The following is a news story from WLWT website. The shooting took place in Batavia (Clermont County) 25 or so miles East of Cincinnati. http://www.wlwt.com/news/13080479/detail.html BATAVIA, Ohio -- The murder trial began Wednesday for a Clermont County man accused of killing a neighbor boy for walking on his lawn. Charles Martin is charged with aggravated murder in the shooting death of 15-year-old Larry Mugrage Jr. in March 2006. Martin has pleaded not guilty, after dropping an insanity plea earlier this year. His attorney said the 67-year-old believed he was being harassed by neighbors in Union Township. Larry Mugrage went out of his way to walk through that yard to make it a point to an old man that he couldn't do anything about it, said defense attorney Scott Croswell. Prosecutors said Martin confronted the boy about being on his lawn and then plotted for at least three hours before shooting Mugrage. He sat in his front room and he waited and he waited and he waited until that child walked back down Hawthorne Drive, said prosecutor Kevin Miles. Thomas Ward, a friend of the victim, testified that Martin had told Murgrage that if the boy wanted to play games, he would kill him. His response was, Bring it, old man, correct? Croswell asked Ward. Ward admitted that it was, and he agreed with the defense that his friends expression was intended to stand up to Martins threat. If convicted, Martin faces life in prison with no possibility for parole for 20 years.