Knife, hammer head found at condo, murder trial hears

Victoria police officer testifies on seventh day of trial for man accused of killing Revelstoke's Daniel Levesque.

Drops and smudges of what looked like dried blood were visible throughout the Cormorant Street condominium where two injured men were found Aug. 3, 2011, a Victoria police officer said Thursday in B.C. Supreme Court.

Const. Ken Ramsay repeatedly referred to “a reddish-brown deposit consistent with dried blood” found in various parts of the unit while testifying at the trial of Joshua Tyler Bredo, who is charged with first-degree murder, sexual assault and unlawful confinement.

Bredo has pleaded not guilty on all counts.

Bredo and Daniel Jordan Levesque were transported by ambulance from the condominium to Victoria General Hospital, where Levesque was later pronounced dead.

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