[Crime Scene] Arthur Beck and Det. Armstrong face off
to your address book
This email contains graphics, so if you don't see them, view it in your browser.
We caught up with Paul Evans again recently to follow up on the pregnancy questions and several other issues. We asked him if Kimberly would have told him if she suspected she was pregnant.
Paul Evans: I'm absolutely sure that if she thought she was pregnant, she would have told me. She was a good girl. She didn't lie or sneak around. You guys can say what you want about me, but I will not let you sit here and badmouth her!
We also got together with Arthur Beck again, and things got a little heated between him and Det. Armstrong a few times, like when Beck claimed he didn't recall whether he heard Kimberly's dog barking the night she was killed.
Detective Armstrong: You don't even want to take a moment to think about it?
Arthur Beck: Listen, don't bully me, fella! I told you I don't remember and that's the end of it!
Today's update also includes criminal history checks for two more people of interest to the investigation, as well as the results of our attempts to verify Carter Nichols' alibi.
On Thursday, we'll have another interview with Carter Nichols and the transcript of my informal conversation with Arthur Beck over the weekend, plus the results of an alibi check for another person of interest, and more.
The Whodunit Contest starts on Thursday
The Whodunit Contest will open later this week, so I hope you've identified your prime suspect(s) and figured out your theory of the crime.
If you need more information to get ready for the contest, you can Ask the Detective. It's quick and easy to join Crime Scene, and then you can get all the inside scoop.
If you aren't a Crime Scene member yet, you still have a few days to join for 50% off. Between now and this Thursday, November 10, 2011, enter EMAIL50 at checkout to get a 6-month, non-renewing Crime Scene membership for only $3.50.
Important: The coupon code is case-sensitive, so make sure you enter all capital letters before the numbers.
As a Crime Scene member, you can review the detective's answers to all the questions and ask some of their own. Plus, you get to see complete interview videos without ads. And at just $3.50 ‒ less than a fancy cup of coffee ‒ why wouldn't you give it a try?
Discuss the investigation
You don't have to identify the important information in the case documents all by yourself, Visitor. Your fellow Detectives and Officers in the Crime Scene Community can help you sort through everything to figure out what's important and discard what isn't. Just post in the comments on the individual case documents or stop by the Crime Scene Forum to join in the conversation.
• Anonymous Tipsters are always welcome at Crime Scene, and you don't need to pay anything or even sign up to enjoy a case.
• Officers can use their registered Crime Scene IDs to post comments on case documents, see the questions the detectives are answering, and participate in the Crime Scene Community.
• Detectives can use their paid Crime Scene IDs to do everything the Officers can, plus they can ask the detectives questions about the investigation and get answers. They also get to see interview videos without ads and can review solutions of solved cases.
Detectives also get access to exclusive case documents and, coming soon, even more premium features.
Share this on Facebook
3440 N 16th St #4
Phoenix AZ 85016