Trial begins for Pennsylvania man whose yard had bodies

WILKES-BARRE, Pa. — A police investigator says a Pennsylvania man initially laughed when told that authorities planned to search his property for bodies, then became nervous and repeatedly glanced at the area where police later found two corpses.

State police Lt. Richard L. Krawetz testified Wednesday at the trial of Hugo Selenski, who’s charged with strangling a pharmacist and the pharmacist’s girlfriend in 2002.

Krawetz, the trial’s first witness, says Selenski denied that any bodies were buried in the yard and even offered to help dig.

Selenski has pleaded not guilty to killing Michael Kerkowski and Tammy Fassett. Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty.

Authorities found at least five sets of human remains in Selenski’s yard in 2003. Selenski was acquitted in 2006 of killing two other people but convicted of abusing their corpses.

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Trial begins for Pennsylvania man whose yard had bodies
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