This report summarizing investigative activities on November 10-12, 2020, was added to the case file.
Following up on a tip, the detectives spoke to another YHS student.
Mitch spends time with friends to escape a difficult home life.
Following up on a tip, the detectives spoke to a YHS student.
Rumors about his family caused Keanu to withdraw from most social interactions.
YCSD investigators tried to corroborate Stephanie's alibi for the night of October 29, 2020.
The detectives obtained warrants to collect biological samples from a person of interest.
A YHS junior came forward with a tip in the Frederick Miller death investigation.
Claire is a student at Yoknapatawpha High School, where Frederick Miller taught.
The crime lab submitted their rush preliminary comparison footwear evidence with the partial footprint.
The Crime Beat reports: $2,500 reward has yet to produce solid evidence
Following up on a tip, the detectives talked to a group of teenagers.
Following up on a tip, the detectives talked to employees at Square Pizza.
YCSD investigators tried to corroborate Paul's alibi for the night of October 29, 2020.
This report summarizing investigative activities on November 6-9, 2020, was added to the case file.
Detective Armstrong spoke to another tipster with a possible lead in the case.
Greg has been on his own since he was young and can always spot an opportunity.
Paul Bragg gave the detectives permission to search for evidence in their residence.
Paul called the detectives and said he wanted to talk to them.
The detectives asked Donna about the stranger seen sneaking around the church.
The detectives wanted to get more information from Marc about his connection to the murder.
A man came forward with a tip in the Frederick Miller death investigation.
Since Hubert left school to support his family, he's built a reputation as a hard worker.
The Crime Beat reports: $2,500 available for information leading to arrest and conviction
YCSD investigators tried to corroborate Jimmy's alibi for the night of October 29, 2020.
The Crime Beat reports: Student held on suspicion of murder not charged
Investigators re-interviewed Sewcial Compassion attendees to see if they had any more information.
Preliminary findings from the Yoknapatawpha County Coroner's Office on the Frederick Miller autopsy.
This report summarizing investigative activities on November 2-5, 2020, was added to the case file.
The detectives wanted to get some additional information from Jimmy's dad.
After living on both coasts, Paul moved to Mississippi when he married Stephanie.
The detectives asked Jimmy for more information about Frederick Miller as a teacher.
The detectives asked the victim's wife to come in again to address some lingering questions.
YCSD investigators looked into Mr. Nelson's whereabouts at the time of the murder.
The detectives asked Donna some more questions about her friend Caroline.
The Crime Beat reports: Student held in connection with Miller murder
The detectives had a brief conversation about recent events with Marc's dad.
YCSD investigators searched the Huddleston residence for potential evidence.
A corporate and tax attorney by trade, Don is a skilled debater and a devoted parent.
The detectives brought Marc in for another conversation in light of recent developments.
YCSD investigators recently placed a person of interest under surveillance.
The crime lab provided their rush preliminary analysis of the cup recently collected as evidence.
Investigators spoke to Square Books employees and patrons to verify Caroline's whereabouts when Frederick died.
Investigators canvassed the skate park, looking for anyone who was there the night Frederick died.
The detectives talked to YHS students to learn more about Marc and Lizzie's relationship.
The detectives wanted to know if Lyle could shed any more light on Frederick's concerns.
Married to his work, Lyle owns the most successful sporting goods store in Yoknapatawpha County.
The detectives asked Marc to clarify his relationship with Frederick Miller and his daughter.
Marc has long excelled athletically and academically, succeeding at most things he tries.
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