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From Southeast Missouian
Man tried for 2004 killing of
Thursday, February 28,
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- A jury
is hearing testimony in the trial of a 30-year-old man accused of
killing a Kansas City-area couple at the business they had
operated for 40 years.
Kellen McKinney is charged with
two counts of first-degree murder and other charges in the Oct.
20, 2004, stabbing deaths of John and Mildred Caylor. A friend
saw the couple's bloody bodies through the window of the Caylors'
Bible and Music Store in Raytown and called police.
Jackson County Prosecutor Tammy
Dickinson told jurors in her opening statement Wednesday that DNA
tests linked McKinney to the slayings.
Defense attorney Horton Lance did
not make an opening statement Wednesday, instead reserving it
until after the prosecution rests its case.
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