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SOMERVILLE -- Somerset County Superior Court Judge Bradford M. Bury declared a mistrial on Friday in the attempted first-degree murder trial of a Linden man accused of stabbing a teenage woman 17 times and repeatedly hitting her in the head with a barbell in an attack in her home Discount Newport 100S Cigarettes.

Winston Wilson (Somerset County Prosecutor's Office)

Winston Wilson, now 26, had been charged with first-degree attempted murder, first-degree robbery, two counts of third-degree possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose - a barbell and knife - and third-degree theft.

The jury, which began deliberations on May 24 Online Newport Cigarette Store, told the judge on Friday that they were hopelessly deadlocked on all charges. The trial lasted six weeks.

Assistant Prosecutor Matthew Murphy said the state plans to retry the case. Defense attorney Todd Hess represented Wilson.

The judge didn't immediately set a date for the retrial. Wilson will remain in Somerset County Jail.

Wilson, aka "Jesus," is accused of trying to kill an 18-year-old senior at Franklin Township High School, after she allegedly "embarrassed him" by throwing him out of her parent's home Buy Newport Cigarettes Wholesale.

On Friday, April 25, 2014, the teenager invited several friends, including Wilson, who had previously dated her Cheap Cartons Of Cigarettes, over to make marijuana brownies and smoke the drug, said the prosecution. The teenager managed to make it to a neighbor's home and the police were called.

At the scene, police discovered the teen, who was suffering from head injuries and stab wounds. Police asked her who did this and she said Cigarettes Online Free Shipping, "boyfriend, Winston," the prosecution said.

She was taken to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, where she underwent emergency open-heart surgery.

The defense argued that Wilson didn't commit the crime although Wilson admitted he was in the home earlier in the evening. Hess claimed the victim never saw her attacker and didn't remember what happened. He said her recollection of the attack was formed and tainted by her conversations with police.<br/>related article :<br/> Marlboro Light Menthols
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