SPOKANE, Wash.--Accused killer Tony Callihan was back in court Wednesday. He has been representing himself and now wants more money for his private investigator.
Callihan said he has already blown through the $2,500 awarded to him for a private investigator and wants more money to keep the private investigator working.
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His motion for more money will be continued. The judge will debate until next week to appoint Callihan a stand by counsel to help with the matter.
“Do not send this investigator out to run errands for you. I may have to deny payment for that,” the judge said to Callihan.
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Detectives said Callihan, 38, strangled his girlfriend Michelle Koenen in December of 2012 near 2300 W. Broadway.