(Jill Bock, Staff)
Associate Judge Charles Spitler ruled following a preliminary hearing Thursday afternoon, there was sufficient evidence presented against Jann Wofford, 55, for a trial for the fatal shooting of Dorothy Hood.
Wofford, who sat quietly throughout the proceedings in the small courtroom, listened as witnesses detailed the events of Feb. 16 and 17 and the discovery of Hood's naked body along a country road. Some of Hood's family members wept as New Madrid County Prosecuting Attorney Lewis Recker's questions brought out details of the death.
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