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Posted: 10:15 a.m. Friday, Sept. 14, 2012
GASTONIA, N.C. —
The trial of a Gaston County man accused of stabbing someone in the heart is to continue today.
The testimony in Adrian Epps' case began Thursday.
Epps could be sentenced to life if he convicted of killing Antwan McGill after the two got into a fight in May.
Epps' cousin was in a relationship with McGill at the time.
Epps' cousin, Anitra Robinson, took the stand on Thursday and told jurors that her boyfriend pushed her out of the way before he was stabbed.
"I guess he was looking at me when he pushed me back. That's when Adrian reached through the screen with a knife and stabbed him," said Robinson.
Police say McGill was leaving when Epps grabbed the knife.
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