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Three year old murder trial begins in Amarillo

Amarillo, TX - The trial for a three year old murder case began today in Amarillo.

Laney Brewer, also know as, Laney Paul Chambers trial started this morning in the 108th District Court in Potter County.

Brewer is on trial for murder and aggravated robbery.

51 year old Rick Glen Provence was found dead in his apartment in the 1500 block of Jefferson in July of 2011.

Twelve jurors and one alternate were selected in court today.

As of late this afternoon state witnesses were still giving testimony.

Leslee Wiseman is also accused and charged in Provence's murder.    

Her trial is scheduled to begin next month.


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