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Schoeck: Ross knew of plans to kill my husband
Ross accused of helping in Valentine's Day 2010 slaying
Stacey Schoeck testifies Thursday morning as a state’s witness in the trial of Lynitra Ross at Hall County Superior Court in Gainesville. Ross is accused of being the go-between for Schoeck and accused triggerman Reginald Coleman in the death of Schoeck's husband, Richard, who was killed at Belton Bridge Park in Lula on Valentine’s Day in 2010. - photo by SARA GUEVARA
Lynitra Ross knew that she was helping to plan Richard Schoeck’s murder, Stacey Schoeck told a courtroom Thursday. Stacey Schoeck spent some seven hours on the stand in Hall County Superior Court on Thursday as the state’s key witness in Ross’ trial. Ross is charged with malice murder, accused of helping Stacey Schoeck hire a hit man — alleged to be Ross’ on-again-off-again boyfriend Reginald Coleman — to kill Richard Schoeck in 2010.