Bravo Trial Day 7: Cell Phone Data Reviewed
GAINESVILLE - We're on day 7 of the Pedro Bravo trial. Bravo is accused of killing UF student Christian Aguilar over an obsession with a girl.
Towers, cell phone data and pings were all reviewed in court. Gainesville Police Department detective Matthew Goeckle took the stand. He focuses on cellphone records and iPhone data.
A big question was if both Aguilar and Bravo were together. The defense challenged the accuracy of where Verizon towers and Google maps placed the two men.
The defense argued that cellphone location did not conclusively place Bravo and Aguilar in the parking lot of the old Walmart on northwest 13th street. This is where prosecutors claim Bravo strangled Aguilar, inside his two door SUV.
"One point isn't going to tell me which direction he is traveling," Goeckle said.
However the state showed there were eight different cellphone points near the Walmart on northwest 13th street.
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