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MISSISSIPPI CRIME LABORATORY

DATE ANALYSIS PERFORMED: 3/13/2017

Andrew Needham, FTEE
Cynthia J. Markert, CPLE
Jackson Laboratory
Jackson, MS 39205
601-987-XXXX (FAX 601-987-XXXX)

Analysis: Serology; Trace Evidence Examination

Case #: 000569-18B-2017

Case Description: Wendy Holloway Death Investigation

Investigative Agency: Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department

Investigating Officer(s): Det. S. Murphy, Det. T. Armstrong

 

EVIDENCE ANALYZED

Serology

Presumptive Human Blood Tests

Presumptive tests for human blood were performed on the following items with the results shown:

Description Recovered

Blood?

000569-162: One (1) pair Converse sneakers, size 10 Master Bedroom, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis positive
000569-163: One (1) pair Converse sneakers, size 10 Master Bedroom, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis negative
000569-164: One (1) pair jeans, size 32/32 Master Bedroom, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis negative
000569-165: One (1) pair jeans, size 32/32 Master Bedroom, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis positive
000569-166: One (1) t-shirt, size large Master Bedroom, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis negative
000569-167: One (1) t-shirt, size large Master Bedroom, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis negative
000569-168: One (1) t-shirt, size large Master Bedroom, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis negative
000569-169: One (1) duffel bag Master Bedroom, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis positive
000569-170: One (1) One (1) Catfish Jim folk art painting Living Room, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis positive
000569-171: One (1) Dell laptop computer Home Office, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis negative
000569-172: One (1) Lenovo laptop computer Home Office, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis negative
000569-173 through 000569-211: Thirty-nine (39) flash drives Home Office, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis negative
000569-212 through 000569-219: Eight (8) file folders and contents Home Office, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis negative
000569-220: One (1) set of keys on a key ring with the initial "W" attached Home Office, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis positive
000569-221: One (1) boxes disposable latex gloves, open Kitchen, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis negative
000569-222: One (1) boxes disposable latex gloves, open Kitchen, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis negative
000569-223: One (1) Schwinn bicycle Garage, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis positive
000569-224: One (1) 1986 Mercedes 560SL convertible coupe, registered to Peter A. Pane Garage, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis negative
000569-225: One (1) 2007 Saab 9-3 sedan automobile, registered to Amanda Hansen Garage, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis positive

ABO Blood Typing

Samples from distinct areas were tested using ABO blood typing and compared to the blood sample obtained from the deceased (000569-47) with the following results:

Description Recovered ABO Result
000569-162: One (1) pair Converse sneakers, size 10 Master Bedroom, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis A+
000569-165: One (1) pair jeans, size 32/32 Master Bedroom, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis A+
000569-169: One (1) duffel bag Master Bedroom, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis A+
000569-170: One (1) One (1) Catfish Jim folk art painting Living Room, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis A+
000569-220: One (1) set of keys on a key ring with the initial "W" attached Home Office, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis A+
000569-223: One (1) Schwinn bicycle Garage, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis A+
000569-225: One (1) 2007 Saab 9-3 sedan automobile, registered to Amanda Hansen Garage, 4888 Gill Road, Memphis A+

DNA Profiling

These samples were submitted for DNA profiling. Results pending.

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Comments (12)

  1. lgillette

I'd say we have found what Peter was wearing, the shoes, jeans. The only presence of blood is on items from Wendy's, keys and picture. I would say he used the duffel bag to transport the computer etc. It seems that Peter drove Amanda's car...

I'd say we have found what Peter was wearing, the shoes, jeans. The only presence of blood is on items from Wendy's, keys and picture. I would say he used the duffel bag to transport the computer etc. It seems that Peter drove Amanda's car (perhaps to better hide his identity) and got blood on it and the bicycle mounted to the back when he loaded up the car with the art etc.
I am now convinced that the jeans in the bag were Wendy's. She is wearing "men's" jeans in the dump sight picture. I think Peter picked them up to wrap her head while he transported her along with the shirt she had been wearing at lunch.
My remaining questions revolve around why the mess in the house. It was too much for the effects of rumaging for the computer etc. Was it to stage a robbery to throw off the scent? Why move the body? And how involved is Jennifer? I'm not buying that she is that innocent. Did she go to Oxford for the weekend? Or did she just egg on from afar?

