The trial of Kendall Batchelor, 23, the daughter of auto dealer Ken Batchelor, resumes Monday in the courtroom of 451st state District Judge Kristen Cohoon. Batchelor is charged with the second-degree felony in the death of 48-year old David John Belter, a Boerne resident.
On Wednesday, the prosecution rested its case after Batchelor testified that she was drunk on the night of June 2, 2022, when she got behind the wheel of a truck that officials say plowed into Belter’s car, killing him. Other revelations the court heard included testimony that Batchelor requested a specific highway patrolman be called to the scene.
Batchelor’s defense attorney, Louis D. Martinez, began calling witnesses on Wednesday, with Batchelor taking the stand that day.