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Kuebler Murder Trial

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Prosecutors continue to call more witnesses in the Charles "Louie" Kuebler murder trial. He's accused in the 2010 shooting death of Tamara Stuckey.

During Thursday's testimony there were more details released about the events at their Belhaven apartment the night she was killed. Erin Aruck testified they had just met Kuebler and Stuckey while swimming June 30th 2010, the evening Stuckey was fatally shot.

Aruck testified that later on, around 2 am, Kuebler was heard screaming from inside his apartment. When he went to investigate, he found Tamara Stuckey, with a gunshot wound to the head.   "I had the unfortunate vision of her, I saw her head, I could tell she had been shot also Louie told me he had held a gun to her head so I knew she had been shot," said Aruck. 

Aruck went on to say Kuebler told him the gun play aroused Stuckey, but her family says that's simply not true.  "Everybody knows that's not true she hated guns it's very disturbing he would say some thing like that," said her sister Lawanda Hall.

Kuebler and his attorney's maintain the shooting was a mistake. But Stuckey's family says if it was, he's shown no signs of regret.

Hall said, "He has no remorse for what he's done he's over there smiling, he has never shown emotion or remorse. There's still not enough justice for what he's done even if he gets life in prison, there's still not enough justice."

Also testifying Thursday was Louisiana State Trooper John Dauzat. He arrested Kuebler this past summer, after he violated his bond by cutting off a monitoring device, leaving the state, and fleeing from officers after a traffic stop. A videotape of the dash cam was shown in court, of the high speed chase over 70 miles per hour, and through peoples yards, that led to Kuebler's arrest.

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