The trial has been delayed due to changes in Granskie's legal representation, and an appeal of a judge's ruling regarding a confession made by Granskie that his lawyers claimed was false.
But at Wilson's trial, Wilson testified that the three were drinking alcohol and doing drugs while at a Memorial Day weekend barbecue at the Oak Street home where Stone lived with Granskie's father. He said in the middle of the night, DiTaranto led Stone, who was also intoxicated, into the backyard of the home to have sex with her.
Wilson said DiTaranto and Stone had sex in the backyard on the ground, with DiTaranto keeping his hands on Stone's neck to hold her down. Wilson said he then dropped a cinder block three times on her head to keep her quiet, causing her death.
As part of Wilson's trial, he agreed to testify against Granskie and DiTaranto.