Prosecutors Rest Their Case In Hominy Murder Trial
Friday, April 27th 2007, 8:10 am
News On 6
PAWHUSKA, Okla. (AP) -- The prosecution has rested and the defense will begin its case Friday in the murder trial of a man accused of killing a waitress in Hominy. Roy Westbrook is charged in Osage County with first-degree murder in the July 2005 shooting death of Rebecca Clements.
Authorities say Westbrook walked into the Hominy Diner during the noon rush hour and shot Clements three times.
Prosecutors say Westbrook was angry about a letter Clements had written to the local newspaper in which she complained about the owner of a certain rental house.
Westbrook wasn't mentioned by name but was the owner of the house.
Defense attorneys say Westbrook is innocent by reason of insanity.
7/19/2005 Hominy Diner Waitress Shot To Death
7/20/2005 Two Murder Charges To Be Requested In Killing Of Pregnant Waitress
7/21/2005 Coping With Tragedy
7/22/2005 Funeral For Hominy Waitress Held Friday
7/25/2005 Hominy Man Charged With Murder Scheduled For Court Today
10/20/2005 Man Accused In Fatal Diner Shooting Ordered To Undergo Evaluation
12/8/2005 Osage County Man Fit For Trial On Charges Of Killing Waitress
4/21/2006 Suspect In Hominy Diner Killing Will Face Trial
5/18/2006 Trial Set For Hominy Murder Suspect
4/22/2007 - Murder Trial For A Former Man Of The Year Begins Monday
4/23/2007 - Murder Suspect's Trial Gets Underway
4/25-2007 - Osage County Murder Trial Underway