YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Investigating Officer(s): Det. P. Beckwith, Det. J. Magee
Incident No.: 001077-08C-2021
Case Description: Daniel Collier missing person investigation

 

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DATE SEARCH WARRANT RECEIVED

March 19, 2021

DATE AND TIME SEARCH CONDUCTED

March 19, 2021

at 3:00 p.m.

COPY OF WARRANT AND RECEIPT FOR ITEMS LEFT WITH

Vincent Gayle, property owner

3 County Road 169
Alesville, MS

INVENTORY IN THE PRESENCE OF

Detective Jo Allyn Magee and Detective Paul Beckwith of the Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department and Vincent Gayle, property owner.

 

I received the attached search warrant March 19, 2021, and have executed it as follows:

On March 19, 2021 at 3:00 p.m., I searched the person or premises described in the warrant and left a copy of the warrant with Vincent Gayle, property owner.

 

INVENTORY OF PERSON OR PROPERTY TAKEN PURSUANT TO THE WARRANT

Recovered from garage, attached to residence

  • 001077-GR16-01 through 001077-GR16-06: Six (6) miscellaneous valve covers, custom airbrushed.
  • 001077-GR16-07 through 001077-GR16-11: Five (5) miscellaneous catalytic converters.
  • 001077-GR16-12 through 001077-GR16-17: Six (6) miscellaneous headlight assemblies.
  • 001077-GR16-18A through 001077-GR16-18C: Three (3) samples from medium velocity apparent bloodstain on tool bench
  • 001077-GR16-19A through 001077-GR16-19C: Three (3) samples from passive apparent bloodstain found in groove between tool bench foot and floor
  • 001077-GR16-20A through 001077-GR16-20C: Three (3) samples from passive apparent bloodstain found in groove between tool bench foot and floor
  • 001077-GR16-21A through 001077-GR16-21C: Three (3) samples from stain found in hollow space in jack handle of Item #001077-GR16-38
  • 001077-GR16-22A through 001077-GR16-22C: Three (3) samples from apparent bleached blood swirls on floor near tool bench
  • 001077-GR16-23A through 001077-GR16-23C: Three (3) samples from medium velocity apparent bloodstain on ceiling above tool bench area
  • 001077-GR16-24 through 001077-GR16-27: Four (4) fingerprints from tool bench
  • 001077-GR16-28A through 001077-GR16-28B: Two (2) fingerprints from 001077-GR16-05, valve cover.
  • 001077-GR16-29: One (1) fingerprint from 001077-GR16-06, valve cover.
  • 001077-GR16-30: One (1) fingerprint from 001077-GR16-14, headlight assembly.
  • 001077-GR16-31A through 001077-GR16-31B: Two (2) fingerprints from 001077-GR16-08, catalytic converter
  • 001077-GR16-32: One (1) fingerprint from 001077-GR16-37, hammer.
  • 001077-GR16-33: One (1) fingerprint from 001077-GR16-38, jack handle
  • 001077-GR16-34: One (1) fingerprint from 001077-GR16-41, crescent wrench
  • 001077-GR16-35: One (1) claw hammer
  • 001077-GR16-36: One (1) mallet
  • 001077-GR16-37: One (1) ball-peen hammer
  • 001077-GR16-38: One (1) racing floor jack
  • 001077-GR16-39: One (1) pry bar
  • 001077-GR16-40: One (1) cat's paw nail puller
  • 001077-GR16-41: One (1) crescent wrench
  • 001077-GR16-42: One (1) impact wrench
  • 001077-GR16-43: One (1) hatchet

Recovered from backyard burn barrel

  • 001077-GR16-44 through 001077-GR16-53: Ten (10) 2.5-inch carriage bolts
  • 001077-GR16-54 through 001077-GR16-61: Eight (8) 1.5-inch carriage bolts
  • 001077-GR16-62 through 001077-GR16-79: Eighteen (18) standard hex nuts
  • 001077-GR16-80 through 001077-GR16-83: Four (4) steel casters
  • 001077-GR16-84: One (1) ash sample

Recovered from residence

  • 001077-GR16-85 through 001077-GR16-94: Ten (10) men's shirts, size small, from Daniel Collier's bedroom
  • 001077-GR16-95 through 001077-GR16-98: Four (4) men's jeans, size 30 x 28, from Daniel Collier's bedroom
  • 001077-GR16-99 through 001077-GR16-103: Five (5) photographs, from Daniel Collier's bedroom
  • 001077-GR16-104: One (1) pornographic magazine, from Daniel Collier's bedroom
  • 001077-GR16-105: One (1) trust fund agreement, naming Vincent Gayle as trustee, from living room desk
  • 001077-GR16-106-109: Four (4) quarterly trust fund statements from 2020, from living room desk
  • 001077-GR16-110: One (1) certified letter from Mace's 24 Hour Towing and Recovery, unopened, from living room desk
  • 001077-GR16-111: One (1) desktop computer, from living room

 

CERTIFICATION

 

I swear that this inventory is a true and detailed account of the person or property taken by me on the warrant.

//Jo Allyn Magee
Detective - Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department

Subscribed, sworn to, and returned before me this 22nd day of March, 2021.

//Harold R. McAfee
Yoknapatawpha County Court Judge

 

 

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About time.

  Matt
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Certainly looks bad for Vince and Sharon, but I have questions: Vince apparently got to work on time on Jan. 5th whereas Sharon was 45 minutes late. If they took the car to the airport together it would imply the woul get back at approximately...

Certainly looks bad for Vince and Sharon, but I have questions: Vince apparently got to work on time on Jan. 5th whereas Sharon was 45 minutes late. If they took the car to the airport together it would imply the woul get back at approximately the same time. Vince however was reported to be at his work around 8am and not late.; (2) Blunt instrument killings are usually crimes of passion, however the motive here would be financial i.e. the trust fund. (3) Vince was apparently quite the car guy back in the day. It's his garage. How does he not recognize 5 catalytic converters lying around and get suspicious and call Daniel out on it? He used to leave the garage unlocked, but started locking it recently.

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  Matt
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He could have been the why, Daniel was steeling the parts. I don't think he killed him over the money, I think he kept him alive because of the money, I think he killed him for being Gay, may also have something to do with the tracker.

  Lyn
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He could have been the why, Daniel was steeling the parts. I don't think he killed him over the money, I think he kept him alive because of the money, I think he killed him for being Gay, may also have something to do with the tracker. Vincent...

He could have been the why, Daniel was steeling the parts. I don't think he killed him over the money, I think he kept him alive because of the money, I think he killed him for being Gay, may also have something to do with the tracker. Vincent probably brought Sharon home and went to work. she had to clean the garage and what ever else

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