After hearing several hours worth of testimony, Christian County District Judge Jim Adams decided probable cause was found in the murder case against two suspects charged in connection with brutally killing a Fort Campbell soldier and bound the case to the Christian County Grand Jury to review.
25-year old Jarred Tabor Long of Colorado and 25-year old Jessie Goslyn appeared in court for their preliminary hearing and showed no emotions when detectives went into details about the events that led up to the fatal shooting of Goslyn’s husband, 28-year old Vincent Goslyn, who was listed as a Sergeant in the local post’s Warrior Transition Battalion.
Paducah attorney Mark Bryant, who is representing Tabor said he was disappointed that Judge Adams did not drop the charges against his client.
Bryant went on to say he understood Judge’s decision, but stated he respectively disagreed with his decision.
Local law enforcement officials believe Jessie Goslyn and Jarred Long were in a romantic relationship and plotted to kill or injure Goslyn’s husband, who was found dead with multiple gunshot wounds on Fidelio Road in Hopkinsville on Friday, February 3rd.