Man acquitted in fatal fight

By Alex Davis | adavis@wcia.com

Published 11/01 2013 12:17PM

Updated 10/16 2014 05:20PM

Update: 3:54 pm, 10/16/14, Thursday
FORD COUNTY -- A Paxton man is acquitted of second-degree murder. Sean Kelley had been charged in connection with the deadly stabbing of 49-year old Jeffrey Potts. Wednesday, his case took a turn and the jury found him not guilty. The stabbing happened in October 2013, in front of Shooky's Bar in downtown Paxton.
Original: 5:07 pm, 10/29/13, Tuesday
PAXTON -- A man is charged with 2nd degree murder. Police say 33-year old Sean Kelley stabbed Jeffrey Potts during a fight. It happened in front of Shooky's Bar two weeks ago. Kelley remains in custody. If convicted, he faces 15-years in prison.

Copyright 2015 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.


.

Featured Business