Prosecution Rests Case in Aaron Powell Murder Trial

Published 07/23 2014 04:48PM

Updated 07/23 2014 05:09PM

The prosecution wrapped up its case in the Aaron Powell murder trial.

Things got off to a slow start this morning, as a juror was an hour and a half late getting to Broome County Court.

Once the testimony did get underway, two Verizon employees took the stand talking about cell phone records and the way calls are made in relation to cell towers.

The prosecution says that Aaron Powell, 40, used his cell phone in the early morning hours on March 22nd of last year in his former home where his estranged wife, Christina, was living.

He is accused of killing her and her friend, Mario Masciarelli, 24, in the house on Lisi Lane in the Town of Binghamton.

The trial will continue tomorrow at 10 a.m.

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