Former CHP Dispatcher, Hells Angels Husband Make First Court Appearance
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YOLO COUNTY (CBS13) — A former California Highway Patrol dispatcher who allegedly helped her Hells Angels husband commit crimes faced a judge in court on Monday.
Defense attorneys for Sarah Killough and her husband Dennis Killough argued they have yet to see any real evidence to keep the couple behind bars.
The couple is facing a laundry list of federal charges from gun running to drug offenses.
Investigators say Dennis Killough sold undercover agents stolen military equipment, weapons and drugs.
Sarah Killough is accused of warning her husband and other Hell’s Angels members about the federal investigation.
Lisa Lance, Sarah Killough’s defense attorney, says there hasn’t been any evidence presented to show the couple should remain behind bars, except for an investigative interview with the husband.
“We didn’t have discovery that should have been provided by the prosecution,” Lance said.
The prosecution declined to speak on camera, but stated in court it has overwhelming evidence, which it will provide to the defense soon.
Until then, the preliminary hearing for the couple will be continued until Jan. 14. The couple is still being held without bail at the Yolo County Jail.