Jury deliberations at the Tim Bosma murder trial have resumed after coming to an abrupt halt at the John Sopinka Courthouse.
Justice Andrew Goodman temporarily suspended the proceedings after a man on the 12 person jury came down with a migraine and had to be excused at around 11 o’clock this morning.
The jury reassembled in the afternoon to continue listening to Matt Hagerman’s testimony regarding a pact made between him and Andrew Michalski.
The pair agreed to get dump the tool box and drugs they received from Dellen Millard as soon as possible, and wouldn’t make the delivery to Mark Smich as had been requested of them.
This is the third full day of deliberations and jurors have asked a couple of questions since they were handed the case late Monday.
They wanted to know about Sharlene Bosma’s testimony and about Tim’s trip to get gas before he took two men on a test drive of his truck.
But a review of Sharlene’s testimony confirms there was no mention of Bosma going to get gas that night.
Dellen Millard and Mark Smich have both pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in the death of Bosma.
Moments before the juror became sick Wednesday morning, a woman entered the courtroom and interrupted the proceedings.
The woman, in her late 40s or early 50s, said something unintelligible and then knelt in the corner of the courtroom and began to pray.
She was quickly escorted out.