Memory hazy, abductee testifies at hearing

But certain of parole absconder’s involvement in LR slaying, he says

Posted: August 13, 2014 at 5:02 a.m.

Darrell Dennis is shown in this file photo.

Darrell Dennis is shown in this file photo.

The last man known to have seen Forrest Abrams alive said Tuesday that he does not clearly remember everything that happened on the May 2013 night when he and the 18-year-old Abrams were abducted, testifying that he had been drinking alcohol and using drugs for hours beforehand.

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