Friday Sep 12
Prosecution rests in N. Idaho murder trial
Prosecutors have rested their case in the first-degree murder trial of a northern Idaho man accused of strangling his estranged wife and dumping her body into the Snake River. The Lewiston Tribune reports that prosecutors rested their case Thursday in 2nd District Court and defense attorneys for Charles Capone are scheduled to start presenting their case Friday.
Witness testifies seeing N. Idaho man kill wife
A co-defendant in a first-degree murder trial in northern Idaho testified Tuesday that he saw Charles Capone strangle his estranged wife and then helped dump her body in the Snake River near Clarkston, Washington. The Lewiston Tribune reports that David Stone also testified that Capone threatened him and his family so Stone helped weigh the body down with chains before he and Capone dropped it off a bridge.
Trial continues, man charged in wife's death
The trial in the case of a Moscow man charged with killing his estranged wife in April 2010 has entered its second week. Jurors are expected to hear testimony this week from co-defendant David Stone, who reportedly told authorities that Capone strangled Anderson, wrapped her body in a tarp and threw it into the Snake River near Clarkston, Washington.