Testimony Continues in Trial for Jewelry Store Founder's Accused Killer

Testimony continues in the felony murder trial of a man charged with killing a 77-year-old Lecompton man.

Prosecutors say Allen Dale Smith and his cousin Leonard Price shot Clarence Boose in 2005. Boose and his wife founded David's Jewelers in downtown Topeka in 1968.

Prosecutors say Boose was shot in the head when he surprised Smith and Price during a burglary at Boose's home. Smith's trial continues.

Price pleaded guilty to felony murder in February of 2007. In agreeing to the plea, he told prosecutors he was not the trigger-man and turned Smith in.


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