Testimony continues in trial of man accused of fatal road rage shooting
More witnesses are testifying in the trial of a hot dog vendor accused of murder in an alleged road rage incident.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Testimony continued for a second day Friday in the trial of a downtown hot dog vendor accused of murder in an alleged road rage incident.
Donald Hayes is accused of shooting and killing Danny Wilson in an apparent road rage incident near Poplar Level Road and Taylor Avenue in 2014. During Friday's proceedings, the prosecution called a forensic expert with LMPD who investigated the crime scene two years ago.
The forensic expert showed multiple pieces of evidence during questioning, including a a wooden baseball bat that police say Wilson used to break Hayes' car window right before the shooting.
The jury was also shown pictures of glass shards in the parking lot of the Chase bank where the shooting happened.
On Thursday prosecutors said marijuana was found in Wilson's car. On Friday, however, forensic experts couldn't confirm that marijuana was in Wilson's car.
The jury is set to visit the crime scene later today.
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