Fairbanks jurors get a firsthand look at trailer where victim was attacked

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska (KTVF) Jurors returned to court for the fourth day of the Bradley Renfro trial. They spent the morning listening to testimony from finger print experts, and other civilian witnesses connected to the case.

According to the prosecution, Grunwald went to the trailer to smoke marijuana with some of his friends. While there, they attacked him, pistol whipping him and then taking him from the camper and shooting him. (John Dougherty/KTVF)

They also got to do a walkthrough of the trailer where David Grunwald was attacked. The prosecution had the trailer shipped to Fairbanks from Palmer.

According to the prosecution, Grunwald went to the trailer to smoke marijuana with some of his friends. While there, they attacked him, pistol whipping him and then taking him from the camper and shooting him.

The defense is arguing that even though Renfro was at the camper, he didn't have any role in the attack or murder.

After the walkthrough, jurors listened to testimony from the investigator who searched the phones of the people accused in the crime.

The trial is expected to continue for at least another week.

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