Jury seated in road rage homicide trial of Krisroy Lloyd
A jury has been selected in the trial of Krisroy Lloyd, a man accused of killing a 20-year-old during a road rage incident in 2017.
Opening statements are scheduled to start on Wednesday.
Lloyd, 48, was offered a plea deal in exchange for 33 years but he declined.
The jury was seated on the first day of jury selection. It is comprised of six people and two alternates.
He is accused of shooting and killing Aden Wright after the two argued at the intersection of Leonard Boulevard North and Leonard Boulevard South on Sept. 14, 2017.
Lloyd, a convicted felon, is charged with second-degree murder
After he declined to take the plea deal, Judge Bruce Kyle, who is presiding over the case, reminded him he could face a life sentence.