Thomas Clock III, the former Whitehall funeral home director jailed for burying empty urns, is now running for public office.
Testimony in the trial ended abruptly Friday after the defense called the man they’re trying to pin Rebekah Bletsch’s murder on.
The prosecution’s final witness testified Friday that a swabbing of two items found in Jeffrey Willis’ van matched DNA from Rebekah Bletsch.
Willis’ defense attorney was expected to call several witnesses as he builds his case against Kevin Bluhm, who pleaded the Fifth Friday.
A man still on probation for tricking a dead woman’s family into burying an empty urn is running for a seat on the Whitehall City Council.
Tests on evidence from the scene of Rebekah Bletsch’s murder and Jeffrey Willis’ minivan was the focus of the trial Thursday.
Dozens of local agencies and organizations are participating in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Saturday.
It was all about DNA testing Thursday during Jeffrey Willis’ trial for the murder of Rebekah Bletsch.
Jurors Thursday heard from investigators who analyzed the DNA and ballistics evidence tied to Rebekah Bletsch’s murder.
Jurors Wednesday heard from the ex-wife of accused killer Jeffrey Willis and learned more about the graphic videos police said they found.
Jurors heard from Jeffrey Willis’ co-workers, detectives who analyzed electronic devices found in his home and his ex-wife.
Jurors Wednesday morning heard from the woman who said Willis had taken her underwear and gun.
Jurors Tuesday heard from the teenager whose attempted abduction led investigators to the man now charged in two murders.
The judge overseeing the trial halted a livestream of the proceedings because a courtroom camera shot shown online violated a court rule.
The neighbor who opened her door to a teen investigators believe Jeffrey Willis tried to abduct said the girl was too frantic to calm down.