Jury selection set to continue for trial of man accused of killing parents

<p>Kyle Navin, the man accused of murdering his parents and dumping their bodies in Weston, turned down a plea deal that would have given him 60 years in prison.</p>

News 12 Staff

Mar 27, 2018, 10:55 AM

Updated 2,244 days ago

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Jury selection is expected to resume today in the murder trial of Kyle Navin.
Court officials tell News 12 they have 16 of the 18 jurors needed to begin the trial.
Navin is accused of murdering his parents and dumping their bodies in Weston. Prosecutors allege he committed the crime to get money for drugs.
Navin turned down a plea deal that would have given him 60 years in prison.
There is no word on how much longer selection will take.


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