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  • Karina Vetrano Case: A Look at the Queens Jogger's Murder as Mistrial Is Declared

    Karina Vetrano Case: A Look at the Queens Jogger's Murder as Jurors Debate Accused Killer's Fate

    Wednesday, November 21 2018 10:18 AM EST2018-11-21 15:18:03 GMT
    By CAITLIN NOLAN Closing arguments have been made in the murder trial of Chanel Lewis, the New York man accused of killing Karina Vetrano in 2016.  The prosecution and defense teams’ final cases for jurors to consider came more than two years after the Queens jogger went for what was supposed to be a short run one summer evening and never came back.  Vetrano, 30, was an avid runner who often took to the paths near her family’s Howard Beach home with her father, a retired firefighte... 
    The murder of Chanel Lewis, the New York man accused of killing Karina Vetrano in 2016, has ended in a mistrial.  
  • Karina Vetrano Case: Hung Jury in Chanel Lewis Murder Trial

    Karina Vetrano Case: Hung Jury in Chanel Lewis Murder Trial

    Wednesday, November 21 2018 9:58 AM EST2018-11-21 14:58:29 GMT
    By Inside Edition Staff The trial of Chanel Lewis, the New York man accused of killing Karina Vetrano as she jogged in a Queens park in 2016, has ended in a mistrial. After a day and a half of deliberations, the jury returned Tuesday night to the courtroom split on whether to find Lewis guilty of the murder and sexual abuse of Vetrano, a 30-year-old avid runner who went for a jog one August evening and never came back. Vetrano’s body was discovered in Spring Creek Park by her fathe... 
    The trial of Chanel Lewis, the New York man accused of killing Karina Vetrano as she jogged in a Queens park in 2016, has ended in a mistrial. 
  • Tennessee Man Killed After Concrete 'Likely' Thrown Over Bridge Hits His Car: Police

    Tennessee Man Killed After Concrete 'Likely' Thrown Over Bridge Hits His Car: Police

    Wednesday, November 21 2018 8:58 AM EST2018-11-21 13:58:02 GMT
    By Inside Edition Staff A man was killed after a concrete slab smashed into his windshield Tuesday in Tennessee.  Joe Shelton Jr., 54, was driving east on Interstate 24 when a “chunk of concrete,” which was likely thrown from the Shelby Avenue Bridge, went through the windshield of his Nissan, the Metro Nashville Police Department said in a statement.  The concrete piece hit Shelton as he was driving to work, leading him to lose control of his car, authorities said. Police said th... 
    A man was killed after a concrete slab smashed into his windshield Tuesday in Tennessee.  
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