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Miller Murder Trial Day 2: Prosecution calls key witness

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COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

Tuesday, May 30, was day two of the Miller Murder Trial taking place in Judge William Rumer's courtroom on the 10th Floor of the Government Center in Columbus.  

Michael Miller is on trial for the 1999 murder of Shawnita Campbell. Campbell's body was found on April 12, 1999 along a dirt road adjacent to the property of Warehouse Transmissions off of Martin Luther King Blvd and Warehouse Ave.

On day two, the Prosecution called their key witness to the stand. She testified that Miller spoke to her about the victim on the day of the murder, saying, "If you see that [expletive], tell her I got something for her!"

The key witness also testified to hearing gunshots.

Defense then told the court that this key witness was involved in a robbery attempt at the same location that the victim's body was found on the same morning the victim's body was found.

The drug house located on Coolidge Ave., known in the streets as "The Dog Pound", appears to be the center of all the activity leading up to the murder.

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