Pictured from left: Tyrone Robinson, 38; Robert Ferguson, attorney for Aaron Scott Young Sr; Young Sr., 37; and Aaron Scott Young Jr., 20, prepare to leave a courtroom at the Beaufort County Courthouse on Wednesday after their trial was continued due to the introduction of new evidence. Officials accuse the Youngs and Robinson of the murder of 8-year-old Khalil Singleton on Hilton Head Island.
Pictured from left: Tyrone Robinson, 38; Robert Ferguson, attorney for Aaron Scott Young Sr; Young Sr., 37; and Aaron Scott Young Jr., 20, prepare to leave a courtroom at the Beaufort County Courthouse on Wednesday after their trial was continued due to the introduction of new evidence. Officials accuse the Youngs and Robinson of the murder of 8-year-old Khalil Singleton on Hilton Head Island. Staff photo
Pictured from left: Tyrone Robinson, 38; Robert Ferguson, attorney for Aaron Scott Young Sr; Young Sr., 37; and Aaron Scott Young Jr., 20, prepare to leave a courtroom at the Beaufort County Courthouse on Wednesday after their trial was continued due to the introduction of new evidence. Officials accuse the Youngs and Robinson of the murder of 8-year-old Khalil Singleton on Hilton Head Island. Staff photo

Start of Singleton murder trial delayed as new evidence emerges

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