|Published:||Nov 15, 2012 12:38 PM EST|
|Updated:||Nov 15, 2012 4:50 PM EST|
FORT MYERS, Fla. - During the second day in the Robert Dunn murder trial, jury heard from first responders who arrived at Bobbie Noonan's Child Care immediately following the shooting of Dunn's estranged wife Christy Lozier Dunn.
Robert Dunn faces the death penalty if convicted of the 2008 killing. He is charged with 1st degree murder, burglary, and child abuse.
Thursday, Cape Coral police officer Gerald Moll testified he was the first officer to get to the scene, arriving just seconds before hearing gunshots inside the building.
After a parent reportedly wrestled the gun away from Dunn, and more officers arrived, Moll said Dunn willingly gave himself up.
That's when Moll went inside, and to the bathroom where Christy Dunn had been shot twice while hiding with a group of children.
"(The children) were bloody, crying, scared. I saw a female lying a pool of blood, grabbed one of the children with my right arm, one with my left, picked them up and ran them out of the building," Moll said.
After the children were safely outside, Moll said he went back inside to check on the victim.
She had a very faint pulse, he said, so he administered CPR for several minutes with no response.
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