The trial for a man who allegedly beat his friend to death with a wrench continued Thursday morning.
Wednesday, the jury heard testimonies from 2 people. But Thursday, 6 people shared their side of the story. One of those was a deputy who found evidence in the home where William Murray was living and where T.J. Blankenship was allegedly killed. The jury saw pictures of what deputies think are blood spots in the living room of that house. They also found that room without any carpet in it, which witnesses said was used to wrap the dead mans body.