Lang: She saw the crime scene tape at the apartment. Robinson told her they couldn't go back to the apartment. Robinson was jittery. She thought he had been drinking alcohol and smoking crack cocaine.
Smith: After that night, did you hear Owens talking about this case?
Lang: Owens said there was blood on money and he didn't know what he was going to do. She thought he got money from Johnathan but she doesn't know that for sure.
Lang: Owens told her later he was driving in the alley that night.
Smith: In deposition, you testified that Robinson was at his brother's but later you found out differently?
Smith: Did you think Robinson was involved with the cab driver murder?
Smith: Did you ever use cabs when you were using drugs?
Lang: Yes. She didn't know Stickley.
SMith: Do you know drivers who would help you when you would go get drugs.
Lang: Yes. Drivers would wait for them and let dealers get into cab while making the sale.
Scott: Did you know Mitchell?
Lang: She saw him smoke crack cocaine about a week before homicide, and he helped her get drugs before - exchange sex for drugs.
Scott: While you were dating Robinson, he dated other women?
Smith: Would you lie just to get Robinson in trouble?
The next witness won't be here until 1:30 p.m.
Early lunch. Be back at 1:30 p.m.