Andrew S. Wilson, Waldemar Rivera and John Joseph Schenone are among men charged with felonies whose pretrials have been continued to sessions next month. (Photos by Jonathan Simmons.)

Pretrials in three rape cases, two molestation cases and an animal cruelty case continued to future session

The six cases were among a batch of pretrials heard by Circuit Judge David Walsh Oct. 6.
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Oct. 6, 2015

Circuit Judge David Walsh heard a number of felony pretrial cases Oct. 6, continuing many — including five cases involving sex crimes and one animal cruelty case involving the shooting of a puppy — to future hearings, many on Nov. 3.

Among the defendants whose pretrials were heard Oct. 6 were: Kevin McClenithan, charged in the May 1, 2014 shooting death of his neighbor's Labrador puppy; Brandon Moon, charged with the rape of a female relative when Moon was 19 and the girl was 13 or 14; William Kitts, charged with raping an underage girl after she passed out at a house party; Waldemar Rivera, charged with raping a 13-year-old girl who was under his care; John Joseph Schenone, charged with molesting his girlfriend's 11-year-old daughter; and Andrew S. Wilson, charged with molesting a girl when she was between the ages of 9 and 12. Each of those cases was continued to a later date.