Def asks about the things Whitman had been saying about the Padillas. Langor reiterates that he didn't think Whitman was serious about the things he was saying.
Def asks about the drinking they were doing on day before shooting and day of shooting.
Langor describes it as heavy drinking. Says they started at 9 a.m. The day of the shooting. Says he passed out around 6.
Def asks about whether there was any discussion about doing harm to the Padillas. He says there was none. Describes the talk about taking the video games as "drunk talk."
Amber Hallison is called.
Amber lives with Langor. Pros asks what she remembers about the days before the shooting.
Not sure whether the conversation about taking drugs took place day before shooting or the day of.
Pros asks about text messages exchanged between Whitman and others.
Pros asks about the conversation regarding stealing drugs and money from someone. She doesn't remember the specifics. They said "if nothing else, they had and XBox" they could steal.
On the day of the shooting, Amber, Langor, Borner and Whitman started watching Boondocks Saints. She fell asleep.
Later that evening, Whitman left their residence and returned. Asked Amber to wake Langor up.
Says Whitman told her that "something bad had happened."
She overheard a conversation in which Whitman instructed some onto tell Borner to "clean his house."
She says Whitman called authorities to tell them he would meet them at the cemeteryin ten minutes to turn himself in. She says police showed up to get him before the ten minutes was up.
Def asks about the conversation about stealing the drugs, money, video games, etc.
Def asks whether Borner was participating in these discussions. She says he was mostly just saying that he thought it all sounded like a good idea. She doesn't recall him adding any ideas of his own.
Def asks whether Whitman and Borner ever talked about hurting anyone at the Padilla apt or bringing guns over there. She says no.
Def asks why Borner and Whitman stayed at their place the night before the shooting. She says she wouldn't let them drive.
Def asks about being too drunk to text. She says he was not. Pros asked a similar question.
Amber texted Shirley some confrontational things from Whitman's phone.
Senn is Beulah's police chief. He responded to the Padilla apt on the night of the shooting.
He unholstered his pistol when he got there. When he got to apt 14, he saw the door slightly open. He saw also saw Tim. Tim was asking him for help.
Pros is showing Senn photos of the scene.
Asking whether they are an accurate representation of what he saw. He indicates that they are. Notes that there is a medical bag and some equipment present that weren't there. Also says there are leads from a defibrillator on Mike's chest that were not present when he arrived.
Pros is using a projector to show photos to jury.
The first photo is of a doorway leading into the Padilla apt.
There are lettered yellow evidence tags on the floor.
The second photo is a closer view of the doorway.
Third photo is of Mike Padilla's body lying on the floor. He is on his back with his arms outstretched above his head.
The body is a couple of feet into the apartment, past the entryway.
When Senn got there he checked Mike's pulse. While he was doing this, he saw the assault rifle. He picked up the rifle and observed a stovepipe jam.
Pros shows Senn a photo of the stovepiped shell casing. Asks if it is what he saw. He says it is.
Pros shows the photo to the jury.
Pros shows him another photo of Mike's body.
Puts in on the projector for the jury to see.
Senn is diagraming the position of the rifle in relation to the body.
Pros produces the assault rifle and hands it to Senn. Senn says it is the same rifle he found at the scene.
Senn subsequently observed a pistol after stepping past Padilla's body.
Pros produces a pistol. Hands it to Senn. Senn says it is the same pistol he found at the scene. Senn notes that the pistol was loaded with a round in the chamber.
After picking up the pistol, he told another officer to lock both guns in his car.