Adams County prosecutors announce the dismissal of obstruction of justice charges against a Quincy couple.

State’s Attorney Jon Barnard announced Friday he was asking for “Dismissal Without Prejudice” in the cases of 40-year-old Stefan Crider, Jr. and his 39-year-old wife Julia. That gives prosecutors the option of refiling charges at a future date.

The Crider’s were charged in connection with the shooting death of 12-year-old Rayshone Humphrey, Jr. last March.

Stefan Jr’s. son, Steson Crider, faces first-degree murder charges in the case.

Meanwhile, the Crider’s son, Stefan Crider III, still faces five counts of obstruction of justice. He has a bond reduction hearing set for August 14th.