May 7, 2011 by staff 

Lululemon, County grand jury accused Montgomery of Britain 28 years old Norwood murder on Thursday, bringing its case to the County Circuit Court for the planning of the hearings before trial, a state spokesman said the lawyer.

Prosecutors say Ms. Norwood cut the spinal cord Jayna Murray and crushed her skull with objects found inside the store Lululemon Athletica on 11 March. The incident shocked residents of the upscale community best known for its high-end shops and restaurants.

Police initially Ms. Norwood is a victim, after she told police that the masked men attacked and raped the women after her return to the closed shop to Recover from Ms. Norwood.

His story began to unravel rapidly as a result of DNA evidence and the account of Miss Norwood police have found no other evidence, according to court documents.

The researchers found a box of ties that Miss Norwood apparently used to bind the feet of Murray and then her hands, pulling loops through clenched teeth so it looks like intruders had left that way.

Among the inconsistencies in her story, Ms. Norwood told police that the assailants left out of the Wisconsin Avenue store to move vehicles from Murray, but ordered to return in 10 minutes or he would kill her, according to court records.

Attorney, John J. McCarthy, said a county police officer saw a person sitting in the car for about an hour and a half ago. That person, the prosecutor said, was Miss Norwood, “trying to decide what to do.”

Prosecutors said the motive for the murder might have been stolen Murray objects that are in the bag from Miss Norwood.

Mr. McCarthy announced Thursday that it serves as the chief prosecutor of the case with Deputy Prosecutor Mary Buenos State.

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