Emergency Services received a 911 call reporting an unresponsive male at a local church.
Investigators put together an informal drawing of the crime scene.
Detective Armstrong spoke to the 911 caller.
Detective Murphy talked to the other woman at the scene.
The detectives asked the third witness at the scene what he saw.
Did anyone see or hear anything unusual at the church that night?
The Crime Beat reports: Man exiting church struck with arrow.
Frederick was known as a demanding biology teacher, archery coach, and choir director.
CSU submitted a preliminary inventory of evidence collected at the crime scene.
CSU collected a copy of the Sewcial Compassion event flyer.
To escape her domineering father, Caroline fled to a midwestern college, where she met Frederick.
Confident and headstrong, Lizzie is friendly with other teens across all social groups.
Detective Murphy spoke to the victim's wife at the family home.
Detective Armstrong spoke to the victim's daughter at the family home.
Caroline Miller gave the detectives permission to search for evidence in their residence.
YCSD investigators spoke to Frederick's neighbors to determine whether they saw or heard anything unusual.
Detective Murphy consulted a local archery expert to get more information about the murder weapon.
Donna's faithful service has been essential to the church's growth
The detectives talked to the secretary at Faith and Glory Community Church.
Nathaniel is no stranger to controversy over his music selections for the church.
Detective Armstrong talked with the church choir director about his relationship with Frederick.
Investigators spoke to Frederick Miller's co-workers at Yoknapatawpha High School.
Investigators spoke to members of the Faith and Glory Community Church choir.
The detectives talked with the archery coach at the high school.
Investigators spoke to the parents of the archery team members.
Detective Murphy spoke to a custodian at the high school.
Investigators spoke to the members of the high school archery team.
YCSD investigators spoke to witnesses to see if they could corroborate Caroline Miller's alibi.
YCSD investigators spoke to witnesses to see if they could corroborate Lizzie Miller's alibi.
The detectives asked the victim's wife if she could clear up some questions.
The detectives asked the victim's daughter to clear up some conflicting information.
Jimmy is a Yoknapatawpha High student and a member of the archery team.
Detective Armstrong caught up with Jimmy and asked him about his relationship with Frederick Miller.
Stephanie learned early to rely on herself and leverage her strengths to protect her interests.
The detectives wanted to follow up on information Mrs. Bragg had shared with other witnesses.
This report summarizing investigative activities on October 29-Nov 1, 2020, was added to the case file.
The Crime Lab analyzed evidence from the crime scene. Additional analyses are ongoing.
Marc has long excelled athletically and academically, succeeding at most things he tries.
The detectives asked Marc to clarify his relationship with Frederick Miller and his daughter.
Married to his work, Lyle owns the most successful sporting goods store in Yoknapatawpha County.
The detectives wanted to know if Lyle could shed any more light on Frederick's concerns.
The detectives talked to YHS students to learn more about Marc and Lizzie's relationship.
Investigators canvassed the skate park, looking for anyone who was there the night Frederick died.
Investigators spoke to Square Books employees and patrons to verify Caroline's whereabouts when Frederick died.
The crime lab provided their rush preliminary analysis of the cup recently collected as evidence.
YCSD investigators recently placed a person of interest under surveillance.
The detectives brought Marc in for another conversation in light of recent developments.
A corporate and tax attorney by trade, Don is a skilled debater and a devoted parent.
YCSD investigators searched the Huddleston residence for potential evidence.
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