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YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Investigating Officer(s): Detective S. Murphy. Detective T. Armstrong
Incident No.: 000744-06C-2014
Case Description: Jerry Shaw homicide investigation

 

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DATE SEARCH WARRANT RECEIVED

March 26, 2014

DATE AND TIME WARRANT EXECUTED

March 27, 2014

at 7:20 a.m.

COPY OF WARRANT AND RECEIPT FOR ITEMS LEFT WITH

Edward Harbison

1620 Garfield Avenue
Oxford, MS

INVENTORY IN THE PRESENCE OF

Detective Samantha Murphy and Detective Ted Armstrong of the Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department, and Edward Harbison.

 

I received the attached search warrant March 26, 2014 and have executed it as follows:

On March 27, 2014 at 7:20 a.m., I searched the person or premises described in the warrant and left a copy of the warrant with Edward Harbison.

 

INVENTORY OF PERSON OR PROPERTY TAKEN PURSUANT TO THE WARRANT

Collected from Edward Jay Harbison

  • 000744-25: Fingerprint exemplars from Edward Jay Harbison

 

CERTIFICATION

 

I swear that this inventory is a true and detailed account of the person or property taken by me on the warrant.

//Samantha Murphy
Detective - Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department

Subscribed, sworn to, and returned before me this 28th day of March, 2014.

//Harold R. McAfee
Yoknapatawpha County Court Judge

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  • I think they have finger printed Ed to match to the finger prints on the back exit. Like Bill Rogers said:- Only 2 rooms past me to visit unless someone plans to go through the emergency exit, which happens. And sometimes it's not visitors, either.
    So it is obvious that visitors go out through the emergency exit. We also know that there isn't many visitors on a daily basis.
    Without going through all the interviews I think Maggie was in the north wing and Ed was questioned about why he did not sign out on the 6th March. On the diagram there is an exit onto Notting Hill Road. So I assume he must have parked there, at least sometimes. By the visitors book the Detectives would be aware who signed in and how many times somebody signed in but didn't sign out.
    That exit onto Notting Hill Road has to be an emergency exit. From the line of questioning in Ed's 2nd interview it appears that he must have parked out there and would leave sometimes through the exit.
    Lillie Cain the receptionist told the Detectives that she believed that the alarm was either turned off or people knew how to turn it off.

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