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YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Investigating Officer(s): Det. S. Murphy. Det. T. Armstrong
Incident No.: 002267-25I-2011
Case Description: Kimberly Pace Homicide

Selected items from the inventory of evidence from the Kimberly Pace homicide scene were processed for fingerprints. Findings are summarized below.

The following fingerprint data impacted the analysis.

  • Kimberly Pace was fingerprinted at autopsy.
  • The following witnesses were fingerprinted at the crime scene: Jeremy Gladwell, Rebecca Pace, Cheryl Weston.
  • The following witnesses either provided their fingerprints upon request at the time of their interviews or their fingerprints were already on file with the Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department: Arthur Beck, Paul Evans, Tammy Freeman, Jacob Hunter, Lila Lawson, Miguel Ochoa.
  • The following witnesses declined to provide their fingerprints at the time of their interviews: Laurence Bricker, Carter Nichols, Patrick Richards.

The Pace crime scene (1592 Jackson Avenue) remains sealed pending release by the Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department and/or the Yoknapatawpha County District Attorney and/or defense counsel when identified.


Living Room:

Evidence # and Item Description

Full and/or Partial Fingerprints Found
(# of prints)

002267-01: One (1) key ring with three (3) keys

Kimberly Pace (2)

002267-02: One (1) soft-sided briefcase, black leather

Kimberly Pace (9) 

002267-02-01: Apple MacBook computer and peripherals

Kimberly Pace (13)

002267-02-02 through 002267-02-03: Two (2) USB thumb drives

Kimberly Pace (4)

002267-02-04 through 002267-02-05: Two (2) expanding file pockets, not labeled and contents: student papers and tests

Kimberly Pace (57)
unidentified (62)

002267-02-06: One (1) spiral-bound notebook, Attendance Records and contents: class rosters and attendance records

Kimberly Pace (26)
unidentified (7)

002267-02-07: One (1) composition notebook and contents: handwritten notes, to do lists, etc.

Kimberly Pace (31)

002267-02-08: One (1) checkbook from Merchants & Farmers Bank in the name of Kimberly Pace

Kimberly Pace (8)

 

Bedroom:

Evidence # and Item Description

Full and/or Partial Fingerprints Found
(# of prints)

002267-03: One (1) ladies handbag, black leather
Contents:

Kimberly Pace (7)

002267-03-01: One (1) wallet, red leather,
and contents (002267-03-01-01 through 002267-03-01-07)

Kimberly Pace (15)

002267-04: One (1) portable hanging file crate, 9 1/2"H x 12 3/16"W x 6"D,
and seventeen (17) files (002267-04-01 through 002267-04-17)

Kimberly Pace (54)

 

Kitchen:

Evidence # and Item Description

Full and/or Partial Fingerprints Found
(# of prints)

002267-05: One (1) iPhone 3

Paul Evans (2)
Kimberly Pace  (6)
Cheryl Weston (3)

 

Bathroom:

Evidence # and Item Description

Full and/or Partial Fingerprints Found
(# of prints)

002267-06: One (1) plastic medicine bottle, Lorazepam 2 mg, 10 tablets prescribed to Kimberly Pace, 7 tablets remaining 

Kimberly Pace (5)
unidentified (2)

002267-07: One (1) ClearBlue® Easy home pregnancy test box, found in trash, empty 

Rebecca Pace (1)
Kimberly Pace (3)
unidentified (6)

002267-08: One (1) security tint #10 envelope, white, no label or address, not sealed, found in under-sink cabinet, inside Stayfree® Ultra Thin package, 17 pads remaining and contents: $1,470.00 cash

Kimberly Pace (27)
Cheryl Weston (3)
unidentified (12)

 

Basement:

Evidence # and Item Description

Full and/or Partial Fingerprints Found
(# of prints)

002267-09: One (1) light bulb from stairwell, not fully screwed in when removed

none found 

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Aaaaaarghh! *!&/X§'#???=$! (scuse my french)

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Did they fingerprint any doors?

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why was cheryl and the unidentified person going into miss pace's money?

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  1.    alexis

This was probably the money Kimberly earned as a waitress in Cheryl's Cafe. As money passes through many hands we should find quite a few unidentified fingerprints on the cash.

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has anybody thought that someone might of raped miss pace???

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  1.    alexis

Victim wasn't raped according to coroner's report which you can find in the evidence category.

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Evidence is purely circumstancial, fingerprints can only narrow suspects

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amazing beckys fingerprints werent found on the phone, as I suspected or the envelope, and most importantly the lightbulb, whos vomit is it, and why havent we heard about the other slipper or the black skirt, and the dog was poisoned and who is...

amazing beckys fingerprints werent found on the phone, as I suspected or the envelope, and most importantly the lightbulb, whos vomit is it, and why havent we heard about the other slipper or the black skirt, and the dog was poisoned and who is the one mostly talking about the man next door, trying to make him look bad, huum becky

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I can pretty much discount some of the 'unidentified' prints found on some of Kimberley's objects as belonging to the cashiers, pharmacist etc who would have handled them. However, the unidentified prints found on her expanding files and...

I can pretty much discount some of the 'unidentified' prints found on some of Kimberley's objects as belonging to the cashiers, pharmacist etc who would have handled them. However, the unidentified prints found on her expanding files and attendance notebook are very interesting. This makes me think we need to further explore the grades-for-cash and the Laurence Bricker angles.


Lightbulb - it's not so unusual for their to be no prints on the bulb. If the light had been turned on, it's conceivable that a person would use a cloth to unscrew it by way of protecting their fingers. All this proves is that the bulb was deliberately unscrewed,

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