Tammy and Sidney Moorer enter court in Conway on Monday for pre-trial motions on charges of obstruction of justice related to the case of Heather Elvis who has been missing since December 18, 2013. Audio of a police interview with the Moorer was played for judge R. Markley Dennis to determine whether evidence gained from the interview should be suppressed. Moorer's trial is scheduled to start on Aug. 28, 2017.
Tammy and Sidney Moorer enter court in Conway on Monday for pre-trial motions on charges of obstruction of justice related to the case of Heather Elvis who has been missing since December 18, 2013. Audio of a police interview with the Moorer was played for judge R. Markley Dennis to determine whether evidence gained from the interview should be suppressed. Moorer's trial is scheduled to start on Aug. 28, 2017. JASON LEE jlee@thesunnews.com
Tammy and Sidney Moorer enter court in Conway on Monday for pre-trial motions on charges of obstruction of justice related to the case of Heather Elvis who has been missing since December 18, 2013. Audio of a police interview with the Moorer was played for judge R. Markley Dennis to determine whether evidence gained from the interview should be suppressed. Moorer's trial is scheduled to start on Aug. 28, 2017. JASON LEE jlee@thesunnews.com

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