Special Report: Taylor Parker trial week two

September 25, 2022 00:28:47
Special Report: Taylor Parker trial week two
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Special Report: Taylor Parker trial week two

Show Notes

Texarkana Gazette crime and courts reporter Lori Dunn summarizes the second week of testimony in the capital murder trial of Taylor Parker.

Parker could face the death penalty in the Oct. 9, 2020, killing of expectant mother Reagan Simmons Hancock of New Boston, Texas, and the taking of her unborn child, who also died. Parker has pleaded not guilty.


Capital murder defendant called ‘actress of highest order’

Second day of testimony in Taylor Parker trial focuses on online searches

TAYLOR PARKER TRIAL, DAY 3 | Witnesses describe ‘dome of craziness’ with murder defendant

TAYLOR PARKER TRIAL, DAY 4 | Ex-husband labels defendant a ‘con artist’; investigator alleges web of fake phone calls

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TAYLOR PARKER TRIAL, DAY 5 | Witnesses testify about odd finances, pregnancy doubts

TAYLOR PARKER TRIAL, DAY 6 | Mother of Parker’s boyfriend testifies about estrangement from son

TAYLOR PARKER TRIAL, DAY 7 | Jurors hear frantic 911 call, testimony from victim’s husband

TAYLOR PARKER TRIAL, DAY 8 | Relatives describe horrors of crime scene; medical workers put pieces together

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