The trial for a former 911 supervisor accused of killing his police officer wife two years ago was moved on Monday to May 21, online records show.
Harry Goodan, 41, was arrested in December 2010 when he summoned police to the Tryon Road apartment he shared with his wife, Jamie Ellyn Goodan, and son, Nicholas, now 9.
A police report of the incident said Goodan told officers he had shot his wife, a Longview police officer since 1998. The report, partially released under an open records request, says the couple had been fighting and that the husband struck Goodan to the ground.
It also says he didn’t recall shooting her.
Goodan faces up to life in prison on the murder charge in 124th District Judge Alfonso Charles’ courtroom.
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