Testimony Begins In Cedric Poore Murder Trial
TULSA, Oklahoma - Testimony in the murder trial for Cedric Poore started Thursday morning.
He's accused of killing four women inside of Fairmont Terrace apartment complex in 2013.
Poore's brother, James, was convicted earlier this year for his part in the crime.
Crime Scene Detective Mark Robinson was the only person to have taken the stand 2 1/2 hours into the trial.
The testimony started with Robinson describing the apartment setup. He said the apartment showed no sign of being broken into.
Robinson described where the four bodies were found. But a majority of his testimony centered around crime scene photos, literally dozens of them. The photos further showed jurors how the apartment looks and what evidence was marked at the scene.
The district attorney told the judge he had more stacks of photos to go through so the judge ordered a 15-minute break.
The jurors returned and the detective went over scene diagrams and looking at even more pictures specifically of the victims' bodies and how their hands were tied behind their backs.
This is an ongoing story and we will continue to update this story as we receive more information.