Jury Heads Into Day Two Of Deliberations In Cedar Rapids Triple Murder Case

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(Cedar Rapids, IA) -- A Linn County Jury is heading into a second day of deliberations today in a Cedar Rapids triple murder case.

The prosecution and defense presented closing arguments in Alex Jackson’s trial yesterday morning.

The jury deliberated for about four hours before deciding to go into a second day.

Jackson is accused of killing his mother Melissa, his father Jan, and his sister Sabrina in 2021.

He claims someone broke into the home and killed his family despite investigators saying there’s no evidence of a break-in.

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