The parole hearing for William Balfour, the main suspect in the Hudson family killings has ended, and he will remain in jail at least until December.
We're told the key evidence against Balfour came from a former girlfriend, who said she saw him with a gun that appeared to match the murder weapon. He will have another hearing on December 3.
The parole board did not make its decision because of the murders, although it's curious why it mentioned the weapon.
The board also said it made its decision because he was in a place where drugs were sold.
Balfour has been in custody since October 24.