From 5:30–9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, Deputy Willits and Deputy Watson interviewed people at the Oxford Skate Park.

In a November 1 interview with the Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department, Elizabeth "Lizzie" Miller recanted her prior statement that she was at High Point Coffee on the evening her father was killed. Lizzie claimed that she was actually at the skate park with Marc Huddleston during this time.

Skate park patrons were interviewed to determine whether Lizzie was there between 5:30 and 9:00 p.m. on October 29.

The interviews summarized are some of the most typical or relevant to the investigation and are representative of all interviews conducted.

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"Mrs. Kimball remembered seeing Lizzie at the skate park around 7:30 p.m. when she and her son were preparing to leave. She said Lizzie was sitting in the grassy area at the edge of the park with a teenage male. She said a group of other teens...

"Mrs. Kimball remembered seeing Lizzie at the skate park around 7:30 p.m. when she and her son were preparing to leave. She said Lizzie was sitting in the grassy area at the edge of the park with a teenage male. She said a group of other teens was loitering around the same area. They stood out to her because a few of the juveniles were smoking cigarettes. Mrs. Kimball did not observe Lizzie or the boy with her smoking, but she was concerned that Lizzie was possibly hanging out with teenagers who were."

So, had Marc joined the others at that moment to have a smoke, or is this teen with Lizzie just Jeffrey Scott?

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Jeffrey Scott must have killed Lizzie father because it states that Jeffrey said ''He said he wanted to avoid the crowds that would be there Friday night'' so that could mean he wanted to avoid the crowds so he could kill the father that's how I...

Jeffrey Scott must have killed Lizzie father because it states that Jeffrey said ''He said he wanted to avoid the crowds that would be there Friday night'' so that could mean he wanted to avoid the crowds so he could kill the father that's how I see it......

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  Chyna
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Avoiding the crowds does allow for killing Lizzie's father however it does not further support the fact that Jeffrey did commit the crime. This statement simply allows for Jeffrey to be a suspect. Furthermore, anybody would naturally want to...

Avoiding the crowds does allow for killing Lizzie's father however it does not further support the fact that Jeffrey did commit the crime. This statement simply allows for Jeffrey to be a suspect. Furthermore, anybody would naturally want to avoid the crowd just like how you'd want to avoid a traffic jam whilst driving for example. Lastly, (I don't know why I didn't mention this in the first place) the murder was committed on the Saturday night so everything I said before this is actually now redundant .... lol

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  Nathan Mills
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Excuse me, it was the Thursday. Nevertheless, it still wasn't Friday

  Nathan Mills
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Jeffrey Scott doesn't mention Marc. So, Lizzie may have been there all night, but was Marc? Mrs. Kimball says she saw other teens, but doesn't mention Marc. Sarah Cohen left at about 6:30, so that doesn't cover the time of the crime. The other...

Jeffrey Scott doesn't mention Marc. So, Lizzie may have been there all night, but was Marc? Mrs. Kimball says she saw other teens, but doesn't mention Marc. Sarah Cohen left at about 6:30, so that doesn't cover the time of the crime. The other times are pretty vague as well.

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