Dr. Phillip Resnick, who was just discussed in the court, is mentioned in several past court documents. One of them references the fact that he and another doctor will not have their reports ready until later this month.
- New Witness
Prosecution calls 27th witness: Daniel Reed, records analyst from Verizon Wireless.
Verizon expert Daniel Reed says records also contain cell site information - which can show the general area the phone was in when it was used.
Verizon expert Daniel Reed says the gunman's phone was used to call CU Health at 12:30 a.m. on July 20, 2012. The duration was 18 seconds. That's 9 minutes before the 1st 911 call.
The 18 seconds includes the time the phone was ringing, Verizon expert Daniel Reed said.
Verizon expert Daniel Reed said he reviewed records for the days and weeks leading up to July 20, 2012.
Verizon expert Daniel Reed says the records contain a small amount of text content - about 3-10 days from the time it was requested.
Verizon expert Daniel Reed said the records contain some text messages from July 14, 2012 through July 20, 2012.
No outgoing text messages sent from gunman's cell phone from July 14 - 20, 2012, Verizon expert Daniel Reed says.
The cell phone was listed to the gunman's father, Robert Holmes, Verizon expert Daniel Reed testified.
Defense Attorney Katherine Spengler cross-examining Verizon expert Daniel Reed.
Aurora Police Department requested cell phone records from May 22- July 20, 2012, Verizon expert Daniel Reed said. Records included subscriber information, incoming /outgoing call records, text message activity and cell site information.
Phone records also include data activity with some IP addresses, Verizon expert Daniel Reed said.
No text activity between June 3-10, June 12-15, June 20-21, June 23-25 of 2012, Verizon expert Daniel Reed said. It was not unusual for the defendant to go days without texting.
3 of defendant's only outgoing text messages were sent to the same number, Verizon expert Daniel Reed said.
Records would not show Internet activity if the phone was connected to WiFi, Verizon expert Daniel Reed said.
Jury question: Can you tell the call made at 12:30 a.m. was made from Colorado?
Verizon expert Daniel Reed said: Not based on the records in front of him.
- New Witness
Prosecution calls 28th witness: Kelly O'Connor, Director of IT at CU Health on July 20, 12.
Kelly O'Connor says she was 'records custodian' at time of shooting.
Kelly O'Connor the number the defendant called minutes before the shooting was the main line CU Health.
- New Witness
Prosecution calls 29th witness: Theodore Maples, Jr., volunteered at Byers Canyon shooting range.
Theodore Maples, Jr. describes seeing 'A man with wild orange hair that really stuck out' use the pistol range and shotgun range in June.
Theodore Maples, Jr. said the man with orange hair practice for a few hours that day, then come back a week or two later and used the pistol and rifle ranges again.
"It was like an AR-15, that style of rifle," Theodore Maples, Jr. said. The other gun was "a tactical shotgun."
Judge Samour calls 10 minute break. Trial to resume at 10:30 a.m.
Jury looks 'stoic' per 7NEWS Reporter Marc Stewart, who is inside the courtroom.
Juror 872 is having tooth pain, is going to the dentist - Judge Samour calling an extra long lunch break, starting now.
Testimony about what went on in the theater is relevant to the issue of whether the gunman intended to kill everyone in the theater, and that issue is in dispute, Judge Samour said.
Judge Samour says even though the defense argues there is no dispute that the shooting occurred, the prosecution still has to prove it's case. Testimony about the nature, character and extent of injuries will be allowed.