Rail yard murder trial set to begin in Klamath Falls

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Jury selection got underway Monday for a Klamath Falls man charged with murder.

James Harold Forshee is accused of shooting and killing his supervisor Emery Connor.

The shooting happened in April of 2014 at the Klamath Falls rail yard on Laverne Avenue.

Investigators say the victim had been shot multiple times.

Forshee was arrested at the scene.

The jury is being chosen from a pool of over 90 potential jurors.

The trial is scheduled for 8 days.


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