Five witnesses testified at Bob Woolmer's hearing as the inquest into the death of the former Pakistan cricket coach reached its 13th day.
Jamaican detective Devon Harris spent three-and-a-half hours on the stand answering questions from prosecutor Kent Pantry.
He testified about fingerprints that were found on glasses and a champagne bottle in Woolmer's room.
But he did not say whose fingerprints were found. It is expected that deputy commissioner of police Mark Shields will shed more light on the matter when he is set to testify next week.
Woolmer, a former England batsman was found unconscious in his Jamaica hotel room on March 18, a day after his Pakistan team was humiliated by Ireland in the cricket World Cup.
Woolmer was pronounced dead at the University of West Indies hospital, which sparked an intense manhunt by the Jamaican police, who first reported inconclusive, then suspicious, then that he had been murdered.
Thursday's low-key testimony was in contrast to Wednesday when stadium janitor Patricia Baker-Sinclair said she feared for her life after receiving threatening telephone calls following her first day on the stand.
After first refusing to enter the room, Baker-Sinclair did appear in person Wednesday afternoon but only after being told she could be fined for not taking the stand.
The inquest will take a break on Friday, but will resume on Monday. It is set to end on November 9.