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Jury Continues Deliberations In Berkshire Triple Murder

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The jury continues to deliberate in the case of a North Adams man charged with helping kill three Pittsfield men.

The Hampden Superior Court jury began deliberating Monday afternoon for two hours and has yet to return a verdict after nearly 14 additional hours Tuesday and Wednesday.

Prosecutors say 47-year-old David Chalue was one of three men who carried out the killings in August 2011 of David Glasser, Robert Chadwell and Edward Frampton. Chalue has pleaded not guilty to nine charges - three counts each of murder, kidnapping and witness intimidation.

The ringleader, Adam Lee Hall, has already been convicted. He is currently serving three life consecutive sentences. The Berkshire Eagle reports the jury in that case took about 17 hours across four days before returning guilty verdicts on 15 of 19 charges.

Jim is WAMC’s Assistant News Director and hosts WAMC's flagship news programs: Midday Magazine, Northeast Report and Northeast Report Late Edition. Email: jlevulis@wamc.org
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