Charleston, June 7 (By A. P.) – Eighteen state witnesses testified today in the trail of Harold Harvey, Alias Harold Harvey Afong, and Robert J. Watson, charged with Murder on the night of December 27, 1928, of Earl R. Fetter on the beach at the Isle of Palms.
Most of the testimony was as to the events preceding the killing, particularly in regard to a party given at the home of Arrington Coste on Sullivan Island. The defendants and the dead man were all soldiers at Fort Moultrie.
Watson, who is a private is the son of T. W. Watson, mayor of Blaney. Harvey is said to be a graduate of Annapolis.