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11.14.06

Trial Begins in Hammer Killing

A man accused of killing another man with a hammer is on trial in Potter County. 
 
24 year old Octavio Bautista is charged with the August 2005 murder of Juan David Sanchez. 

The murder happened here in the 700 block of N. Wilson.
  

Prosecutors say the suspect and victim argued earlier in the day and that prompted Bautista to get a hammer and kill Sanchez.

Murder Indictment
A man accused of homicide is indicted Thursday on one charge of first degree murder. 24 year old Octavio Bautista is accused of killing 35 year old Juan David Sanchez last August. The incident happened in the 700 block of North Wilson. Police say Bautista attacked Sanchez with a hammer...
Last Modified 02/14/2006 05:11:20 PM

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