In more local news... a Jacksonville man returned to Federal Court this afternoon... to be sentenced for defrauding a local business of more than 900- thousand dollars. 37-year-old David Dinsbeer pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire fraud. According to the indictment, he teamed up with a Hickory Foods employee... to set up a fake supplying company, and receive payments for items never delivered. Channel 4's Heather Leigh is joining us now live from the Federal Courthouse... Heather, what did the judge decide for a sentence? 3 3 3 We're still waiting to find out. The judge told the court he wanted to take the night...to really think about what's in front of him... and make the right decision... 3 According to the indictment issued in March of this year, David Dinsbeer conspired with a hickory foods executive, RH to pull the whole thing off. Sources tell us that RH is Richard Hollis.The investigation says Dinsbeer used phony supplier companies, which he controlled, to bill Hickory Foods for items and supplies never delivered. It says Dinsbeer would deposit those checks, and use the money to pay off Hollins and personal expenses.In September of 2012, Hollis was found murdered-- shot and killed while changing a tire alongside I95 in Glynn County...that murder still remains unsolved.In court today, the judge only asked about Hollis's death once, and the prosecutor acknowledged RH was indeed murdered in Glynn County in September 2012. After that, the Prosecutor gave his argument that the complex nature of the conspiracy calls for a longer prison sentence for Dinsbeer. The judge agreed that because of how Dinsbeer went about concealing his efforts to commit fraud, he could face additional prison time...but when it came down to the sentencing, and how much time behind bars Dinsbeer will get ... the Judge couldn't decide...Prosecutors told the judge quote, "This is something that is damaging to a business. It's nearly a million dollars. I think the punishment should reflect that." In response, Dinsbeer's defense says quote, " I don't think he's likely to better himself in prison" after a long period of silence... the judge finally had this to say about the sentencing process, quote, "It's the one thing I do that I can't go back and change my mind. I've learned not to speak until I'm ready. I know everybody wants to get the answer. I can assure you it's with deliberation in mind." 3 The judge says he plans on sentencing tomorrow at 11:30... We're live tonight HL, Ch 4 TLS.