Motions denied in capital murder defendant’s hearing

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One of the three capital murder defendants in the shooting death of Hood County businessman Gene Sabin had two major requests turned down – including a motion aimed at barring DNA evidence – by Judge Ralph Walton in a pretrial hearing Friday in 355th Judicial District Court.

Justin Wade Ragan of Granbury, through his attorney Cole Bryan, had entered a motion to suppress the DNA results collected by law enforcement officers who investigated the Jan. 17, 2012, shooting at the business Sabin owned and operated, T.J.’s Private Club and Cafe.


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