are finding out new details about the man accused of kidnapping and killing Alexis Murphy. Today marks day four in the RandyTaylor murder trial. So far, the Commonwealth has called 35 witnessesto the stand and has presented a large amount of evidence that some say is helping to prove Taylor is guiltyWDBJ 7's Nadine Maeser was inside the Nelson County courtroom to hear the details of thatevidence. She joins us live from Lovingston. Jean, we're talking about a handful of evidence that proves Taylor was with Murphy the day she went missing. The biggest piecesof evidence to prove that includes audio recordings of Taylorand investigators. For the first time,Taylor verbally admitted to hanging out with the 17- year-old the day shewent missing. We saw pictures of the torn fingernail or toenail that forensic experts confirmed belonged to Murphy and had a jaged edge to it. We also sawpictures from a scrapbook that was found inside the abandoned home near Taylor's camper.In it were glamour shots of a young woman who Taylor used to knowbecause he worked at her parent's car dealership in Ruckersville.But the biggest piece of evidence from today isMurphy's I-phone. We now know it was found in a briar patch along Route 29, just feet away fromTaylor's camper. The phone wassmashed so investigators could not get anyinformation from it but we did hear about cell phone records from Verizon. We learned that Murphy's phone pinged in the samevicinty of Taylor's home around 7 p-m on August 3rd.The last time Murphy's phone ever connected to a Verizon tower was at 7-17 that same night.Murphy's family believes the last place she was alive was in Taylor's homebecause she would have never left without her cell phone.sound with trina about cell phone Take a look at this man in the blue shirt. This is Dameon Bradley.He is the person who Taylor claims Murphy hooked him up with to buy someweed on August 3rd. Bradley testified today that he wasn'teven in Nelson County the day shewent missing and that he barely even knew Murphy. Taylor's attorneywas supposed to call Bradley as a witness in a few days but hereleased him so he could go home.The Commonwealth is expected to call two or three morewitnesses tomorrow before resting.Live in Nelson County, NM, WDBJ 7.