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INCIDENT / ARREST REPORT

Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department
711 Jackson Avenue
Oxford, MS 38655

___ INCIDENT
___ Juvenile
___ Senior Citizen
___ Gang

_X_ ARREST
___ Child Abuse
___ Domestic
___ Involved Alcohol

CASE NUMBER:
 003069-16I-2012

Date Reported:
 9/15/2012

Time Reported:
 1:20 PM

OFFENSE:
 Homicide

STATUTE:
 97-3-19

_X_ Committed
___ Attempted

OFFENSE:
 Other charges TBD

STATUTE:

___ Committed
___ Attempted

OFFENSE:

STATUTE:
 

___ Committed
___ Attempted

Location of Offense (Exact address, include Room/Apt. No.)
 1923 University Avenue, Oxford, Mississippi

Date of Offense:
 9/15/2012

Time of Offense:
 9:00 PM ‒ 12:00 AM (estimated)

Location of Arrest (Exact address, include Room/Apt. No.)
 1923 University Avenue, Oxford, Mississippi

Date of Arrest:
 11/8/2012

Time of Arrest:
 11:10 AM

Reporting Officer:
 Det. S. Murphy

Unit Number:
 633

Assisting Officer:
 Det. E. Parker

Unit Number:
 670

Reporting Officer's narrative

REPORTING OFFICER'S NARRATIVE (Brief narrative of the facts surrounding the offense and the arrest.)

At 11:10 a.m., Reporting Investigators (R/Is) Detectives S. Murphy and E. Parker arrived at the Harte Agency at 1923 University Avenue to arrest Meg Lancaster for the September 15, 2012, murder of Annette Wyatt.

R/Is entered the business and located the defendant at her desk in the lobby area. R/Is placed the defendant under arrest. The defendant was handcuffed and advised of her rights. The defendant insisted on being removed from the location as soon as possible and declined to make any further statement until she was away from her workplace. Transportation to the Sheriff's Department proceeded without any further incident.

At 11:33 a.m., R/Is turned the defendant over to Sheriff's Department personnel for processing. At all times while in custody, the defendant appeared lucid and coherent. Although uncommunicative at arrest and during transport, the defendant was cooperative and seemed to comprehend what was happening to her.

 

DEFENDANT'S VERSION/REMARKS(What did the defendant say about the offense or his/her whereabouts at the time of offense?)

The defendant said she understood her rights and declined to make any further statement until she was away from her workplace.  She cooperated physically and did not resist in any way.

REPORTING OFFICER

 Sam Murphy

DATE REPORTED

 11/8/2012

REPORTING OFFICER

//Sam Murphy
Signature

 633
Unit Number

 11/8/2012
Date

ASSISTING OFFICER

//Erin Parker
Signature

 670
Unit Number

 11/8/2012
Date

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