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Trial Set In Fatal Cumberland Co. Bus Garage Shooting Case

75-year-old Warren Nostrom will stand trial Oct. 29 in the shooting deaths of his ex wife and a 54-year-old man in 2018. (Photo: TBI)

75-year-old Warren Nostrom will stand trial Oct. 29 in the shooting deaths of his ex wife and a 54-year-old man in 2018. (Photo: TBI)

A Cumberland County man will stand trial this fall after fatally shooting two people at a bus garage in 2018.

Warren Nostrom faces two counts of first-degree murder following the deaths of his 58-year-old ex-wife, Joy, and 54-year-old Mark Gunter.

The trial will come nearly nine months after a Cumberland County Grand Jury indicted Nostrom on murder charges in January.

The shooting occurred last September when Nostrom drove to the Cumberland County School Bus Garage and opened fire on his ex-wife and Gunter before turning the gun on himself.

Both Joy Nostrom and Gunter were pronounced dead at the scene. Warren Nostrom was airlifted with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

Nostrom’s trial is scheduled for Oct. 29 at the Cumberland County Justice Center with a motion hearing set for Sep. 6. His bond currently sits at $4 million.

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