That hasn't come out in evidence.
Not sure, but Owens said he was gone for 2 minutes to get money and then comes back, gives it to him and runs off.
Johnston: In one police interview, he said Mitchell had a white t-shirt and shorts on?
Owens: He said white t-shirt.
Johnston: Didn't you say he's always wearing white coat and barbequing?
Owens: He wouldn't be wearing it that night if it's hot out. Maybe I had seen him before with it.
Owens: He doesn't remember saying it back then. It was three years ago.
Johnston: Didn't they ask you several times if you sold drugs to Mitchell and you said no?
Owens: Yes. Why would he go in police station and say he sold drugs.
Johnston: You told lies to police?
Owens: Yes about drugs.
Johnston: YOu were trying to throw police off your track?
Owens: He wasn't going to incriminate himself.
Johnston: They asked if you went around back to scene and you said no you don't stab "bitches" but you shoot people?
Owens: Yes. He did say that.
Johnston is playing portion of Owens police interview.
Owens said Mitchell's a "big goofy" - he didn't mess with anyone, stays by himself. He thought he was slow. He's big guy.
He wearing shorts and t-shirt. He doesn't remember what color. He's always wearing red hat but not that night.
No, they don't get depositions.
It could be but I have no idea if he has. I'm assuming Scott wouldn't want that.
Owens is still on the stand.
Johnston is showing surveillance video again. It shows person Owens said he gave bloody money to with beer but Owens isn't there at this time.
Johnston: Are you right or left handed?
Owens: Left handed.
It's 10:04 p.m. when this guy is in the store. Owens shows up at 10:05 p.m. before he gets there.
Johnston: How could that be him if you weren't there?
Owens: Does it show me giving him money?
Johnston: So you knew about murder before 10 pm.?
Johnston: What time did you get call from Harris and Collins?
Owens: He doesn't know.
Johnston is going over his phone log. The call from Harris came in at 10:03 p.m.
Owens: You're not pointing out Collin's numbers. He's got more than one phone.
Johnson: Collins' number doesn't appear in that time frame?
Owens: Which phone?
Owens: After he received call from Mitchell, Collins called him.
Johnston: You said phone log would prove this, then point out the number.
Owens: He can't remember what number it was after two years ago.
Johnston: You didn't say anything in deposition about a phone all from Mitchell?
Owens: He wasn't arrested and wasn't going to incriminate myself.
Johnston: You got letter in October 2011 giving you immunity from county attorney if you cooperated, and you didn't see it?
Owens: No, he didn't get the letter. He has two "baby mamas" and was in Alabama and Minnesota at that time.
Owens: He came to deposition because police kept going to "baby mamas" house. He didn't know about the letter. He moves around.
Johnston: In second deposition, you didn't even say you say Mitchell that night?
Owens: I wasn't going to incriminate myself. You guys were sitting there in front of (court reporter) and with pens and paper.
Johnston: You had proffer agreement with govt. in Feb. 2012, didn't you?
Owens: No. He had one in June 2012.
Johnston: In second deposition, you didn't say there were 2 phone calls and that Mitchell was waiting for a ride?
Owens: I don't remember.
Johnston: You are aware that further cooperation could get your time reduced?
Owens: He doesn't know. He told the truth in the proffer before the plea agreement.
Johnston: Any government cooperation can be used in your federal sentencing under Rule 35?
Owens: This is state court, it has nothing to do with federal.
Not as a state witness. I don't know if defense will call her.
They don't know time of death but they found body after 9:45p.m. I can't remember the exact time when police responded.
No. This is the state's last witness.
No. The defense will start today and when they're done, then there's closings.
Johnston: Your testimony today, it's just you being a good citizen?
Owens: He knew his name came up in this case. He's already in trouble so why not.
Owens: The only reason he brought it up only two days ago was because he was in Bremer Co. and couldn't talk to Nic Scott.
Johnston: The first time you said Mitchell was waiting on a ride was two days ago?
Johnston: How many drug houses did you have in Minn?
Johnston: And these drug houses have surveillance cameras? Did police search your uncle's house?
Owens: Yes. They didn't search his uncle's.
Yes, palm prints in Stickley's blood in the cab, according to testimony.
Johnston is just bringing up his drug selling and drug houses and most drug houses have surveillance cameras, which he said his did.
Johnston: You like to intimidate people, don't you? YOu took over Collins' block?
Owens: It wasn't his block. Nobody going to tell me I can't sell crack.
Johnston: You went over with guns, kicked down his door and told him he couldn't sell?
Johnston: Didn't they ask you to testify against others? 7 got charged. Didn't you give information about Matthew Robinson?
Owens: They don't care about Matthew Robinson. They wanted bigger players who were buying large amounts.
Bingo! He's trying to show he'll roll over on anybody to get a break for himself.
Johnston: How do you get your drugs?
Owens: He picks it up, where ever he's at at the time.
Johnston: Somebody else picks it up, don't they?
Owens: Somebody else drives. Someone with a license.
Not from county attorney. It's possible that he could get his sentenced reduced in federal court if the US Attorneys want to consider his cooperation in this case but it's not guaranteed.
Nobody was shot. Stickley was stabbed.
Johnston: That night, Robinson threw a shot gun out the window?
Owens: He was afraid because cops were around they might come up to his apartment.
Only Stickley was stabbed.