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Andrew Cato murder suspects' bond hearing rescheduled

The bond hearing for the two murder suspects in the case of Andrew Cato's death were in Richmond County Courthouse Friday. Cato went missing May 5th and was found weeks later. (Source: WFXG) The bond hearing for the two murder suspects in the case of Andrew Cato's death were in Richmond County Courthouse Friday. Cato went missing May 5th and was found weeks later. (Source: WFXG)
RICHMOND COUNTY, GA (WFXG) -

The bond hearing for the two murder suspects in the case of Andrew Cato's death were in Richmond County Courthouse Friday. Cato went missing May 5th and was found weeks later. 

Blaeke Wolfe and Devin Stringfield are both being charged with murder, but their bond hearing was continued and will be rescheduled. 
Wolfe is pending an attorney and Stringfield's attorney was out of town. Cato's family was there to see the two suspects go before the judge. 

His sister, Alaina Cato, says it was hard seeing them in court. "I know that they were the last people to see my brother and they were the last people that he saw and they were full of hate when they saw him last...but, I know that they're going to get what they deserve."

We will update you with the latest on this bond hearing as we get the information. 

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