Prosecution lays out evidence in Sheley case
Defense attacks forensics, witness testimony
MORRISON – Nicholas T. Sheley had crack cocaine on his mind on June 23, 2008.
He often turned to his drug of choice after he had been drinking; he had developed a habit that cost as much as $1,500 a day.
It was his desperation for the drug that led him to "brutally and savagely" kill 93-year-old Russell Reed in his isolated Blue Goose Road farmhouse sometime between 3 p.m. and dusk that day, Assistant Attorney General Michael Atterberry said Tuesday.
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