Mason Earle is accused of shooting and killing two former classmates in Hamlin last September. The bodies of Alexander Burrow, 20, and Bruce Kane,18, were found in a burned out car.

The trial of a 19-year-old charged with a double murder continues Friday with the second of testimony.

Mason Earle is accused of shooting and killing two former classmates in Hamlin last September. The bodies of Alexander Burrow, 20, and Bruce Kane,18, were found in a burned out car.

Paul Keller and Jeremy Spencer, who first discovered the victims, took the stand Friday morning. Keller told the jury that he saw what he thought was a mannequin on the ground near the car. Prosecutors say that was the body of Burrow.

Keller says after he tapped the arm with his foot, he looked up and saw a skeleton in the car. Prosecutors say that was Kane.

Deputy Stephen Williams, who is on the fire investigation unit, also took the stand. He says the fire started in the passenger side of the car and was intentionally set.

Messenger Post Media will continue to update this trial, our news partner, News10NBC is inside the courtroom.