The jury is back in the courtroom.
- New Witness
Prosecution calls Diane Mathis. She is testifying about the gunman's USAA MasterCard records.
The USAA MasterCard was an individual account, registered only to the gunman, Mathis testifies.
USAA credit card's limit was $2,500 in May, 2011, Mathis said.
USAA credit remained $2,500 through June 7, 2012.
Mathis said the gunman paid bills on time and didn't incur any charges or fees in the year before the shooting.
Beginning May 11, the gunman started making large payments to the USAA card.
Charges on USAA MasterCard in May, 2012 include:
BTP Arms - $43.79
Approved Gas Masks - $133.74
Gander Mountain - $647.99
Bass Pro Shops - $469.18