CENTERVILLE, Ia. — The daddy of a person charged with homicide within the demise of a deer hunter has testified that his son owned a lot of weapons and saved them “far and wide.”
The Day-to-day Iowegian experiences that Jamison Davis testified Monday within the first-degree homicide trial of his son, Ethan Davis.
Ethan Davis is charged with killing deer hunter Curtis Ross in November 2017 on public looking floor close to Rathbun Lake.
THE TRIAL: Prosecutor says Davis opened hearth from hilltop
Jamison Davis says his son owned shotguns, pistols, knives and multiple AR-15-style weapon. Prosecutors say a type of AR-15 firearms was once used to kill Ross.
Jamison Davis says his son saved weapons “far and wide,” together with quite a lot of spots on the circle of relatives farm and in his cars.
Previous Monday, Kenneth Brown, an worker of a close-by quarry operation, says he heard gunfire on Nov. 24, 2017. He known as them “speedy hearth photographs that I used to be now not acquainted with.”
THE CASE: Reminiscences of hunter Curtis Ross
Prosecutors have accused Davis of perching on a hilltop and the usage of an AR-15 to shoot Ross, who was once additionally stabbed greater than two dozen occasions. Officers say they do not have a purpose for the killing.