2nd trial for man accused of killing nightclub security guard underway

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Robert Teon Ingram (WGHP)

GREENSBORO, N.C. — The second trial for a man accused of killing a nightclub security guard in Greensboro is now underway.

Robert Teon Ingram is charged with first-degree murder in the death of 54-year-old Winfred Hunt, who was fatally shot after breaking up a fight at the former Players Club at 2507 High Point Road on Feb. 18, 2011. The suspect turned himself in three days after the shooting.

Ingram went on trial in April, but the judge declared a mistrial during deliberations. Juror number four reportedly said he could no longer deliberate because his brother gave him details about the shooting.

The jury in Ingram’s retrial was selected Monday. Opening statements are expected Tuesday morning. The prosecution will begin presenting evidence once the opening statements are complete.

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