'just say u don't know what i do,' accused texted ex after police interview, murder trial hears - black plastic sheeting
The man accused of killing Kristen Wood told his predecessor
According to the text message shown on his second appearance, the girlfriend does not say anything to the police about him
Wednesday's murder trial
Brett ovby was charged with the death of 21-year-old Wood, who disappeared on August 2016.
Wood's body was found on June 2017 in a farmer's field in Springfield, Eastern Winnipeg.
On April 2017, overby was arrested prior to this finding and charged with a second offencedegree murder.
He pleaded not guilty. On Wednesday—
The day after the trial
The juror received a text message from his predecessor, Shirley Hurle.
Girlfriend, before his arrest, but shortly after an interview with police in Houle.
"Do me a favor and you don't know anything I do. k?
I didn't do anything, it was just that I was really nervous and wanted them not to bother me any more, "tetterthouler said in a report on February. 1, 2017.
So ask a woman and say you don't know what I'm doing. .
Or with whom or something.
"Houletesti dated her for nine years on Wednesday before breaking up on March 2016.
She said she moved out of their cave Boulevard because Overby paid for it.
She says they are still friends and are still texting, chatting and hanging out.
A jury of nine men and three women heard that huile had spoken to Overby on August. 20, 2016 —
Believe the day Wood died.
Kristen Wood met the accused killer on many fish dating sites, and the court told her that she went to the cave house the next day and spent more than three hours with her predecessor.
"We will continue to watch that Orange Is the New Black," she said . " She is referring to the Netflix series.
"I noticed Brett showed off my favorite food, including a box of fresh fruit and three bags of chips," she said . ".
She testified that he wanted to hug but she refused.
"In those three days, have you ever observed anything unusual --and-a-
You were with Mr for half an hour. Overby?
Asked prosecutor Brent Davidson.
"No," replied Hu Le.
After that day, she testified that she did not see him often and spoke to him because her new boyfriend was upset and she went to the cave house.
She told the court that she knew her ex was dating as well and had a lot of fish accounts on the dating site.
"He sent me pictures to see if they were good enough to put them online," she laughed . ".
"I told him he was a nerd.
"Auvbi also laughed from the prisoner's box.
Hu's testimony made him laugh.
On the first day of the trial, the jury heard Wood meet on a large number of fish.
On February, when Houle and Overby texted after an interview with the police, Overby proposed his online appointment.
"Udon noodles don't know [POF]Plenty of Fish]
He wrote to Hu Le.
"Well," she replied. "Umm what? ? " he asked.
"I may have already said that.
She replied: "About the POF.
Houle went on to explain that the police asked about her phone and the last time she saw him.
The conversation soon ended.
On Wednesday, the jury saw a series of photos including the yard, the driveway and the inside of the overby's burrows home.
Houle testified that apart from the two differences in the basement: a large hole in the dry wall, a plastic cloth between the ceiling and the three
Lost quarterly Wall.
She also saw a picture of a man and a woman sitting on the sofa.
"That's Brett," she said . " She added that he was sitting on his grandmother's sofa with the woman.
Melinda Wood was shown the same photo as she testified on Tuesday.
She called the woman her daughter Christine.
How the police got the photos has not yet been released in court.
Interestingly, what the jury heard before Overby did not enter the police radar until early 2017, when the detective obtained a record of two Facebook messages sent by Wood on August. 20, 2016.
This information is sent from the IP address of Overby.
The two men received the information on Wednesday and the court heard it.
Xiao Huang and Bao trantestified Wood are looking to buy cocaine worth $100.
Both testified that they were selling cocaine to friends and people at their party at the time, but did not sell it to her that night.
Trantestified said he only had about 10 contacts with Wood, while Wong said he had been with Wood nearly 50 times, mostly at parties, or when he was selling cocaine.
He was also asked about Wood's behavior when he was drinking.
He told the court that he had broken the quarrel between her and another girl at a party.
He also said that she "snapped" at him for no reason at another party, and that he "calmed her down in words ".
"Queen's Court Judge Chris Martin will be presiding over a jury trial, which is expected to last until May 17.