Judge Rules on Evidence in JSU Student Death

By: The Associated Press
By: The Associated Press

Prosecutors will be allowed to use the statements and evidence obtained from a Greenville man accused of killing Jackson State University student Latasha Norman.

Hinds County Circuit Court Judge Swan Yerger this week denied Stanley Cole's motion to suppress his statements and disallow the physical evidence.

The 25-year-old Cole is accused of killing Norman, his 20-year-old ex-girlfriend, in November 2007. No trial date has been set.

Norman's decomposed body was discovered in a wooded area in Jackson days after she had been reported missing.

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  • by Anymous Location: MS on Jul 17, 2009 at 04:06 PM
    I attend JSU and this who situation hurt my heart. She was a good girl and he should die in jail. He is such a evil man and she did not deserve to die. Domestic Violence must come to a stop because we are losing to many innocent women to fools.
  • by Anonymous on Jul 17, 2009 at 02:24 PM
    they should hang him
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