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Forensics – Pace scene

YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Investigating Officer(s): Det. S. Murphy. Det. T. Armstrong
Incident No.: 003652-05K-2017
Case Description: Kimberly Pace death investigation

Investigators have prepared the following summary of results obtained thus far from forensic analysis of various items taken into evidence from the crime scene at 1592 Jackson Avenue by Yoknapatawpha County CSU technicians and from the body at the Yoknapatawpha County Coroner's Office by employees of the Yoknapatawpha County Coroner.


Three (3) tire tracks

cast of tire track from crime scene

  • Tires have been identified as Deli Tires, size 80/4.00. (See Figure 2)
  • Tires are categorized as utility tires because of the unique grooved tread, which is distinct from a typical road tire that would have rain grooves running at angles to the treads.

Two (2) samples of vomitus found on ground, approximately 36 inches north of back door of crime scene

  • Analysis of content found:
    • Beef, texture consistent with ground beef
    • Plant matter
    • Hairs
    • Hairs were determined to be canine. That result plus the presence of non-human antibodies suggest the vomit was from a dog.
  • Toxicological tests found ~1250 mg of acetaminophen in the vomit

Debris from the wound (evidence received from the Yoknapatawpha County Coroner's Office)

  • Analysis of the debris found the following components:
    • Soil – includes components consistent with soil found in local area as well as components consistent with exogenous soil
    • Plant matter
    • Ammonium sulfate
    • Ammonium phosphate
    • Disulfoton
    • Iron (III) oxide

Dirt, wood dust and shavings found in Kimberly's house

Figure 1- Diatom

  • Soil - includes components consistent with soil found in local area as well as components consistent with exogenous soil plus traces of plant matter and a high amount of diatom skeletons (See Figure 1).
  • Wood dust and shavings
    • Acer saccharinum (Silver Maple)
    • Celtis occidentalis (Hackberry)
    • Fagus grandifolia (American Beech)
    • Robinia pseudoacacia (Black Locust)
    • Quercus Alba (White Oak)
    • Quercus Rubra (Northern Red Oak)

Blood flakes found at the crime scene

  • Blood Type – O+
  • DNA Analysis – consistent with the blood of Kimberly Pace

The victim's clothing (evidence received from the Yoknapatawpha County Coroner's Office)

  • Blood found on the back of the victim's shirt
    • Blood Type – O+
    • DNA Analysis – consistent with the blood of Kimberly Pace
  • Trace evidence found on the back of the shirt and pants.
    • Dog hairs, black – consistent with the victim's pet Labrador
    • Human hairs, brown – consistent with the victim's hair
    • Wood dust and shavings
      • Acer saccharinum (Silver Maple)
      • Fagus grandifolia (American Beech)
      • Quercus Alba (White Oak)
      • Quercus Rubra (Northern Red Oak)
    • Soil – includes components consistent with soil found in local area as well as components consistent with exogenous soil plus traces of plant matter
    • Plant matter
    • Ammonium sulfate
    • Ammonium phosphate
    • Disulfoton
    • Iron (III) oxide
    • Paint chips, black
    • Small pieces of plastic consistent with plastic used in bags

 

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Comments (13)

  1. kirsty

pity it wasn't human vomit, but at least I know how Kimberley dog died and who killed it!!!!!!

 
  1. coralieblues    kirsty

Ok, This person poisoned Thoreau. I understand why Kimberly was so worried when Serena Falk saw her.

There is an evidence we should not forget and which would explain these analysis results:

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  1. TDA

Kimberly was in Arthur's shed, where she was wrapped up in black plastic bags before she was transported over to her premises in a wheelbarrow. The debris from the wound are from humus, fertilzer and insecticide substances. The weapon is...

Kimberly was in Arthur's shed, where she was wrapped up in black plastic bags before she was transported over to her premises in a wheelbarrow. The debris from the wound are from humus, fertilzer and insecticide substances. The weapon is something which had contact with the ground, plant matter, etc - e.g. a shovel. The dog was poisoned with medicine. The wood dust and shavings are from the basement floor, where the body was laid down. This points to one person: Arthur is our man.

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  1. TDA    msdetective

Sorry for being somewhat imprecise in my wording. These were only my conclusions with regard to this new evidence, What I meant was obviously Kimberly had been in Arthur's shed, dead or alive. I presume the former. This just fits my theory very...

Sorry for being somewhat imprecise in my wording. These were only my conclusions with regard to this new evidence, What I meant was obviously Kimberly had been in Arthur's shed, dead or alive. I presume the former. This just fits my theory very well, which I have discussed at length in the forum. Kim went over to Arthurs to confront him because of her dog. An argument ensued and Beck killed Kimberly. He then laid her in his shed, contemplating on what to do. Once he made up his mind, he and wrapped her up, to prevent evidence or being seen with a body and returned her to her home, etc.

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  1. coralieblues    TDA

Sorry. I think Arthur Beck was involved in the murder, but he is not the killer.

The killer is another person and i think Arthur Beck gave him "unintentionnally" a little help.

 
  1. josiemaria93    msdetective

They had an argument that afternoon

 
  1. msdetective

utility tires that size are on wheelbarrows and garden tractors, also small 4 wheelers. wood chippers, ect alot of lawn and garden devices, also little trailers.

 
  1. msdetective

Iron oxide is a combination of oxygen and iron, and there is sixteen different types of this combination. The most common iron oxide can be found in ceramic applications such as glazing.
(iron (II) oxide, ferrosoferric oxide, triiron tetraoxide)...

Iron oxide is a combination of oxygen and iron, and there is sixteen different types of this combination. The most common iron oxide can be found in ceramic applications such as glazing.
(iron (II) oxide, ferrosoferric oxide, triiron tetraoxide) [FeO•Fe2O3 or Fe3O4] Black powder

(iron (III) oxide, ferric oxide) [Fe2O3] Red powder


Used mainly as a pigment for rubber, paints, paper, ceramics, glass, in the manufacture of electrical resistors and semiconductors, magnets and magnetic tapes. It’s also used as a pigment in cosmetics and a common coloring agent in ceramics

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  1. coralieblues    msdetective

Three persons could have used iron oxide:

- Paul Evans
- Tammy Freeman (she is also an artist, a sculptor).
-Eventually, Miguel Ochoa ( he is a "fix-it" man. Maybe, he uses iron oxide within the framework of his work).

Ok, now, i think Tammy...

Three persons could have used iron oxide:

- Paul Evans
- Tammy Freeman (she is also an artist, a sculptor).
-Eventually, Miguel Ochoa ( he is a "fix-it" man. Maybe, he uses iron oxide within the framework of his work).

Ok, now, i think Tammy Freeman is the murderer. There are too much coincidences (she has a Lab bought to Jeremy Gladwell, Her mother was treated in Graceland Care Center like Kimberly's mother, her boyfriend is Kimberly Pace's acquaintance).

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  1. msdetective    coralieblues

VERY GOOD, BUT FOR HER TOO DO IT HERSELF, HUUM I DONT THINK SO SHE HAD HELP, IF SHE DID.

 
  1. msdetective

VERY GOOD, BUT FOR HER TOO DO IT HERSELF, HUUM I DONT THINK SO SHE HAD HELP, IF SHE DID.

 
  1. msdetective

lets see i will have to get a couple more questions answered before i can register my hypothesis, so 3 people, so far have directly been involved in her death, for sure.

 
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