Monday, September 30, 2013
Jury selection is underway for the suspect accused of gunning down two people at a Wichita store late last year.
Nineteen-year-old Marquis Marshall is accused of shooting and killing two people at a Dollar General Store located at 13th and Oliver last November. Twenty-two-year-old Zachary Hunt, an employee, and 79-year-old Henry Harvey, who was at the counter making a purchase, were killed.
Days later, Marshall was arrested during a traffic stop and charged with two counts of capital murder. The district attorney's office declined to pursue the death penalty.
Once a jury has been selected, the trial is expected to last several days.