The 20-year-old suspect in the Halloween Shooting was expected in court Friday for a probation violation hearing in another case, but that has now been continued two weeks at the request of the defense.
Isaac Devante Beltran has been on community corrections for a drug conviction which goes back to December of 2010 and when a hearing on the motion to revoke his corrections is heard, it will occurr in front of District Judge Tim Chambers.
Beltran is also facing charges of 2nd degree intentional murder and criminal possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He was arrested as a result of the shooting death of 26-year-old Dustin Brooks in the alley behind the home where Beltran lived 203 North Cleveland.
Brooks suffered a gunshot wound to the torso and died after emergency surgery failed at Hutchinson Regional Medical Center.
Beltran’s murder case is scheduled on the waiver-status docket for December 4. He remains jailed with a bond of 150-thousand dollars.