An Aug. 4 trial date was set for two of the defendants in the Wild Quail robbery during a May 29 Superior Court case review.


    An Aug. 4 trial date was set for two of the defendants in the Wild Quail robbery during a May 29 Superior Court case review.

    HyunJin Kim and Timothy Longstreth appeared in court and additionally were charged with 10 counts of possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, said Jason Miller, public information officer for the Department of Justice.
 
   The latest charge is added to a list that includes 11 counts of first-degree robbery, wearing a disguise during the commission of a felony, second-degree conspiracy and two counts of offensive touching.
 
   “Typically a trial is set after the first case review,” Miller said.

    Also appearing in court May 29 for case review was robbery suspect Akua Powell but Miller said there were no developments in his case. The sixth and final suspect in the case, Manuel Gonzalez, was arrested May 1 and has a case review set for June 10, he said. 
 
   Former Delaware State Trooper Kim was the first arrested and charged in connection with the robbery in which three armed men barged in on a weekly poker game in the county club locker room and proceeded to bind the hands and cover with pillowcases the heads of the 12 players. The men left with approximately $10,000 in cash, credit cards and car keys.
  
  Kim was one of the players bound during the robbery, but through investigation police connected him to the hold-up. An enhanced surveillance photo placed Kim and Longstreth at the Camden Wal-Mart when the pillowcases were bought. Police later found car keys belonging to some of the victims in a burn pit on Kim’s property and the pillowcases’ receipt in his car.
 
   Further investigation connected police to Kim’s former college and military buddy, Jeffrey Powell, and his brothers Addae and Akua, who all were arrested March 21 in Philadelphia.
 
   Akua waived his extradition hearing to face charges in Delaware while his two brothers are being held in Pennsylvania pending an extradition hearing.

    Longstreth, a childhood friend of Kim’s, turned himself over to Delaware State Police March 24 to face charges, and his acquaintance, Gonzalez, was arrested May 1 in New Jersey and likewise committed in Delaware.