ARAPAHOE COUNTY – A day-by-day look at the witnesses and events of the Aurora theater shooting trial.
The jury is expected to start deliberating after closing statements on Wednesday.
For a recap of the defense's case, click here: http://on9news.tv/1MrEta8
4/27/15: DAY 1: Opening statements
4/28/15: DAY 2
-Katie Medley, the wife of Caleb Medley, who was seriously injured in the shooting. She was nine months pregnant when she walked into the theater that night, and went into labor while Caleb was getting one of many surgeries.
-Caleb Medley, who can't walk after the shootings and has a speech disability. He tapped out "yes" on an alphabet board to confirm that he was in the theater the night it happened.
-Munirih Gravelly, a friend of Jesse Childress, an Air Force sergeant who died in the shooting.
-Derick Spruel, whose friend Jesse Childress died in the shooting.
-Chichi Spruel, Derick Spruel's wife and Jesse Childress' friend
-Prodeo Et Patria, who was 14 years old the day of the shooting. He was injured, and helped carry another victim out of the theater.
-Anggiat Mora, Prodeo Et Patria's father who was also in the theater.
-Rita Paulina, Prodeo Et Patria's mother who was injured in the shooting.
-Sgt. Michael Hawkins, the Aurora Police officer who carried 6-year-old victim Veronica Moser-Sullivan out of the theater
-Kaylan Bailey, who was 13 at the time of the shooting and with her cousin, Veronica Moser-Sullivan. Her tearful 911 call during the attack is played for the jury.
4/29/15: DAY 3
-Sgt. Gerald Jonsgaard, Aurora Police Department
-Officer Annette Brooke, Aurora Police Department
-Joshua Nowlan, whose arm was injured in the shooting. He uses his cane to show how the defendant pointed the gun in a circular motion
-Officer Thomas Campagna, Aurora Police Department
-Christina Blache, a Red Robin employee who was there to celebrate the birthday of victim Alex Sullivan, who died in the shooting
-Burt Herrera, a fire medic for the city of Aurora
-Officer Chris Neiman, Aurora Police Department.He drove shooting victims to the hospital in his police car.
-Marcus Weaver. He was at the theater the night of the shooting with victim Rebecca Wingo
-Natasha Cabouet, Aurora Police Department. She helped carry Ashley Moser, who lost her 6-year-old daughter Veronica and was paralyzed, out of the theater.
-Lt. Bernd Hoefler, Aurora Fire Department
4/30/15: DAY FOUR
-Officer Jason Oviatt, Aurora Police Department
-Officer Aaron Blue, Aurora Police Department
-Officer Justin Grizzle, Aurora Police Department
-Sgt. Stephen Redfearn, Aurora Police Department
-Officer Jason Sweeney, Aurora Police Department
-Det. Matthew Ingui, Aurora Police Department
5/4/15: DAY 5
-Daniel Paul Reed, executive relationship analyst for Verizon Wireless
-Kelly O'Connor, director of technology for the University of Colorado Health
-Theodore Maples, who works at the Byers Canyon Shooting Range
-Glenn Rotkovich, shooting instructor and owner of the Lead Valley Range
-Donald Ransom, police officer for Frasier/Winter Park
-Jennifer Avilaredondo, who was in the theater with her husband and friends the night of the shooting, and was hit in the head with shrapnel
-Alan Avila-Arredondo, Jennifer's husband who was shot in the leg during the movie. His leg was amputated.
-Matt Fyles, Aurora Police Department
-Thomas Welton, detective with the Aurora Police Department
-Chuck Mehl, detective with the Aurora Police Department
-John Gonzalez, Aurora Police Department
5/5/15: DAY 6
Denise Axelrod, shooting victim
Brandon Axelrod, shooting victim whose friend was seriously injured in the shooting
Det. Craig Appel, the head investigator for the Aurora Police Department in the shooting
Special Agent Garrett Gumbinner, bomb technician for the FBI
Maria Carbonell, shooting survivor who was with her two children at the movie. Her coworker, Alex Sullivan, died in the shooting.
Sukumar Vijayaraghavan, professor of physiology at the Anschutz Medical Center who was the defendant's adviser at CU
5/6/15: DAY 7
Achim Klug, professor in CU's neuroscience department who led a lab in the program and interviewed the defendant in February 2011
Mark Dell'Acqua, a professor who had the defendant in his lab
Alex Espinosa, a shooting victim who was shot in the arm. He also has a business relationship with the one of the jurors and his wife.
