Attorney Marshall Hodgkins, left, talks to Kyle Scarber as Kyle’s wife, Gail, stands between them in a hallway outside a Fresno courtroom in 2013. In the background is Crystal Reynoso, one of the Scarbers’ daughters. The three will face charges that they helped Spencer Scarber flee from a rape case.
Attorney Marshall Hodgkins, left, talks to Kyle Scarber as Kyle’s wife, Gail, stands between them in a hallway outside a Fresno courtroom in 2013. In the background is Crystal Reynoso, one of the Scarbers’ daughters. The three will face charges that they helped Spencer Scarber flee from a rape case. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA/THE FRESNO BEE Fresno Bee Staff Photo
Attorney Marshall Hodgkins, left, talks to Kyle Scarber as Kyle’s wife, Gail, stands between them in a hallway outside a Fresno courtroom in 2013. In the background is Crystal Reynoso, one of the Scarbers’ daughters. The three will face charges that they helped Spencer Scarber flee from a rape case. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA/THE FRESNO BEE Fresno Bee Staff Photo

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