Khari Sanford trial: Jurors see video compilation of van Sanford may have been in on night of double murder

MADISON, Wis. — Jurors in Khari Sanford’s double-murder trial on Wednesday saw a video compilation of the vehicle Sanford may have been in on the night he’s accused of murdering his girlfriend’s parents.

Prosecutors compiled the video from the city of Madison, UW-Madison police and a McDonald’s restaurant on Regent Street. It showed a white van with distinct stickers the district attorney believes Sanford used to kidnap Dr. Beth Potter and her husband Robin Carre in March 2020.

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Detectives testified an exhaustive search showed the van headed toward the UW Arboretum with both a driver and a front passenger.

When the trial began this week, prosecutors told jurors Sanford had an accomplice, Ali’jah Larrue. Larrue took a plea in the case last year and is expected to testify against Sanford.

Prosecutors expect to wrap up their case earlier next week.