"Isn't it true Mr. Davis was the one who was yelling and cursing at him?" Stolla asked.
"Yes," Brunson said.
"And isn't it true that the music was so loud that you couldn't hear everything that was being said?" Strolla asked.
Brunson replied: "Yes."
The third teenager to testify was Stornes, the driver of the SUV.
"Did you take anything out of your car, take a shotgun and put it anywhere?" Guy asked Stornes.
"No," Stornes said.
Guy continued: "Anything at all out of the car? Did anyone else do that?"
"No, sir," Stornes answered.
The prosecution did not try to hide that Stornes was on probation the night of the shooting and was out past his 7 p.m. curfew, but Strolla questioned him extensively about that. Strolla also asked who Stornes called first after the shooting, and that even though he had known Davis a only short time before he was killed, he called him "his homeboy" in a Facebook post the next morning.
Earlier in the day, three officers and a paramedic who responded to the scene testified. Officers said Davis died almost immediately.
Officers Robert Holmes and Dawn Valentine of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office said they found Davis slumped against another young man in the backseat of the SUV.
Blood was coming out of Davis' back, Holmes said.
Friday's testimony ended with a brother and sister who heard the gunshots and both called 911.
The trial will continue at 9 a.m. Saturday.