Missing Virginia teen found dead, bank-robber stepdad arrested 12/14/2015 5:20 pm PST Comments UPDATE February 25, 2021: Wesley Hadsell's trial was moved to Jan. 19, 2022, the Tidewater News reports, following several continuances. Wesley Hadsell’s first trial, held in February 2020, ended in a mistrial. His next trial was scheduled to begin in March 2021, WAVY-TV reports Prosecutors had asked for the 2020 mistrial, WVEC-TV reports. The judge said the mistrial was declared because the defense and prosecuting attorneys could not agree on what evidence the jury would be allowed to hear. MORE: Hadsell trial moved again — to next year, 2/25/21 - Tidewater NewsWesley Hadsell back in court ahead of upcoming murder trial in Southampton County, 12/14/20 - WAVY-TVMistrial declared in Wesley Hadsell murder case, 2/26/20 - WVEC-TV December 14, 2015: She was a bubbly teen from Norfolk, Virigina -- her friends called her "AJ." But when AJ disappeared, it set off a massive investigation that would lead to arrests, accusations and an unforgettable jailhouse interview. In court documents, police believed AJ's adoptive father abducted the 18-year-old, and in the days after her disappearance they tracked his bizarre behavior. #Murder #Virginia Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.