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MISSISSIPPI CRIME LABORATORY

DATE ANALYSIS PERFORMED: 1/24/2014

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

Analysis: Serology; Latent Print Examination; Trace Evidence Analysis

Case #: 000073-05A-2014

Case Description: Cameron Maxwell and Caitlin Maxwell homicide investigation

Investigative Agency: Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department

Investigating Officer(s): Det. S. Murphy, Det. T. Armstrong

 

Summary of Preliminary Evidence Analysis

Eastgate Shopping Center

Analysis of trace evidence recovered at the Eastgate Shopping Center following the K-9 search on January 8, 2014.

Evidence # and Description

Findings

000073-40: One (1) crate from K-9 alert locations 1 & 2 No usable fingerprints recovered.

Positive for human blood, type A+; DNA analysis pending.
000073-41: One (1) pallet from K-9 alert locations 1 & 2 Fibers recovered from pallet are consistent with 000073-39.

No usable fingerprints recovered.

Positive for human blood, type A+; DNA analysis pending.
Soil samples from K-9 alert locations 1 & 2 Positive for human blood, type A+; DNA analysis pending.
Soil samples from K-9 alert location 3 Positive for human blood, type A+; DNA analysis pending.

 

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  • What is 000073-39? I can't find it. Any clues?

  • Ahhhh...Report indicates that 000073-39 is Caitlin's jacket.
    Rosanne Rosanadanna - "Nevermind..." :p

  • Cameron has blood on his pants, socks and shoes. We don't know who's blood yet. If he was shot while over the open grave and tumbled in, or even while standing very close by, why would he have blood on his pants, shoes, and socks? Perhaps this is Caitlin's blood that transferred while her body was being moved by Cameron.
    Blood on Austin's pants may be his own, but on the surface this is very damning indeed!

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