A judge is deciding whether to throw out statements made to investigators by a teen charged in a deadly Ohio Craigslist robbery scheme.
Brogan Rafferty, who was then 16, told investigators that holes were dug on property in eastern Ohio to bury intended victims. Rafferty said he didn't shoot anyone, instead blaming alleged accomplice Richard Beasley.
Rafferty is suspected of helping 52-year-old Beasley lure victims with bogus job offers.
Three men were killed last year in Noble and Summit counties after responding to what authorities said was a bogus online job posting.
The Akron Beacon Journal reports that Rafferty's attorneys are trying to get taped statements thrown out as evidence, claiming he was coerced to talk.
A hearing on the matter concluded Friday in Summit County Common Pleas court.