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YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Investigating Officer(s): Detective S. Murphy. Detective T. Armstrong
Incident No.: 000073-05A-2014
Case Description: Cameron and Caitlin Maxwell investigation

 

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DATE SEARCH WARRANT RECEIVED

January 15, 2014

DATE AND TIME WARRANT EXECUTED

January 16, 2014

at 9:00 a.m.

COPY OF WARRANT AND RECEIPT FOR ITEMS LEFT WITH

Robin Maxwell, co-owner

103 Pleasant Drive
Oxford, MS

INVENTORY IN THE PRESENCE OF

Detective Samantha Murphy and Detective Ted Armstrong of the Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department, and Robin Maxwell, co-owner.

 

I received the attached search warrant January 15, 2014 and have executed it as follows:

On January 16, 2014 at 9:00 a.m., I searched the person or premises described in the warrant and left a copy of the warrant with Robin Maxwell.

 

INVENTORY OF PERSON OR PROPERTY TAKEN PURSUANT TO THE WARRANT

  • 000073-33: One (1) pair blue jeans with dark stains, recovered from Austin Maxwell bedroom

  • 000073-34: One (1) pair work boots with dark stains, recovered from master bedroom

  • 000073-35: One (1) .22 Remington rifle, recovered from utility closet

  • 000073-36: One (1) .30-30 Winchester rifle, recovered from utility closet

  • 000073-37: One (1) Wenger Swiss Army Timberline knife with sheath, recovered from utility closet

  • 000073-38: One (1) Schrade Walden knife, recovered from utility closet

 

CERTIFICATION

 

I swear that this inventory is a true and detailed account of the person or property taken by me on the warrant.

//Samantha Murphy
Detective - Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department

Subscribed, sworn to, and returned before me this 17th day of January, 2014.

//Harold R. McAfee
Yoknapatawpha County Court Judge

 

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  • Some thoughts:
    1. Pending the autopsy, the rifles are not significant.
    2. Pending testing, knife has been found already
    3. Pants and boots!!!! Wowsers!!:o

  • boots and jeans, personally for me are "red herrings". What normal killer would kept clothes with evidence in line of sight more than 10 days after the crime has been committed. Doesn't make logic to me...

  • Tin, I think you're right about the clothes. If you go to the trouble of chucking the luggage, knife, jacket, why would you keep the clothes. Most work boots are dirty, that's why they're "work" boots not loafers...
    Boy, it had me going though:(

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