Plea Agreement Reached For Man Who Claimed To Be Missing Aurora Child, Timmothy PitzenA federal court filing shows that a plea agreement has been reached in the case of a 24-year-old Ohio man who claimed to be a missing Illinois child.
Man Arrested After Claiming To Be Missing Aurora Child, Timmothy Pitzen, Due In CourtA federal judge will hear next week whether a plea deal has been reached in the case of a 24-year-old man authorities say claimed to be a long-missing child.
Brian Michael Rini Ruled Fit To Stand Trial For Impersonating Missing Aurora Boy Timmothy PitzenA June trial was postponed after questions were raised about his competence. Rini has pleaded not guilty .
Trial On Hold For Brian Rini, Charged With Impersonating Missing Aurora Boy Timmothy PitzenThe case of a 24-year-old Ohio man charged with impersonating a long-missing child is on hold in federal court.
Pretrial Hearing Canceled For Brian Rini, Ohio Man Charged With Impersonating Missing Boy Timmothy PitzenU.S. District Judge Michael Barrett on May 20 granted a sealed motion filed by Rini's attorney. Barrett had earlier set a June 24 trial date, but that appears likely to be postponed.
Brian Michael Rini Facing New Charges For Timmothy Pitzen Hoax; Man Claimed To Be Missing Aurora BoyBrian Michael Rini, the Ohio man accused of pretending to be Timmothy Pitzen, an Aurora boy who has been missing for eight years, has been indicted on new federal charges.
Brian Michael Rini Ordered Held Without Bail, Accused Of Lying To FBI In Timmothy Pitzen HoaxBrian Michael Rini, the Ohio man accused of making up a story that he was Timmothy Pitzen, an Aurora boy who has been missing for eight years, was ordered held without bail pending trial on federal charges.
Man Claiming To Be Missing Child Timmothy Pitzen Due In Court A 23-year-old man faces a U.S. magistrate Tuesday on a charge that he lied to federal agents about being a missing child from Illinois.
Brian Michael Rini: Fast Facts On The Man Who Claimed To Be Timmothy PitzenA person found in Kentucky on Wednesday is not Timmothy Pitzen, the Aurora boy who disappeared nearly eight years ago, the FBI said Thursday. Here are fast facts about Brian Michael Rini, the person who claimed to be Timothy Pitzen.