• Jury selection underway in trial for men accused of killing nonprofit worker, mother

    By: Angela Jacobs


    ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. - Jury selection has moved into its second day for the trial of two men accused of murder in a 2016 drive-by shooting in Parramore that killed a nonprofit worker and a mother of three.


    Read: Murder trial underway in killing of nonprofit worker, mother


    Lavon Shinn and his co-defendant, Christopher Miller are charged with two counts of second-degree murder in the deaths of Gino Nicolas, 24, and Tanya Skeen, 46.



    Police said the victims were innocent bystanders.

    A judge has ordered the arrest of a material witness who hasn't shown up to court to testify. Prosecutors said the man ignored subpoenas and voicemails.

    "Obviously the state's expending a lot of effort in getting this witness. He has to be important to the state's case," WFTV legal expert Bill Sheaffer said.


    Read: Orlando police arrest 2 in killings of nonprofit worker, woman


    Detectives believe the deadly shooting stemmed from a past fight at a downtown nightclub.

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