Hudson Trial: Detective Shares Photos, Hudson’s Phone Recordings, Medical Examiner Describes Victim’s Wounds
Kiley Hudson’s murder trial entered its fourth day yesterday with Detective Heather Yerrick still on the witness stand from Wednesday.
The Detective showed photos of Hudson to document any injuries he may have sustained and two were found, an inch or two scratch on the left side of the neck and a mild abrasion on the outside of his right arm.
Audio recordings of Hudson’s phone calls while incarcerated were played in which he repeatedly complained police had not taken photos of his injuries.
Under cross examination Detective Yerrick said Hudson described the choke hold Salomon applied to him with an arm, which would not leave ligature marks.
Two other Officers testified to how they found the crime scene and how the knife was located in the garage. Hudson directed the officers to it.
The last witness of the day was the County Medical Examiner, Dr. James Olsen, who described the wounds sustained by Salomon, mentioning various abrasions on the legs, arms and body. The Doctor found three stab wounds: one in the upper right shoulder, one in the right leg and the fatal one on a mid-line from going from outer to center of the back of the chest, four inches deep between the 6th and 7th rib cutting the aorta.
Court was adjourned and will reconvene on Tuesday morning