FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — An Arizona judge ruled Thursday that expert testimony on cellphone data will be allowed in the case of a U.S. Air Force airman who is accused of killing a Mennonite woman.
Authorities used the data and other records to link Mark Gooch to the shooting death of Sasha Krause last year. Krause's body was found outside Flagstaff, more than a month after she disappeared from her church community in northwestern New Mexico.
The judge in Coconino County took up several motions during a hearing Thursday but didn't immediately rule on all of them. The hearing will continue Friday afternoon.
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