YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT
Investigating Officer(s): Det. S. Murphy. Det. T. Armstrong
Incident No.: 002267-25I-2011
Case Description: Kimberly Pace Homicide
The following email messages were taken from the emails found in a password-protected file on Kimberly Pace's MacBook portable computer (Evidence # 002267-02-01) taken into evidence from the crime scene. The selections below were deemed potentially relevant to the investigation into the murder of Kimberly Pace and are typical of all sent and received emails on the computer.
Emails are organized by the date of the original message.
Click the date to see the corresponding email exchanges.
It was good to see you as well. I believe the book we discussed is called "The Gift of Fear" by Gavin de Becker. It's a really good exploration of stalking. I hope it helps although I hope even more that you don't need to use it. Keep me informed of what happens. I'll keep my fingers crossed and pray that there's nothing to worry about.
On Sun, Aug 14, 2011 at 1:50 PM, kpace@*******.edu wrote:
> at the Southern Writers, Southern Writing conference. It's been too long since we had
> Thanks for the info and hope your semester gets off to a good start!
Sorry it took a while to respond... things have been crazy around here. How is life in the ivy-covered walls of academia?
Anyway, I'm not sure I can answer your question with any certainty. But, I would think that the chances of you getting caught are pretty slim. You don't meet any of the typical red-flags for an audit, so that would only happen if they picked you from random. One of the ways that they would check things out is that they could look at the money coming in and out of your checking account. They know how much you make from teaching, but if there is a boatload of extra money flowing through your account, then that would be an indicator of something wrong. I'm assuming that your tips aren't enough to be going out and buying a Ferrari or anything so I don't imagine you would attract a whole lot of attention. So I think you're safe.
On another note, Bobby had an appendicitis but is recovering from the surgery nicely.
On Wed, Aug 17, 2011 at 10:30 PM, kpace@*******.edu wrote:
> Got a dumb question I'm sure you'll be able to answer for me... and probably get a
> I know you think I'm an idiot, but that's what you get for leaving me in the academic
You guys are ridiculous. How many times is this now? You should just dump his sorry ass.
On Thu, Aug 18, 2011 at 9:43 AM, kpace@*******.edu wrote:
> No, he's threatening to move out again. I'm through worrying about it. I gotta run... I'll
You know I care about you and wish you the best. Which means that I just have to ask this question... is this relationship really worth it? You guys just seem to fight an awful lot and he's constantly moving out, moving back in, moving out again and it just never seems to end.
It sounds like you're relaxing and enjoying the quiet, so I hope you get some rest. But I really think you should think about the validity of this relationship.
On Sat, Aug 20, 2011 at 2:55 PM, kpace@*******.edu wrote:
> Anyway, so like I said earlier... he's talking about moving out again. As usual, he's
Glad you got the book. I hope it helps. Definitely keep me updated on what happens. I'm worried about you. Don't take this thing lightly. Treat it as serious as you can. Call me, at any time day or night, if you need anything!
On Sat, Sep 3, 2011 at 9:11 AM, kpace@*******.edu wrote:
> I got the book. Thanks! I haven't been able to read it all yet... I'll let you know when I
Certainly we can talk about the issues with Laurence. You shouldn't have to keep putting up with his nonsense. Come by during my office hours and we can talk. If I'm booked up, we can make plans for coffee or lunch or something.
On Sun, Sep 4, 2011 at 3:23 PM, kpace@*******.edu wrote:
> Could we possibly get together sometime so I can get your advice on Laurence.
> Thanks for your help. You've been a great mentor to me since I joined the faculty. I'm
Well, I'm glad you're having a blast. Just try not to worry too much. I think it's important that you evaluate your relationship, but at the same time, don't let it get you down. Have fun and enjoy the time to yourself!
On Sun, Sep 14, 2011 at 9:11 AM, kpace@*******.edu wrote:
> I say, screw him. He'll be back. I just don't really need his hassle right now. Everything