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Hayden, of Greenwell Springs, has pleaded not guilty to all charges. In addition to the 14-year-old rape victim, Hayden has been accused by his daughter, fellow former “Sons of Guns” star Stephanie Hayden-Ford, of molesting her when she was a child.State District Judge Mike Erwin recently postponed the East Baton Rouge Parish trial at the request of Hayden’s attorney, Bo Rougeou, who cited a scheduling conflict. Also, both sides are working out the logistics of having a 14-year-old prosecution witness, an alleged rape victim, testify outside the presence of the jury via closed-circuit television. Hayden-Ford and her husband face their own child abuse charges for how they disciplined Hayden-Ford’s child from a previous relationship.Reality television personality Will Hayden, formerly the star of Discovery’s “Sons of Guns” before being arrested and charged with multiple counts of rape of minors in his own family, was expected to begin trial this week in East Baton Rouge Parish, but a district court judge has postponed the trial until December.The rape trial in Baton Rouge of former “Sons of Guns” reality TV personality and ex-Red Jacket Firearms owner Will Hayden has been pushed back to December.Hummel later asked to call the girl’s mother and an officer overheard him tell the woman: “I shot her, I’m so sorry,” according to the affidavit.Hummel also told the girl’s mother that the gun went off as he was showing the boys the gun.“This event has impacted each and every officer and civilian staff member at the police department,” Gonzales said.
A candlelight vigil in the girl’s memory is scheduled for 7 p.m. Gonzales said there’s no indication that Hummel was intoxicated at the time of the shooting and police do not expect anyone else to be charged in the girl’s death.Dallas graduated from the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School; and between 1946 and the end of 1947, he served 18 months in the United States Army.While stationed in postwar Japan, he developed and refined a magic act during his off-duty hours.The girl died less than 30 minutes later, the Chicago Tribune reports.Hobart Police Chief Richard Zormier said the girl’s shooting death was “not just another accidental discharge” of a firearm, characterizing the father’s actions as heinous and depraved.