Nicholas Schwieterman, left, confers with Dayton attorneys Scott Calaway, center, and Marc Ross during a motion hearing Friday at Mercer County Common Pleas Court. Security was much in evidence as people filed through a metal detector before entering the courtroom. Nearly 50 people were turned away because there was not enough space.
An expert witness testified Friday afternoon that a Chickasaw man charged in connection with a quadruple fatal accident had more than alcohol in his blood and cocaine metabolites in his urine when he allegedly drove through a stop sign near St. Sebastian on March 15. [More