A court date of February 15, at 9am, has been set for Shelby Moore and Brandon Harber, who are both charged with the first-degree felony murder of Trey Noah as well as tampering with physical evidence, a second-degree felony.
A continuance had been previously filed, the District Clerk’s office reported, and the two are scheduled to return to court on that Tuesday. The trial will most likely be postponed as other cases take precedence and, according to Assistant District Attorney Steven Wadsworth, a trial will probably not take place until later in the year.
According to the District Clerk’s office, Harber has been released on $300,000 surety bond under nine conditions, including the conditions that he is not allowed to have contact with Noah’s family or Moore’s family, own or possess any firearm, or reside in a residence where firearms are present. Harber is instructed to remain in his residence between the hours of 10pm and 6am every night, and cannot leave the boundaries of Comal, Blanco, Burnet, Gillespie, Hays, Llano, Kendall, and Travis counties. The court provided a list of locations which Harber must stay 500 feet from, which includes Blanco High School. Harber must also report weekly to the probation office in Gillespie County and pay $40 each month to the same department. Moore is still being held.
In June 2010, Shelby Moore, 19, was arrested at the Gillespie County Sheriff’s Office in Fredericksburg. Early in the following morning, on June 11, Brandon Harber, also 19, was arrested at his home in Blanco.
According to Gillespie Sheriff Buddy Mills, the two were charged with the murder of Trey Noah. Noah, a 2007 graduate of Blanco High School who lived in Kendalia, was found dead in April 2010 in eastern Gillespie County.