The Hannibal man charged in connection with the 2015 shooting death of his father will appear for a jury trial next March in Paris.

The Hannibal man charged in connection with the 2015 shooting death of his father will appear for a jury trial next March in Paris.

Carl S. Goldberg, of Las Vegas, faces charges of second degree murder and armed criminal action stemming from the death of his father, Carl Maxwell. Judge David Mobley scheduled Goldberg's three-day trial from Wednesday, March 7 through Friday, March 9, at the Monroe County Courthouse in Paris. Goldberg previously was granted a request for a change of venue by Judge David Mobley on Wednesday, June 7, and Judge Rachel Bringer Shepherd granted Goldberg's requests for a change of judge and venue in March 2016. Public defender Jennifer Richardson represents Goldberg. Marion County Prosecuting Attorney David Clayton represents the state.

Goldberg allegedly told Hannibal investigators that he “snapped” and picked up a loaded crossbow in his bedroom, shooting Maxwell in the head and the chest. He then placed the lifeless body inside the deep freezer in a Broadway home.

Following an extensive investigation by Hannibal Police Department officials, U.S. Marshals arrested Goldberg for an active warrant on Oct. 14, 2015, in Las Vegas.

He remains incarcerated in the Marion County Jail on a $1 million cash-only bond.

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