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Death Penalty Trial Delayed for Kevin Wayne Clayborn in 2018 AR Murder of Misha Rivera
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    Death Penalty Trial Delayed for Kevin Wayne Clayborn in 2018 AR Murder of Misha Rivera




    Man denies guilt in girlfriend's death

    By Tracy Neal
    Arkansas Online

    BENTONVILLE -- A Rogers man pleaded innocent Monday to a capital murder charge in the death of his girlfriend.

    Kevin Wayne Clayborn, 49, is also charged with theft of property. He entered innocent pleas at his arraignment before Circuit Judge Robin Green.

    Clayborn, who is being held without bail in the Benton County jail, is accused of killing Misha Rivera. Rivera, 48, died from head trauma and strangulation, according to a probable cause affidavit.

    Rogers police began investigating after family members found Rivera's body in her home May 5, according to court documents.

    One person told police he read a passage in Rivera's journal about Clayborn having a strange look in his eyes and pushing her, according to the affidavit. Police found the journal in Rivera's home, but one page had been torn from it, according to court documents.

    One of Rivera's vehicles was missing and later found in Van Buren. The theft charge involves Rivera's 2006 Volvo XC9, according to court documents.

    One of Clayborn's former girlfriends told police he came to her home between 1 a.m. and 2 a.m. May 4 and said he needed to go to Oklahoma City to be with his daughter who was going to be placed in a mental hospital, according to the affidavit.

    The woman drove Clayborn to a convenience store near where she believes his former wife lives, according to court documents.

    Members of the Oklahoma City Fugitive Task Force watched for Clayborn at an apartment complex and arrested him.

    Clayborn could face life imprisonment or the death penalty if he's convicted of capital murder. Prosecutors have not said whether they will seek the death penalty. He could be sentenced to three to 10 years in prison on the theft charge.

    Clayborn's next court appearance is scheduled for July 16.

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    Death penalty option in Rogers murder case

    By Tracy Neal
    The Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

    BENTONVILLE -- Prosecutors haven't decided if they'll seek the death penalty against a man accused of killing his live-in girlfriend.

    Kevin Wayne Clayborn, 49, of Rogers is charged with capital murder and theft of property. He pleaded not guilty to the charges.

    He is being held without bond in the Benton County Jail.

    Clayborn is accused of killing Misha Rivera. She died from trauma to her head and strangulation, according to a probable cause affidavit.

    Clayborn appeared in court Thursday. He was represented by the Benton County Public Defenders Office, but his court-appointed attorneys are now Toney Brasuell and Tony Pirani.

    Pirani told Circuit Judge Robin Green the prosecutor's office provided some discovery material to them, but they are waiting for more.

    The judge rescheduled the hearing for 8 a.m. Aug. 20.

    Stuart Cearley, chief deputy prosecutor, told the judge his office hasn't decided if it will seek the death penalty.

    Rogers police began investigating after family members found Rivera's body in her home May 5, according to court documents.

    One person told police he read a passage in Rivera's journal about Clayborn having a strange look in his eyes and pushing her, according to the affidavit. Police found the journal in Rivera's home, but one page had been torn from it, according to court documents.

    The theft charge involves Rivera's 2006 Volvo XC9 that was missing and later found in Van Buren, according to court documents.

    One of Clayborn's former girlfriends told police he came to her home between 1 and 2 a.m. May 4 and said he needed to go to Oklahoma City to be with his daughter who was going to be placed in a mental hospital, according to the affidavit.

    The woman drove Clayborn to a convenience store near where she believes his former wife lives, according to court documents.

    Members of the Oklahoma City Fugitive Task Force watched for Clayborn at an apartment complex and arrested him.

    Clayborn could be sentenced to life imprisonment or the death penalty if he's convicted of capital murder. He could be sentenced to three to 10 years in prison on the theft charge.

    http://www.nwaonline.com/news/2018/j...gers-murder-c/
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    Jury trial scheduled in Rogers murder case

    The Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

    BENTONVILLE -- A judge today set a Feb. 5 jury trial for a Rogers man accused of killing his live-in girlfriend.

    http://www.nwaonline.com/news/2018/a...gers-murder-c/

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    Trial delayed in Rogers murder case

    By TRACY M. NEAL
    The Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

    BENTONVILLE -- The May jury trial was postponed for a Rogers man accused of killing his live-in girlfriend.

    Kevin Wayne Clayborn, 49, is charged with capital murder and theft of property. He previously pleaded not guilty to the charges.

    Clayborn's jury trial was scheduled to begin May 3. His attorneys are seeking additional records, so Benton County Circuit Judge Robin Green this morning granted a request to delay the trial.

    She plans to set another trial date at a hearing scheduled for 8 a.m. March 14.

    Clayborn, who is being held without bond in the Benton County Jail, is accused of killing Misha Rivera. She died from trauma to her head and strangulation, according to a probable cause affidavit. Family members found Rivera's body in her home May 5, according to court documents.

    One person told police during their investigation of the killing he read a passage in Rivera's journal about Clayborn having a strange look in his eyes and pushing her, according to the affidavit. Police found the journal in Rivera's home, but one page had been torn from it, according to court documents.

    The theft charge involves Rivera's 2006 Volvo XC9, which was missing and later found in Van Buren, according to court documents.

    Prosecutors have not decided if they will seek the death penalty.

    The judge today denied a few motions challenging the constitutionally of the death penalty. The motions are routinely filed in death penalty cases.

    Clayborn could be sentenced to life imprisonment or death if he's convicted of capital murder. He could be sentenced to three to 10 years in prison on the theft charge.

    https://www.nwaonline.com/news/2019/...case-20190208/
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