Cross-examination continues at Peters' trial
Cortney Ofstad/Daily Globe
PROSECUTOR RICHARD Adams points out a date on the calendar to defendant Kenneth Wayne Peters, 50, of Bessemer, during trial on Monday at the Gogebic County Courthouse in Bessemer. Peters is on trial for allegedly murdering his 79-year-old wife Ethel Grzena-Peters in August 2012.
BESSEMER — To have the cup, or not have the cup. That is the question.
That was the theme of Monday’s trial against Kenneth Wayne Peters, 50, of Bessemer. Peters is on trial for allegedly murdering his 79-year-old wife Ethel Grzena-Peters in August 2012.
Peters continued to be cross examined by prosecuting attorney Richard Adams about his actions leading up the his wife’s disappearance on Aug. 4, 2012.
According to a previous testimony from Tiffany Youngberg, Peters was drinking gin from a purple and black cup the day before Grzena-Peters went missing. She said that he drank from the...
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