Jury selection begins in Jobe trial

If found guilty of Dressel's murder, Jobe is looking at life in prison with no chance of parole.
If found guilty of Dressel's murder, Jobe is looking at life in prison with no chance of parole.

The trial of the Toledo teen accused of gunning down a police detective will get underway Monday morning.

Jury selection is scheduled to start in the Robert Jobe case. Jobe is being tried as an adult. Prosecutors say he shot and killed Detective Keith Dressel back in February in north Toledo.

If found guilty of Dressel's murder, Jobe is looking at life in prison with no chance of parole. The death penalty will not be considered in the case.

News 11 will be following this case, telling you the latest developments as they happen both on the air and on the web.

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