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  1. MissionSolver    lgillette

I beg to differ. After I have time to finish going over everything I will be posting my findings. Also on the one report it says Wendy was wearing female jeans, white thong and white brazier. So I am thinking there is not way those were hers in...

I beg to differ. After I have time to finish going over everything I will be posting my findings. Also on the one report it says Wendy was wearing female jeans, white thong and white brazier. So I am thinking there is not way those were hers in that bag.. I think they are are the person who killed Wendy.

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  1. MissionSolver    lgillette

If I am wrong then I will eat crow.. @lgillette. Maybe that is why you have a detective badge on here and I don't yet. Sigh... But I am still thinking Phillip and his mother did this and Peter went there and found Wendy and panicked with not...

If I am wrong then I will eat crow.. @lgillette. Maybe that is why you have a detective badge on here and I don't yet. Sigh... But I am still thinking Phillip and his mother did this and Peter went there and found Wendy and panicked with not knowing what to do so he may be quilty of dumping the body..

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  1. Buse    lgillette

I think the men's clothing in the bag were Tony Magro's.

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  1. Thrasher

Well now, the jeans are 32/32...just Skippys size...of course if they are Skippys then of course they wouldn't have found them in the house because they were in the bag. But I don't get why they would just throw the bag off the side of the road...

Well now, the jeans are 32/32...just Skippys size...of course if they are Skippys then of course they wouldn't have found them in the house because they were in the bag. But I don't get why they would just throw the bag off the side of the road to begin with. I mean most people would have burned them or something. And then there's the question about whoever's clothes they are what did they wear home? And do we know what size of jeans Pete's girlfriend wears? Two sets of gloves....and if Pete is innocent and did just come up on the murder then why on Earth would he take a painting or anything for that matter from the crime scene. He obviously already had a million-dollar payday but still had one problem. It had not been patented yet, and that was pretty much the only problem standing in his way. So that would have been the motive to kill Wendy before she could patent it. But still a motive none the less.

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  1. daroo196

So does this mean a suspect arrest tomorrow. I suspect so. Peter Pane. Then again a+ blood type is common and Wendy and Peter are related. To much coincidence though.
But the if the Keys are Wendy's....well... only the killer could have them....

So does this mean a suspect arrest tomorrow. I suspect so. Peter Pane. Then again a+ blood type is common and Wendy and Peter are related. To much coincidence though.
But the if the Keys are Wendy's....well... only the killer could have them. Have them???
I wonder if Blake had a spare set of clothes at Wendy's?? They would most likely match the size of clothes found.

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  1. Buse    daroo196

Wendy and Peter are not twins and are only half-brother/sister. The probability of them having the same blood type and Rh indicator is reduced, from my layan's understanding, though I am not inclined to work through the statistics at this time.

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  1. daroo196    daroo196

No way, jeans would be to small for Blake

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  1. daroo196

Not twins, ohh mistake???

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  1. lgillette

Thrasher, the jeans in the bag were 30/30s, not 32/32, like Skippy and Peter (In 'Ask the Detective'). That's why I think they were hers. I think the bag got so casually tossed because except for the fairly generic latex gloves, there was nothing...

Thrasher, the jeans in the bag were 30/30s, not 32/32, like Skippy and Peter (In 'Ask the Detective'). That's why I think they were hers. I think the bag got so casually tossed because except for the fairly generic latex gloves, there was nothing to tie the bag or it's contents to the killer, safer to get rid of it as quickly as possible.

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  1. Thrasher    lgillette

Good point lgillette, I missed you while I was gone!

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  1. nobody

looks like the clothes belonged to the suspect, possibly with signs of a struggle considering the different types of blood on the clothes. So he's male and whatnot and i imagine him to be in his twenties

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