Police say a total of 9 bullet holes were found in Jordan Davis’ SUV after Michael Dunn, 46, fired into the teen’s vehicle during a dispute over loud music.
Dunn faces up to life in prison for the 17-year-old’s 2012 death.
Officials say Dunn became enraged and he and Davis began arguing. Dunn, who had a concealed weapons permit, pulled a 9 mm handgun from the glove compartment of his car, according to an affidavit, and fired shots into the Dodge Durango. Nine bullet holes were found in the car.
Prosecutors rested their case after a medical examiner testified that the first bullet that hit Davis in the abdomen likely killed him.
The bullet went through his lower abdomen, into his diaphragm, through his liver and hit his aorta.
Dunn has entered a plea of not guilty, and is claiming self defense.
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