MAYVILLE - A forensic investigator confirmed that an ATM receipt found near the victim's body was from Taglianetti's home state.
Michael G. Williams, sergeant investigator for the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office and a member of its forensic investigation team, indicated that an ATM receipt from Virginia was recovered 20-25 feet from the body of Keith Reed Jr., the former Clymer Central Schools superintendent who died as a result of an apparent homicide on Sept. 21, 2012.
Williams, who had recovered the receipt three days after the murder, also indicated that it was found underneath a stretch of tire tracks on Reed's lawn.
According to Williams, the tracks "approached very close" to Reed's body.
David Morton, an investigator for the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office, testified earlier that a .357 Magnum and a box of compatible cartridges of ammunition were found in Taglianetti's vehicle on Sept. 28, 2012, the date he was arrested in Bath County, Va.
Morton confirmed that the six-round weapon had two rounds inside.