Sgt. Richard Anselmi, Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office bomb squad
Jonathan Vaala, investigator for the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office
Caitlin Peddicord, shooting victim and friend of Alex Teves, who died protecting his girlfriend
Investigator Craig Clark, Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office
Investigator Troy Waller, Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office
Officer Robert Wong, Aurora Police Department
5/7/15: DAY 8
Toni Payne, intelligence analyst for the FBI
Nick Vanicelli, special agent for the FBI
Kyle Burdette, executive for Action Target, which sells shooting supplies
Amanda Teves, the girlfriend of Alex Teves, who died in the shooting
Craig Enlund, a friend of victim Alex Teves who was there the night of the shooting. He sustained injuries
Janette Kay Dove Guscott, Aurora Police Department Crime Lab
Carol Crowe, forensic scientist with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation
Emily Gibson, senior professional research assistant at CU
5/8/15: DAY 9
Kaitlyn Fonzi, one of the defendant's neighbors
Michael Holm, supervisor for the Aurora Police Department SWAT Team
James Gerdeman, Adams County Sheriff's Department
Det. Casey Overton, Adams County Sheriff's Office
Det. Paul Capolungo, Denver City and County Police Bomb Squad
David Williams, was in the theater the night of the shooting with his boss. He sustained a gunshot wound to the hand
Sgt. Shane Heiter, Adams County Sheriff's Office
Christopher Rigopoulous, FBI Special Agent. Admitted as an expert on IEDs. Helped search the defendant's apartment.
5/11/15: DAY 10
FBI special agent Christopher Rigopoulos
Daniel Joshua Tollin, works at the CU Denver neuroscience program
Justin Leveck, a software engineer and part owner of Blue Defense
Robert Higginbotham, general manager for Approved Gas Masks
Dr. Curt Freed, a professor medicine at the CU Denver
Jessica Cummiskey, post-doctoral researcher at CU Denver
Carey Rottman, theater shooting victim who was shot in the leg
5/12/15: DAY 11
Dylan Bieniulis, sales associate at the Science Company in Denver
Nick Carroll, crime scene investigator for the Aurora Police Department
Brain Platt, owner of KeepShooting.com
Christopher Russell, owner of BulletProofBodyarmorHQ
Charles DeFrance, FBI special agent
Jennifer Jostes, FBI special agent
Corbin Dates, in the theater the night of the shooting
Victor Nava Hernandez, in the theater the night of the shooting and a coworker of Alex Sullivan, who was killed
Sandra Fisher, fingerprint examiner for the Aurora Police Department
Peter Hunkar, FBI special agent
5/13/15: DAY 12
Peter Hunkar, FBI special agent
William Sather, faculty member at the CU School of Medicine
Jamie Rohrs, in the theater the night of the shooting. His girlfriend was shot. He was there with two children.
Amanda Hernandez-Memije, at the movie with her son, daughter, nephew and others
Gage Hankins, in theater eight the night of the shooting and shot in the arm
Sgt. Bradford Zborowski, Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office
Maria Pettolina, Crime Scene Investigator for the Aurora Police Department
5/14/15: DAY 13
Maria Pettolina, Crime Scene Investigator for the Aurora Police Department
Despina Fafoutis Papageorge, Google custodian of records
Joel Jaffe, custodian of records for Shomer-Tec
Carli Richards, in the theater the night of the shooting
Heather Snyder, in the theater the night of the shooting with a group of Red Robin coworkers
Sarah Burnett, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
Dion Rosborough, was in the theater the night of the shooting
5/18/15: DAY 14
Maria Pettolina, crime scene investigator for the Aurora Police Department
Louis Duran, in the theater the night of the shooting
Ryan Lumba, in the theater the night of the shooting
Thomas Sheridan, loss prevention employee at King Soopers
Kelly Bowen, in the theater the night of the shooting
Adam Levy, employee at Motorcycle Depot
Roger Erikson, former owner of Iron Buffalo Motorcycle Training
Katherine Strieb, in the theater the night of the shooting and was 16 years old at the time
Daniel Jensen, assistant manager at the Century 16 theater
5/19/15: DAY 15
Det. Todd Fredericksen, Aurora Police Department
Officer Benjamin Holston, Aurora Police Department
Mark Magruder, Motorcycle Safety Foundation riding coach
Hailee Henlsey, at the theater with Ashley Moser and Veronica Moser-Sullivan, the shooting's youngest victim
Faye Borquez, Aurora Police Department Crime Lab
CSI Supervisor Angela Benford
Evan Morrison, in the theater the night of the shooting
Daybra Thomas-Kizzar, in the theater the night of the shooting
Marcus Kizzar, in the theater the night of the shooting with his wife
Patricia Hopkins, Aurora Police Department Crime Lab
Brian Miller, special agent with the ATF
Jared Paulsteiger, security guard at Target
David Roberts, special agent with the ATF
Lisa Pavlovich, assistant store manager at Best Buy in July 2012
FBI Special Agent Kimberly Milka
Officer David Gallegos, Aurora Police Department
FBI Special Agent Jeremy Phelps
5/20/15: DAY 16
Otto Albrecht, post-doctoral student at CU Denver
Jason Tregallas, professor in CU Denver's neuroscience program
Brenton Lowak, who was in the theater the night of the shooting with victim Jessica Ghawi
Scott Swanson, manager of the online sales department at SecurityProUSA
Brett Mills, forensic examiner for the FBI in Quantico, Virginia
Jeffrey Holmes, FBI special agent
Joan Holley, the owner of the defendant's apartment building
Mary Alice Arre, worked for the defendant's landlord
Kevin Campbell, in the theater with Micayla Medek, who died in the shooting
Kimber Abra, in the theater with Micayla Medek, who died in the shooting
Tara Bahl, in the theater with Micayla Medek, who died in the shooting
5/21/15: DAY 17
Shirley Clark, in the theater with her boyfriend and his family during the shooting
Lauren Shuler, in the theater the night of the shooting in a group including John Larimer, who was killed
Det. Thomas Wilson, Aurora Police Department
Evan Farris, in the theater the night of the shooting
Richelle Hill, Evan Farris' fiancee who in the theater the night of the shooting
Fabio Serafini, senior director of customer service for Fandango
Joshua Goering, custodian of records and invoices at Brownells Inc.
