OH v. Stanley Ford Arson Murder Trial Day 6 – Cross Exam – Bradley Barkhurst – Forensic Fire Supervi

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Live Trial Coverage: Stanley Ford is on Trial for Allegedly Killing 9 Neighbors in House Fires

Please Note: Some witnesses have chosen to NOT be on camera.

Witnesses:

Direct Exam of Lt. Brandon Reedy – Akron Firefighter

Direct/Cross Exam of Bradley Barkhurst – Forensic Fire Specialist

Stanley Ford, 62, stands trial in Summit County, Ohio for allegedly killing nine of his neighbors in two house fires. Opening statements are expected to take place Monday, Aug. 30. You can watch in the player above.

Lindell Lewis, 65, and girlfriend Gloria Jean Hart, 66, died in the first fire at their home on April 18, 2016, according to the Akron Beacon Journal. Authorities say Ford also set a fire to a woman’s SUV on Jan. 23. 2017. No one died in that incident, but the third and final alleged arson wiped out a family. The final blaze on May 15, 2017 killed parents Dennis Huggins, 35, and Angela Boggs, 38, their children Cameron Huggins, 1, Alivia Huggins, 3, Kyle Huggins, 5, Daisia Huggins, 6, and Jared Boggs, 14. The family dog also died.

Ford had disputes with neighbors in all three incidents, authorities said.

#StanleyFord #ArsonMurderTrial

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