OJ Stapleton Editor
June 6, 2014
Tim Claytor was found not guilty of murder and manslaughter on Friday by a Logan County jury.
Claytor was found guilty of reckless homicide, however, the least of the four charges the Circuit Court jury could have convicted him of.
Claytor was charged by the with murder for shooting and killing 46-year-old Dale Holloway on Aug. 30, 2012.
The conviction of reckless homicide carries a jail term of one to five years in prison. The length of the term will be determined by the jury on Wednesday.
If convicted of murder, Claytor could have faced life in prison.