BELTON — The twelve black chairs in the jury box sat empty in the 27th Judicial District Court on Wednesday morning, but during a pre-trial hearing the judge heard testimony from Killeen police officers who were involved in the no-knock narcotics search warrant during which a respected detective was killed more than five years ago.

Marvin Guy, 54, is in the Bell County Jail on a $5.5 million bond on four capital felonies, accused of shooting Killeen police Detective Charles “Chuck” Dinwiddie on May 9, 2014, when officers tried to serve the warrant at Guy’s home on Circle M Drive in Killeen.

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