(DALLAS, Tx.) County Court Report: After about four hours of deliberations Thursday night, a jury resumed their work Friday — just after 8:30 a.m. — in deciding the fate of accused serial killer Billy Chemirmir, who is on trial for the 2018 murder of Lu Thi Harris in her home #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Nov.21: After about an hour behind closed doors the jury light came on and it was learned they sent a note indicating that a single juror was holding up a decision in the case.

#AceDailyNews Court Report: Jury Deliberations Continue Friday In Capital Murder Trial Of Accused Texas Serial Killer Billy Chemirmir according to November 19, 2021 at 10:45 am:

“One of the jurors will not deliberate from her vote” reads the note.

The response from the court:
“Please continue the deliberations.”@CBSDFWpic.twitter.com/9evesn35ev

— Andrea Lucia (@CBS11Andrea) November 19, 2021

District Judge Raquel Jones took everything into consideration and then said, “I’m inclined to send back. Please continue your deliberations. Period.”

The jury began deliberations around 3:45 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 18 and by 7:45 p.m., they decided to stop for the night.

The defense team requested the jury be sequestered.

The judge denied the request.

Chemirmir faces life in prison without parole.

Prosecutors decided not to seek the death penalty.

Chemirmir, 48, was arrested in March 2018 after 91-year-old Mary Annis Bartel survived an attack by a man who forced his way into her apartment at a senior living community in Plano.

The man told her “don’t fight me” as he tried to smother her with a pillow and left with jewelry.

When police tracked Chemirmir to his nearby apartment the next day, he was holding jewelry and cash.

A jewelry box police say he had just thrown away led them to a Dallas home, where Harris was dead in her bedroom, lipstick smeared on her pillow.

After his arrest, authorities announced they would review hundreds of deaths, signaling the possibility that a serial killer had been stalking older people.

Over the following years, the number of people Chemirmir was accused of killing grew to at least 18.

Most of the victims were killed at independent living communities for older people, where Chemirmir allegedly forced his way into apartments or posed as a handyman.

He’s also accused of killing women in private homes, including the widow of a man he had cared for in his job as an at-home caregiver.

Chemirmir’s attorney called the evidence against their client circumstantial.

#AceNewsDesk report …………Published: Nov.21: 2021:

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