04/25/2012 08:53 EDT | Updated 06/25/2012 05:12 EDT

Gun photos shown at Leo Crockwell standoff trial

Photographs of what police found in and around a Bay Bulls home — including four guns — were shown yesterday at the trial of a eastern Newfoundland man accused of shooting at police during a 2010 standoff in the Southern Shore community.

The RCMP found a rifle in the rafters in the basement of the home Leo Crockwell was in. They also found a gun on a rack in the house and two shotguns under a ramp at a nearby property.

We don't know yet if those two can be connected to Crockwell.

The jury also saw pictures of two shot guns blasts into walls in the house and the blast he allegedly fired at a RCMP robot.

Gave Crockwell a ride

They also heard from a young woman, who, along with her fiancé gave Crockwell a ride to a house on Petty Harbour Road after he escaped.

She said during the ride, he told them his name was Leo.

When they dropped him at the house, her fiancé asked him his last name and he told them.

She called the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, who picked Crockwell up.

She also told the court, she didn't feel threatened by him.

The trial is expected to continue today.