Eganhouse identifying photo of passenger front seat. There's a street directory in a binder on top of a clipboard with log sheet.
There's a photo of victim's wallet. There's ATM card inside that match bank receipt shown earlier. No cash in wallet.
Photo of roof of cab, showing visor above driver's seat.
Another photo of victim's glasses found on floor. There wasn't enough ridge detail to make a match.
I'm sitting almost directly behind him and I can only see side of his face but I don't think so.
Eganhouse: They took swabs in this case but they can only send in 10 items to DCI crime lab on homicides. Not quite how they do it on TV. Real investigators are limited on how much can be tested.
They seem calm but upset. They look stressed. I don't think they appreciated Johnston's opening, accusing Stickley of drug use.
Eganhouse: Swabs were taken from bank bag to test blood. Swabs also taken from beer can found near scene. He didn't know if can was related to homicide at the time but always collects evidence at or near scene.
Eganhouse: They took fingernail clippings from Stickley in case there are skin cells from suspect. They also sent nail scrappings from Mitchell.
Eganhouse is still on the stand.
Sarah Smith, also a public defender with Johnston, will cross.
Smith: Have you had additional training since his deposition?
Eganhouse: On violent crime scenes and palm print training.
Smith: You took majority of photos and examined items collected at scene?
Smith: Do you remember when you arrived at crime scene?
Eganhouse: About an hour after the call came in.
Smith is just going more photos of crime scene. She hasn't brought up anything new.