YAKIMA--Thursday brought more testimony in the murder trial of a Toppenish man.
A forensic pathologist testified how Ezequiel Reyes died and what caused his death.
Toppenish police Sergeant Scott Logan opened the day on the witness stand.
Logan was a detective in March 2007 when Eriberto Gonzalez allegedly shot Reyes outside of a Conoco station.
Logan detailed points of his investigation, and showed the jury surveillance video from the mini-mart.
But, it was the testimony from Gina Finow, the pathologist who performed Reyes' autopsy, that brought tears to his family's eyes.
"The first injury is a penetrating gunshot wound to the head," Finow said. "The entrance wound is located on the right mid-forehead."
Finow said Reyes was also shot in the jaw, wrist and elbow.
Before the day's proceedings began, Gonzalez requested a new lawyer.
The judge rejected his appeal.
The trial will continue Friday and is expected to go into next week.