Timothy Larson’s widow testified Friday morning that her husband’s relationship with Timothy Huber soured after Huber allowed the Larsons to hunt deer on his father’s land in 2005 and then accused the Larsons of allowing other people to hunt on the property in northern Kandiyohi County.
The West Central Tribune reports Debra Larson also said that her husband asked her to make banana bread to bring to Timothy and Delbert Huber’s home because not many people were nice to the Hubers and the Larsons were going to be nice to the Hubers.
Debra Larson was the first of 11 witnesses to testify during a hearing before District Judge Donald M. Spilseth in the first-degree murder case against 47-year-old Timothy Huber of Paynesville for his role in the October 2011 shooting death of Timothy Larson.
Huber and his father, Delbert, were indicted on first- and second-degree murder charges in the case. The 43-year-old Larson, of Albertville, was killed Oct. 8, 2011, on his father’s rural Belgrade property after a confrontation with the Hubers.