Holly Akers, in the theater the night of the shooting
Ricardo Rosa, store manager for O'Reilly Auto Parts
Dr. Kelly Lear-Kaul, Arapahoe County Coroner's Office
Keven Quinonez, in the theater the night of the shooting
5/26/15: DAY 18
Antoinette Muiz, mail center employee at the Anschutz Medical Center
James Myrsiades, Patrol Division Commander at the University of Colorado Denver Police Department
Brooke Cowden, in the theater the night of the shooting. Her father, 51-year-old Gordon Cowden, was the oldest person killed in the theater. She was 17 years old the night of the shooting.
Denzel Lukens, Adams County Sheriff's Office Bomb Squad
William Davitche, FBI
Det. Alton Reid, Aurora Police Department
Jaqueline Fry, in the theater the night of the shooting with the group of Red Robin coworkers celebrating victim Alex Sullivan's birthday
Cary Rue, microbiologist with the FBI laboratory
Det. Matt Fyles, Aurora Police Department
Richard Hatch, asset protection investigator for PayPal
Zack Golditch, who was in theater eight during the shooting. He was 17 years old at the time.
Lasamoa Cross, was in the theater the night of the shooting. Her boyfriend A.J. Boik was killed.
5/27/15: DAY 19
Nathan Juranek, was in theater nine the night of the shooting. He was 18 years old.
Donnie Chavis, employee at the post office in Aurora
FBI Special Agent Stephanie Benitez
Greg McGahey, postal service inspector
Jansen Young, in the theater the night of the shooting with her boyfriend Jonathan Blunk, who was killed.
Chelsea Corner-Jensen, Ph.D student at the CU Denver neuroscience program.
Tori Billapando, in the theater the night of the shooting. Part of the group of Red Robin coworkers who were celebrating victim Alex Sullivan's birthday.
David Bloom, general counsel for AdultFriendFinder.com
Laurie Latshaw, senior custodian of legal affairs for Match.com
Stefan Lamont Moton, was shot in the theater. He is paralyzed from the chest down.
Young Mook Lee, instructor at the CU Medical Campus who worked with the defendant during his third lab rotation
Nickelas Gallup, in the theater the night of the shooting
5/28/15: DAY 20
Lucas Smith, in the theater the night of the shooting
Michael White, in the theater the night of his shooting
Tony Evans, worked for CannonFuse.com
Jeremy Phelps, FBI
Dr. William Reid, court-ordered psychiatrist who examined the defendant
5/29/15 – 6/5/15: DAYS 21-27:Dr. William Reid testifies about the 22-hours of video interviews he recorded with the defendant
Day 21: http://on9news.tv/1dWB3jN
Day 22: http://on9news.tv/1IW1B1B
Day 23: http://on9news.tv/1M2bVpx
Day 24: http://on9news.tv/1Je8Hdo
Day 25: http://on9news.tv/1DcxhJR
Day 26: http://on9news.tv/1IW2cAc
6/8/15: DAY 27
Dr. Jeffrey Metzner, first court-appointed psychiatrist to evaluate the defendant. He found the defendant sane, but his evaluation was thrown out, prompting the court to call Dr. Reid.
6/9/15: DAY 28
Three jurors are dismissed for having media exposure to the case and talking about what they saw while on a smoking break.
Dr. Jeffrey Metzner
Dale Higashi, agent with the Colorado Bureau of Investigation
6/10/15: DAY 29
Dale Higashi, an agent for the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.
Christopher Moore, FedEx office in Aurora
Patricia Rohrs, in the theater with her husband, young daughter and infant son.
