A jury will hear closing arguments in the trial of Daniel Marsh, the teen accused of brutally killing two seniors in Davis in 2013.
Daniel Marsh was 15 at the time of he allegedly murdered Chip Northup and his wife Claudia Maupin in the couple’s bed.
Marsh was just 15 when he allegedly went to 40 to 50 homes searching to unlocked windows and doors before killing Claudia Maupin and her husband Chip Northup.
Opening statements will begin Tuesday in the trial of a Davis teenager accused of stabbing an elderly couple to death last year.
According to other testimony, both were stabbed more than 60 times each. Claudia begged him to stop as she died. Prosecutors say Marsh confessed to then mutilating their bodies.
During a preliminary hearing, investigators testified they not only had a detailed confession of stabbing each victim dozens of times, but they say he admitted he had thought about killing people since he was 10.
The Davis teenager charged in the brutal murder of an elderly couple will be back in court today.
While a motive may never be known, CBS13 obtained court documents that show a list of the suspect’s apparent mental issues.
Shackled in a shirt and tie, showing little emotion, Daniel Marsh, 16, asked for a public defender, saying he couldn’t afford counsel.
The 16-year-old accused in the stabbing death of an elderly Davis couple is headed to court for the first time Wednesday.
Daniel Marsh, 16, is accused of killing Chip Northup, 87, and his 76-year-old wife, Claudia Maupin, in April.
According to Northup’s family, the couple was found laying in their bed. Family members called police after not hearing from the couple. Without any obvious motive—the Northups say nothing was taken from the couple’s home—they are at a loss.