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Jurors in Brittany Norwood's first-degree-murder trial on Tuesday watched the 29-year-old in a videotaped police interview fumble for answers about why she did not flee when the men she said attacked her and co-worker Jayna Murray asked her to leave the store and move Murray's car. A detective said that was when her story unraveled.
The suspects initially described by Brittany Norwood as the attackers in the Lululemon Athletica store slaying were just too malicious to be believable, a Montgomery County Police detective testified Monday in court about the first time he started doubting the defendant's story.
D.C. ends 'land banking'; Jury selection resumes in Lululemon murder trial; Rep. Harris benefits from Maryland redistricting; Maryland transportation commission making final recommendations; Suspect in cabbie killing was in custody of D.C.'s youth-rehab agency; Hit-and-run kills man in Shaw; Suliamon Brown in traffic court; Ehrlich's book due out Dec. 6.
Jury selection began Monday in the murder trial of Brittany Norwood, the woman accused of fatally beating a co-worker — and then attempting to cover up the crime — at the Lululemon yoga boutique in Bethesda.
Jury selection began Monday in the murder trial of Brittany Norwood, the woman accused of fatally beating a co-worker - and then attempting to cover up the crime - at the Lululemon yoga boutique in Bethesda.
Attorneys for the woman charged in the killing of a co-worker at a Bethesda yoga store failed Tuesday to persuade a judge to delay the trial so they could learn more about their client's "major mental illness," including whether concussions she may have suffered as a collegiate soccer player were a factor.