CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A trial is scheduled to begin Monday for a man accused in a north Charlotte homicide.
Investigators said Timothy Crumitie shot and killed Michael Gretsinger in an apartment on Chesthunt Place Drive in August of 2016.
Crumitie is also accused of shooting and injuring Kimberly Cherry at the same scene.
Channel 9 has followed Crumitie's past for 13 years.
He was charged in 2005 with murdering a former business partner. He spent five years in prison but charges were later dropped for lack of evidence.
In 2013, Crumitie shot and killed James Blanks. He claimed self-defense, saying Blanks broke into his home and killed his wife.
In 2014, Crumitie pleaded guilty to insurance fraud after setting his house on fire.
Channel 9 will be in court for the trial and will have updates on wsoctv.com.
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