[Crime Scene] Carter Nichols: still rude and disrespectful
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Detective Armstrong and I had another conversation with Carter Nichols to try to find out whether he had connections to any of the other persons of interest. We also wanted to see what he had to say about some people's suspicions that he might have been involved with Kimberly Pace.
Detective Murphy: So you were not having a sexual or a romantic relationship with Dr. Pace?
Carter Nichols: No! Why would I waste my time with someone that old? She's a geezer.
I also followed up on Arthur Beck's invitation to give me a tour of his garden. What I saw there may help us make some progress in determining whether or not he had any involvement in the murder of Kimberly Pace.
This update also includes canvass of the residents of Cody Matthews' dorm and a preliminary summary of the trace evidence findings at the crime scene.
On Monday, we'll have a follow-up interview with Laurence Bricker and ‒ I hope ‒ some search warrants that should help us get some evidence that will implicate one of the suspects as Kimberly Pace's killer. Plus, we'll have some member-exclusive documents that will summarize the status of the suspects' alibis and show a timeline of events surrounding the murder, based on witness statements.
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