Attorneys are trying to figure out the best way to choose jurors as the trial date nears for the man accused of killing Sandusky police Officer Andrew Dunn.
Kevin Randleman's trial is set for Jan. 23. Attorneys have to choose a jury from 800 registered voters whose names were selected in a special drawing last week.
Erie County Common Pleas Court Judge Tygh Tone said he's still aiming to maintain the Jan. 23 start date in the capital murder case. Randleman is accused of shooting and killing Dunn on March 19 when the officer stopped him for riding a bicycle without lights.
To read more about the jury selection process, pick up Thursday's Register.