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Mistrial declared in Worcester murder case

WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts murder trial has ended in a mistrial after the jury was unable to succeed in a unanimous verdict.

The Telegram & Gazette studies {that a} Worcester Superior Court choose declared a mistrial Monday in the case in opposition to 34-year-old Noel Inoa.

Jurors advised the choose they have been nonetheless “entrenched in opposing viewpoints” after 26 hours of deliberations.

Inoa faces murder and different prices in reference to a 2012 residence invasion in Worcester in which a person was killed and two girls have been injured.

Authorities say the victims recognized Inoa and one other man as their assailants.

But two protection witnesses stated Inoa was with them on the time of the alleged crimes.

Inoa’s lawyer, Adam Narris, stated the jury “considered the problems of identification” in the case.

A retrial is anticipated.

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