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INCIDENT / ARREST REPORT

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

_X_ INCIDENT
___ Juvenile
___ Senior Citizen
___ Gang

_ _ ARREST
___ Child Abuse
___ Domestic
___ Involved
Alcohol

 

CASE NUMBER:
0000190-16A-2011

Date Reported:
02-20-2011

Time Reported:
12:48 PM

OFFENSE:
TBD

STATUTE:

__ Committed
___ Attempted

OFFENSE:

STATUTE:

___ Committed
___ Attempted

OFFENSE:

STATUTE:

___ Committed
___ Attempted

Location of Offense(Exact address, include Room/Apt. No.) Wall Doxey State Park , Hwy 7 S, Holly Springs, Mississippi 38634

Date of Offense:
TBD

Time of Offense:
N/A

Location of Arrest (Exact address, include Room/Apt. No.)
N/A

Date of Arrest:
N/A

Time of Arrest:
N/A

Reporting Officer:
Det. Sam Murphy

Unit Number:
633

Assisting Officer:
Det. Ted Armstrong

Unit Number:
615

PERSON 1

Type:
Witness
Category:
Adult
Foul Play Suspected
N/A
Name:
Kyle Usher
Alias/Street Name/Nickname
N/A
Vic/Offender Relationship
Unknown
Race
White
Height
5'10”
Weight
180 lbs.
Hair
Brown
Eyes
Blue
Sex
M
Hat
N/A
Jacket/Coat/Robe
Blue windbreaker
Shirt
Black Fleece
Pants
Beige hiking trousers
Skirt/Dress
N/A
Scars/Marks/Tattoos
N/A
Age
36
DOB
May 12, 1974
Social Security #
XXX-XX-XXXX
Injury Extent
N/A
Injury Description
N/A
Address
253 Garfield Avenue
Oxford, Mississippi 38655
Res Phone 234-xxxx
Bus Phone 234-xxxx
Occupation
Administrator
Employer
Kansas Unified School District
Employer Address
201 N. Water, Wichita,Ks 67202

 

ITEMS OF EVIDENCE/PROPERTY RECOVERED

(1)

Type
___ Damaged
___ Lost
___ Recovered
___ Stolen
_X_ Taken into Evidence

Item Description

0000190-16A-01: One (1) Smith & Wesson .38 Special “Airweight” Revolver

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

At 12:48 p.m. on February 20, 2011, Dispatch received a 911 call regarding a firearm found along Spring Creek at Wall Doxey State Park. The caller identified himself as Kyle Usher (person 1), a male hiker at the park. Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Unit 209 (Officer P.Winston) was dispatched and arrived at the scene at 1:33 p.m. Upon verification of the firearm’s location R/O Winston notified Dispatch and requested assistance from R/Is Investigators T. Armstrong and S. Murphy, who are actively investigating a potentially related incident at the park. R/Is arrived at the scene at 2:16 pm. On arrival R/I’s found that R/O had secured the area. At R/Os request, a CSU team was notified to respond to the scene. Environmental conditions at the scene upon arrival are as follows: Weather: Exterior location; Ambient Temperature: approximately 48°F/9°C; Relative Humidity: approximately 78%.

R/O Winston made the following verbal report, which is stated in summary and not verbatim. R/O was met by Kyle Usher, the male who made the call to 911. Usher directed R/O Winston to the location of the firearm, on the eastern bank of Spring Creek approximately 1/3 mile south of the south shore of Spring Lake. Usher told R/O Winston he had hiked the trail circling the lake and was exploring the creek when he discovered the firearm. R/O Winston called for a Crime Scene tech Unit and requested Dispatch notify R/Is Armstrong and Murphy. R/O Winston stated that to the best of his knowledge, the following personnel had occasion to enter the area and must be excluded: CSU personnel, witness Kyle Usher and himself.

After receiving the report from R/O Winston, R/Is conducted a brief preliminary inspection of the scene. Visual inspection revealed a Smith & Wesson .38 revolver lying on the ground approximately 3 feet east of the creek bed, partially concealed by leaves and plant growth. No blood, human remains or additional weapon(s) could be seen. CSU arrived at the scene at approximately 2:23 p.m. R/Is instructed CSU to take the weapon into evidence, to process the scene according to standard procedure and to seal the scene upon completion. R/Is left the scene at 4:00 p.m. CSU completed processing at the scene at 9:56 p.m.

Evidence remanded into the custody of Forensics Officer T. R. Douglas for transport to the State Crime Lab for analysis. CSU is expected to submit an inventory of items taken into evidence within fourteen days of this report, with detailed report(s) of their findings to follow at a later date.

 

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

N/A

 

REPORTING OFFICER

Sam Murphy

DATE REPORTED

02-20-2011

REPORTING OFFICER

//Sam Murphy
Signature

633
Unit Number

02-20-2011
Date

ASSISTING OFFICER

//Ted Armstrong
Signature

615
Unit Number

02-20-2011
Date

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