STROUDSBURG, Pa. – Nearly 9 years since a Lehigh County girl went lacking, her accused killer is lastly set to face trial.
Trial is scheduled to begin Wednesday in Monroe County for Michael Horvath within the kidnapping and dying of Holly Grim.
Grim, 41, went lacking from her Decrease Macungie Township house per week earlier than Thanksgiving in 2013. Three years later, Horvath was arrested for allegedly stalking, torturing and killing her. A few of her stays had been discovered at his Monroe County house, authorities say.
Horvath and Grim had been co-workers at Allen Organ. Police say Horvath hid in a shed on her Decrease Macungie property again in November 2013 ready for the suitable second to kidnap her. He then took her to his house in Ross Township, the place he tortured her after which shot and killed her, authorities allege.
He was charged with murder in Monroe County and kidnapping in Lehigh County, however will face all counts at his trial in Stroudsburg.
His trial has been delayed a number of occasions, together with for a change of attorneys in 2020.