Mee-Yon Kim was the victim's best friend. When Courtney didn't answer her texts, Mee-Yon knew something was wrong.
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Craig Albright is the manager of the Maplewood Apartments and was one of the people who found Courtney Morris's body.
Justin Landry was Courtney Morris's boyfriend. He says he last saw her around noon on the day she died.
Phyllis Roy lives in the apartment across from Courtney Morris. She was very fond of Courtney and kept an eye on her.
YCSD investigators located the florist who sold the roses delivered to Courtney Morris. The detectives interviewed him about the transaction.
Florist Terry Hinson told the detectives that Jenna Mayne, one of his shop's employees, may have delivered the roses to Courtney Morris "off the books."
With the florist's help, the detectives tracked down Douglas Talbot, who agreed to come in for an interview about his relationship with Courtney Morris.
The detectives re-interviewed Mee-Yon Kim to follow up on information they've uncovered since their last conversation with Ms. Kim.
The detectives interviewed Phyllis Roy's grandson Dylan Roy to learn more about his relationship with Courtney Morris.
The detectives re-interviewed Craig Albright, the manager of the Maplewood Apartments, to follow up on some unanswered questions.
The detectives re-interviewed Phyllis Roy to follow up on questions about the person she heard yelling the night before Courtney Morris was killed.
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