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Kirby avoids attempted murder

Jurors burned the midnight oil Friday deliberating deep into the night before finding Floyd Kirby guilty of shooting a fisherman in the lake behind his home.
Kirby, 76, faces three to six years on two aggravated assault counts and one misdemeanor reckless endangerment count on which jurors convicted him following six hours of deliberation Friday night. Jurors arrived at the verdict around 11 p.m., opting to acquit the elderly Vietnam veteran on the top charge of attempted first-degree murder in the case of the injured fisherman Ken “Stubby” Murray.
Murray was hit with buckshot pellets in the shoulder, arm ...


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