Written by Brian Maass
DENVER (CBS4) – Jury selection is scheduled to begin Thursday in Los Angeles for the man suspected of murdering former Denver disc jockey Steven B. Williams.

Authorities arrested Harvey Morrow in 2006, several months after Williams’ body was found floating in the Pacific Ocean with a gunshot wound to his head. Morrow has pleaded not guilty.

The prosecutor says jury selection should be wrapped up by the end of the week and testimony should commence next week. The trial is expected to run about two weeks.

Harvey Morrow (credit: CBS)

Williams was a popular Denver disc jockey in the 1980s, teaming with Don Hawkins on KBPI radio to form the “Steven B. and The Hawk” morning show. Williams eventually settled in California where he met Morrow.

Authorities theorize that Morrow swindled Williams out of about $2 million. Investigators suspect Morrow murdered Williams during an argument about money.

Comments (4)
  1. N says:

    Not resolved, just postponed.

  2. Hugh says:

    The case has been resolved. The jury was dismissed this morning.

  3. N says:

    Steven B was not the only victim here. His father’s estate was to be shared 50-50 with his disabled sister. She has lost her secure living, car, has been homeless and is trying to attend the trial at her own expense.

  4. gilbert says:

    i hope that mr.morrow get’s what he derserve’s for the killing of steve and pray to god that he get’s life in prison.he was a very nice guy to the raido world here in colorado.

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