BELTON — Attorneys for a man charged with capital murder of a police officer and three counts of attempted capital murder tried to get mental health records from Killeen SWAT officers who were at the scene when a detective was shot and killed almost five years ago.

The hearing in the 27th Judicial District Court on Thursday was the latest in a series of pre-trial hearings in the Marvin Louis Guy capital murder case. Guy, 53, is in the Bell County Jail on a $5.5 million bond on four capital felonies and is accused of shooting Killeen detective and SWAT team leader Charles “Chuck” Dinwiddie on May 9, 2014, when officers tried to serve a no-knock warrant at Guy’s home on Circle M Drive in Killeen.

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