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New Information for Detectives

Beauchamp phone records

Detectives Armstrong and Murphy reviewed recent calls on Devlin's phone.

W. Ronald Douglas interview

The detectives met with Devlin's attorney to ask about his work for Devlin.

Partial license plate trace

YCSD investigators found possible matches to the partial license plate one of Devlin's neighbors provided.

Home Plate consent search

Carl Dixon permitted investigators to search the restaurant's premises.

Crime scene evidence inventory

CSU provided an inventory of the evidence collected at the crime scene.

Canvass ā€“ Home Plate employees

The detectives asked Home Plate employees for information about Devlin.

Crime scene photos

Preliminary photos of the body in the crime scene. **Warning: Graphic images**

Vincent Jones interview

Detective Armstrong tried to reach Devlin's brother to arrange an interview with him.

New Information for Officers

Carl Dixon interview

The detectives talked to Carl about how he came to find Devlin's body.

Carl Dixon bio

Carl is a self-made man who loves his daughter and his work.

Devlin Beauchamp bio

All of Devlin's biggest successes in life happened in Yoknapatawpha County.

Incident report

YCSD Emergency Services received a 911 call reporting a body in a N. Lamar residence.


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