Defendant Testifies That He Made Too Much Money Growing Pot to Kill McKinney Man for Hire

McKINNEY — Accused of killing a McKinney man in 2015 after being paid by the man's wife and boyfriend, Ronald Rosser took the stand Monday in his capital murder trial to tell the jury about a number of other crimes.Namely, that he ran a pot-growing operation out of his garage that was so successful, he wouldn't have needed to resort to murder-for-hire to pay his debts."I wasn't desperate for money," Rosser told the jury. An estimate that he made $60,000 to $70,000 annually from his marijuana business "would be very modest," he said.  Continue reading...

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