David Bomber



Q. Okay. Now, approximately how long were you at Mike’s apartment?

A. At Mike’s apartment from work?

Q. Like the first time, remember where I went — You were at Mike’s apartment and then, after you left Mike’s apartment you went where?

A. To our apartment.

Q. Okay. How long were you there the first time?

A. Maybe thirty (30) to forty-five (45) minutes, maybe. Not long.

Q. Okay. When you left — Why did you leave Mike’s apartment?

A. Because we started about possibly going to the pool and I told them that before I went to the pool that I was going to take a shower. That they could come down to the apartment and drink beer and party and have conversations down there. But mainly, I just really wanted to get out of that apartment. I was just trying to come up with an excuse even though I really wanted to take a shower. But, I really wanted to get out of his apartment because it was an uncomfortable environment for me.

Q. Okay. And so, did the three (3) of you drive or walk?

A. Walked.

Q. Okay. And when you got back to your apartment, what did you do?

A. They sat down in the living room and I said, I’ll be right back. I’m going to run upstairs and I want to take a shower. I’ll see you all in a little bit.

Q. Okay. And about how long was it before you came back downstairs?

A. Thirty (30) minutes.

Q. Okay. And what you find when you came downstairs?

A. Mr. Bomber and Mr. Worrell was playing around, like, doing arm wrestling.

Q. They were arm wrestling?

A. And like, they are laying down in the floor doing it.

Q. Where were they arm wrestling?

A. In the floor.

Q. They were down on the floor?

A. Uh-huh.

Q. Holding their arms up like this and —

A. Yes.

Q. Okay. Was it —

A. I believe that was what they were doing.

Q. Was — Was — Was David beating Mike?

A. No.

Q. Okay. And when you came down, what did they do?

A. I told them to stop, it was childish. Just laughing at them.

Q. Okay. And what happened next?

A. They got up and they were laughing and they went over to the couch and sat down and took a couple of drinks and they started talking. I was walking around in the apartment trying to find the rest of my things that I wanted to take to the pool with me.

Q. Okay. And at some point, did you find what you needed?

A. Yes.

Q. Okay. Now, at any point while you all were there at your — your apartment —

A. Uh-huh.

Q. The first time that you were at your apartment, when you went there to shower, was there any more discussions at that point about you getting Loritab for Mr. Worrell?

A. No.

Q. Okay. Now, did you all decide, okay, to go to the pool?

A. After Mr. Worrell had tried yelling at David.

Q. What did he yell at David for?

A. I do not recall, but there was yelling. Like, Michael had gotten aggravated about something. And David was like, Dude, I don’t understand why you are mad. And I was like. Look we need to all calm down; you’ll are supposed to be friends; you’ll just met each other today. Just be friends and calm down and all go to the pool.

Q. And Mr. Worrell was —

A. Mr. Worrell said, that I need to go back to my apartment and change into my clothes before I go.

Q. Had Mr. Worrell misplaced his cell phone?

A. Yes.

Q. Okay. Do you think that was what the yelling about?

A. I could probably assume it would be.

Q. Okay. When you all walked back to Mr. Worrell’s apartment to get his bathing suit, did he also say that he had misplaced his keys?

A. Yes.

Q. And had he?

A. No.

Q. Where were his keys?

A. Still at his apartment.

Q. Okay. And how did you know they were still at his apartment?

A. Because I was the one that drove the car back and I’m the one that laid the keys on the table. And I remember he — the only thing that they grabbed when they walked over to our apartment was the alcohol.

Q. Okay. And as far as Mr. Worrell’s cell phone, I mean did he find that?

A. Yes.

Q. And how did he find that?

A. It was in his pocket.

Q. Okay. Did Mr. Bomber have to call his number?

A. Uh-huh.

Q. And it rang?

A. Yes.

Q. Okay. So, what did you all you do when you went — when you got back to Mr. Worrell’s apartment for the second time?

A. For the second time, Mr. Worrell went in — in to his apartment. I stood at the door. David was standing below the steps. It was hot, so I went ahead and walked in because the air conditioner was running. Mr. Bomber followed me after — me in shortly after, and Mr. Worrell was still changing. And I was trying to tell David that, you know, hey look, you’ll have had your fun with the drinking. I think you need to slow down. And he goes, okay, I won’t drink anymore. I’ve only had maybe three (3) or four (4) beers anyway.

Q. Okay. And at some point, did Mr. Worrell change?

A. Yes.

Q. Okay. And the two of you — All three (3) of you then went to the pool.

A. Yes, we did.

Next in the series: The testimony of Velvie Proffitt – Part 6.

SEE ALSO CASE NO. 7:16cv00171 IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT @ http://vawd.uscourts.gov

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