Bloodhounds, forensic video analysis add to Peters' trial
Cortney Ofstad/Daily Globe
KENNETH PETERS, 50, of Bessemer, speaks to his lawyer, Rudy Perhalla, Wednesday. Peters is on trial for murdering his wife, Ethel Grzena-Peters, 79, in August.
BESSEMER — Members of the jury listened to testimony on bloodhounds and forensic video analysis Wednesday during day five of the Kenneth Peters murder trial at the Gogebic County Courthouse in Bessemer.
Peters, 50, of Bessemer, is on trial for allegedly murdering his 79-year-old wife, Ethel Grzena-Peters, in August.
Gogebic County Prosecutor Richard Adams started the afternoon by questioning Det. Sgt. Louise Horn, of Vilas County, Wis., on her involvement in the case.
Horn works with bloodhounds, and was dispatched to help locate Grzena-Peters after she was initially reported missing, as...
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