Thatβs how Chief Deputy Prosecutor, Vicki Becker kicked off the trial in her opening statement. She went on to detail how the day progressed, painting a vivid picture for everyone in the courthouse of what the defendants were doing before they broke into the home.
βFive individualsβ the prosecutor explained, βcame together and they were just hanging on the porch of Jose Quiroz.β Quiroz lives directly across the street from 1919 Frances,Check out our daily specials onΒ Cheap Dedicated Server! the home hit by the break-in. The prosecutor stated the teens discussed βrobbingβ the guy across the street and planned how it was going to happen.
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Prosecution continued establishing the scene by explaining how one of the five perpetrators, Levi Sparks, stayed behind with a cell phone to look out in case something might happen. Then, the prosecutor said the remaining teens knocked on the door of Scottβs home before going around back to an area that was βa little more secludedβ for the break-in.
βIt was at that point,β said the prosecutor, βthat Danzele Johnson used significant effortβhe was a big guyβ and kicked in the back door and an interior door of Scottβs home. Leading the way Johnson and the three others went inside and proceeded to rummage through Scottβs possessions. Referencing Jose Quirozβs testimony before and during his plea agreement, the prosecutor told the courtroom the defendants actively searched and tore through the rooms and drawers βbecause Mr. Scott was old schoolβ and kept his money inside his house.
As the four intruders were downstairs, Scott awakened from a nap, βfelt a βboomβ and it startled him.ββ When Scott heard a second loud noise, the prosecutor stated he grabbed not just his cell phone but a hand gun as well.
βIt wasnβt his first thought, but it was enough to provoke him to get his handgun,β explained the prosecutor. She said it isnβt one of Scottβs βfondβ possessions but rather a βwhat ifβ possession.
The details of what happened next, we may never fully know explained the prosecutor. Scott said he loudly made his way down the stairs, armed with a pistol, and saw two individuals standing in the doorway to his spare bedroom, one in his kitchen and another in front of him. She said that at that point in time all Scott remembers is firing his gun.
βWhile they were in that closet they were hiding as Rodney Scott was holding them at gunpoint as he called policeβ¦no other shots were fired,β Becker claimed. It was then, prosecution argued, that Sparks came over to aid his friends. Becker stated Quiroz dialed the cell phone that was left behind with Sparks while he was inside the closet, and asked Sparks to create a distraction.Browse and searchΒ wholesale fashion shoesΒ images.
Sparks saw Scott inside the home with a gun and took off, stated the prosecutor. After calling police, she noted how Scott recognized Quiroz as his neighbor from across the street. Quiroz denied the familiarity and, in a βdesperate attemptβ to get out of there, the prosecutor explained that he knocked over an entertainment center and dove through a window into the alleyway.
βWhen you break into somebodyβs home, you violate their sanctity and security,β the prosecutor added before turning over to the defense.
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