Retrial begins in 2010 robbery-murder of Harrison man

photo Defendant Dominique Greer, 21, is escorted into Judge Rebecca Stern's courtroom by Deputy Billy McGowan after a brief recess in the murder trial that began Tuesday. Greer is accused of killing Darrian Moore, age 21 at the time of his death, in 2010.

The retrial of a 21-year-old Chattanooga man charged in the 2010 robbery-turned-murder of a Harrison man began this morning in Hamilton County Criminal Court Judge Rebecca Stern's courtroom.

Dominique Greer faces a possible life sentence if convicted of first-degree murder in the shooting death of Darrian Moore on July 21, 2010 in the driveway of Moore's parents' Shady Hollow Lane home in Harrison.

In a previous court hearing, Dwight Turner, Jr., a friend of Greer's has testified that he told Greer and Franklin Wood Jr. what Moore's FedEx work schedule was and that the trio knew Moore had money in the bank.

Turner has testified that Greer wanted to rob Moore to get money for a friend to record a mixtape. Moore told Turner after the shooting that Moore resisted and he fired, killing Moore.

For more see tomorrow's Times Free Press.