2015 trial window set in Beauregard Town killing
BATON ROUGE - A man accused of killing a Baton Rouge woman and attempting to kill her daughter four years ago may go to trial next summer.
Aramis Jackson, of Baton Rouge, is charged with first degree murder for killing 42-year old Alexandra Engler and shooting at her daughter Ariana six times back in September of 2010 in Beauregard Town. According to investigators, DNA linked Jackson to the crime scene.
Jackson could face the death penalty if convicted.
Judge Marcella set another status hearing on Oct. 31. Trial has also been set starting between July 6, 2015 and Aug. 7, 2015.
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