A jury trial began Monday for two men charged in the murder of Donald Mills, who died from gunshot wounds after being gunned down in his home on May 9, 2014.
After a mistrial was declared in the case in July 2017, Patrick Baker and Elijah Messer now must listen to testimony from witnesses while the 13-person jury decide their fates. The 13 jurors were selected from a pool of 30 potential jurors on Monday.
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