JURY SELECTION BEGINS IN MURDER TRIAL OF VENTNOR WOMAN

The trial of a Ventnor woman accused of killing her husband and keeping his remains during two moves begins on Wednesday. Loretta Doyle Burroughs, 63, is accused of fatally stabbing her husband in 2007, then placing his remains in four storage containers for nearly six years. Jury selection begins from a pool of 90 citizens under the supervision of Superior Court Judge Michael Donio. Burroughs’ statement to police after her husband’s remains were discovered in her closet, will not be heard by the jury because it was ruled to be improperly obtained.

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