Gabe Parker

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  The former Marshall County High School student charged with killing two classmates and injuring more than a dozen others during a shooting on Jan. 23, 2018, pleaded guilty to all charges in Marshall Circuit Court on Tuesday. 

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Attorneys in the case involving the alleged Marshall County High School shooter Gabe Parker met in Marshall County Friday for a status hearing.

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  Marshall County Circuit Court Judge James Jameson heard testimony Monday from several witnesses to consider a motion filed to suppress statements to police made by alleged Marshall County High School shooter Gabe Parker, as evidence for the upcoming trial in 2020. Parker is being tried as an adult on two counts of murder and several counts of assualt after last year’s shooting that killed two students and injured fourteen others. 

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Attorneys representing accused Marshall County High School shooter Gabe Parker filed this week a motion to suppress statements he made to police following the shooting that killed two students and injured several others.  

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The trial for the teenager accused in the Marshall County High School shooting is moving to Christian County.

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Commonwealth’s Attorney Dennis Foust wants to keep the trial of the teenager accused in the Marshall County High School shooting as close to home as possible.

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Lawyers for the teenager accused of shooting classmates at Marshall County High School last year requested on Monday a change of venue for the trial.

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Marshall County Circuit Court saw two hearings Tuesday morning in civil cases involving the parents of Marshall County High School shooting victims and alleged shooter Gabe Parker and his parents.

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A trial date and a hearing on whether to change the trial’s venue have been set for the alleged Marshall County High School shooter, after a status hearing Friday.

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Marshall County Attorney Jason Darnall said a status hearing set for March 8 could determine a court date for the alleged Marshall County High School shooter. 

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