YCSD Emergency Services received a 911 call reporting a body in a wooded area.
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Katy has always been popular with her peers despite her often-voiced opinions about everything.
Native Oxonian Jennifer has made a name for herself with her peers and teachers.
The detectives talked to Jennifer about how she came to find Katy's body.
Holly has been devoted to cheerleading for most of her life.
The detectives spoke to the cheerleading coach who called 911.
Theora has always been independent and taught her granddaughter to be the same way.
The detectives talked to Katy's grandmother about their visit the morning Katy died.
The Crime Beat reports: Cheerleader slain in woods
CSU submitted a preliminary inventory of evidence collected at the crime scene.
Since she became a mother, Lauren has been known for her persistence and determination.
The detectives asked Katy's mother to come in and talk to them about her daughter.
Richard raised Katy to run the family business as his father did with him.
The detectives asked Richard about Katy's relationships with him and others.
Since the day Cody was born, Katy has been his favorite person.
The detectives asked Cody about Katy's friends at school and on the cheer squad.
Detectives Armstrong and Murphy reviewed recent calls on Katy's phone.
Detectives Armstrong and Murphy reviewed a video found on Katy's phone.
Sherry has always been goal-oriented and driven to succeed.
The detectives invited a former cheerleader to tell them why she left the squad.
David's first and longest lasting love is reading, so he's a born librarian.
The detectives asked Katy's supervisor at the library to come in for few questions.
Tim is considered generally amiable though he's known to have a temper.
The detectives invited Katy's boyfriend to come in and tell them about her.
Hugh moved to town two years ago and became the first male cheerleader in YHS history.
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Kelly Moran's husband, Russell, discovered her body in their home when he returned from work. Investigators noted signs of foul play at the scene.
Farmer John Reagle was arrested at a local bar after brandishing what he claimed was his ex-girlfriend's hand.
Newspaper managing editor Monica Drum was found shot to death in her office after the security guard heard gunshots around 3:00 a.m.
The body of 19-year-old Jasmine Ledbetter was found wrapped in plastic and left in the woods off Highway 7 south of town.
Pastor Martinson was found bludgeoned to death at his church on Easter Sunday.
Personal assistant Lee found her boss, literary agent Victor Jennings, dead in a pool of blood in his kitchen.
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