The detectives executed a warrant to collect evidence potentially relevant to the investigation from Matt Hooper.
The detectives visited Magnolia again to see what else she had to say about Jerry.
The detectives executed a warrant to collect evidence at the Yoknapatawpha Acres nursing home.
Albert pulled the detectives aside at Yoknapatawpha Acres, saying he wanted to talk to them.
The detectives visited Sylvia at work to ask her more about Jerry and Richard.
The detectives asked Ed some more questions about his interactions with the Yoknapatawpha Acres staff.
The Oxford Weekly Planet reports: One arrested at local nursing home, Yoknapatawpha Acres.
The detectives wanted to see if Richard was more cooperative since his situation recently changed.
The detectives met with Natalie again in hopes recent changes would let her talk more openly.
The detectives pressed Matt for his whereabouts when Jerry died and more details on their relationship.
The Coroner's Office provided a preliminary autopsy report on Jerry Shaw. Additional analyses are ongoing.
The detectives had several follow-up questions for nursing home manager Richard Landrigan.
The detectives asked Sylvia to answer some additional questions about Jerry and his relationships.
The detectives had some follow-up questions for LaDonna about Jerry Shaw and Rose Jenkins.
The detectives asked Bernice some follow-up questions about several of her co-workers.
The detectives caught up with Margery, who was in town to see to her mother.
After a frightening incident, Margery moved her mother to Yoknapatawpha Acres.
Dr. James Franklin contacted the YCSD regarding his examination of Rose Jenkins.
The detectives tracked down Natalie for a few follow-up questions and learned something surprising.
The detectives asked the receptionist about the nursing home's visitors on the day Jerry died.
The detectives obtained the Yoknapatawpha Acres visitors log for the day Jerry Shaw died.
The detectives talked to Yoknapatawpha Acres' head cook about operations at the nursing home.
Joe's mother taught him cooking, baking, and compassion for the lonely people he meets.
The detectives spoke with nurse's aide Jack Thomson about working at Yoknapatawpha Acres with Jerry.
Jack always wanted to follow in his mother's footsteps and become a caregiver.
The detectives talked to Bill about what he saw the day Jerry died.
Bill had quite a life before he moved into the nursing home.
The detectives talked to Albert about Jerry Shaw and life at the nursing home.
Albert Clark's life before he arrived at Yoknapatawpha Acres is a mystery.
The detectives spoke to Ed about his and his mother's experiences with Jerry Shaw.
Ed has struggled to adequately care for his mother since his father died.
The detectives talked to Mrs. Harbison about her roommate, Rose, and their encounters with Jerry.
Magnolia's son moved her into Yoknapatawpha Acres when she needed constant help with her arthritis
The detectives asked nursing home resident Rose Jenkins about her alleged complaint about Jerry Shaw.
Rose moved into Yoknapatawpha Acres after her husband's death last year.
The lab provided preliminary analyses of evidence collected from the Jerry Shaw death location.
The detectives talked to Yoknapatawpha Acres nurse Sylvia Powell about her connection to Jerry Shaw.
A native Oxonian, Sylvia has worked at Yoknapatawpha Acres since she graduated from nursing school.
The detectives asked "Matt, the oxygen guy" about his relationship with Jerry Shaw.
Despite his dreams of a career in medicine, Matt dropped out of college.
The detectives talked to LaDonna Kitterman, a nurse's aide who worked with Jerry Shaw.
LaDonna was pleased to land a job with a potential career path at Yoknapatawpha Acres.
The detectives talked to nurse Erin Bailey about her late co-worker, Jerry Shaw.
Erin recently joined the Yoknapatawpha Acres staff after graduating from nursing school.
Bernice is a nursing assistant at Yoknapatawpha Acres, where Jerry Shaw worked.
Bernice volunteered at Yoknapatawpha Acres as a teen and later became an employee.
The detectives spoke with Yoknapatawpha Acres head nurse Natalie Martin about her co-worker Jerry Shaw.
Natalie abruptly quit her hospital job for personal reasons and joined the Yoknapatawpha Acres staff.
The detectives spoke to the nursing home manager about his employee Jerry Shaw.
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