OSKALOOSA, Kan. (WIBW)_ Law enforcement officers took to the stand Wednesday in the second day of trial for the man accused of killing a Jefferson County farmer.
Adam Hooper is charged with killing 50-year-old Dale Kingsbury.
Jury selection took place Tuesday morning and testimony began that afternoon. Kingsbury's widow, Jeannie Kingsbury, was the first to testify, followed by two law enforcement officers.
Dale Kingsbury's body was found in a cistern at his own farm last summer, where Hooper was staying in exchange for work.
Hooper underwent a mental evaluation and was found competent to stand trial.
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