ARAPAHO, Okla. - The state rested Monday afternoon in the murder trial of Tucker McGee.
He's accused of killing 16-year-old Jaray Wilson in October 2012.
A witness testified McGee was high on K2 before he shot Wilson.
The motive is still unclear.
The judge dismissed the jury for the night around 5:00 p.m. They'll be back Tuesday morning when the defense starts presenting it's case.
In day 5 in the murder trial of Tucker McGee, the 20-year-old defendant took notes, listening closely as the state put on its final witnesses.
An FBI agent testified phone records put Tucker McGee and JaRay Wilson in the same area the day she was killed.
Caleb McLemore also took the stand.
He's in jail, convicted for his role in JaRay's murder.
He testified he picked up McGee the night of the murder.
At one point, he heard McGee emptying bullets out of a gun.
He says he took McGee and another teen, Cody Godfrey, to bury JaRay's body the next morning.
McLemore never went to police.
They came to him after JaRay's body was found in December 2013, 14 months after she vanished.
Cody Godfrey told investigators where they buried JaRay's body.
He said he and McGee were smoking K2 along a rural road when McGee shot JaRay.
"She was talented. In music and in art, she was very talented," Ronette Thiessan, JaRay's aunt, said.
The defense attorney pointed out the murder weapon has never been found and says McGee's behavior was drastically altered when he smoked K2.
Tuesday morning the defense is expected to call three witnesses. Then closing arguments will happen before the case is finally handed to the jury.