A 911 call reported a man found unresponsive in the Whitehall Community Center. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
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Investigators prepared this diagram of the Whitehall Community Center where Ambrose Garrett was found dead on Sunday night, July 15, 2012.
CSU submitted this inventory of items taken into evidence in the Ambrose Garrett death investigation.
The agenda for the July 15, 2012, Whitehall HOA meeting was recovered from the crime scene.
This map shows Oxford locations that are relevant to the Ambrose Garrett investigation.
Mary Wallace provided her raw notes from the July 15, 2012, Whitehall HOA meeting.
Investigators obtained a transcript of a 911 call placed the night Ambrose Garrett died.
Summary report from the Yoknapatawpha County Coroner's Office on the autopsy of Ambrose Garrett.
Investigators obtained the telephone records for Julie Arbuckle's residence on Sunday, July 15, 2012.
CSU analyzed fingerprints found on evidence collected at the crime scene.
This map has been updated to show the locations of more Whitehall residents who are relevant to the Ambrose Garrett investigation.
On July 6, 2012, Warren Edwards called 911 to report his next door neighbor, Ambrose Garrett, was violating noise regulations and disturbing the peace.
CSU conducted toxicological analyses on evidence recovered from the Whitehall Community Center meeting room.
Delilah Garrett gave detectives consent to search her residence and collect any items they deemed relevant to the investigation of her husband's death.
Detectives Armstrong and Murphy executed a search warrant at Warren Edwards' residence. Mr. Edwards was not home at the time of the search.
Detectives Armstrong and Murphy executed a search warrant at Julie Arbuckle's residence.
Detectives Armstrong and Murphy executed a search warrant at Shannon Bower's residence. Ms. Bower was not home at the time of the search, but Ms. Scarr was.
Investigators summarized the alibis for persons of interest in the investigation and whether those alibis could be corroborated.
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