Upcoming Cases


This page lists some upcoming cases. When possible, the hearing type is provided. This information is not guaranteed to be up-to-date. When in doubt, call the Clerk’s office for the relevant court. Please note that information can, and often does, change at the last minute.

All people on this list are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Arrests, charges, and indictments are not considered evidence of wrongdoing. All defendants presented herein have a right to due process. The public also has a right to learning the disposition of their cases.

This Week

USA v Climo, Conor (US District Court (Nevada) — 2:19-cr-00232-JCM-NJK)
Awaiting Sentencing
25-September-2020 (Sentencing)
Conor Climo allegedly was planning attacks against gay and Jewish people in Las Vegas. He was arrested after a confidential human source turned the FBI onto him and was charged with possessing explosives and firearms illegally.
Conor Climo
a.k.a.
B1488
Sir88
Suspected affiliations:
Traditionalist Worker's Party
Atomwaffen Division
Feuerkrieg Division
Bowl Patrol
Vanguard America
Possession of an unregistered firearm
26 U.S.C. § 5841, 5861(d), and 5871 (United States Code)
Convicted (Plea) Up to 10 years

Next Week

State of Florida v Shutt, William (Pinellas County (FL) Court — 19-04019-CF)
Awaiting Indictment
01-October-2020 (Pre-trial)
William Shutt is an Army veteran who allegedy shot two men in a vehicle in St. Petersburg, FL, killing Quentin Hicks, a Black man. During his bond hearing, a detective testified that he had evidence of connections to the "alt-right," and that his phone contained video of the Christchurch, NZ shooting.
William John Shutt
a.k.a.
William Shutt
Murder in the second degree with a firearm
782.04(2), 775.087(1) and 775.087(2) (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Potentially Life
Attempted murder in the second degree with a firearm
782.04(2), 777.04 and 775.087(1) (Florida Penal Code)
Charged Up to 30 years
Commonwealth v. Bush, Gregory A (Jefferson County (KY) Circuit Court — 18-CR-003222)
Awaiting Trial
29-September-2020 (Pretrial Conference)
Gregory Bush is accused of killing two Black people and injuring several more in a Louisville supermarket in October of 2018. When confronted by an armed bystander, he allegedly remarked, "whites don't kill whites."
Gregory Alan Bush
a.k.a.
Gregory Bush
Murder (2 counts)
507.020 (Kentucky Penal Code)
Indicted Potentially Death
Attempted Murder
507.020 and 506.010 (Kentucky Penal Code)
Indicted 10 years to 20 years
Wanton Endangerment (2 counts)
508.060 (Kentucky Penal Code)
Indicted 1 year to 5 years
USA v Nucera Jr., Frank (US District Court (New Jersey) — 1:17-cr-00532-RBK)
Awaiting Re-trial
29-September-2020 (Sentencing)
Frank Nucera, Jr. was a police chief in New Jersey who was recorded by several fellow officers who expressed concern over his racial animus. He is facing Federal hate crime charges for allgedly assaulting a Black detainee. He was found guilty by a federal jury for lying to FBI agents, but the jury deadllocked on the remaining counts and he is to be retried.
Frank Nucera, Jr.
Suspected affiliations:
Bordentown Township Police Department
Hate crime
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted (Mistrial) Up to 10 years
Deprivation of rights under color of law
18 U.S.C. § 242 (United States Code)
Indicted (Mistrial) Up to 10 years
False statements
18 U.S.C. § 1001(a)(2) (United States Code)
Convicted (Jury) Up to 5 years

