The trio drove around the area looking for Gilbert while staying at the Carriage Inn, according to prosecutors.
Prosecutors also showed text messages taken from Harris’ phone to a contact by the name of “Skitzo” and “Lil Mike,” both nick names or street names for Grevious.
Defense attorney David Washington pointed out during cross examination that Grevious was not in any of the photos.
Miami University Police Detectives Walt Schneider, who specializes in forensic examination of electronic devices, testified he did an extraction of a phone prosecutors said was used by Grevious. Among the searches were “What can the police prove if the phone is not in your name, but you use it?”
Grevious, who has been been dressed during the trial in sweaters, loafers and glasses, was depicted by the prosecution very differently in videos found on the phone. Those videos contained a lot of cursing and flashing of money.
During cross examination of Schneider, Washington pointed out there were other videos on the phone that “did not involve bad language and money.”
The prosecution rested Tuesday, and defense attorneys said they will call no witnesses to testify.
That means the jury will hear closing arguments Wednesday morning on day seven of the trial.