Jury Gets Hoehn Case


William Hoehn’s case of Conspiracy to Commit Murder is now in the hands of the jury.

At shortly after 3 p.m., the judge presiding over the case turned the case over to the jury. In doing so, the jury will deliberate until 4:30 p.m. today and, if a verdict is not reached by then, the jury will return tomorrow.

This morning, Jennifer Robinson, who is in the same prison as Brooke Crews, took the stand. The debate between the state and Robinson become quite heated at time, according to reports.

Following her testimony, Hoehn took the stand. Hoehn’s testimony contradicted Crews’ in regards to the disposal of Greywind’s body, along with putting the rope around her neck. Hoehn says the rope was already around Greywind’s neck when he arrived at home, and that he and Crews disposed of Greywind’s body in the Red River.

He says Crews rode shotgun in the Jeep with him to the Harwood road, where they both tossed the dresser over the bridge and into the Red River.

Just before 11:30 this morning, both the defense and state rested its case. Closing arguments then ensued after a break.