JACKSON, Tenn. (AP) - Attorneys in Jackson are spending a second day picking a jury to hear the murder case against a man accused of killing his wife and two other state workers at a T-DOT garage.
David Lynn Jordan is charged with first-degree murder and other felonies. He's accused of going to the state garage where his estranged wife, Donna Jordan, worked on January eleventh, 2005, and fatally shooting her, veteran Forestry Division worker Jerry Hopper of Enville and deliveryman David Gordon of Medina.
Two other T-DOT workers were wounded in the shootings. Jackson Police Department officers arrested Jordan without resistance about a half-hour after the shootings.
Police say Jordan's pickup truck cab contained a rifle, a shotgun, two semi-automatic pistols and several ammunition clips.