EL PASO COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) — Week two of Letecia Stauch’s trial starts with autopsy results for Gannon Stauch, the 11-year-old boy she’s accused of murdering, wiretap recordings and evidence pictures. 

Dr. Susan Ignacio, a Florida medical examiner, took the stand Monday to review the autopsy for Gannon Stauch. Dr. Ignacio pointed out 18 stab wounds, or sharp force object injuries, on Gannon’s body, four blunt force injuries on his head and a gun shot wound. 

“He also had hydrocodone in the liver tissue,” Dr. Ignacio said. “I found it unusual.”

Wiretap recordings from a couple of weeks after Gannon’s disappearance played in the courtroom. Letecia is recorded making several calls to an online company asking for an email with the report she paid for. FBI Special Agent Andrew Cohen says they traced the phone number Letecia called back to an online company called fakepolygraph.com.

Cohen says, around the same time she contacted fakepolygraph.com, Letecia told her husband about a polygraph test.

“She was saying that she had passed a polygraph test,” Cohen said. “That she had nothing to do with Gannon’s disappearance.”

During one of the recorded wiretap calls, an employee with fakepolygraph.com is heard telling Letecia that her report was blocked by management because of the context of the questions she requested. 

Detectives testified about searches at the Stauch’s home. During a search on January 28th, 2020, a detective testified about their interactions with Harley Hunt, Letecia’s biological daughter, at the home.

“Harley had refused to respond to the office for an interview and refused to give any information,” Detective Christina Perry said. 

Harley is on prosecutions’ possible witness list and may be called up to testify during the trial.