Christina Morris: Witchcraft Part of Enrique Arochi Trial

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COLLIN COUNTY -- Wednesday was an interesting day in the Christina Morris kidnapping trial; prosecutors wanted to show the jury contents of a jar found inside Enrique Arochi's bedroom.

The jar from Arochi's room was filled with some kind of oily substance, smelled of cinnamon, and had torn pieces of paper in it. One investigator says she Googled the characteristics and the search result told her it was related to witchcraft.

The judge, however, would not allow the mysterious jar into evidence.

Later in the day, another detective said he found  a sticky note in Arochi's trash with bullet points referring to a black shirt, text messages from the same night Morris disappeared, and bank and cell phone bills.

The detective testified he also found Gorilla tape and empty bottles of cleaning product used to mask odors.

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