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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WIAT) — A trial has been set for February 10th with a judge hearing evidence in the murder trial of the fiance of a Huntsville woman who claimed she shot and killed her fiancé, but later retracted her statement.
Troy Johnson-Smith has been charged with murder after police say she shot and killed his fiancee, 25-year-old Kasey Williams. The two were marrCDC 철도청 카지노ied for 15 years in California and they traveled together, but she was not in Huntsville on those dates.
During the trial, she told police officers she was driving to pick up her mother-in-law from school in the late evening. She then pulled over near a bridge and went to sleep, and she woke up in the middle of the night about 6 a.m.
Williams, who was visiting from Arizona, did not appear at trial. He was arrested the same day. On 코인카지노Wednesday, he denied killing Johnson-Smith. He said he had only gone to the brid이천안마ge to check it out in case he had fallen off but that he didn’t see anything suspicious.
Defense attorneys asked for a mistrial in the case, saying that they believed that the woman, whose name is redacted, could have lied under oath.