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Incident report

Ole Miss Assistant Professor Kimberly Pace was found dead in her residence.

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Crime scene photos

CSU photographed the exterior and interior of the crime scene

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Becky Pace bio

Kimberly's younger sister, Becky, was one of the people who found her body.

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Kimberly Pace bio

Professor Pace was beloved by her family, friends, and most students and colleagues.

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Becky Pace interview

The detectives interviewed Becky outside her sister's residence.

Kimberly's close friend and former employer, Cheryl, was one of the people who found her body

Cheryl Weston bio

Kimberly's close friend and former employer, Cheryl, was one of the people who found her body.

The detectives interviewed Cheryl outside the victim's house after they inspected the scene

Cheryl Weston interview

The detectives interviewed Cheryl outside the victim's house.

Jeremy Gladwell lived across the street from Kimberly Pace and was one of the people who found her body

Jeremy Gladwell bio

Kimberly's neighbor Jeremy was one of the people who found her body.

Jeremy Gladwell, the victim's friend, was interviewed at the scene after the detectives made their preliminary inspection of the body and its location

Jeremy Gladwell interview

The detectives interviewed Jeremy outside Kimberly's house.

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Professor found dead

The Crime Beat reports: Dr. Pace was involved in a campus controversy shortly before her death.

YCSD personnel conducted a canvass of Kimberly Pace's neighbors to determine whether anyone had seen or hear anything that might be related to her death

Neighbor canvass

The YCSD asked Kimberly's neighbors if they had seen or heard anything unusual.

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Arthur Beck bio

Arthur and his wife retired to Oxford and moved next door to Kimberly Pace.

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Arthur Beck interview

Arthur Beck reportedly sometimes argued with his next-door neighbor, Kimberly Pace.

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Paul Evans bio

Born in Michigan, Paul has lived in the Oxford area since he was 13.

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Paul Evans interview

Paul was estranged from his longtime girlfriend, Kimberly, at the time of her death.

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Proposed & Opposed column

This column in the Ole Miss newspaper, The Daily Mississippian, caused an uproar on campus.

In this letter to The Daily Mississippian, Kimberly Pace expressed her outrage in response to the Proposed and Opposed column published on October 31, 2017

Proposed & Opposed rebuttal

Kimberly Pace expressed her outrage in response to the Proposed and Opposed column.

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Pace residence evidence inventory

CSU provided a preliminary inventory of Items taken into evidence from Kimberly Pace's residence.

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Jacob Hunter interview

Investigators identified Jacob Hunter as the boy seen riding his bike the morning the body was found.

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Patrick Richards bio

The son of teachers, Patrick worked extra jobs to afford college.

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Patrick Richards interview

Patrick reportedly wrote the column alleging teachers could be bribed to get better grades.

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Laurence Bricker bio

Dr. Bricker is known as the most nettlesome professor in the English Department.

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Laurence Bricker interview

Dr. Bricker reportedly scolded Dr. Pace at a recent faculty social event.

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Miguel Ochoa bio

Miguel is known for his ability to repair nearly anything put in front of him.

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Miguel Ochoa interview

Miguel always let Paul Evans stay with him whenever Paul and Kimberly "took a break."

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