Michael Horvath's interview with state police performed at homicide trial

STROUDSBURG, Pa. – After a break for Memorial Day, the homicide trial of Michael Horvath resumed Tuesday in Monroe County.

Horvath is accused of killing his Allen Organ co-worker, Holly Grim, in 2013.

We heard from Horvath in court docket, as elements of an April 2016 voluntary interview with state police had been performed.

Two and half years after Holly Grim went lacking Horvath tells investigators “I hope I can do not forget that stuff,” when advised the interview would deal with the day Grim disappeared.

At first of that interview, Horvath provides he learn on social media Grim had been seen in Allentown on Union Boulevard.

Whereas studying the transcript by investigators, Horvath stated he did not know Grim’s morning routine. Earlier within the trial Horvath’s private journals detailed Grim’s morning routine right down to the minute.

Prosecutors say in 2013 Horvath kidnapped, killed, and buried Grim at his Ross Township property.

The lead investigator within the case was again on the stand earlier Tuesday morning, however this time underneath cross-examination.

Horvath’s protection crew questioned the case’s lead investigator, Robert Devers, over who was interviewed, when and the place.

From the romantic to platonic, quite a few males in Holly Grim’s life had been highlighted.

This included her Allen Organ woodshop co-worker, Horvath. Devers testified that nobody at Allen Organ had a nasty factor to say about Horvath.

Horvath’s protection stated it was recognized inside the firm the pair labored effectively collectively, not like different co-workers, who they stated known as Grim abrasive and stated she had a nasty angle.

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Nonetheless, investigators say in 2013, Horvath kidnapped, killed, and buried Grim on his Ross Township property.

All through the trial, the prosecution has laid its case that Horvath stalked Grim for years, detailing her, her son’s and Grim’s boyfriend’s each day actions.

Devers testified Horvath grew to become a chief suspect after he did not inform them he’d been at Grim’s residence twice, and that he had texted her a number of occasions within the months earlier than she died.

On the stand one other of the investigators stated that the April 2016 voluntary interview was the primary time police advised Horvath his blood was discovered at Grim’s residence.

Horvath says he’s harmless.

The trial resumes Wednesday.