“I started to slow down in front of this house because I thought we going to stop and get weed, but then I heard the shotgun rack and saw the barrel go out the window behind me,” Harris said. “I said ‘you tripping,’ then heard the shot go off.”
Harris said he then sped off as fast as he could and they went back to the basketball court to pick up Jefferson and Davis. They then proceeded to drop off Davis, and then Williams was dropped off, where he got rid of the gun, Harris said.
Prosecutors then brought up several investigators and experts to testify before the jury Wednesday.
Special Agent Clay Simmonds, with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, said he analyzed the cellphone records of Williams and Jefferson on the day McFadgen was killed.
Simmonds testified that Williams’ cellphone was picked up by the Verizon cellphone tower within a few miles of Diamond Street minutes before and after the murder.
The trial will continue Thursday.