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Suspect faces trial in killing of Kan. dog expert

Published on -9/4/2013, 7:03 PM

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KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) -- A Missouri man has been ordered to stand trial in last year's killing of a well-known dog breeder from Kansas City, Kan.

The Kansas City Star reports (http://bit.ly/1fzSKQo ) a Wyandotte County judge on Wednesday bound 50-year-old Darrell Lee Broxton over for trial on charges of first-degree murder, theft and auto burglary.

Broxton, of Kansas City, Mo., is accused in the December 2012 death of 69-year-old Peter Belmont Jr. in the older man's Kansas City, Kan., home. A doctor testified during the preliminary hearing that Belmont had been attacked with a sharp implement, such as a hatchet.

Belmont raised Afghan hounds and was internationally known on the dog show circuit as a judge and handler. He had also taught art in the city's public schools for many years before retiring.

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