Another tense courtroom proceeding for Jeffrey Salone Jr., charged with the murder of Jawaun Brumfield as the trial date of April 1 is set. In addition to the hearing, Salone's girlfriend Brianna Johnson, who was attending the proceeding, was issued a subpoena to testify during the trial.

CANANDAIGUA — If the trial goes as the previous courtroom proceedings for Jeffrey Salone Jr. — charged with second-degree murder, second-degree manslaughter and tampering with physical evidence in the death of Jawuan Brumfield — it’s going to be intense.

Salone’s attorney, Chris Rodeman, filed an omnibus motion for dismissal citing that even after the second time that a grand jury indicted his client there are issues, among them an unsecured crime scene. Ontario County Judge Brian Dennis reserved his ruling for a motion for dismissal and set a trial date of April 1.

Salone alleges that Brumfield broke into his Geneva apartment intending to rob him and that during a fight Brumfeld hit his head on a table and died, Police and prosecution offer a completely different story.

“The victim was thrown into a home and left for dead,” said Ontario County First Assistant District Attorney Jason MacBride.

MacBride further says Salone's family was called to the scene before the police and the crime scene was altered to support their story.

Rodeman requested a new Huntley and Sandoval evidentiary hearing, a request denied by Dennis, who said they would work off of the evidentiary hearing held for the initial indictment.

Rodeman argued that the evidence collected is tainted because police did not secure the crime scene.

During the courtroom proceeding, MacBride issued a subpoena to Salone's girl-friend, Brianna Jordan, who was present at the fight. Friends and family of Brumfield and Salone have been present for the numerous court proceedings, requiring additional courtroom security.

Salone is currently being held in the Ontario County Jail on no bail, for a parole violation.