Crime & Courts

June 4, 2013 3:54 PM

Murder trial stalled by dispute over detectives’ comments

A jury that was set to hear the second-degree murder trial of a man charged with the June 2, 2012, shooting death of Jolie Crosby was sent home early Tuesday after lawyers couldn’t agree whether detectives were serious when they told the suspect the shooting appeared to be an accident.

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