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Jurors hear 911 audio in David Dooley trial

Dooley in the second day of his trial. (FOX19) Dooley in the second day of his trial. (FOX19)
BOONE CO., KY (FOX19) -

911 audio from the moments after Michelle Mockbee's body was discovered in a Boone County workplace was heard for the first time Friday during the trial of her accused killer.

Prosecutors say David Dooley, 38, murdered Mockbee in 2012 at Thermo Fischer Scientific, where they both worked.

"She's laying what on the ground, covered up, and there's blood all over the floor of the office," a Thermo Fischer Scientific Manager said in the 911 call that was played in the second day of Dooley's trial.

The 911 operator who received the call on the morning of May 29, 2012 took the stand Friday along with Anthony Lusty, the first Boone County deputy to arrive on the scene.

Lusty testified that first responders found Mockbee's body wrapped in plastic with her hands tied behind her back.

Dooley, who has been in jail without bond since September 2012, has maintained he is innocent. An investigation found none of Dooley's DNA on Mockbee's body. Prosecutors claimed his inconsistent alibi led to the indictment.

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