Witnesses take stand in Shine trial; fourth shot heard on 911 call
During the second day of Jane Shine’s attempted murder trial, jurors listened to a 911 phone call in which the fourth and final shot to hit the alleged victim, Eric James, can be heard.
After finishing jury selection, Jasper County Attorney Michael Jacobsen delivered the state’s opening statement followed by the opening statement from Defense Attorney Steve Addington.
The state’s second witness, Jasper County dispatcher Brian Marshall, testified he received two calls for emergency assistance to 511 E. 26th St. S. The first call came from Danielle Shine, who was awakened by the gunshots. Later in the call, as Danielle is crying and explaining what she knows to Marshall, a male voice can be heard yelling in the background.
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