Witness testifies about argument the night Dawn Brossard disappeared
David Brossard trial, Aug. 19, 2009
A co-worker testifies about the last day she saw Dawn Brossard alive. David Brossard is charged in his wife's killing. Click to play
David Brossard is on trial, accused of killing his wife in 1997 and dumping her bound body in Geneva Lake. He was found not guilty Aug. 31, 2009 after a two-week trial.
David Brossard enters a Walworth County courtroom Wednesday morning as his trial continues on charges he killed his wife in 1997.
ELKHORN -- A man who cleaned the bank the night Dawn Brossard disappeared testified that he saw her argue with someone that night.
Dawn Brossard was 27 when she disappeared in October 1997. She was working at a Burlington bank on Friday, Oct. 24, and did not report to work the next morning.
Her body was discovered at the bottom of Geneva Lake in 2003. Dawn Brossard's husband, David Brossard, has been charged with her death.
Earlier testimony established that David Brossard was outside the bank that Friday night.
Ryan Koncki, a member of the two-person crew that cleaned the bank said he watched as Dawn Brossard walked into the parking lot, to make sure that she was OK, given that there was a man in the parking lot.
He said she went out of the bank "comfortably, like she knew him." Koncki said he continued keeping an eye on her as he cleaned.
"I remember based off of body language, there was kind of an argument back and forth," he said. "I told (a deputy) it was a heated argument based on the body language and stuff."