MAYVILLE, N.Y. - The prosecution rested its case Thursday afternoon in the Anthony "Rob" Taglianetti murder trial.
The focus of testimony on day seven was on DNA evidence.
2 On Your Side's Claudine Ewing is in the courtroom and tells us, two witnesses were called to the stand on Thursday morning. Both discussed the presence of blood on the revolver that was found.
Taglianetti is accused of driving from Virginia to Chautauqua County last September and killing Clymer Schools Superintendent Keith Reed.
One witnesses on Thursday morning said the single source of DNA found on the right side of the revolver barrel belonged to Reed. Inside the gun, there was a mixture of DNA with the major contributor being Reed.