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The Crime Lab conducted a rush preliminary analysis of the knife taken into evidence at the crime scene.

YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Investigating Officer(s): Det. T. Armstrong, Det. S. Murphy
Incident No.: 003875-05L-2016
Case Description: Caroline Jordan homicide investigation

The State Crime Lab provided preliminary findings from their rush analysis of the knife found at the Jordan crime scene.

The evidence is described as:

003875-01: One (1) 12-inch chef's knife with 7-inch straight (non-serrated) blade stained with a shiny, bright red substance (Residue #1) and a dull, rust-colored substance (Residue #2), both dried.

Fingerprints

MISSISSIPPI CRIME LABORATORY

DATE ANALYSIS PERFORMED:
  12/07/2016

Cynthia J. Markert, CPLE
North Mississippi Regional Laboratory
Batesville, MS 38606
662-563-XXXX (FAX 662-563-XXXX)

Analysis: Latent Print Examination

SUMMARY REPORT OF FINGERPRINT ANALYSIS

Case Description:
 Caroline Jordan Homicide

Case #
 003875-05L-2016

Investigative Agency:
 Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department

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

The following evidence recovered from the crime scene was analyzed the presence of fingerprints:

Evidence Item Findings
003875-01: One (1) 12-inch chef's knife with 7-inch blade No identifiable full or partial prints were recovered from the knife handle or blade.

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  1. kickboxer

I would like to see how this case end

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  1. KatherineSimone

Check which hands each of the coworkers write with and look at weather or not she was attacked from behind or from the front, then look at which angle she was stabbed because she was stabbed on the left side of her chest so if from the front it...

Check which hands each of the coworkers write with and look at weather or not she was attacked from behind or from the front, then look at which angle she was stabbed because she was stabbed on the left side of her chest so if from the front it could be a right handed person but if attacked from behind then maybe a left handed person.

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