Prosecution continues the questioning of a sergeant who had joined the night shift at the scene
Mr Edwards says two more ranking officers arrived later.
He says a lieutenant arrived at around 10.06pm, as per the time stamp on the image showing him on the scene.
Lieutenant Zimmerman, Mr Edwards says, made sure the area was “locked off”, and wanted more officers on the scene.
Sergeant Bob Dale, from homicide also arrived.
Mr Edwards says both men asked if a crime scene log had been started – a document that notes down which officers had arrived and left the scene.
He said one had been started.
Shortly after the ranking officers arrived, Mr Edwards was told George Floyd had passed away, he says.
Later on, he says that he was told that the DCA was on its way, and had advised his team to stay put.
Mr Edwards says he was also told that the squad car that Kueng and Lane used, as well George Floyd’s vehicle, was to be taken into custody.
Once the cars were taken away, Mr Edwards says he told he could dismantle the crime scene and leave.
The prosecution says he has no further questions.
The defence team allow Mr Edwards to leave the stand, saying they have no questions