Jordan Davis was shot in a dispute over loud music on November 23, 2012. Davis was in a parked car with friends in the parking lot of a Gate gas station.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- New documents have been released in the first degree murder case against Michael Dunn, who is accused in the killing of 17-year-old Jordan Davis.
While all of the witness names are redacted, 34 people in total are listed to testify about the night Davis was shot.
More than 50 law enforcement personnel will also be called to talk about what they saw at the crime scene that night.
Police say that Dunn shot Davis at a gas station after an argument about loud music.
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The discovery documents show Dunn was interviewed for almost four hours by police after he turned himself in.
Days after the crime, police searched his car, and in documents released Friday, it shows they found several rounds of ammunition, a gun, a silencer and nun chucks.
There were five 911 calls made that night. One of them lasted almost six minutes.
The paperwork also lists what Davis had on him the night he died: A wristwatch. A cell phone. $1.25.
Dunn is due back in court on March 19th.
First Coast News