On June 24, 2013, the prosecution in the George Zimmerman trial called their second witness to the stand: Andrew Gaugh. Gaugh worked in the local, Sanford, Florida 7-Eleven story Trayvon Martin frequented minutes before he was identified and followed by George Zimmerman. Zimmerman faces second-degree murder charges and life imprisonment if convicted of the Feb. 26, 2012, shooting death of 17-year-old Martin.
Gaugh testified that on the day of the murder, he was working from 4 pm - 10 pm. He didn’t recall having any conversation with Martin and relied on surveillance video footage for his testimony. The jurors saw the surveillance footage captured from the store, you may see that video footage in the video below.
There wasn’t much revealed during Gaugh’s testimony and cross examination by Mark O’Mara was short. O’Mara asked Gaugh about his height, what he was doing in the back of the store, and whether he sold Martin a bag of Skittles and an Arizona iced-tea in a 7-Eleven bag.
Click below to watch the full video of Andrew Gaugh’s testimony. You may also see photos from the surveillance video below.