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Lindke’s trial has been moved to October 25

Kevin Lindke’s trial for allegedly assaulting two men at a district meeting has been moved to October 25.

Lindke was due to appear in court on Wednesday, but the trial was moved to October at his request, citing a recent personal injury.

Lindke was charged with aggravated assault, assault and disorderly conduct, all felonies.

The charge stems from a June 1 incident in which he allegedly pushed two men to the ground. Lindke has said he was reacting after developer Rob Drewek, who was at the St. Clair County Board meeting to apply for a loan extension, allegedly knocked Lindke’s mobile devices out of his hand.

Lindke has said he plans to represent himself at the trial, which is expected to take a day.

Contact Johnathan Hogan at [email protected].

This article originally appeared in the Port Huron Times Herald: Lindke’s trial has been moved to October 25

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