Jurors Hear Frantic 911 Call and Victim's Last Words In Austin Jones Murder Trial
GAINESVILLE - Today in the Austin Jones murder trial, jurors heard a neighbor's frantic 911 call shortly after Paul Quandt was badly beaten.
Virginia Grisson made the call after she says Quandt showed up on her doorstep bloody and unrecognizable until he called her name pleading for help.
The state attorney's office tried to show how Quandt was an elderly man bound most of the time to an electric scooter...and how he posed no physical threat to Jones.
During the call, the jurors leaned in to listen, Quandt's family members teared up, and Jones looked nervous.
The trial is expected to wrap up on Friday, and make sure you stay with TV20 as we bring you all the updates leading up to a verdict.
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