MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. - Autopsy photos were shown to a jury Tuesday in the trial for a man who is charged with murder in the death of 14-year-old Armada teen April Millsap.
Millsap was walking her dog on the Macomb Orchard Trail in July 2014 when she was killed. Her body was found a few feet off the trail by a passerby.
Prosecutors said Millsap was hit with a motorcycle helmet and almost sexually assaulted.
Deputy Macomb County Medical Examiner Mary Pietrangelo about seeing the teen's body at the crime scene and then doing the autopsy.
Pietrangelo said Millsap had her clothes ripped down around her body and she had "dripping" blood on her face.
James VanCallis is charged with murder, kidnapping and criminal sexual assault. His attorney says there's no DNA evidence linking him to the crime.
A side-by-side comparison between Vancallis’ mugshot and an artist’s sketch based witness descriptions.
So far, the jury has heard testimony from Millsap's mother, an FBI investigator, a witness who said he saw Millsap talking to a man on a motorcycle, the man who found her body and several first responders to the scene.
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