PICKENS, South Carolina — Attorneys have given opening statements in the trial of a man charged with killing a 23-year-old Clemson University student in 2012.
Multiple media outlets reported that jurors on Monday also heard the 911 call from the night Steven Grich of Fort Mill was shot to death at his home in Central. Authorities say Grich was shot by men who entered his home through an unlocked back door.
Lester Devaria Mosley Jr. has pleaded not guilty. Authorities say Mosley fired the gun that killed the engineering student.
Mosley's attorney says his client is innocent.
Five people in the home were not seriously injured. Three men have pleaded guilty in Grich's death. Investigators have said the suspects planned rob the victim's roommate of what they thought was a large amount of marijuana.
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