Tuesday marks the second day of the Reagan Tokes trial but before any witnesses were called, the 12-person jury was bussed around the city, making stops where each phase of the gruesome crime allegedly unfolded.
First, the jurors, aboard a large with tinted windows, were taken to Bodega in the Short North. This where Tokes was working the night she disappeared and was the last place she was seen alive. Brian Golsby is accused of kidnapping her while walking to her card close to 3rd Avenue on High Street.
Then, they visited two banks where Golsby allegedly forced Tokes to withdraw money.
Next, the jurors stopped on South Pearl Street where prosectors believe Golsby sexually assaulted Tokes.
Lastly, the group traveled to Scioto Metro Parks where prosecutors say Tokes was shot in the head at point blank range, reports 10TV.
The trial is expected to last several weeks. Testimony is set to begin this afternoon.
After this trial, 10TV reports Golsby will also be tried for several armed robberies that happen in South Columbus just before Tokes’ murder.