More witness testimony was heard today in the Craig Ingersoll trial. He's the Utica man accused of killing Jennifer Bennett back in January of 2007.
DNA analysts went on the stand explaining how they created DNA profiles for the evidence found on the victim's body.
But, the most compelling piece of evidence would be an interview taped between investigators and Ingersoll.
Witness testimony revealed that Ingersoll lived on Utica Road back in January of 2007 not too far from the Deerfield Fire House where Jennifer Bennett's body was found.
The jury also learned that the suspect did hang around that fire house, saying he was friends with some of them.
David Nowakowski, an investigator of the Oneida County Sheriff's Office was assigned to interview Ingersoll when officials learned that a hair found on Jennifer's back matched that of Ingersoll's DNA.
Ingersoll was currently serving time at the Oneida County Jail for unrelated charges of Grand Larceny.
When investigators asked if Ingersoll knew Jennifer he says he recognized her from the media, but didn't know her.
And when asked what should happen to the person that did this to Jennifer, Ingersoll said that person should go to jail.
"I can prove 100 percent that you're the last person with Jennifer Bennett when she was alive and left her with her pants down," said an investigator during the taped interview.
Ingersoll's story quickly changed after that. He responded by saying he didn't know where to start with the investigators.
He says he picked up Jennifer where he used to live in West Utica and had sex with her in his truck.
At some point Ingersoll said Bennett passed out and then he said he panicked.
"I took her out of the truck and I didn't know what to do," said Ingersoll during the taped interview.
Later during the interview Ingersoll admitted in the video to putting his hands on her neck to hold her down so he could have sex with her when she didn't want to.
There is one more witness to take the stand tomorrow.