TRIALS DELAYED: Manchester Murder Case


Isaiah Sweet

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There have been more delays in the trials of two men charged with murder in the deaths of a Manchester couple.

Prosecutors say 18-year-old Isaiah Sweet shot his grandparents, Richard and Janet Sweet, in their home on May 11th, 2012. He is charged with two counts of first degree murder in the case.

Twenty-year-old Brandon Ahlers is accused of helping Sweet come up with ways to kill his grandparents and helping him dispose of the gun used in the crime. He is charged with two counts of aiding and abetting first-degree murder.

Ahlers and Sweets’ trials have already been delayed several times.

Ahlers’ trial is now set for May 22nd and Sweet’s trial is set for October 16th.


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