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YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Investigating Officer(s): Det. S. Murphy. Det. T. Armstrong
Incident No.: 003257-03L-2011
Case Description: Jackson Walker Homicide

The following inventory of items taken into evidence from the Jackson Walker homicide scene was provided by the Yoknapatawpha County Crime Scene Unit. Extensive trace evidence was recovered from the scene and is being cataloged. Trace evidence inventory will be made available when the cataloging process is complete.

The Walker crime scene (1013 University Avenue #3) remains sealed pending release by the Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department and/or the Yoknapatawpha County District Attorney and/or defense counsel when identified.


On the chair

  • 003257-02: One (1) sugar cookie in the shape of a Christmas tree, resting on the man's left thigh.
  • 003257-03: One (1) unsigned Christmas card, adjacent to the man's left hand on the arm of the chair.
  • 003257-04: One (1) white cordless telephone, on the seat of the chair on the right side of the body.
  • 003257-05: One (1) plaid wool throw-style blanket, on the back of the chair behind the body.

On a table to the left of the victim

  • 003257-06: One (1) small rectangular dish of red and green M&M® candies.
  • 003257-07: One (1) plate of Christmas cookies in a tree shape.
  • 003257-08 through 003257-10: Three (3) foil-wrapped Choco-Santas
  • 003257-11: One (1) bottle Miller Lite® beer, approx. 1/3 remaining
  • 003257-12: One (1) buffalo sausage
  • 003257-13: One (1) jar Chokecherry jam
  • 003257-14: One (1) stack Santa paper napkins
  • 003257-15 through 003257-18: Four (4) candy canes

On the floor to the left of the victim

  • 003257-19: One (1) box of 3 buffalo sausages
  • 003257-20: One (1) box of assorted Chokecherry products (jam and syrups)
  • 003257-21: One (1) Christmas tree, decorated

On floor to the right of the victim

  • 003257-22: One (1) open gift box from Neilson's on the Square
  • 003257-23: One (1) gift bag.
  • 003257-24: assorted pieces of wrapping paper

On a wooden stand to the right of the victim

  • 003257-25: One (1) poinsettia plant.
  • 003257-26: One (1) snow man candle.
  • 003257-27: One (1) bottle cough syrup, Robitussin®, approx. 1/4 remaining, and dosage cup.

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not enough evidence when we find out who placed all this stuf around him, or unless he was a male martha stewart it looks pretty staged and also some current info about him would be good too. my god he looks likes he plum tuckered out from all...

not enough evidence when we find out who placed all this stuf around him, or unless he was a male martha stewart it looks pretty staged and also some current info about him would be good too. my god he looks likes he plum tuckered out from all the good doing, whatever more details.

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  1.    renee

Could be staged, my concern is more so DNA and fingerprint evidence that could be found....

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  1.    Moose

Hey!!! I know you!! And you're right, fingerprints are crucial, if you find any. If you don't we're dealing with someone who is experienced in this field and has done this before.

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Information must be available if he was coughing or sick prior to the event. Robitussin is difficult to OD on however there could be a possible link with the beer, also I'm not sure how big the bottle was. It could of been respiratory failure or...

Information must be available if he was coughing or sick prior to the event. Robitussin is difficult to OD on however there could be a possible link with the beer, also I'm not sure how big the bottle was. It could of been respiratory failure or internal bleeding caused by dried up mucus membranes which over dosing on decongestant medication can cause, though mostly is not fatal. He could of had a history of overuse of the drug and slowly has chipped away at him until he could not tolerate it anymore, liver functions could of given out or respiratory failure.

This could also be a poorly staged suicide the killer thinking 3/4 of a bottle of Robitussin and 2/3 of beer could feasibly kill a person, it might under the right circumstances however the chance is rather low. Preliminary evidence points to a number of possible outcomes. Murder, suicide, accidental overdose.

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  1.    Nikola

I like your theory on this. I agree with you we need more background information on his health status at the time and if he had any addictions. I don't understand why the detectives failed to ask Sylvia about his health and if he had any type of...

I like your theory on this. I agree with you we need more background information on his health status at the time and if he had any addictions. I don't understand why the detectives failed to ask Sylvia about his health and if he had any type of addictions or drug use.

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  1.    Nikola

We have to wait for toxicology reports to see is the beer and cough medicine were taken in lethal amounts. Why didn't detectives, while interrogating Sylvia, ask if he was sick? That could have possibly cleared some things up or make them a...

We have to wait for toxicology reports to see is the beer and cough medicine were taken in lethal amounts. Why didn't detectives, while interrogating Sylvia, ask if he was sick? That could have possibly cleared some things up or make them a little more interesting. Cough medicine is difficult to OD on but perhaps he wasn't trying to OD and could have possibly been allergic to something in the medicine that he was not aware of and it could be an accident. But this scenario can be ruled out due to the mystery 911 phone call. Why haven't the detectives done a comparison on voice analysis? If anyone can ID the voice it would be Sylvia and his family.

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My first question is, were there any prints found on the phone (assuming it was the phone that made the 911 call) this information could help point to who made the 911 call and who was in his house that night. I think the time between the 911...

My first question is, were there any prints found on the phone (assuming it was the phone that made the 911 call) this information could help point to who made the 911 call and who was in his house that night. I think the time between the 911 call and police arrival is short and rules out Jackson committed suicide. Was there any of Jackson's DNA on either the bottle of beer or the medicine (dosage cup or bottle itself)?

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  1.    Moose

Yes, the phone call was made from his house phone. Detectives traced it back to his house. I think that the suspect is someone known to the victim. My question is, since there is only one photo, was anything in the residence disturbed? If not,...

Yes, the phone call was made from his house phone. Detectives traced it back to his house. I think that the suspect is someone known to the victim. My question is, since there is only one photo, was anything in the residence disturbed? If not, then the possibility of the victim knowing the suspect are high.

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Does the victim live alone or with roommates? Have they been interviewed? Did the neighbors get questioned, as to if they heard any noises or screams? Between 7-10 pm is usually a muffled time of the night but you never know, there could have...

Does the victim live alone or with roommates? Have they been interviewed? Did the neighbors get questioned, as to if they heard any noises or screams? Between 7-10 pm is usually a muffled time of the night but you never know, there could have been one person that can crack the case open.

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