WHITE CLOUD, Mich. (WOOD) — A woman has been ordered to stand trial for the murder of her husband, who died in their Sand Lake-area home last year.
After a second day of testimony in a preliminary hearing in a Newaygo County courtroom, Glenna Duram was bound over to stand trial for first-degree murder in the death of Martin Duram.
Martin Duram was shot five times at their home in Ensley Township in May 2015. Glenna Duram, his second wife, survived a bullet wound to the head that prosecutors say was a suicide attempt.
In the first day of testimony earlier this month, witnesses described the house on the shooting as being in “disarray.” One witness said there appeared to have been a struggle.
“Don’t f—ing shoot,” the bird says on a video that the family says it took several weeks after the shooting.
The prosecutor previously told 24 Hour News 8 that he has not ruled using a parrot that allegedly witnessed the murder as evidence. However, the bird’s current owner says the prosecutor now feels confident there’s enough evidence against Glenna Duram to convict her, without using Bud.