Testimony is completed for day 9 of the Michael Horvath trial.
Horvath is accused of murdering Holly Grim again in 2013. On Wednesday, either side questioned Detective Raymond Choose in regards to the investigation.
The prosecution requested Detective Choose in regards to the proof gathered in the course of the investigation. Essentially the most incriminating proof towards Horvath included his blood discovered on the door of Holly Grim’s trailer, a cellphone name putting him close to her residence in Decrease Saucon Township on the time of her disappearance, and her stays discovered on his property. A set of planners present in his home additionally confirmed he had been monitoring her actions for years.
However his protection raised the likelihood a number of different suspects might have killed Grim. Like Edward King, who was the primary suspect Grim’s boyfriend Dwayne Mory advised police about. Mory mentioned King had been asking him about Grim on the bowling alley she frequented shortly earlier than she disappeared. Mory was dominated out as a suspect after he was seen on safety digicam at work on the time of Grim’s disappearance.
Then there’s Richard Grim, Holly’s brother. He was accused of sexually assaulting her prior to now. He lived close by her home, and he had entered her trailer when she wasn’t there prior to now. Horvath’s protection confirmed that police did not query his alibi that he had been at work on the time of her disappearance.
Then there’s Josef Raszler, a person accused of killing one other lady, Stephanie Roof. Raszler, Roof, Grim, and Horvath all labored for the corporate Allen Organ. The protection confirmed Raszler had been in touch with Horvath’s spouse Cathy, and had even been to the Horvath’s Ross Township property prior to now. Horvath’s protection confirmed police did not request cellphone information for Raszler or Cathy Horvath, and so they by no means searched Cathy’s automotive. Police didn’t discover any proof of Grim’s DNA in Michael Horvath’s automotive.
Day 10 of the trial begins Thursday on the Monroe County Courthouse.