The fate of a man accused of murdering three women in a Powell apartment is now in a jury's hands.
Late Friday afternoon, the jury began deliberations in the trial of Paul Clifford Moore. He's charged with three counts of first degree murder.
Deputies arrested Moore back in May of 2012...following the shooting deaths of his wife, Christina Moore, her twin sister, Bridgette Stagnolia, and Amber Snellings.
Testimony began Tuesday afternoon in the trial of a man accused of murdering three women, including his wife.
Paul Clifford Moore, Jr. is charged with three counts of first degree murder in the deaths of his wife, 39-year-old Christina Moore, her twin sister Bridgett Stagnolia, and 24-year-old Amber Sellings. The three were shot to death at the couple's apartment on Old Clinton Pike in Powell in May 2012.
Family members of the women believe that Moore was targeting his wife for a domestic-related issue, and the other two women were in the wrong place at the wrong time. Investigators said Moore told them he remembered shooting his wife, but not the other two women.