- Feb 25, 2013
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From the 5/26/23 link:Trace Harris
VERDICT WATCH: Jury continues to deliberate as the second full day nears conclusion
Jesse Dean Kersh guilty on three counts of murder in the 1983 Corvette Concepts case #galvnews
which I can not access ^^
If someone can - is there a sentencing date?
From the 5/26/23 link:
A jury on Friday morning entered a guilty verdict in the triple-homicide trial of Jesse Dean Kersh, 64, who was accused of murdering three people nearly 40 years ago.
A Galveston County jury found Kersh guilty on all three counts of murder on Friday morning.
On the morning of Nov. 3, 1983, Thomas Earl McGraw, 28, Beth Yvette Wilburn, 25, and James Oatis, 22, were found dead inside the auto shop on West Main Street in League City.
The Galveston County Medical Examiner’s Office determined Wilburn, a co-owner of the shop, had been stabbed 114 times in the torso and shot in the head.
McGraw, a Halliburton employee who apparently just happened to be at the shop, had been shot seven times and stabbed 15 times.
Oatis, an Houston electrician who was there just to repair a light, was shot eight times in the head.
On Feb. 21, 1985, Kersh, an employee at the shop, told investigators that when he left work on Nov. 2, 1983, Wilburn, Oatis and McGraw were all in the building and alive. In the same interview, Kersh told police he did not own a .22-caliber handgun, the type used in the killings.
Now I will wait until next week to ask you if you see a sentencing date in the court site.
I guess I no longer have a Free account at the Galveston paper - must have expired!
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You're not missing anything. JK hasn't been in the system for more than a year. I've searched by the name of his attorney and even the judge, and his record does not populate. I don't know if this was high security or what but this record is not publicly accessible online.no - it is not a new thing for me - since I moved from California to Europe - some of my court sites stopped working...