The Crime Beat reports: A suspect is in custody for killing Jared Plunk.
After reviewing the latest forensics, the detectives brought a suspect in for one last interview.
The lab analyzed evidence from the crime scene, the searches, and the autopsy.
Investigators summarized the alibis for persons of interest and whether those alibis could be corroborated.
YCSD investigators searched the home at 622 Lincoln Avenue, belonging to Peter and Sonya Davis.
The detectives tried to get more details about the people Buzz saw at the YCCC.
The detectives spoke to Mrs. Snyder again to follow up on what John Morrison said.
YCSD investigators searched the home at 2216 Church Street, belonging to Max and Lindsey Snyder.
YCSD investigators searched the home at 1509 Smallwood Drive, belonging to Taylor and Yvonne Boyd.
The coroner's office provided a preliminary report on the autopsy of Jared Plunk. Additional analyses are ongoing.
A local waiter contacted the YCSD about a dinner party Jared attended before the conference.
The lab provided their preliminary findings on the evidence collected from the crime scene.
The detectives asked Carl how the conference and the murder affected the Elvis Faithful.
The detectives asked Rose if she remembered anything more about the morning Jared was killed.
The detectives asked Peter about some statements his wife made in her recent interview.
The detectives followed up with Sonya on some new information since her last interview.
The detectives asked Max to answer some questions that have arisen since they last spoke.
The detectives asked Alison about new information uncovered since their last conversation.
The detectives asked Yvonne some questions that have come up since their last conversation.
The detectives spoke to a man seen loitering during the conference.
The detectives met with Jared's former business partner about their acrimonious history.
Taylor is a journalism professor and former business partner of Jared Plunk.
The detectives met with another one of the Elvis conference attendees.
Quentin's wife was a devoted Elvis fan until her dying day.
The detectives talked to conference attendee Rose about her plan to confront Jared Plunk.
Rose is a lifelong Elvis fan and sometimes performs as an Elvis tribute artist.
The detectives talked to Carl about his interactions with Jared Plunk.
Carl and his wife founded the Elvis Faithful for fellow admirers.
The detectives spoke to Peter about his and his loved ones' interactions with Jared.
Peter's wife and his sister both allegedly suffered as a result of Jared Plunk's actions.
Joy was Peter Davis' sister and a longtime Elvis fan and memorabilia collector.
The detectives met with the conference co-organizer, Max Snyder's wife.
Lindsey helped her second husband, Max, plan and finance the Elvis conference.
The detectives spoke with Sonya, who was replaced as keynote speaker on short notice.
A longtime Elvis devotee, Sonya is a sought-after speaker at Elvis fan gatherings.
The detectives asked Kelly about her relationship with the victim, Jared Plunk.
Kelly is a senior at Ole Miss, studying music and accounting.
Max contacted the detectives to say he'd remembered additional information.
The detectives asked Yvonne to come in for a few more questions.
CSU submitted a preliminary inventory of evidence collected in the Jared Plunk homicide investigation.
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The detectives talked to the man who organized the conference where Jared was scheduled to speak.
Lifelong Elvis fan Max Snyder grew up in the King's hometown and later moved to Oxford.
The detectives talked to Jared's wife at the YCCC on the morning he was found dead.
Alison had been married to Jared for nearly two decades at the time of his death.
The detectives spoke with Yvonne a few hours after she found Jared Plunk's bloody body.
Yvonne knew Jared well and identified him to detectives at the scene.
Emergency Services received a 911 call reporting a body at the Yoknapatawpha County Conference Center.
Freelance journalist Jared Plunk was allegedly about to reveal game-changing secrets about Elvis.
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