Raleigh Police Detective Zeke Morse identifies the plastic packaging wrapper to an Oneida chef’s knife found in a backpack belonging to defendant Jonathan Broyhill at the Nation Hahn home in April 2013 as he testifies Thursday in Wake Superior Court. Thursday was the seventh day of testimony in the Jonathan Broyhill murder trial.
Raleigh Police Detective Zeke Morse identifies the plastic packaging wrapper to an Oneida chef’s knife found in a backpack belonging to defendant Jonathan Broyhill at the Nation Hahn home in April 2013 as he testifies Thursday in Wake Superior Court. Thursday was the seventh day of testimony in the Jonathan Broyhill murder trial. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Raleigh Police Detective Zeke Morse identifies the plastic packaging wrapper to an Oneida chef’s knife found in a backpack belonging to defendant Jonathan Broyhill at the Nation Hahn home in April 2013 as he testifies Thursday in Wake Superior Court. Thursday was the seventh day of testimony in the Jonathan Broyhill murder trial. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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