Still no verdict in 2nd day of deliberations in Veiovis trial

Caius Veiovis is seen here in a WWLP file image from his 2014 murder trial.

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – Jurors will return on Wednesday to continue their deliberations at Hampden Superior Court Tuesday, in the triple murder trial of Caius Veiovis. He is the third of three men accused of killing David Glasser, Edward Frampton, and Robert Chadwell of Pittsfield back in 2011.

The jury deliberated for two hours on Friday before spending the entire day Monday and Tuesday considering the charges against Veivois.

Prosecutors say that Veiovis, along with Adam Lee Hall and David Chalue, abducted and killed the three men and then dumped their bodies on private property in Becket. The defense has countered that there is no physical evidence in the case, and that there is no proof that Veiovis was even with Hall and Chalue at the time of the crime.

Both Hall and Chalue have been found guilty and given three life sentences for their roles in the murders.

22News will be in the courtroom on Wednesday, and bring you the verdict live on the air and here on WWLP.com.

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