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MISSISSIPPI CRIME LABORATORY

DATE ANALYSIS PERFORMED: 8/16/2013

Andrew Needham, FTEE
Jackson Laboratory
Jackson, MS 39205
601-987-XXXX (FAX 601-987-XXXX)

Analysis: Latent Print Examination; Serology; Trace Evidence Analysis; Ballistics

Case #: 002330-22G-2013

Case Description: Douglas Reed Homicide Investigation

Investigative Agency: Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department

Investigating Officer(s): Det. S. Murphy, Det. E. Parker

Summary of Preliminary Evidence Analysis

Evidence # and Description

Findings

Evidence Photos

002330-01: One (1) key ring with two (2) keys and one (1) key fob with pin-hole camera and micro USB port, recovered from floor underneath chair in westernmost second row chair northwest corner of YCCC Meeting Room 10 Two (2) unidentified full and partial fingerprints; see attached report for disk metadata and video EXIF information
002330-02: One (1) 25-oz. stainless steel water bottle approximately 1/3 full with clear liquid, recovered from lectern in northwest corner of YCCC Meeting Room 10 Three (3) full and partial fingerprints consistent with Douglas Reed; GC-MS analysis identifies contents as consistent with purified water
002330-03: One (1) Samsung Nexus cellular telephone, recovered from the victim's right front pants pocket Four (4) full and partial fingerprints consistent with Douglas Reed; digital forensic analysis is ongoing
002330-04: One (1) bullet casing, recovered from floor underneath chair in westernmost first row chair northwest corner of YCCC Meeting Room 10 Identified as .380 ACP Winchester PDX1 95-grain JHP; identified as fired from 002330-08; no usable fingerprints found
002330-05: One (1) Lenovo laptop, recovered from western-most table at the north end of YCCC Meeting Room 10 Four (4) full and partial fingerprints consistent with Douglas Reed; Five (5) unidentified full and partial fingerprints; In-depth digital forensic analysis is ongoing pursuant to witness Jake Hemphill's claim that files on this computer had been tampered with
002330-06: One (1) cardboard box marked "Carlson/Hemphill handouts" containing 8-1/2" x 11" flyers, recovered from YCCC Meeting Room 10 Two (2) full and partial fingerprints consistent with Douglas Reed; Eight (8) unidentified full and partial fingerprints; 177 pages or approximately 89% of the flyers contained in the box were found to be blank.
002330-07: One (1) carpet section, 5' x 7' with apparent blood stains, recovered from YCCC Meeting Room 10 Blood type A+; DNA analysis pending
002330-08: One (1) Bersa Thunder 380 semiautomatic handgun, recovered from Goolsby's Yard and Garden Identified as the firearm that fired 002330-04 and 002330-12; no usable fingerprints found
002330-09: One (1) men's wallet recovered from victim's effects at autopsy Two (2) full and partial fingerprints consistent with Douglas Reed
002330-10: One (1) slip of paper with "Michelle" and a seven-digit number handwritten on it recovered from victim's effects at autopsy Two (2) full and partial fingerprints consistent with Douglas Reed; two (2) unidentified full and partial fingerprints; Telephone number subscriber is identified as Michelle Lamoreaux
002330-11: One (1) key ring with keys recovered from victim's effects at autopsy No usable fingerprints found
002330-12: One (1) spent bullet recovered at autopsy Identified as .380 ACP Winchester PDX1 95-grain JHP; identified as fired from 002330-08; no usable fingerprints found
002330-13: One (1) swab of orange-yellow substance recovered from victim's face at autopsy GC-MS analysis found the sample contained capsaicin; FT-IR analysis identified the capsaicin oil in 002330-13 as consistent with that in 002330-14;
002330-14: One (1) PepperBlaster II pepper spray dispenser recovered at Oxford High School FT-IR analysis identified the capsaicin oil in 002330-14 as consistent with that in 002330-13; no usable fingerprints found

 

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