A Sand Lake couple’s pet parrot could be used as evidence to prove Glenna Duram murdered her husband Martin.
14 months after Martin Duram was found dead from multiple gunshot wounds in his Sand Lake home, Glenna Duram, 48, is in jail and accused of his murder.
His is family thinks the couple quarreled over unpaid bills, foreclosure on their home and her gambling debts.
They believe she killed him and tried but failed to kill herself.
A few weeks after his death last May, the couple’s parrot started repeating a loud, profane argument between a male and a female:
The man told her to, “Get out.”
“Where will I go,” she replied.
Then, in what family believes are his last words, “Don’t f—-ing shoot.”