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INCIDENT / ARREST REPORT
Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department
711 Jackson Avenue
Oxford, MS 38655

_X_ INCIDENT
___ Juvenile
___ Senior Citizen
___ Gang

___ ARREST
___ Child Abuse
___ Domestic
___ Involved Alcohol
CASE NUMBER:
002558-20E-2018
Date Reported:
05/20/2018
Time Reported:
10:11 AM
OFFENSE:
911 report - Well-Being Check
STATUTE:
___Committed
___ Attempted
OFFENSE:
STATUTE:
___Committed
___Attempted
OFFENSE:
STATUTE:
___Committed
___Attempted
Location of Offense(Exact address, include Room/ Apt. No.)
107 Combs Street
Oxford, Mississippi
Date of Offense:
05/20/2018
Time of Offense:
TBD
Location of Arrest (Exact address, include Room/Apt. No.)
N/A
Date of Arrest:
N/A
Time of Arrest:
N/A
Reporting Officer:
Dep. Fred Willits
Unit Number:
304
Assisting Officer:
Dep. P.J. Watson
Unit Number:
305

 

 

 REPORTING OFFICER Fred Willits DATE REPORTED 5-20-2018
 REPORTING OFFICER //Fred Willits
 Signature
 304
 Unit Number
 5-20-2018
 Date
 ASSISTING OFFICER //P.J. Watson
 Signature
 305
 Unit Number
 5-20-2018
 Date

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It appears to be suicide (again, I might add), I can't find anything so far, to deduce that this was anything more.

 
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Well, it says the witness is the landlady/tenant. She's 71. I'd like to think she didn't do it. Logic tells me to learn more about the girlfriend, friends, anyone who might want to harm him or has had words with him. Internal affairs didn't find...

Well, it says the witness is the landlady/tenant. She's 71. I'd like to think she didn't do it. Logic tells me to learn more about the girlfriend, friends, anyone who might want to harm him or has had words with him. Internal affairs didn't find anything inthe records he kept on his cases.

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I think, since he was a sheriff, he'd have several, maybe even a dozen enemies. We should look into anyone else he used to work with or any friends he wasn't on good terms with.

 
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All signs point to suicide except for the fact that he was lying in bed unclothed. Normally when someone kills themselves they know they will be found... this doesn't make any sense to me. There's also no extensive evidence to follow here. Could...

All signs point to suicide except for the fact that he was lying in bed unclothed. Normally when someone kills themselves they know they will be found... this doesn't make any sense to me. There's also no extensive evidence to follow here. Could it have been suicide? Yes; however, also unlikely.

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Give me some evidence. Any other blood, hairs, maybe even something fell out of a pocket? If the sort of gun was found outside of somewhere else, we could determine how you shoot it, if anyone has a background using it, etc.

 
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Here is a picture of the weapon used in his suicide.
https://goo.gl/images/z9zmFb

 
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Well I can deduce a couple things about this. The person didn't fire multiple shots, only one, so they were going to just simply fire the weapon once and hit him. That can tell you their state of mind. Another thing is about the distance. If it...

Well I can deduce a couple things about this. The person didn't fire multiple shots, only one, so they were going to just simply fire the weapon once and hit him. That can tell you their state of mind. Another thing is about the distance. If it was a close range shot, he wouldn't have just let the person take the shot. He would've fought back...unless it was someone he trusted closely and didn't know they had a gun until the deed was done. Or if it was from a further distance, would the windows of the house not been cracked or destroyed if a bullet went through one?

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I have some questions. First, what happened to his weapon and magazines? What happened to his badge? It's interesting. His pistol was found in his right hand. The gunshot wound was to the right side of his head. His holster was a left-handed...

I have some questions. First, what happened to his weapon and magazines? What happened to his badge? It's interesting. His pistol was found in his right hand. The gunshot wound was to the right side of his head. His holster was a left-handed pancake holster. This type of holster is a vertical draw, concealment holster. This indicates to me that the detective was left handed. It is highly unlikely that the detective committed suicide. Was his weapon tested for residue? Had he been to the range prior to his death? If so, then a gunshot residue test would be at best inconclusive. Was there gunshot residue on his right hand?

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What a funny incident report. lol. Well Det. shot in the head been their for days, dead, but no homicide det's or CSU, or coroner are called to the scene, fire dept. EMTs take his body away, and officers released from the scene in a little...

What a funny incident report. lol. Well Det. shot in the head been their for days, dead, but no homicide det's or CSU, or coroner are called to the scene, fire dept. EMTs take his body away, and officers released from the scene in a little over an hour. Wow, is there a coverup going on here or something.
Lefthanded shot found dead with gun in right hand and wound to right side of head.

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