Detective Chris Katra sworn in
April 20, 2016 (San Diego) Court only met for the morning hearing, but this revealed the state of mind of Robert Branch when confronted by Detective Ward. This came during the testimony of Detective Chris Katra of the San Diego Sherriffs office.
The original incident happened on May 4, 2015, and Katra was assigned the case on May 5. The first steps the detective took was to have Detective Paul Ward come to the Santee station, where he Katra took custody of evidence. This evidence was a tactical vest, an iPhone 4, handcuffs, a flashlight, handcuff keys and a can of mace. He also took photos of the very mild injures that Ward sustained during the scuffle.
Katra already had obtained a warrant to go over the phone, but could not get into it since it was locked. So he went to see Robert Branch…
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