[Crime Scene] Jeremy Gladwell talks pregnancy, infidelity, grief and more
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Jeremy Gladwell, victim's friend
Cody Matthews had some time to think and decided to come back in for another chat. Detective Armstrong and I asked him for more details about his alibi for the estimated time of the murder.
Cody Matthews: Well, like I told you before, I went down to the Square and walked around 'til around, like, 9:30. [...] I picked up a pizza. And then [...] I rented a video game from the Redbox.
We also had a follow-up conversation with Jeremy Gladwell where we covered a number of topics, including his alibi, whether anyone ever mentioned a possibly pregnancy, and the death of Kimberly Pace's dog Emerson, among other things.
When we asked him about Paul Evans, who reportedly wasn't Jeremy's biggest fan, he said,
Jeremy Gladwell: However Paul and I may get along personally, one thing I will say for him is that he was as true to Kimberly as the day is long. He wouldn't have done that to her.
In this update, you also have an interview with the dog sitter, Kimberly Pace's sent emails, and fingerprint analysis results.
On Monday, look for additional information recovered from Kimberly's computer, criminal histories of some persons of interest, and more.
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Crime Scene members are Asking the Detective plenty of questions about suspects and evidence. One person asked,
What made those tracks?
Could the tracks which were found behind Kimberly's home have been made by a wheelbarrow?
Another wanted to know,
If the pregnancy box was found in the trash empty, what happened to the applicator? Was that ever located?
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