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FERNLEY, Nev. (AP) — A rural Nevada judge won’t decide until a hearing in September whether to proceed to trial in Lyon County on all the charges facing a man accused of kidnapping and killing a Fernley teenager in March. Public defenders for Troy Driver filed a motion last week to dismiss the first-degree murder charge in justice court in Fernley. They argue he can’t be tried on that charge in Lyon County because 18-year-old Naomi Irion was killed in neighboring Churchill County. Lyon County District Attorney Stephen Rye told Justice of the Peace Lori Matheus on Tuesday he disagrees. She set a Sept. 12 hearing to hear arguments at a preliminary hearing.