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Osage Man Accused of 2021 Murder Gets Evidence Suppression Hearing

An Osage man charged with murdering a north Iowa woman over two years ago has been granted a hearing on his motion to suppress evidence gathered against him.

24-year-old Nathan Gilmore is accused of killing 29-year-old Angela Bradbury, a Cerro Gordo County woman last seen alive on April 6, 2021. Gilmore has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder, a Class A felony. In March, his request for a change in venue was approved and his trial was moved to Bremer County District Court and is currently scheduled to begin August 7th. 

Thursday (05.11), the defense filed a motion seeking to suppress all physical evidence from and statements of  Gilmore as being obtained in violation of his protected rights. The motion cites a variety of reasons as a basis for suppression including the way statements were obtained from Gilmore and technology used to gather evidence in the case against him.

Friday (05.12), a judge set a hearing on Gilmore’s suppression motion for June 6th in Mitchell County District Court.

Gilmore remains in the Mitchell County Jail in Osage and is being held on a $1 million bond.


Mark Pitz

News Director/Weekdays 10am to 2pm on 95.9 KCHA
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