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Three fixtures in the Alexandria community, all as prominent as they were loved, were gunned down inside their homes for reasons that elude police.
(Jahi Chikwendiu / The Washington Post)
At a hearing attended by family members of his 3 victims, he rambled and again sparred with the judge.
(Matt McClain / The Washington Post)
Matt Zapotosky and Justin Jouvenal
A jury recommended a sentence of life in prison without parole.
(Nikki Kahn / The Washington Post)
The case of Charles Severance, accused of three slayings in Alexandria, goes to the jury.
(Jabin Botsford / The Washington Post)
Patricia Sullivan and Matt Zapotosky
Severance is charged in the slayings of three Alexandria residents. Closing arguments are expected Wednesday.
(Cliff Owen / AP)
Defense attorneys for Charles Severance will now begin presenting evidence to jurors.
(Matt Mcclain / AP)
The trial of alleged Alexandria serial killer Charles Severance began Thursday.
There will be a variety of circumstantial evidence used at Charles Severance’s trial this week.
Charles Severance, accused of fatally shooting three people, also refused to answer basic questions.
Charles Severance’s attorneys may argue that Nancy Dunning was killed by her husband, James, in 2003.
(Brittany Greeson / The Washington Post)
They are weighing whether to call a man who was incarcerated with Charles Severance as a witness.
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