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Jury delivers not guilty verdict in Knox County murder trial

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Glenn Head (right) points to a photo during testimony Thursday at the Randolph County Courthouse. Head was found not guilty on second-degree murder charges in the shooting death of William Bacon. Glenn Head (right) points to a photo during testimony Thursday at the Randolph County Courthouse. Head was found not guilty on second-degree murder charges in the shooting death of William Bacon.
MOBERLY, Mo. (WGEM) - A jury found the man who admitted to shooting and killing a Knox County, Missouri man not guilty of second-degree murder after deliberating for just a few hours Friday.

Our newsgathering partners at the Quincy Herald-Whig report Glenn Head was found not guilty after the week-long trial at the Randolph County Courthouse in Moberly, Mo.

The jury went into deliberations just after 10:30 a.m. Friday. Head told authorities he shot and killing William Bacon in an act of self-defense over a property dispute in December 2012.

For more in-depth trial coverage, click to read from the Herald-Whig: VERDICT: Head found not guilty in second-degree murder trial.
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