Day two of the Allen Hancock murder trial has officially wrapped up with many taking the witness stand including crime scene investigators and a surviving victim of the shooting.
31-year-old, Allen Hancock is facing a capital murder charge for an incident that happened back in 2013 during a dominoes game.
Investigators confirmed shell casings found at the scene and a black Saturn SUV that was reported to be the vehicle used in the homicide. Investigators stated that Hancock’s fingerprints were never found inside the vehicle.
Henry Jones, a surviving victim of the shooting, took the witness stand. Jones identified the shooters as African American, but was not able to identify Handcock as one of the shooters.
According to court documents, Hancock was named one of the shooters after being identified in a photo line-up by another surviving victim.
If convicted, Hancock will face live without parole. The trial is set to continue tomorrow morning at the Jefferson County Courthouse.
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