Clinger Preliminary Hearing Rescheduled

BROOKVILLE – The preliminary hearing for Jason Robert Clinger, accused of a double homicide, has been rescheduled to Jan. 25. His case is set to be heard by Magisterial District Judge Richard Beck.

Clinger was arrested for the deaths of Davon Jones, 22, and Dianikqua Johnson, 21, whose bodies were found by a hunter near along Moore Road in Pine Creek Township in Jefferson County.

The affidavit of probable cause points out that planned to kill Jones “and other black people” by shooting them in the head. He stated that no one would know because the intended victims were from out of state. To read that GantDaily story, click here.

The GantDaily News Team also discovered that Clinger had a prior record in Clearfield County, where he pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia and recklessly endangering another person. In one case, Clinger was originally charged with two counts of aggravated assault. To read that story on GantDaily, click here.

Clinger’s preliminary hearing was originally scheduled for Dec. 5.

Keep reading GantDaily for more information on this case as it becomes available.

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