DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Jurors continue to deliberate the fate of Antonio Cochran, the man accused of kidnapping and murdering Dallas teenager Zoe Hastings two years ago. Friday marked the third day that the case was in the hands of the jury, and there is still no verdict. The prosecution painted the picture of a teenager who loved God and her family. Hastings was on her way to church when she was taken.
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Jurors in the Antonio Cochran murder trial will work this weekend to try and reach a unanimous verdict. Cochran is facing a capital murder charge for the October 2015 kidnap-murder of Dallas teenager Zoe Hastings. Hastings had stopped to return a Redbox movie on her way to church when she vanished.
DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – The jury continues to deliberate in the trial of a Dallas man accused in the kidnap murder of a teenage girl in 2015. While on her way to church, 18-year-old Zoe Hastings stopped to return a movie and then disappeared. Before lunchtime on Thursday it had been nearly seven hours since jurors set out to decide the fate of Antonio Cochran.
#AntonioCochranTrial Well, jury is still deliberating! We know they are frustrated. At one point, they asked at what point they could declare themselves hopelessly deadlocked. Now, they just asked to review witness testimony. Live report @CBSDFW at 5, because things may change! https://t.co/RGB2XIZ1aK
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