The victim's wife says she was out with friends the night of the murder and that she and her stepson arrived home at the same time and found Philip's body.
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The victim's son wouldn't or couldn't provide details about where he was or who he was with the night his father was killed.
Raquel Santos left work at the victim's house the day of the murder after a disagreement with a household member. Warning: Contains some strong language.
Joey Beecher was supposed to meet with the victim on the night of the murder, but said his boss didn't answer his knocks on the door so he left.
Detectives Armstrong and Murphy interviewed Stacy Beecher to get more information about her husband Joey's alibi.
The detectives spoke to Benito Flores to try to find out whether there was any truth to the rumors that he sold drugs to the victim's son.
Javier Montoya reluctantly agreed to tell the detectives a little about the legal matters he was working on for Philip Fontaine just before the murder.
Gerald Archer talked about Philip Fontaine's typical banking activities, his family's access to the accounts and his transactions just before he was murdered.
Kenny Ross is serving time on a drug charge and sometimes provides information to assist with investigations. He claims Grant Fontaine was once his customer.
Bruno Coleman was one of the victim's business competitors. It's no secret that the two men did not like each other and often had conflicting interests.
As a longtime bartender at a popular bar & grill, Will Sands knows a lot about the people who come in and what they're talking about.
Philip Fontaine's longtime secretary Karen Lewis spoke to the detectives about the victim's relationships with his family, friends and enemies.
Officially, Dawn Thurman was Philip Fontaine's personal trainer, but it was an open secret that she was also his mistress.
Amber Dunn, a friend of the victim's mistress Dawn Thurman, spoke to detectives about the relationship between Philip Fontaine and Ms. Thurman.
The detectives re-interviewed Joey Beecher to review his alibi and to find out if he knew Philip Fontaine was considering changing his will to benefit Joey.
The detectives re-interviewed Grant Fontaine to try to nail down where he really was the night his father was killed.
The detectives asked bartender Will Sands to come in again so they could try to find out if he "forgot" to mention anything in his first interview.
Kyle Parker works as a personal trainer. Most of his clients are women, and he provides additional services to some of them, including Ashley Fontaine.
The detectives pressed Grant Fontaine for more details about his fight with his father and whether he knew about the $15,000 cash his father reportedly had.
The detectives re-interviewed Raquel Santos to learn more about her boyfriend Benito Flores and her fight with Ashley Fontaine. Warning: Contains some strong language.
While the Flores/Santos search was still ongoing, the detectives re-interviewed Benito Flores about his whereabouts the night Philip Fontaine was killed.
John Franklin owns a farm that Philip Fontaine was trying to buy. Mr. Franklin recently contacted the detectives to say he had information about the case.
Kelly Moran's husband, Russell, discovered her body in their home when he returned from work. Investigators noted signs of foul play at the scene.
Farmer John Reagle was arrested at a local bar after brandishing what he claimed was his ex-girlfriend's hand.
Newspaper managing editor Monica Drum was found shot to death in her office after the security guard heard gunshots around 3:00 a.m.
The body of 19-year-old Jasmine Ledbetter was found wrapped in plastic and left in the woods off Highway 7 south of town.
Pastor Martinson was found bludgeoned to death at his church on Easter Sunday.
Personal assistant Lee found her boss, literary agent Victor Jennings, dead in a pool of blood in his kitchen.
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