WITNESSES Kos murder trial
Christopher Thompson of Shetland Lane, Poland: To testify he heard Perry Ricciardi, William Monday and David Garvey talk about wanting to kidnap, rape and kill a young girl.
Stephanie Ann Galbraith of Creed Street, Struthers: The mother of Ricciardi's child will testify about Ricciardi's actions the day of the murder and alleged statements he made about being present during the assault.
June Marie Galbraith of Creed Street, Struthers: Stephanie's mother, with whom Stephanie and Ricciardi lived, will also talk about his actions that day and heard him talking about an interview he had with police.
Gerard E. Galbraith of Creed Street, Struthers: Stephanie's father, is to testify he heard Ricciardi talking about burning a body.
Geary Alan Macovitz, Sexton Street, Struthers: To say he heard all three men talk about wanting to kidnap, rape and kill a girl.
Joshua Rhoads, Schenley Street, Struthers: Knew Garvey and served him take-out food at Taco Bell the afternoon of the killing. Police said the men bought Shannon food before her death.
Mike Kassen of Lowellville Road, Struthers: Gas station attendant who sold 25 cents' worth of gasoline to one of the defendants. Police contend the suspects went back the next day and tried to burn Shannon's body.
Gloria Monday of Poland Avenue, Struthers: William Monday's mother, with whom he and Garvey lived. She will testify about what Garvey was wearing the day of Shannon's death, which prosecutors say is linked to serology evidence police gathered; also about Monday and Garvey's actions that day.
Danielle Marie Hamill of Poland Avenue, Struthers: Monday's then-girlfriend who prosecutors say Monday and Garvey visited after the killing. Prosecutors said she will also talk about the men's taking her to the same spot in Mahoning Township, Lawrence County, where Shannon was killed about a week before the murder.
Elizabeth Ann Gregory of Shetland Lane, Poland: Allegedly able to identify the knife used in Shannon's death as belonging to one of the suspects.
Vicki Lynn Steinbeiser of Poland Avenue, Struthers: Hamill's aunt who lived with Hamill during this time frame. Expected to testify that Monday and Garvey were not at her home the day of the killing from 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Larry Myers of Poland Road, Struthers: Expected to identify the knife as belonging to one of the suspects.
Christina Myers of Poland Road, Struthers: Expected to identify the knife and relay information about Ricciardi and Monday's first meeting with Shannon.
William David Iscuria of Wilson Street, Struthers: Expected to identify the knife and testify that he heard the suspects make statements about knives and a desire to rape and kill someone.
Deborah Marie Thompson of Shetland Lane, Poland, and Leanna Thomas of Youngstown Poland Road, Struthers: Worked at a coin-operated laundry where Garvey and Monday allegedly did laundry the day after the killing and filled out employment applications using each other as references.