A Stover man accused of first-degree murder after, allegedly, staging a home invasion could stand trial after the charges against him are bound over to the circuit level. Thomas Capps appeared Thursday in a Morgan County courtroom for a preliminary hearing which featured the prosecution offering up its evidence while the defense presented no counter-evidence but did object to the case being bound over. That objection was overruled sending the case to the circuit level where Capps is set to be arraigned, again, on January 13th. Capps, who’s also charged with armed criminal action, is accused of killing Ronald Salmons, Junior, in the incident which happened at a residence along Dorsey Lane. Capps has been held in the Morgan County Jail on a $250-thousand since his arrest in late November.