BANGOR — Day six in the Carine Reeves trial wrapped up Thursday afternoon.
The gun used to shoot Sally Shaw was never recovered.
That’s what a Maine State Police detectives told jurors on Thursday.
Shaw’s body was found on the side of Route 193 in Cherryfield in July of 2017.
Her alleged killer, Carine Reeves, is on trial in Bangor.
“He pointed at her head and fired,” Assistant Attorney General Megan Elam said during opening statements last week.
In addition to detectives, jurors heard from Zafar Khan.
Khan said he drove Reeves and Quaneysha Greeley, Reeves’ lover and reported witness to the crime, from Bangor to Hartford, Connecticut.
Khan said Reeves told him he needed to get out of the state.
When Khan refused to give them a ride, he said Reeves told him he was trying to get to his kid’s doctors appointment in New York.
“She was fine. They were in the backseat cuddling, making out and all that, so there was no stress,” Khan told jurors.
When asked about the pair’s appearance when he picked them up, Khan described them as dirty.
Greeley is expected to testify against Reeves on Friday.
She already has a plea agreement with the state to drop charges against her in exchange for her testimony.