Special Agent David Norman, a crime scene specialist with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, spent Thursday morning in a Gwinnett County court room testifying about evidence collected at the scene of the February 2012 shooting death of 15-year-old Nicholas Jackson from Norcross.
"There was projectile here, there was a shell casing here, a shell casing here and two more here, one on top of railing," Norman testified as he pointed to a poster board.
Prosecutors said Jason Dozier and five other men kicked in the basement door of Jackson's home and chased him into his bedroom where he shut the door. Investigators said the gunmen shot at the door several times, fatally wounding the Norcross High School freshman.
Dozier is the first suspect to go to trial. He has been charged with murder, felony murder, armed robbery and burglary. Testimony will resume Friday.
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