Ole Miss Assistant Professor Kimberly Pace was found dead in her residence.
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CSU photographed the exterior and interior of the crime scene
Kimberly's younger sister, Becky, was one of the people who found her body.
Professor Pace was beloved by her family, friends and most students and colleagues.
The detectives interviewed Becky outside her sister's residence.
Kimberly's close friend and former employer, Cheryl, was one of the people who found her body.
The detectives interviewed Cheryl outside the victim's house.
The detectives interviewed Jeremy outside Kimberly's house.
Kimberly's neighbor Jeremy was one of the people who found her body.
The Crime Beat reports: Dr. Pace was involved in a campus controversy shortly before her death.
The YCSD asked Kimberly's neighbors if they had seen or heard anything unusual.
Arthur and his wife retired to Oxford and moved next door to Kimberly Pace.
Arthur Beck reportedly sometimes argued with his next door neighbor, Kimberly Pace.
Born in Michigan, Paul has lived in the Oxford area since he was 13.
Paul was estranged from his longtime girlfriend, Kimberly, at the time of her death.
This column in the Ole Miss newspaper, The Daily Mississippian, caused an uproar on campus.
Kimberly Pace expressed her outrage in response to the Proposed and Opposed column.
CSU provided a preliminary inventory of Items taken into evidence from Kimberly Pace's residence.
Investigators identified Jacob Hunter as the boy seen riding his bike the morning the body was found.
The son of teachers, Patrick worked extra jobs to afford college.
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