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- The next court date is Jan. 20 to set a date for a preliminary hearing, according to a spokesman for the L.A. County district attorney.
- Anthony Duwayne Turner was arrested Aug. 5 and charged with felony murder and first-degree residential burglary in his former girlfriend’s death.
- He was released on bail Aug. 13.
Another court date has been set for Anthony Duwayne Turner, the former colleague and ex-boyfriend of slain Bank of America executive Michelle Avan.
“The next court date is Jan. 20 to set a date for a preliminary hearing,” Ricardo Santiago, a spokesman for Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón, told ThinkAdvisor on Wednesday.
The hearing will be at 8:30 a.m. at Los Angeles Superior Court in Van Nuys, California, according to the court’s website.
The new date was set during a preliminary hearing setting conference at the court on Wednesday.
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Santiago didn’t say if Anthony Duwayne Turner, the BofA broker who recently pleaded not guilty to murdering the head of BofA’s global women’s and underrepresented talent strategy, appeared at the hearing on Wednesday.
Avan served as a managing director at Merrill for 22 years before being promoted in June to head of BofA’s global women’s and underrepresented talent strategy, according to her LinkedIn profile.
Turner, 52, of Westchester, California, was arrested Aug. 5 and released Aug. 13 after posting $2 million in bail, the Los Angeles Police Department and a spokesperson for Gascón had told ThinkAdvisor.
Turner was charged with felony murder and first-degree residential burglary in his former girlfriend’s death, according to Gascón’s spokesperson.