Jury selection in the trial against Richard Beasley -- the alleged mastermind of the Craigslist killings -- is underway, and prosecutors want Brogan Rafferty to testify against him.
Jury selection was underway this week in the trial of Richard Beasley: the alleged architect of a Craigslist plot that led to three slayings. The Stow Sentry reports the trial will likely start next week, and that Brogan Rafferty, who was sentenced to life in prison for his part in the killings, may testify against Beasley. A 12-person jury found Rafferty, a former Stow-Munroe Falls High School student, guilty on nine counts of aggravated murder and other charges in November for his part in the Craigslist killings. For more on the story, visit www.stowsentry.com.