LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Opening statements get underway Wednesday in the trial for a man accused in a Lafayette murder.
29-year-old Jeremiah Thompson faces robbery, murder, and several other charges in relation to the April 2010 shooting and murder of 21-year-old Kory Rogers.
Jury selection took place Tuesday.
Several weeks ago Edward Zaragoza was found guilty for his involvement in the case.
Thompson was indicted for murder, robbery, theft and several other charges in January 2011, by a Tippecanoe County Grand Jury.
Kory Rogers' murder was the first in Lafayette since 2008.
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