Prosecution releases APD Officer Natasha Cabouet.
Jury question: "Did the gas hit you in the face at the main entrance or Theater 9?"
APD Officer Natasha Cabouet said it was the front door of the main entrance.
Jury question: "When did you put your mask on?"
APD Officer Natasha Cabouet: "When I got out of the car I put my gas mask on."
Jurors have questions for APD Officer Natasha Cabouet. Judge Samour is reviewing them now.
@hayes1942: It has got to be nearly impossible to relive all this again.
APD Officer Natasha Cabouet said she helped CSI officers and kept going back to check on Ashley.
APD Officer Natasha Cabouet: "I was pretty much assigned to every victim that came in."
APD Officer Natasha Cabouet said she wanted to go back to the theater with Officer Grizzle but was told she needed to stay at Aurora South and deal with incoming patients.
APD Officer Natasha Cabouet: "By the time we pulled into the hospital [Ashley] stopped talking and lost consciousness. I really thought she died in front of me."
APD Officer Natasha Cabouet: "It wasn't until we got off Mississippi and onto Potomac that she..." (trails off, crying.)
APD Officer Natasha Cabouet said Officer Grizzle rolled up and she got in the car with Ashley Moser. She had an injury to her chest. Ashley's boyfriend, Jameson, was adamant about going along.
APD Officer Natasha Cabouet: "It was supposed to be my last night of working graveyards!"
APD Officer Natasha Cabouet said she had tunnel vision at first: "When I turned around there was a guy apparently deceased. He was folded over."
APD Officer Natasha Cabouet said she had her gun drawn when she entered Theater 9.
APD Officer Natasha Cabouet describes scene inside Theater 9 as 'surreal.'
APD Officer Natasha Cabouet said the gas hit her in the face as soon as she opened the theater door.
Prosecutor: "Did you have your mask on?"
Cabouet laughed and said, "Apparently not tight enough."
APD Officer Natasha Cabouet: "I did a quick assessment [of victims' injuries] to see if anything was falling out."
APD Officer Natasha Cabouet: "Prior to getting to the front door I got stopped by victims."
APD Officer Natasha Cabouet giggles a little when asked if she had a gas mask in her car: "I did, luckily."
APD Officer Cabouet describes what she saw in the theater parking lot when she arrived: "Just chaos. People running and running."
Officer Natasha Cabouet is listed as a patrol officer and also a school resource officer in the City of Aurora's after action report
- New Witness
Prosecution calls 9th witness of the day: Aurora Police Department Officer Natasha Cabouet.
Prosecution releases Marcus Weaver.
Marcus Weaver: "He had some type of helmet on and some type of gear, you could tell by his silhouette."
Jury question: "Where was the shooter when you ran out of the theater?"
Marcus Weaver: "The shooter was still shooting."
Jury question: "How long did all the shooting go on?"
Marcus Weaver: "It felt like eternity... but in reality it was 10-15 minutes."
Jury question: "Did you see the shooter moving?"
Marcus Weaver: "It sounded like he was moving around the theater."
Jury question: How long did it take to get to the lobby?
Marcus Weaver said he doesn't know, it seemed like a long time.
Jury question: "Did the witness say 'no police in lobby area when normally present?"
Marcus Weaver: "When I first got there I didn't see police."
Marcus Weaver will now answer jury questions approved by Judge Samour.
@Saira: The judge is telling lawyers they should not call witnesses who may discuss the pregnancies of certain victims.
Judge Samour says both sides agreed to table this issue of discussing the pregnancies of certain victims.
@Molly: We don't know for sure, but I do doubt it