ARAPAHO, Okla. (AP) — A Texas man accused of killing two individuals as he drunkenly shot at automobiles whereas driving alongside a freeway in Oklahoma is in courtroom to face homicide fees.
Trial started Tuesday for 38-yr-previous Jeremy Doss Hardy of Pasadena. He faces two counts of first-diploma homicide, assault with a harmful weapon and different offenses. Prosecutors are in search of the demise penalty.
Investigators say Hardy fired randomly at automobiles alongside Interstate forty in western Oklahoma on Dec. sixteen, 2015. The assault killed forty five-yr-previous Kent Powell of Arapaho, Oklahoma, and sixty three-yr-previous Billie Jean West of Lone Wolf, Oklahoma.
Prosecutors allege Hardy recognized with a gaggle that believes the federal authorities is plotting to take away Americans’ rights. They plan to make use of proof about his political views to point out a attainable motive for the shootings.
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