There is another delay in the case of a man charged in a deadly crash that killed a World War II veteran in August.

Victor Thompson's preliminary hearing on charges including open murder was adjourned on Tuesday, Oct. 3. He has a new lawyer who asked the judge for more time to review police reports.

Police say Thompson crashed his a car into an SUV on Broadway Avenue near Huizenga in Norton Shores while trying to speed away from a traffic stop. The driver of that vehicle, 92-year-old Duane Quigg, died and his passenger was seriously hurt.

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Thompson's hearing was postponed in back in September to allow his new attorneys to get up to speed.

Thompson's hearing has been rescheduled for Oct. 17.

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