Man waives right to a preliminary hearing in Jaray Wilson case
CUSTER COUNTY — Caleb McLemore, who is accused of accessory after the fact in JaRay Wilson murder, waived his right to a preliminary hearing today. He is accused of driving two suspects to bury Wilson's body the day after her murder. JaRay Wilson disappeared in October of 2012. Investigators found her body in a shallow grave last December. Shortly after her body was found, prosecutors arrested Tucker McGee. According to an affidavit filed in Custer County last December, McLemore admitted to investigators that he and another person drove McGee to the burial location on October 15, 2012 so that McGee could bury Jaray's body. Authorities say McLemore also encouraged McGee to hide the gun used in Wilson's murder and lied to officials.
The medical examiner's report indicates Wilson was shot twice in the head.
McLemore's formal arraignment is scheduled for September 22, 2014 at 1:30 p.m.