Next Month

USA v Baun, Michael (US District Court (Middle FL) — 8:18-cr-00488-WFJ-CPT)
Awaiting Sentencing
30-October-2020 (Sentencing)
Michael Baun is one of 39 alleged Aryan Brotherhood members indicted in Operation Blackjack, a three-year FBI sting operation to break up a white supremacist gang.
Michael Baun
Suspected affiliations:
United Aryan Brotherhood
Unforgiven
Possessing a firearm as a convicted felon
18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(1) and 924(a)(2) (United States Code)
Indicted (Plea Pending) Up to 10 years
USA v Matthews, Holden James (US District Court (Western Louisiana) — 6:19-cr-00183-RRS-CBW)
Awaiting Sentencing
16-October-2020 (Sentencing)
Holden Matthews allegedly set fire to three predominantly Black churches in Louisiana. He is facing federal hate crime charges in addition to state arson charges.
Holden James Matthews
a.k.a.
Holden Matthews
Intentional damage to religious property
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(1) and (d)(3) (United States Code)
Indicted (Plea Pending (conviction)) Up to 20 years
Using fire to commit a felony
18 U.S.C. § 844(h)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted (Plea Pending (conviction)) Minimum 10 years
Intentional damage to religious property
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(1) and (d)(3) (United States Code)
Indicted (Plea Pending (conviction)) Up to 20 years
Using fire to commit a felony
18 U.S.C. § 844(h)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted (Plea Pending (dismissal)) Minimum 10 years
Intentional damage to religious property
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(1) and (d)(3) (United States Code)
Indicted (Plea Pending (conviction)) Up to 20 years
Using fire to commit a felony
18 U.S.C. § 844(h)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted (Plea Pending (dismissal)) Minimum 10 years
USA v Bush, Gregory A (US District Court (Western KY) — 3:18-cr-00188-CHB-RSE)
Awaiting Trial
15-October-2020 (Status Conference)
Gregory Bush is accused of killing two Black people and injuring several more in a Louisville supermarket in October of 2018. When confronted by an armed bystander, he allegedly remarked, "whites don't kill whites."
Gregory Alan Bush
a.k.a.
Gregory Bush
Hate Crime Act Resulting in Death (2 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(1)(B) (United States Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
Use and discharge of a firearm to commit murder during and in relation to a crime of violence (2 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 924(c)(1)(A), (c)(1)(C), and (j)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted 25 years to Death
Hate Crime Act with Attempt to Kill
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(1)(B) (United States Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
Use and discharge of a firearm to commit murder during and in relation to a crime of violence
18 U.S.C. § 924(c)(1)(A), (c)(1)(C) (United States Code)
Indicted 10 years to Life
State of Oregon v Mackenzie William Lewis (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 19CR53040)
Awaiting Trial
23-October-2020 (Call)
Mackenzie Lewis was indicted on Riot charges after he and his group allegedly instigated violence at the Cider Riot incident on May Day 2019 in Portland, OR.
Mackenzie William Lewis
a.k.a.
Mackenzie Lewis
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Prayer
Riot
166.015 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
State of Oregon v Ian Alexander Kramer (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 19CR50007)
Awaiting Trial
23-October-2020 (Call)
Ian Kramer was arrested after he was allegedly captured on video hitting a woman with a baton at the Cider Riot incident on May Day 2019 in Portland.
Ian Alexander Kramer
a.k.a.
Ian Kramer
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Prayer
Assault in the second degree
163.175 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 10 years
Unlawful use of a weapon (2 counts)
166.220 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
Attempt to commit a class B felony
161.405(2)(c) (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
Use of ESG/tear gas/mace
163.212 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 1 year
Disorderly conduct in the second degree
166.025 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 6 months
State of Oregon v Ian Alexander Kramer (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 19CR54815)
Awaiting Trial
23-October-2020 (Call)
Ian Kramer was arrested after he was allegedly captured on video hitting a woman with a baton at the Cider Riot incident on May Day 2019 in Portland.
Ian Alexander Kramer
a.k.a.
Ian Kramer
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Prayer
Riot
166.015 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
State of Oregon v Joseph Owan Gibson (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 19CR53042)
Open
23-October-2020 (Call)
Joey Gibson is a former US Senate candidate and the leader of the group Patriot Prayer. He was indicted on Riot charges after he and his group allegedly instigated violence at the Cider Riot incident on May Day 2019 in Portland, OR.
Joseph Owan Gibson
a.k.a.
Joey Gibson
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Prayer
Riot
166.015 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
State of Oregon v Russell Earl Schultz III (Multnomah County (OR) Court — 19CR53035)
Awaiting Appearance
23-October-2020 (Call)
Russell Schultz was indicted on Riot charges after he and his group allegedly instigated violence at the Cider Riot incident on May Day 2019 in Portland, OR.
Russell Earl Schultz III
a.k.a.
Russell Schultz
Suspected affiliations:
Patriot Prayer
Riot
166.015 (Oregon State Code)
Indicted Up to 5 years
USA v Holzer, Richard (US District Court (Delaware) — 1:19-cr-00488-RM)
Awaiting Trial
23-October-2020 (Trial Preparation Conference)
Richard Holzer was arrested after an undercover FBI agent made contact with him over Facebook and allegedly helped him access explosives which were, unbeknownst to him, fake. Holzer allegedly had targeted a Colorado synagogue and planned to blow it up, with or without people inside it.
Richard Holzer
Suspected affiliations:
KKK
Attempt to obstruct persons in the enjoyment of their free exercise of religious beliefs, through force and the attempted use of explosives and fire
18 U.S.C. § 247(a)(2) and (d)(3) (United States Code)
Indicted Up to 20 years
Attempt to damage a building used in interstate commerce through the use of fire or destructive device
18 U.S.C. § 844(i) (United States Code)
Indicted 5 years to 20 years
Use of fire and explosive to commit a felony which may be prosecuted by a court of the United States
18 U.S.C. § 844(h)(1) (United States Code)
Indicted Minimum 10 years
State of Texas v Patrick Wood Crusius (US District Court (Western TX) — 3:20-cr-00389-DCG)
Awaiting Trial
07-October-2020 (Docket Call)
Patrick Crusius is accused of committing a mass shooting at an El Paso Walmart where 22 people died. Investigators claim he was targeting Mexicans. He allegedly posted a manifesto online just before the attack. He is also facing a state charge of capital murder.
Patrick Wood Crusius
a.k.a.
Patrick Crusius
Hate crime resulting in death (23 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(2) (Texas Penal Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
Use of a firearm to commit murder during and in relation to a crime of violence (23 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 924(c) and (j)(1) (Texas Penal Code)
Indicted 10 years to Death
Hate crime involving attempt to kill (22 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 249(a)(2) (Texas Penal Code)
Indicted Potentially Life
Use of a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence (22 counts)
18 U.S.C. § 924(c) (Texas Penal Code)
Indicted Minimum 10 years