Lexington Man on Trial for 2020 Murder: Did Circumstantial Evidence Seal His Fate?

Lexington Man on Trial for 2020 Murder: Did Circumstantial Evidence Seal His Fate?
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Lex­ing­ton on Edge: A jury is decid­ing the fate of a Lex­ing­ton man accused of mur­der­ing his neigh­bor, Ava Creech. Did He Do It?

Pros­e­cu­tors say they have a moun­tain of clues, but the defense argues rea­son­able doubt clouds the case.

The Crime Scene: In Sep­tem­ber 2020, Ava Creech was found dead in her apart­ment clos­et. Bound with duct tape and a trag­ic cause of death – suffocation. 

The Sus­pect: Police arrest­ed William Brown not long after. The Evi­dence: Incrim­i­nat­ing details – Brown was seen dri­ving Creech’s car, pawned her jew­el­ry, and even had her pills! DNA twist: But Brown’s lawyer argues his client is innocent. 

Touch DNA: He claims Brown’s DNA on the duct tape is because he sim­ply helped Creech with a bed bug issue. Rea­son­able Doubt? The defense also ques­tions why a ham­mer found at the scene, poten­tial­ly the mur­der weapon, was­n’t even tested!

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