Samuel E. Sallee, the man charged with killing four people in Waynesville in May, will meet with his court-appointed attorney for the first time today before his June 24 trial.
On Tuesday morning, Sallee, 56, made his first appearance in Bartholomew Circuit Court in connection with the quadruple murder charges. He is being held in the Bartholomew County Jail without bond.
Dressed in an orange jailhouse jumpsuit and wearing a pair of handcuffs around his wrists, the wire-thin Sallee sat on a stool in a plexiglass chamber at the jail and heard the murder charges read to him by Judge Stephen Heimann via closed-circuit TV.
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