A key witness took the stand Monday in the Elizabeth Johnson trial -- baby Gabriel's father, Logan McQueary.
McQueary was the first person called to testify against Johnson, his ex-girlfriend. McQueary showed little emotion when talking about his 8-month old son Gabriel. The baby disappeared almost three years ago.
McQueary told the jury he never agreed to put Gabriel up for adoption. He also said he'd recorded phone conversations where Johnson told him she'd killed their son.
"She said yes you made me kill my baby boy. I just kept saying no you didn't. 'I suffocated him till he turned blue I put him in the diaper bag and threw him in the dumpster,'" he testified.
Logan wasn't on the stand very long and there were no questions from Johnson's attorneys.
Johnson's roommate was also called to testify. She'd rented out the baby's room to him.
"She told me that the baby had been put up for adoption. She was separated from the father and they put the baby up for adoption," says Malcolm Phipps.
Phipps told the jury by the time he moved in, the baby crib and most of the baby's things were gone. He also said Elizabeth had been selling personal items and even sold her two dogs as if she planned on moving away.
"She told me at some point that she did not want the baby to go back to the father. She never really went into detail. She said I'm not going to let the father have the baby," says Phipps.
We also heard from two detectives and two of Logan's former co-workers.
Johnson is accused of kidnapping and custodial interference. If convicted, she faces more than 20 years in prison. The trial will continue Tuesday morning.