YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Investigating Officer(s): Det. T. Armstrong, Det. S. Murphy
Incident No.: 000989-22B-2020
Case Description: John Doe homicide investigation

Investigators diagrammed the relative locations of evidence discovered at the vandalism and human remains scenes in Taylor, Mississippi, in connection with Incident # 000989-22B-2020.


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I can't help wondering why the bucket with the head in it was carried away from the site of vandalism and left on another person's property.

  Scarlett
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I'm with you, Scarlett. I've also been trying to visualize how far away it was. There is a road in between, isn't there? The report says they followed an apparent path to the bucket. I'm trying to picture this. It seems so far away to me. Anyone...

I'm with you, Scarlett. I've also been trying to visualize how far away it was. There is a road in between, isn't there? The report says they followed an apparent path to the bucket. I'm trying to picture this. It seems so far away to me. Anyone elso got a picture in mind?

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  lgillette
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There's not actually anything to indicate that the vandalism and the murder are connected, other than both sites being close together. The R/O followed a footpath, but there wasn't a trail of blood or obviously fresh shoeprints. He did have to...

There's not actually anything to indicate that the vandalism and the murder are connected, other than both sites being close together. The R/O followed a footpath, but there wasn't a trail of blood or obviously fresh shoeprints. He did have to cross a road.

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  Kristin
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Where is the rest of the body?

  kirsty-lea denovan
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Again I feel like this could give more evidence to my seperate incidents theory. Perhaps the family regularly does this sort of ritual?

  emzy9989
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