Mansfield murder trial: Forensics take forefront

The Mansfield News Journal
MANSFIELD — What most likely was the second of four shots fired at 25-year-old DeCarrio Couley seems to have been the fatal shot.
That was the testimony Thursday from Dr. George Stebenz, chief deputy medical examiner for Summit County, on the third day of Christopher L. Brown’s murder trial.

Brown, 27, of 344 W. Sixth St., is accused of killing Couley on March 9 as the two walked on Sycamore Street near Sixth Street. The charges against Brown are two counts each of murder, attempted murder and felonious assault — all with gun specifications — and one count of carrying a concealed weapon.