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reported events that occurred at 1738 Fairwood Drive on June 3rd, 2004

June 3, 2004; Police were dispatched to 1738 Fairwood Dr by Elicia Hughes, 32, who said she found her husband shot to death. On arrival, the body of Brian Hughes, 32 was found in the hallway of the home with 4 gunshot wounds. Elicia told police she awoke to popping sounds, followed by her home's alarm system, and when she got up she found Brian dead. Elicia would later be arrested and charged with Brian's murder though, and at trial a woman that Brian was secretly seeing testified about being on the phone with him shortly before he was shot to death, and Elicia had walked in so he had to hang up. Prosecutors believed Elicia killed Brian for his life insurance policy, or out of jealousy. On her first trial, Elicia was found guilty and sentenced to life, but she was later granted a new trial in which the jury acquitted her, and she was freed. No one else has been arrested for the murder.


Clipping found in Clarion-Ledger published in Jackson, Mississippi on 6/17/2004.

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