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Twin Falls Times News (Newspaper) - August 8, 2015, Twin Falls, Idaho Saturday a August a 2015 jury indicts suspects in slaying Benton Smith Bsmith magic Valley. Com twin Falls a a Man accused of murdering the son of a prominent twin Falls Developer was a thirsty to kill and targeted people Selling cars to Rob and kill them an indictment says. A grand jury met this week and indicted Jacob Lyn Marshall 20, and Jerry Burton Kimball 22, on first degree murder and other charges in the death of Kent Storrer the son of Developer Gary Storrer. Wounded in the shooting was Jasper Qualls Kent Storrer s son in Law. Testimony to grand juries is sealed but court document show the jury heard testimony from the family of the shooting victims. The indictment reveals new details in the Case painting Marshall As driven to kill and Kimball As a will ing accomplice. On july 23, Qualls listed his 1991 Mitsubishi 3000 for Sale on Craig list. The next Day Marshall put an ar-15 Rifle in Kimballs car with the plan to use it to Rob and kill people who had advertised cars for Sale the indictment said. July 25, Kimball drove Marshall to several locations to meet people who were Selling cars. That evening the two met at the Storrer House to test drive the Mitsubishi. After the drive Marshall shot Storrer killing him and shot and injured Qualls court documents said. The two men then fled in the car. Marshall was arrested about la . That Day after he rammed a police car with the stolen Mitsubishi police said. Kimball turned himself in the next Day. In Kimball t i Marshall the two were each scheduled for preliminary hearings Friday but those hearings were cancelled once the grand jury returned with its decision. Marshall and Kimball were each indicted wednesday on counts of first degree murder conspiracy to commit first degree murder robbery conspiracy to commit robbery Battery with the intent to commit a serious felony and conspiracy to commit Battery with the intent to commit a serious felony. Several of Marshall a charges have weapon enhancements that could Lead to a longer prison sentence if he is convicted. The men were arraigned Friday in twin Falls county magistrate court on the charges Laid out in the indictments and will be moved to District court next week. Until then the men Are being held without Bond at the twin Falls county jail. Prosecutors can choose to seek the death penalty in first degree murder cases. A that is not a decision we Are making yet a twin Falls county prosecutor Grant loebs said. A i have Only had the Case about a week and there is a lot of input that goes into it. We talk to victims family and defense Marshall is scheduled to be arraigned into District court aug. La and Kimball is scheduled to be arraigned aug. 17.hog wild 5 to know about fall semester Julie Wootton Wootton mag cd amp Uey com twin Falls a summer is almost Over for College of Southern Idaho students. A new semester starts aug. 24. Admissions director Gail Schull encourages students who have questions or need help with registration to Call or come to Campus soon. A the closer we get to the first Day of school the busier it will be a she said. Here Are five things to know about Csiss fall semester How to get registration help Sci is reaching out to prospective students who turned in an application but did no to Register for classes. Two weeks ago automated Calls went out to about 3,000 people. And admissions staff made follow up Calls. Its not too late to Register for classes. To provide extra help Sci is extending office hours at its twin Falls Campus. Participating departments include the registrars office admissions Bookstore financial Aid and advising. Here Are the extended hours 8 .-7 . Thursday aug. 13 7 .-7 . Wednesday through Friday aug. 19 21 and 7 . -7 . Monday through Friday aug. 24 28 beginning monday the Sci tasting Center will be open from 8 .-9 30 . Mondays through fridays and noon-5 . Saturdays. The Sci Bookstore will be open 8 .-6 . Mondays through fridays aug. 17-28. It will also be open from to . -5 . Saturday aug. 22 and to . -2 . Saturday aug. 29. Events for new students this summer Sci held a dozen new student orientations. The last one is tuesday. A ifs about a three hour event where students can learn More about Pima so semester. Ai Safe Harbor classic car show will be held from to . To 7 p. In. At twin fells City Park. Free admission donations of canned food items accepted. The Index Market As Buu Irwi _ m Crof Wori is comics c-4 Bridge i dear Abby cd Sod get Cli Opy Uon m Benton Smith Bsmith magic Valley. Com Jerome a rain did no to Dampen the spirits of the mud munchers the Royal slime fetches or pig Ina tors Friday night. It encouraged them. The teams of kids steeled themselves against the drizzle and prepared to climb into a 16x16 foot pen filled with mud to grab glory by its squealing snout and to drop it into a bucket. Friday night was the annual pig wrestling Competition hosted at the Depew Arena at the Jerome county fair. Although the adult Competition was cancelled this year due to difficulty finding pigs the event stayed True to its spirit. A its getting hard to get pigs because you can sell the Young ones after but not the big ones a said Wendy Robbins member of the fair Board. A you know you can Only drop them some past pig pugilist were disappointed to hear please my Pic jul Obama signs wilderness Bill with Simpson Nathan Brown Washington a Bill to protect More than 275,000 acres of wilderness in Central Idaho is now Law. President Barack Obama signed the sawtooth National recreation area and Jerry Peak wilderness additions act on Friday at about to . Mountain time. . Rep. Mike Simpson a Idaho who has been championing the legislation to protect the wilderness in Blaine and Custer counties for More than a decade was in the Oval office for the signing ceremony. The Bill passed the Senate unanimously earlier this week and the House before that. Earlier this year Simpson hammered out a version of the Bill that won the support of sen. Jim Risch a Idaho and of snowmobiles and at riders who had concerns about motorized trails being closed in earlier versions. Obama noted that Simpson a was Able to receive not a single no vote which does not happen that often a according to a Pool press account of the signing. Obama called Idaho a one of the prettiest states that we have with some of the greatest National he said Hemore inside for a Story about behind the scenes work on the wilderness Bill see Page a6 was proud to sign the Bill and congratulated Simpson and the other groups that worked on the Bill and urged people to visit the new wilderness area. A this is a remarkable area a Obama said. A it is used by fishermen Hunters rafters people taking hikes. It is not Only Beautiful but ifs also an important economic engine for the state attracting tourism creating representatives of a number of environmental groups were present for the signing Idaho conservation league executive director Rick Johnson the wilderness society Idaho regional director Craig Gehrke Pew charitable trusts project director mania Argust and sawtooth society executive director Robert Bonnie. Johnson said that while a National Monument proclamation would have protected More land the Idaho conservation league is pleased that 275,000 acres will get lasting Protection. Pima a Bill Al Stephen Reiss. Times news photos members of the mud crushers a pee wee pig wrestling team wrestle a pig into a bucket on Friday August 7, 2015, at the Jerome county the game has changed pig wrestling brings same excitement pee wee competitors wait their turn to compete at pig wrestling

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