Hosier trial enters day three

The murder trial for David Hosier appears to be winding down.

The prosecution rested its case Wednesday morning and defense will continue with its case during afternoon testimony.

Earlier Wednesday, an ATF agent testified about weapons parts detectives testified belonged to David Hosier, which they found during the murder investigation.

The agent told the court Wednesday it is not illegal to own a submachine gun template or specific gun parts, but it does become illegal when the gun is assembled because the weapon has no serial number.

The agent also testified that no submachine gun was found in the Missouri part of the investigation.

A police detective testified Tuesday about going to Oklahoma after Hosier was arrested. His car was in an Oklahoma storage area and was searched for evidence.

Inside, police found, among other things, more than a dozen firearms, various rounds of ammunition, a legal pad with writing that included the license plate of one of the victims, and two cell phones.

KRCG 13 has a crew in court and will update the story as details come out.