Testimony Begins in Huber Trial 26 Apr 13

The trial of Timothy Huber, for his role in the murder of Timothy Larson, began Thursday with testimony from Larson’s widow, Debra, and from Huber’s father, Delbert, who is already in prison for the October 2011 killing of the Albertville man.

The West Central Tribune reports prosecutors also played an audio recording of the 911 call that Delbert Huber made to report the killing to Kandiyohi County dispatch about 12 hours after he had shot and killed Larson on Larson’s father’s property in northern Kandiyohi County.

Timothy Huber, 47, of rural Paynesville, is standing trial on first- and second-degree murder charges in the case. He and his father were indicted on the charges for killing Larson, 43, on Oct. 8, 2011, after a confrontation over allegedly stolen money and tractor parts and alleged vandalism of the Hubers’ farm tractors.