Gillilan, 31, of Coshocton County, is among three defendants charged with murder in the fatal shooting of Kinser.
Those three defendants – combined - face more than 60 counts, according to the indictments.
Authorities said they tied Gillilan to the shooting with DNA evidence. His trial had been set for April 13, but is now scheduled for May 4, according to court records.
Skelton’s ruling came after a request by defense attorney Marshall G. Lachman, who said his defendant is indigent.
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Gillilan faces 20 charges, including six murder counts, four felonious assault charges, four robbery, two aggravated burglary and other counts, court records show.
Also facing murder charges in Kinser’s death is Jason B. Churchill, 32, of Moraine, and Daniel Matthew Simone, 29, of Englewood.
A fourth defendant, Dante English, 38, of Cincinnati, was indicted on arson, tampering with evidence, possession of criminal tools and insurance fraud in connection to the case.
Not guilty pleas have been entered for all four defendants.
Simone’s trial is also set for May 4, and Churchill’s case has been continued until March 23, court records show. The trial date for English is May 18.
Kinser was fatally shot in his Miamisburg apartment on North First Street, about a block from the police department, in what was the city’s first homicide since 2011, police said.
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