PHOTO GALLERY: Defendant Tony Lewis faces trial for Aaron Hobson murder, robbery

Wednesday, February 1, 2012 | 10:27 p.m. CST; updated 9:22 a.m. CST, Thursday, February 2, 2012

COLUMBIA — Tony Lewis of Boonville goes to trail for second-degree murder and second-degree robbery in the slaying of Aaron Hobson. Lewis is said to have been positioned the closest to Hobson at the time he was fatally shot.

After gaining the approval of Judge Oxenhandler, defense attorney Jennifer Bukowsky submits photos of the crime scene at the Break Time gas station on Nifong Boulevard as evidence on the second day of Tony Lewis' trial Wednesday.
Defendant Tony Lewis listens to the testimony of Detective Steve McCormack on the second day of Lewis' trial Wednesday evening. Lewis is charged with the second-degree murder of Aaron Hobson in October 2010 at the Break Time gas station on Nifong Boulevard.
Defense attorney Jennifer Bukowsky holds up photos of cartridge casings found at the Break Time gas station the night of Aaron Hobson's murder in October 2010 for Detective Robert Dochler to review Wednesday evening at the Boone County Courthouse.
Rossa Hunt, mother of Aaron Hobson, the murder victim of the shooting which took place at the Break Time gas station in October 2010, listens as forensic pathologist Carl Christopher Stacy describes the trajectory of the bullet through Hobson's body.

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