Murder Suspect's Court Hearing Rescheduled
Tuesday, February 20th 2007, 6:25 am
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A former newspaper carrier's court hearing has been rescheduled for April.
Paul Williford says he killed 75-year-old Geraldine Lawhorn and 73-year-old Donna Stauffer. The confessions came after he was arrested for sexually assaulting and trying to kill a third woman in 2005. He's now serving four life sentences for convictions related to the 2005 assault.
The three women were all customers on his Tulsa World paper route.
In an interview from the Tulsa County jail last year, the 64-year-old Williford described killing as a thrill.
Williford's arraignment in Tulsa County District Court on murder charges in connection with deaths of Geraldine Lawhorn and Donna Stauffer has been resheduled for April 23rd.
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