Hearing postponed for Cambria man accused of killing half brother

ppemberton@thetribunenews.comMay 23, 2013 

Brandon Noble Henslee

A Cambria man charged with murder in the death of his half brother appeared in court for an arraignment Wednesday, but he did not enter a plea. Instead, his hearing was postponed until June 5.

After receiving treatment, Brandon Henslee, 23, was declared mentally competent to stand trial earlier this month.

He is charged with killing Tyler Hanks, 20, whose body was found under a tree in August roughly a half-mile from the home he shared with Henslee, their mother and her husband.

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