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INCIDENT / ARREST REPORT
Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department
REPORTING OFFICER'S NARRATIVE (Brief narrative of the facts surrounding the offense and the arrest.)
Lori Schultz (Person 1) phoned the sheriff's department main number at 10:05 Wednesday night to report she had discovered an unusual object in the residence of Monica Drum (Case # 003972-25K-2012). Dispatch contacted the on-call detective. Reporting Investigator (R/I) Detective Erin Parker was assigned and proceeded directly to Drum residence.
R/I arrived at the scene at 10:22 p.m. and was admitted to the residence by Schultz.
Schultz showed R/I the object in question: a statuette on the desk in the home office. The 15' X 12' office had one window and contained a cherry wood desk and chair, a fold-out sofa, a floor lamp, a bulletin board near the desk, and a desk lamp. The room was cluttered with miscellaneous newspapers and old correspondence. Schultz said that was the condition she found the room in, and said Drum "always had a problem with neatness."
The statuette was in the rear right corner of the desk, behind the desk lamp and a book titled "Meditations for Women Who Do Too Much," and directly next to a Sands casino coffee mug containing pens and pencils. The area immediately around the statuette was coated with dust.
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