Sidney Moorer (right) and his mother-in-law Polly Caison leave the courtroom for a lunch break before the beginning of his kidnapping trial in the Heather Elvis case on Monday at the Horry County Courthouse in Conway. The jury was selected on Monday - 10 men and four women. Two of the 14 will serve as alternates. Moorer and his wife Tammy Moorer are charged with kidnapping Heather Elvis. Caison is Tammy Moorer's mother. Tammy Moorer's trial date has not be set. Elvis was last seen in December 2013 and her car was found at Peachtree Landing in the Socastee community. The trial began on Monday at the Horry County Courthouse in Conway.
Sidney Moorer (right) and his mother-in-law Polly Caison leave the courtroom for a lunch break before the beginning of his kidnapping trial in the Heather Elvis case on Monday at the Horry County Courthouse in Conway. The jury was selected on Monday - 10 men and four women. Two of the 14 will serve as alternates. Moorer and his wife Tammy Moorer are charged with kidnapping Heather Elvis. Caison is Tammy Moorer's mother. Tammy Moorer's trial date has not be set. Elvis was last seen in December 2013 and her car was found at Peachtree Landing in the Socastee community. The trial began on Monday at the Horry County Courthouse in Conway. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
Sidney Moorer (right) and his mother-in-law Polly Caison leave the courtroom for a lunch break before the beginning of his kidnapping trial in the Heather Elvis case on Monday at the Horry County Courthouse in Conway. The jury was selected on Monday - 10 men and four women. Two of the 14 will serve as alternates. Moorer and his wife Tammy Moorer are charged with kidnapping Heather Elvis. Caison is Tammy Moorer's mother. Tammy Moorer's trial date has not be set. Elvis was last seen in December 2013 and her car was found at Peachtree Landing in the Socastee community. The trial began on Monday at the Horry County Courthouse in Conway. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

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