MISSISSIPPI CRIME LABORATORY

REPORT DATE: 1/27/2021

David Vogel, BS
Jackson Laboratory
Jackson, MS 39205
601-987-XXXX (FAX 601-987-XXXX)

Analysis: Firearm & Toolmark Examination

Case #: 000333-23A-2021

Case Description: Spenser Brooks homicide

Investigative Agency: Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department

Investigating Officer(s): Det. T. Armstrong, Det. S. Murphy

 Collected from the crime scene

Evidence Item Description

000333-B01

One (1) fired brass-jacketed bullet, recovered at autopsy: Spenser Brooks

000333-B02

One (1) fired brass-jacketed bullet, test-fired at Crime Lab

000333-B03

One (1) fired brass-jacketed bullet, test-fired at Crime Lab

000333-B04

One (1) fired brass-jacketed bullet, test-fired at Crime Lab

000333-B05

One (1) fired brass-jacketed bullet, test-fired at Crime Lab

Findings

Test fires of firearm 000333-27 using Remington UMC Ammunition 38 Special +P 125-grain brass-jacketed hollow point ammunition resulted in exhibits 000333-B02 through 000333-B05. These exhibits were compared with Item 000333-B01.

Examination using comparison microscopy identified item 000333-B01 as having been fired from item 000333-27.

Conclusion: The firearm 000333-27 was the weapon that fired evidence item 000333-B01.


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So this was the weapon that was used to Kill the DA. Now if we could have more info on the tire tracks.... Like is there any matches

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