The defense in the trial of Richland teen John Young accused of shooting and killing 17-year-old Joshua Snapp rests its case today.
The defense started presenting its case calling Richland Police Detective Dean Murstig who investigated the scene following Snapp's death.
Murstig was asked about the position of Snapp's body and the three bullets found at the scene as well as the two recovered from snapp's body during and autopsy.
The defense said it's possible one of the bullets found at the scene that did not hit Snapp's body was fired by Young.
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