Closing arguments begin in loud music killing case
by Derek Kinner
02:45 PM, Tuesday, September 30
UPDATE: Closing arguments have begun in the first-degree murder case of a man who fatally shot a Marietta teenager after an argument about loud music outside a Jacksonville convenience store.

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