Six People Selected Through Two Days Of Jury Selection For Jamestown Man’s Murder Trial

MAYVILLE – Thursday marks the third day of jury selection in the murder trial of Jamestown man David Waggoner, and a Chautauqua County Court Clerk told WNYNewsNow Thursday morning that six jurors have been sworn in as of Wednesday afternoon. 

According to the clerk, six more jurors are needed plus alternate (s). The clerk added that arguments and opening statements will start the day after jury selection is completed. Waggoner is charged with second-degree murder in the death of 30-year-old William J. Michishima.

Jamestown Police said that Waggoner allegedly shot and killed Michishima with a single gunshot wound to the head at 114 Livingston Ave. in Jamestown last July.

Waggoner was indicted in Chautauqua County Court last August. He remains in Chautauqua County Jail on $1 million bail.

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