Det. Gordon Madonna, Aurora Police Department
Michael Doberson, Arapahoe County Coroner in 2012
Gargi Datta, the defendant's ex-girlfriend
6/11/15: DAY 30
Gargi Datta, the defendant's ex-girlfriend
Kelly Lewis, in the theater the night of the shooting. She was treated for burns after exposure to gas or pepper spray.
Yousef Gharbi, in the theater the night of the shooting. He was 16 years old. Gharbi was shot in the head. The bullet is still there. He also suffered buckshots to his arm, neck and throat.
Jasmine Kennedy, in the theater the night of the shooting with the group of Red Robin coworkers celebrating Alex Sullivan's birthday. She shattered her tibia in the shooting, and had to have four surgeries.
Farrah Soudani, in the theater the night of the shooting with her Red Robin coworkers. She had seven surgeries and one procedure on her stomach. She lost a majority of her left calf and part of her chin. Her kidney and spleen were removed and her lung collapsed. She had burns all over her left side.
Christopher Rapoza, in the theater with his girlfriend the night of the shooting. He was grazed by a bullet and shrapnel was found in his leg.
Alejandra Cardona-Lamas, in the theater the night of the shooting. He was shot in the thigh.
Oliver Adams, the custodian of records for Bulk Ammo
Amanda Kelsey, Aurora Police Department
Stacy Furman, physical scientist/forensic examiner for the FBI
Kirstin Han, in the theater the night of the shooting. She had shrapnel in her back and buttocks after the shooting.
Eugene Han, in the theater the night of the shooting. He chipped his hip bone and was shot in the knee. The hip injury cut his urethra and he also sustained nerve damage.
Julia Vojtzek, was in the theater the night of the shooting. She was there with her boyfriend John Larimer, who was killed.
Bear Omundson, in the theater the night of the shooting with John Larimer, who was killed.
6/15/15: DAY 31
Pierce O'Farrill, in the theater the night of the shooting. O'Farrill was shot three times, and took bullets in the arm and foot.
Jerome Brooks, in the theater the night of the shooting. He was shot in the left thigh.
Joseph Skwira, CFO of the Sportsman's Guide. He confirms the defendant bought ammunition and other items on June 13, 2012.
Christine Kalaveshi, employee of Microsoft
Carla Rodriguez, store manager of Gander Mountain
Andrew Barborak, senior manager of loss prevention at Gander Mountain
Lee McGinley, part-time employee at Thornton Gander Mountain store
Angela Pella, operations manager at Bass Pro Shop in Denver
Brian Pennington, employee at Bass Pro Shop
6/16/15: DAY 32
Jamison Toews, Ashley Moser's boyfriend at the time of the shooting. He was there with 6-year-old Veronica Moser-Sullivan.
Stephen Barton, in the theater the night of the shooting
Deborah Foley, custodian of records for Point Loma Credit Union
Dr. Lynne Fenton, psychiatrist at the University of Colorado Hospital who treated the defendant in the months before the shooting
6/17/15: DAY 33
Bonnie Kate Pourciau-Zoghbi,in the theater the day of the shooting. She has to use crutches due to injuries she sustained
Alleen Young, in the theater the day of the shooting. There are still 30 pieces of shrapnel in her body. Two in her heart, some in her neck and back. There are some in her liver, lung and kidney too. She'll have to have more surgery to remove the pellets.
Diane Mathis, custodian of records for USAA Federal Savings Bank
Cary Ihmi, custodian of records for the University of Colorado system
McKayla Hicks, in theater eight the night of the shooting
Tom Finger, neuroscience professor at the CU Medical School
Ben Garcia, friend of the defendant and graduate school classmate at CSU Denver
Dr. Robert Feinstein, psychiatrist who treated the defendant before the shooting with Dr. Lynne Fenton.
6/18/15: DAY 34
Samantha Yowler, was in the theater the night of the shooting .Her boyfriend, Matt McQuinn, died protecting her. Yowler fractured her kneecap in multiple places after the shooting.
Frank Osterberg, assistant dean at the CU-Anschutz Medical Campus graduate school who knew the defendant
Tom Triska, deputy with the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office
Det. Craig Appel, Aurora Police Department
6/19/15: DAY 35
Petra Hogan,in the theater the night of the shooting with her friend, Steven, and other friend, Ethan. Hogan spent 20 days at the hospital after the shooting. She was shot in the forearm, arm and face. She had three surgeries.
Hillary Allen, a classmate of the defendant at CU Denver
David Bunch, loss prevention manager at 24 Hour Fitness
Louie Perea, Arapahoe County Sherfif's Office Undersheriff
Ashley Moser. She is wheelchair bound after the shooting, and lost her unborn baby and 6-year-old daughter Veronica in the attack.
The prosecution rests its case.
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