In the early morning hours of Saturday, January 14, 2012, Ashley Fontaine called 911 to report she had found her husband Philip's bloody body in their kitchen.
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Photographs of evidence collected at the Fontaine crime scene.
These items were taken into evidence from the kitchen of the Fontaine residence.
Substances recovered at the crime scene that were suspected to be human blood were tested for verification.
CSU provided this summary report of noteworthy fingerprint analysis findings from the Fontaine crime scene.
Preliminary report from the Yoknapatawpha County Coroner's Office on the autopsy of Philip Fontaine.
Manish Agarwal, M.D. of the Yoknapatawpha County Coroner's office diagrammed Philip Fontaine's injuries.
The lab analyzed the ballistic evidence recovered at the scene to see if the bullet and casing were fired from that gun.
Samples from the crime scene that were verified as human blood were then submitted for ABO blood typing.
The Crime Lab prepared this tutorial on Multiplex STR DNA analysis.
Samples from the crime scene that were verified as human blood were then submitted for DNA analysis.
This map shows Oxford locations that are relevant to the Philip Fontaine homicide investigation.
The detectives obtained warrants to search Bruno Coleman's residence at 910 Lincoln Avenue and to collect hair, blood and fingerprints from Mr. Coleman.
The detectives obtained warrants to search Joey Beecher's residence at 1172 Magnolia Cove and to collect hair, blood and fingerprints from Mr. Beecher.
The detectives obtained warrants to search the Flores/Santos residence at 594 Hathorn Road and to collect hair, blood and fingerprints from Mr. Flores.
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