Byers called 9-1-1 to report the incident, and a recording of her call was played as part of the state's closing argument.
Assistant State Attorney Samantha Barrett estimated Brennan died between a phone call she made at p.m.
They pointed out the only sample police took from Brennan's yard, where the state said the killing took place, was tested at a lab and came back negative it wasn't blood.
Police didn't test blood found near Brennan's body, which the defense said could have belonged to her true attacker. "If she's found guilty, there's something very wrong with the system." When a clerk read the verdict, Byers sat between Ariel Hill and one of Graham-Trott's sons, both of whom had testified about the night Brennan went missing. After the verdict, Byers left the courtroom, tears in her eyes.
After presenting a witness who said evidence should have been handled differently to prevent possible contamination, the defense rested their case.and about , when she would have usually left home to get to an appointment with a personal trainer.Barrett recalled testimony that the night Brennan died, Graham-Trott left her house at about 6 or 7 p.m., saying she needed to go to Walmart.“I completely disagree with the president,” he said when asked about the...A fourth body was located in the Everglades Wednesday morning, killed after two planes collided Tuesday afternoon in the sky over the Everglades.She suggested Graham-Trott waited in Brennan's yard on Cypress Street in Indialantic, then attacked from behind.While the associate medical examiner testified the injuries that ended Brennan's life were consistent with being hit with a hammer, no such weapon was ever found.We have many plans and enthusiasm to keep expanding and making Murderpedia a better site, but we really need your help for this. Brevard woman guilty in love-triangle murder, sentenced to life By Andrew Ford - Florida September 17, 2014 Margret Byers watched her daughter stand as a jury said she was guilty of first-degree premeditated murder, and a judge sentenced to life in prison. Brennan's relatives declined to speak with FLORIDA TODAY, one woman said they miss her. The state said the case came down to comments Graham-Trott made on the night Brennan went missing.Sheila Graham-Trott was accused of the February 2010 killing of Kelly Brennan, her estranged husband's lover. Her sons testified she told them she had a dream Brennan had been hurt, then drove with them to a beach access near Mark's Landing in Melbourne Beach.Three other people also died in the crash that is in western Miami-Dade County.After Tuesday’s search was halted by darkness, what police called a recovery...