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Detective Armstrong and I recently had a conversation with Cody Matthews to try to find out what his relationship was with Kimberly Pace. We asked him if he'd ever been to her house, he told us,
Cody Matthews: I mean‒I guess‒I passed by a couple of times too. Several times, actually. The Rebel Bus passes down Jackson street, and I went by, you know, a few times on my bike too.
When we asked him why, he said,
Cody Matthews: Well, sometimes I'd just watch her from a distance. I'd never bother her or anything. I just wanted to be able to see her.
In addition, we talked to Kimberly's doctor, Elizabeth Gregory, who talked to us about Kimberly's health and recent prescriptions.
This update also includes looks at Kimberly Pace's financial status and at what she had on her computer.
On Monday, we'll have interviews with some people who were at the gallery the night of Paul Evans' opening, along with a closer look at some of the information from Kimberly's computer and more.
We hope you enjoyed the free preview of Ask the Detective. We've been answering quite a few questions. Some people are interested in evidence, like the person who asked,
Has the vomit thrown up any new bits and pieces of evidence?
I've been wondering about the vomit which was found at the backdoor. Any new info available yet as to who threw up (human/canine) and what it consisted of?
Others are curious about people, including someone who asked,
Motorbikes and peepers!
On the night Kimberly died, one of her neighbours explained that there was a man looking through her window, as well as a man on a motorbike that seemed suspicious, have either of these men been found yet?
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