Prosecutor will not seek capital punishment in Capone and Stone case

Prosecutor will not seek capital punishment in Capone and Stone case »Play Video
Moscow men face charges in connection with Rachael Anderson disappearance.
COLFAX, WA - The Latah County prosecutor will not seek the death penalty in the state's case against Charles Capone and David Stone who are both charged with the murder of a Clarkston woman.

The two Moscow men were arrested in May in connection with the 2010 disappearance of Rachael Anderson. Both are charged with first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder.

Prosecutor Bill Thompson recently filed a notice with the court indicating his intent to avoid seeking capital punishment in this case. Capone and Stone's preliminary hearing is scheduled for July 30th.