Trial of man accused of Killing Cpl. Eugene Cole resumes in Portland

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PORTLAND, Maine (WABI) - Jurors heard more testimony Thursday in the case against a Madison man who's accused of killing of a Somerset County deputy, including a re-creation of the shooting.

Police did the hands-on exhibition, showing the jury what the scene looked like the day that 30-year-old John Williams shot Corporal Eugene Cole.

Also testifying Thursday morning, a detective who said Williams told them he didn't mean for the shooting to happen.

The state rested its case Thursday.

Williams’s attorney questioned members of the search team that found Williams, asking them about how they treated Williams.

It is still not known if Williams will take the stand in his own defense.

Closing arguments are expected to take place Monday.