On behalf of the YCSD, NYPD investigators canvassed Wallace Smith’s neighbors about his activities the night Veronica Smith died.
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YCSD investigators canvassed Ruthie Foreman’s coworkers to learn more about her activities the night Veronica Smith died.
YCSD investigators canvassed Malco theater employees to learn whether Kenneth Lemmons was there the night Veronica Smith died.
After the ketamine finding in the coroner's report, Detectives Armstrong and Murphy consulted a fellow detective about potential street sources for the drug.
After Det. Huckabee said some ketamine may have been missing from the hospital, the detectives re-interviewed Michael O’Connor who’s an anesthesiologist there.
After uncovering new evidence that Billy Lee may have a stronger connection to Veronica Smith than first thought, the detectives decided to re-interview him.
While the detectives were interviewing Billy Lee, YCSD investigators canvassed Billee’s Auto Service employees to learn more about potential connections to Veronica Smith.
Detectives tried to schedule a follow-up interview with Kenneth Lemmons but ended up talking with his attorney Richard Hayes instead.
The detectives re-interviewed Dwight Kramer to try to find out whether the ketamine found in Veronica Smith's body could have come from the hospital.
In light of the information uncovered during the Veronica Smith investigation, the detectives re-interviewed her husband, George O'Connor.
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