Laurean trial: Jury profile
By Kenneth Fine
Published in News on August 24, 2010 2:35 PM
The members of the jury who found ex-Marine Cesar Laurean guilty of first-degree murder Monday included:
* A middle-aged white woman who used to work at Cherry Hospital. She has three daughters -- the youngest, a 20-year-old -- and two grandchildren.
* A middle-aged white woman who works at O'Berry Center. She has two children and told the court that 15 years ago, she was the victim of domestic violence.
* A middle-aged white man who once served in the Marine Corps, but was never stationed at Camp Lejeune.
* A middle-aged black man who once served in the Marine Corps and was stationed at Camp Lejeune from 1985 to 1988.
* A young black woman who is a native of Jamaica. She has a 7 and a 10-year-old daughter.
* A middle-aged white woman who is married to a retired Seymour Johnson Air Force Base pilot. She is a registered nurse.
* An elderly white man who has lived in Wayne County for more than 17 years.
* A middle-aged white woman who is the manager of a restaurant located in downtown Goldsboro. She is married to a Goldsboro police officer and has a son and teenage daughter.
* An elderly white woman with five sons who works at a restaurant in Wilson.
* A middle-aged white woman who works as an accountant. She has two daughters, one of them a teenager.
* An middle-aged white man who has two daughters and one grandchild.
* A middle-aged white man who works at Franklin Bakery. He has two sons and a daughter who is about to start the eighth grade.