Jurors Hear Voicemails In Roe Trial

Reported by: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 8/08/2013 11:36 pm

Jurors heard voicemails today from Marty Roe, the man accused of killing Dr. Martha Post in Lexington in September of 2011.

Prosecutors said the voicemails were left on Post’s iPhone. They said there were also text message from Roe on her phone too.

In the messages heard in court, Roe would ask Post to come see him. He told her he loved her, and wanted to know if Post loved him too.

Prosecutors said Roe was obsessed with Post and was upset she wasn’t returning his calls.

The trial has wrapped up for the week. It’s scheduled to resume Monday morning, where the prosecution could wrap-up its case and then the defense will take over.

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