After examining the bedroom scene, the detectives interviewed George O'Connor to learn about the circumstances surrounding the discovery of his wife's body.
The detectives interviewed Veronica Smith's daughter Haley the day after she and her stepfather George found Veronica's body.
At George O'Connor's suggestion, the detectives spoke with Elizabeth Sherman to learn more about her sister Veronica Smith's relationships outside her family.
YCSD investigators interviewed residents living near the Smith/O'Connor home to find out if they saw or heard anything unusual the night Veronica Smith died.
The detectives interviewed Hilton Burns, who is a partner in the YGC, about Veronica Smith and his relationship with her.
The detectives interviewed James Mendoza, who is a partner in the YGC, about Veronica Smith and his relationship with her.
Will Sands is a bartender at The Roadhouse, where Veronica Smith had drinks with some friends the night she died.
Detectives Armstrong and Murphy interviewed Michael O’Connor after learning about his history with his sister-in-law.
The detectives interviewed Veronica Smith's coworkers at the Yoknapatawpha Gastroenterology Center to learn more her relationships and her recent demeanor.
YCSD investigators canvassed Veronica Smith’s friends and acquaintances to gather information about her and her whereabouts the evening she died.
Attorney Cassandra Summers represented Veronica Smith in the malpractice suit filed by Kenneth Lemmons.
Detectives met Dr. McGraw during a canvass of hospital employees and pulled her aside for a private, one-on-one interview.
Investigators canvassed hospital employees to learn more about Veronica Smith’s relationships there.
Dwight Kramer is an assistant administrator at Baptist Memorial Hospital where Dr. Veronica Smith sometimes performed procedures.
The detectives interviewed Veronica Smith's ex-husband Wallace Smith via video conference from his home office in New York.
Investigators canvassed George O’Connor’s friends and acquaintances to learn more about him, his relationships and his activities the night his wife died.
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