Jury: Carr guilty of trespass and resisting arrest

NORWICH — After just more than a half an hour of deliberation and reviwing all evidence, on Friday morning, a jury of six found Kevin J. Carr guilty of the charges of trespass and resisting arrest for an incident that occurred on Aug. 3 of this year.

Once the jury of six reached a verdict, they re-appeared in front of Judge Hon. James E. Downey, Assistant District Attorney Laura Parker, District Attorney Joseph A. McBride and Ronald Benjamin who represented Kevin Carr. They then received the news of a guilty verdict for both charges.

Benjamin then requested a pool in the jury to be stated on the record. Downey asked the six jurors individually what their verdict was on the charges against Mr. Carr. Each juror found the defendant, Kevin J. Carr to be guilty of trespassing and resisting arrest.

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