A trial date has been set for Charlie Tan, who is being held on three federal weapons charges connected to his father’s murder. The trial will be on June 25, 2018. Tan has been in custody since his arrest at the Canadian border in September.

A trial date has been set for Charlie Tan, who is being held on three federal weapons charges connected to his father’s murder.

The trial will be on June 25, 2018.

Tan has been in custody since his arrest at the Canadian border in September. He is charged with receiving a firearm and ammunition with intent to commit an offense and two counts of false statement during a firearm purchase.

He pleaded not guilty to the charges in September.

Tan was accused of shooting and killing Jim Tan inside their Pittsford home in February 2015. But after a mistrial, the murder charge was abruptly dismissed by the judge.

The district attorney's office pursued an appeal, but an appellate court ruled Tan could not face a retrial on murder charges.