Seventeen-year-old Jordan Davis was in the back seat of this Dodge Durango at the Gate station at the corner of Southside Boulevard and Baymeadows Road on November 23, 2012, when he was hit by gunfire fired into the SUV.
Police say eight or nine shots were fired at the SUV.
According to the evidence list, five 9mm shell casing were found in the parking lot.
A 911 caller said he heard, "More than six (shots), then it stopped for a second."
The next morning, police continue to gather evidence in the fatal shooting at the Gate station.
The SUV was taken to the police impound lot for more forensic analysis.
Evidence technicians use the orange rods to mark the trajectories of each shot that entered the SUV.
Six bullets hit the passenger doors of the SUV.
Three more shots were fired from the rear of the vehicle. Witnesses said the shots continued as the SUV was driving away.
Witnesses said the shots were fired after an argument over loud muse. The SUV was outfitted with large after-market speakers.
One witness reported the license plate of the gunman's car was he left the scene. It was traced to Michael Dunn, of Satellite Beach.
Dunn's Volkswagen Jetta was impounded by the Brevard County Sheriff's Office.
Inside, investigators cataloged and photographed several items of interest.
In and on Dunn's vehicle, police found more shell casings.
A magazine with eight live rounds was found in Dunn's car.
Police document the 9mm bullets in the clip.
Also found was a silencer. Dunn's attorney, Corry Strolla, said the silencer was a novelty item and not used in the killing at all.
Also in Dunn's car, nun chucks -- a martial arts weapon.