Judge in Alsea murder case says he’ll allow most, if not all, search warrant evidence


A judge in the William Hargrove murder trial has ruled that most of the evidence the defense had asked to suppress can be admitted at trial but has not yet issued a decision on the prosecution’s motion to allow statements made by the suspect to investigators prior to his arrest.

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