New evidence was submitted Tuesday in the murder trial against a Missoula jail inmate

MISSOULA – New evidence was submitted Tuesday in the murder trial against a Missoula jail inmate. The lead detective in the Carressa Hardy case answered questions about evidence taken from Hardy’s cell, including a bible with violent notations against his children’s mother, who was the only witness to the alleged murder, as well as depictions of physical harm to prosecutors in his case. Hardy faces two felony counts of homicide and intent to commit murder.
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