YCSD Emergency Services received a 911 call reporting a body in a N. Lamar residence.
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Preliminary photos of the body in the crime scene. **Warning: Graphic images**
All of Devlin's biggest successes in life happened in Yoknapatawpha County.
Carl is a self-made man who loves his daughter and his work.
The detectives talked to Carl about how he came to find Devlin's body.
Investigators spoke to Devlin's neighbors to find out about recent activity in the area.
The Crime Beat reports: A body was found in a North Lamar residence.
The coroner's inspector provided a summary of her preliminary assessment.
Detective Armstrong tried to reach Devlin's brother to arrange an interview with him.
The detectives asked Home Plate employees for information about Devlin.
CSU provided an inventory of the evidence collected at the crime scene.
Carl Dixon permitted investigators to search the restaurant's premises.
YCSD investigators found possible matches to the partial license plate one of Devlin's neighbors provided.
The detectives met with Devlin's attorney to ask about his work for Devlin.
Detectives Armstrong and Murphy reviewed recent calls on Devlin's phone.
Kat was born and raised in Oxford and is a student at Ole Miss.
Since Kat wasn't at Home Plate during the canvass, the detectives met her at her home.
Mickie grew up in Grenada, MS and traveled the country before settling in Oxford.
The detectives asked Mickie to come in for a more in-depth conversation.
The detectives spoke to someone from Franklin Enterprises about their communication with Devlin.
Detectives Armstrong and Murphy visited Mickie's friend, Dorothy.
After attending college up north, Jordan returned to Oxford as a bestselling author.
The detectives met with Devlin's brother at his residence.
The Coroner's Office provided a preliminary summary of the Beauchamp autopsy findings. Additional analyses are ongoing.
Detective Murphy talked to a server at Bouré about waiting on Devlin and Jordan.
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