Murder trial witness: Suspects don ‘dark clothes,’ ‘hoodies’ before crime

June 29, 2013
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A few hours before club owner Gene Sabin was murdered, a witness saw two men “suiting up” for what he thought was going to be a robbery, putting on “dark clothes and a disguise – hoodies,” according to testimony this week in Hood County district court.

The two suspects named were Gordon Ray Lewis and Justin Wade Ragan.


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