YCSD personnel conducted a canvass of Kimberly Pace's neighbors to determine whether anyone had seen or hear anything that might be related to her murder.
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Becky Pace, the victim's sister, was interviewed at the scene shortly after the detectives made their preliminary inspection of the body and its location.
Cheryl Weston, the victim's friend, was interviewed at the scene after the detectives made their preliminary inspection of the body and its location.
Jeremy Gladwell, the victim's friend, was interviewed at the scene after the detectives made their preliminary inspection of the body and its location.
Arthur Beck lived next door to Kimberly Pace. The two neighbors reportedly often argued about Kimberly's dog and other issues.
Patrick Richards was credited as the author of the Daily Mississippian column alleging teachers could be bribed to get better grades.
Investigators identified Jacob Hunter as the boy that several witnesses saw riding his bike in the neighborhood on the morning Kimberly Pace's body was found.
Paul Evans was Kimberly Pace's longtime boyfriend, though they had a tumultuous relationship. At the time of her death, they were estranged.
Laurence Bricker was Kimberly Pace's colleague in the English Department. It is well-known that he and the victim did not get along.
Carter Nichols was one of Kimberly Pace's students. Some people believe Nichols was behind the letter to the DM editor allegedly written by Patrick Richards.
Miguel Ochoa says he always let Paul Evans stay with him whenever Evans and his girlfriend Kimberly Pace "took a break" from their relationship.
YCSD investigators canvassed University of Mississippi students to find out more about Kimberly Pace's relationships with students.
Tammy Freeman is Miguel Ochoa's girlfriend and was acquainted with Kimberly Pace and her boyfriend Paul Evans.
Margaret Bricker is married to Kimberly Pace's colleague Laurence Bricker, who was known to have a less-than-friendly relationship with the victim.
Veterinarian David Schumann examined Kimberly Pace's dog Thoreau after her body was found. He was also the victim's regular vet and treated both of her dogs.
YCSD investigators canvassed University of Mississippi faculty to find out more about Kimberly Pace's relationships with students and colleagues.
Cody Matthews was one of Kimberly Pace's students. Some witnesses allege that Matthews was stalking the victim.
Elizabeth Gregory was Kimberly Pace's physician. Dr. Gregory saw the victim just a few days before her death.
Lila Lawson owns and operates the C'est Belle Gallery where Paul Evans opened his show the same night Kimberly Pace was killed.
Angela Wilder is an arts patron and has supported and promoted Paul Evans as an artist for the last several years.
Carter Nichols was one of Kimberly Pace's students. Witnesses report that Nichols had a loud, public argument with the victim a few days before her murder.
Cody Matthews was one of Kimberly Pace's students. Detectives re-interviewed him to get more details about his alibi and to follow up on other questions.
Kimberly Pace asked Kelsey Newman to look after her dog Emerson while she was out of town in September 2010. The dog died while in Ms. Newman's care.
Jeremy Gladwell lived across the street from Kimberly Pace and was one of the people who found her body. Gladwell says he and the victim were good friends.
Eric Brandon was dog sitter Kelsey Newman's boyfriend at the time she was supposed to be caring for Kimberly Pace's dog, Emerson, in 2010.
Witness Interview: Rebecca "Becky" Pace, the victim's sister
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