ADAMS COUNTY, Colo. -- The preliminary hearing for Jeremy Webster, the suspect in the Westminster road rage shooting, ended with a recess on Friday.
After a day full of testimony, the judge decided to continue the case until next week.
The day included more than three hours of video of Webster explaining his side of the story in an interview with detectives. The public was asked to leave while the video played.
There was testimony from detectives as well as cross-examination.
During cross-examination, a detective said Webster did say, "It feels like a bad dream," during their interview.
"It just doesn't feel real," a detective recalled Webster saying. "I have no idea what happened. I have dreams like this all the time."
On June 14, Webster followed 41-year-old Meghan Bigelow’s vehicle for several blocks, the Westminster Police Department said.
She was with her three children. Webster then parked behind her vehicle outside a dental office near West 80th Avenue and Sheridan Boulevard.
Police said Webster and Bigelow were arguing before the suspect shot her and two of the children -- 13-year-old Vaughn and 7-year-old Asa.
Vaughn was killed. Meghan and Asa suffered life-threatening injuries. Meghan’s third son, a 12-year-old, was not shot.
A detective said Webster was seeing a psychiatrist and taking medication for bipolar disorder.