BRUNSWICK — Attorneys for a Brunswick man facing the death penalty say prosecutors have not shared evidence cited by the police chief in the 2009 slayings of eight people found dead inside a mobile home.
Defense lawyers for Guy Heinze Jr. want a judge to order prosecutors to disclose that evidence. The request was among 49 defense motions filed Monday, including one seeking to dismiss the case by questioning the caliber of the grand jury.
The Brunswick News reports (http://bit.ly/IIfHlV ) Glynn County Police Chief Matt Doering said during a September 2009 news conference that "two pieces of evidence or information" led police to arrest Heinze, whose father was among the victims.
Heinze's attorneys say prosecutors didn't respond when asked about that evidence in routine discovery.