YCSD Emergency Services received a 911 call reporting a body at a College Hill Road residence.
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CSU submitted this preliminary inventory of evidence collected at the scene.
A high school junior, Alyx lived with her dad after her parents divorced.
The Crime Beat reports: Teen found dead at her College Hill residence.
Born in England, Rachel and her parents immigrated to the US when she was seven.
The detectives spoke to Rachel about her 911 call reporting the body in the pool.
David enjoys being his own boss and flirting with his female customers.
The detectives asked David for the details of how he discovered the body.
Paul Byrns turned over his daughter's cell phone to the Sheriff's Department for analysis.
The coroner's office notified detectives of some preliminary findings that could affect the investigation.
Paul made his fortune as the founder and CEO of a successful tech company.
The detectives spoke to Alyx's father the morning after she was found dead.
Barbara was a devoted mother to Alyx as the demands of her career allowed.
The detectives spoke to Barbara about her stepdaughter's relationships and activities before her death.
Josh's upbringing was anything but traditional, but he found his niche as a landscaper.
The detectives spoke to the landscaper who was at the Byrns house the day Alyx died.
Stephen had an unconventional past long before he came to Yoknapatawpha County.
The detectives asked Alyx's boyfriend to come in for a conversation.
Paul Byrns gave the detectives permission to collect some evidence from his residence.
Katie preferred hanging out with her best friend to studying and looking after her little brother.
The detectives asked Alyx's best friend to describe Alyx's state of mind before her death.
After struggling to make friends, Megan was thrilled when the popular girls accepted her.
The detectives also spoke with Alyx's other close friend about Alyx's relationships.
The crime lab sent over preliminary findings on fingerprints lifted from the death scene.
The detectives talked to Josh again to ask about some of the early fingerprint findings.
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