State, Defense Rest Cases in Hunting Death Trial

By: 13 News/KVOE
By: 13 News/KVOE

Jurors could begin deliberations monday in the trial for a man charged in the hunting death of Beau Arndt.

13 News radio partner KVOE reports testimony in the involuntary manslaughter case against Theron Thomas Kent wrapped up Friday afternoon in Lyon County. In addition to manslaughter, Kent faces several hunting charges.

Arndt was shot and killed December 15th last year while hunting with two friends near Emporia. Kent said he had been firing on a coyote that morning.

A forensics expert testified test bullets fired from Kent's gun and bullet fragments found in Arndt's body don't match.


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