Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Delgado Murder Case Expected To Go To The Jury Today
Final arguments are being heard today in the Poncho Delgado murder trial in Jonesborough. The 44-year-old Johnson City man is accused of the stabbing death of Robert Curtis in Johnson City seven years ago. Following the instructions from Judge Robert Cupp, the jury is expected to begin deliberating Delgado’s fate. Delgado is now confined to a wheelchair and yesterday took the stand in his own defense claiming that he did not kill Curtis and did not even know Robert Curtis. The state has presented witnesses and testimony to the contrary.(CS)

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