Attorney Eric Nemecek accompanied a client to their arraignment this week to enter a not-guilty plea on his behalf. William H. Mareda is suspected to have been involved in a Parma home invasion earlier this month.
According to Cleveland.com, Mareda and Kyle A. Vokac (both of Cuyahoga Heights) are accused of forcing their way into a Maplewood Drive on April 6. Investigators believe that the two men robbed two occupants at gunpoint and discharged a weapon twice through a window as they left the property.
Mareda stands accused of multiple offenses for the alleged offense. These include six counts of aggravated robbery, two counts of kidnapping and felonious assault, one count of aggravated theft and criminal damaging, and a weapons charge.
Out on Bond, Trial Pending
Currently, both Mareda and Vokac are out on bond, $75,000 and $25,000, respectively. Judge Hollie Gallagher ordered Mareda to have no contact with the alleged victims until his trial, which has been scheduled for May 9.
Attorney Nemecek and the rest of Friedman Nemecek & Long, L.L.C., L.L.C. team are currently preparing Mr. Mareda's defense. We're certain that their diligent and insightful work will ensure that our client's voice will be heard in this case.
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