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An Ashdown man has again been convicted, but on lesser charges, of killing a couple and trying to kill the couple's 7-month-old son. The Texarkana Gazette reported Timothy Howard, 45, was found guilty Friday on two counts of second-degree murder and one count of attempted second-degree murder.
A Little River County jury handed down a guilty verdict Friday night in the second trial of a man accused of killing an Ashdown couple and attempting to kill their baby in 1997. The jury found Howard, 45, guilty of two counts of second-degree murder and a single count of attempted second-degree murder.
Witnesses have testified in the capital murder trial of a man charged in the 1997 deaths of an Ashdown couple that the deceased were methamphetamine users. Timothy Lamont Howard is on trial for the second time in the deaths of Brian and Shannon Day and for attempted murder of the couple's 7-month-old son.
A urologist says man charged with killing an Ashdown couple is unlikely to have fathered a child, as prosecutors have said. Forty-five-year-old Timothy Lamont Howard is on trial in Little River County for the 1997 deaths of Brian Day and Shannon Day and for attempted murder of the Day's 7-month-old son.
Mara Leveritt reports on a newspaper interview by the former prosecutor, now Circuit Judge Tim Cooper whose failure to provide the defense with all available evidence led to the reversal of Tim Howard's death sentence and his new trial this week in Little River County. Ashdown-Circuit Judge Tom Cooper is not involved in the trial of Tim Howard that began this morning.
Mara Leveritt reports from Ashdown on Monday's events in the first day of Tim Howard's retrial on a 1997 murder charge. ASHDOWN -In a county that is a bit more than 20 percent black, a jury of six white women, five white men and one black man took their seats today for the first day of a retrial of Tim Howard , a black man charged with the of a white couple in 1997 and the attempted murder of their seven-month-old son in 1997.
A retrial is underway for a Texarkana man who was on death row for killing an Ashdown couple back in 1997. Timothy Howard was convicted in 1999 for shooting Brian Day to death and leaving his body inside a padlocked U-Haul truck in Ogden.
Mara Leveritt reports from Ashdown on the murder trial of Tim Howard, former Death Row inmate: A jury of six men and six women was seated today for the trial of Tim Howard which is to begin Monday. In a subsequent pretrial hearing, for which the jury was not present, Circuit Judge Charles Yeargan denied the motion filed last week by Howard's attorney that had sought dismissal of the charges against Howard due to alleged prosecutor misconduct.