Local 6 has compiled the more than two dozen state witnesses called in the second-degree murder trial for George Zimmerman, who is charged with shooting and killing 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
1. Chad Joseph testified on Day 1 of the trial, June 24. The 15-year-old was the last one to spend time with Trayvon Martin before George Zimmerman killed him Feb. 26, 2012. He said the two teens played PlayStation 3 and watched TV before Martin left walking to a nearby 7-Eleven to buy him Skittles.
2. Andrew Gaugh testified June 24. The 7-Eleven clerk who saw Martin buying Skittles and an Arizona brand watermelon fruit juice.
3. Sean Noffke testified June 24. He was the 911 dispatcher who answered Zimmerman's non-emergency call on Feb. 26, 2012.
4. Ramona Rumph testified June 26, and helped Assistant State Attorney Richard Mantei introduce five calls that Zimmerman made before the Feb. 26, 2012 call. The non-emergency calls were to alert police about suspicious people that the crime watch volunteer had spotted in the neighborhood. Rumph is Seminole County Sheriff's Office communications manager.
5. Don O'Brien testified June 25. O'Brien is the president ofhomeowners association of The Retreat at Twin Lakes neighborhood. He said it was his understanding that neighborhood watch volunteers never followed suspects.
6. Wendy Dorival testified June 25. She is the Sanford Police Department's Neighborhood Crime Watch volunteer coordinator. She is also a crime prevention practitioner and said that when she trains volunteers she tells them to stay away from suspects and to notify police. During her testimony, she said Zimmerman was eager to serve his community.
7. Sgt. Anthony Raimondo testified June 25. the Sanford Police officer who tried to revive Martin by performing CPR. Raimondo served as a U.S. Marine.
8. Diana Smith: Sanford Police Department Crime scene technician Diana Smith testified June 25. Attorneys asked her to identify the Feb. 26, 2012 evidence collected.
9. Selene Bahadoor testified on June 25. She lived at the Retreat at Twin Lakes in Sanford when Martin died. She was in the kitchen when she heard noise that sounded like a movement from "left to right," she said. She also said she saw two people "flailing" their arms, heard a gunshot and then saw a body facing down on the grass. Defense attorneys pointed out she liked a Change.org petition related to the case.
10. Jayne Surdyka testified on June 26. She also lived at the Retreat at Twin Lakes when the shooting occurred. She said she heard two voices-- the low-pitched voice, she believes, was Martin. She was distraught on the stand as she listened to herself on a 911 call recording reporting the shooting.
11. Jeannee Manalo testified on June 26. She lived at the Retreat at Twin Lakes with her husband and daughter during the shooting. She said she was watching TV when she heard a loud noise. Her husband told her to "mind her own business." When they heard a gunshot, her husband went outside. She said she saw two shadows and the side of Zimmerman's face.
12. Rachel Jeantel testified on June 26-27 for nearly eight hours. Jeantel is a 19-year-old Miami Gardens high school student who was the last one to talk to Martin on the phone the night of the shooting. During testimony, she described how he ran away from someone who was following him. Defense attorney Don West said her statements were inconsistent.
13. Raymond MacDonald testified on June 27. He is a senior manager at T-Mobile and talked about the way calls are archived from phones.