The third day of testimony in the trial of Michael Loren Jacobs, 57, charged in the June 24, 2015, shooting death of his landlord, 75-year-old Floyd Flud, will begin Thursday morning.
On Wednesday afternoon, Jacobs, who pleaded not guilty, testified on his own behalf. He told the jury he killed Flud in self-defense after Flud attempted to shoot him. Hood County Sheriff’s investigators testified Monday the injuries to Flud and Jacobs were not consistent with self-defense.
The case is being heard in the 355th District Court in Granbury.