Chris: "He (Unruh) popped in from time to time. I recognized his face."
Hooters has security cameras but there are no recordings kept.
Hooters keeps records of credit card transactions. Pros shows Chris a copy of records of transactions from day Albaugh was killed. The ticket was opened at 4:30 pm.
Ticket includes "Vegas bomb" shot and 23 oz Bud Light.
We're not sure. They didn't actually call him.
Pros is showing Chris another receipt. Also has drinks on it. Opened at roughly the same time.
The names on the cards used to pay these tabs were not Unruh or Albaugh.
The names were Eric Delzer (sp) and Brandon Foss (sp). It didn't seem like a mistake.
He's looked quite serious so far. Listening closely to testimony.
Most people cleared out for lunch. During the testimony is was pretty packed, though.
They haven't addressed that since it was first brought up. They did say that the next witness would take a while, which was why they decided to break for lunch before calling him or her.
That was discussed. Not sure where they landed on it. The judge did say he would sign one.
That wasn't immediately clear to us.
Trial is back on after lunch beak.
To answer some questions, Unruh is out on bail, the jury is pretty diverse age-wise, and the jury instructions are about the charges and what is expected of jurors.
Pros is asking about Folden's criminal history. She pleaded guilty to a felony. She's currently on probation.
She failed to inform defense about a subsequent felony conviction during her deposition.
Pros asks if she was in town in day Albaugh was killed. She says yes. She was in town to get her old job back at a truck wash. She was unemployed at the time.
She didn't get her job back. She then went to her friend Eric Delzer's house.
She drove herself to Delzer's house.
Brandon Foss came to the house after she arrived.
The three of them went to Gun City, then to Hooters.
They ordered buffalo wings and beer. She didn't pay for anything.
Judge Romanick is presiding, Lloyd Suhr and Jake Rodenbiker are the prosecutors, and Tom Tuntland is the defense attorney. I'm not sure of what felonies Tasha Folden was convicted of. There's not a lot of room in the courtroom.