3:20 p.m. — Grand jury members are done for the day. They will reconvene on May 27.
3:00 p.m. — A young man who was in the jail the night Burdine was brought in has testified. The man said he could hear a commotion but was not in a place where he could see anything. There are no other witnesses in the hallway.
2:45 p.m. — After about an hour testifying before the grand jury an apparant law enforcment officer, wearing a small identifying badge on his suti lapel, is off the stand. He refused as he left the grand jury proceedings to give his name or what he may have testified to.
1:01 p.m. — Donahue has arrived. Grand jury proceedings should begin soon.
12:09 p.m. — The grand jury was expected back at noon and Prosecutor Matt Donahue was expected to arrive. Grand jury watch — Day four, Tuesday, May 20, 2014 9 a.m. The Ohio Attorney General's office is expected to resume hearings later this morning. Check back here for updates on who get called to testify.
Prosecutor Matt Donahue has been leading the grand jury presentation for AG Mike DeWIne. The first hearing occurred May 6 followed by two more days of testimony. Supporters of the Burdine family and other families have been at the courthouse for each hearing.