Prosecution witness Sheriff Detective Ben Hagglund showed to the jury on Tuesday a .22 calibre handgun allegedly belonging to Michael Oakes. Detective Hagglund did not observe threading on the pistol that would allow it to accept a silencer.
Detective Hagglund also narrated the showing of ferry terminal surveillance video that purported to showed a dark-colored car similar to Michael Oakes' Suzuki and a couple walking nearby. Although Detective Hagglund had also reviewed surveillance video from a Starbucks, he was unable to identify either Michiel Oakes or Jennifer Thompson in the video.
The jury also heard from the general manager and the store manager of a Winthrop hardware store that allegedly sold a gun to Mr. Oakes. The store manager testified that shortly before Mr. Oakes was arrested he had asked the manager to keep two of his guns for him.