Murder suspect’s calls generate more charges




GREENFIELD — Accused murderer Colby McKnelly has continued to make calls from jail to a woman who is expected to testify against him, despite a no-contact order and his own attorney’s request to cut off his phone privileges, police said.

This week marks the third time since his initial arrest that prosecutors have filed additional charges against McKnelly, 26, of Greenfield, relating to alleged contact with on-again, off-again girlfriend Jessi Parsons-Freeman. She was present the night Steven Rogers Jr., 26, of Indianapolis was stabbed to death, according to court documents.

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