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Topic - Jim Drewry
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.
"Did they look at you funny like, whoa, what are you doing all bloody?" he asked. "It is Bethesda with a black girl with blood all over her."
"People would probably ask why you didn't drive off," said Montgomery County police Detective Jim Drewry, of the 10 minutes when Ms. Norwood said she was free from the men who had already beat her and Murray and cut the crotch of her pants.