Yeiter said he killed; would do it again

Taped confession allowed to be enforced in capital murder trial set to begin this Monday

Jury selection for the capital murder trial of a Jay man who is accused of killing his father-in-law outside a church in Escambia County, Ala., on Oct. 27, 2014, will begin Monday and jurors will be able to listen to a taped confession the suspect made following a suppression hearing Tuesday before Escambia County Circuit Judge Bert Rice.

If convicted of capital murder Yeiter will either be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole or death.

Brett Richard Yeiter, 51, with a last address listed on Little Paul Lane, in Jay, was arrested several days after the killing by Texas...

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