Evidence from 2006 killing can be used in Richmond County homicide trial
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If the prosecutor can bring in witnesses to prove that blood found on Seth Rouzan’s shoes in 2006 came from a homicide victim, the evidence can be used against Rouzan when he stands trial for a 2012 homicide.
Judge Daniel J. Craig issued the ruling Friday in Richmond County Superior Court, where Rouzan, 27, faces charges of murder and a weapon violation in the Aug. 21 killing of Joseph Williams II, 64.