Hair Loss Evidence inventory

YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Investigating Officer(s): Det. S. Murphy. Det. T. Armstrong
Incident No.: 001273-11C-2018
Case Description: Ambrose Garrett Death Investigation

The following items were taken into evidence from the meeting room of the Whitehall Community Center at 144 Huntington Place.


Recovered at the scene:

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001273-10-003: One (1) stainless steel hip flask

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001273-03 through 001273-09: HOA meeting agenda copies

  • 001273-01: One (1) clear glass drinking glass, approx. 4" tall and 3" in diameter, containing approx. 1/4" of clear liquid
  • 001273-02: One (1) clear glass drinking glass, approx. 4" tall and 3" in diameter, containing approx. 2" of clear liquid
  • 001273-03 through 001273-09: Seven (7) 8-1/2" x 11" papers, copies of the HOA meeting agenda
  • 001273-10: One (1) men's blazer, navy blue, size 50
    Contents of pockets:
    • 001273-10-001: One (1) men's wallet, black leather (from inside right pocket)
    • 001273-10-002: One (1) Cross® ballpoint pen, gold (from inside right pocket)
    • 001273-10-003: One (1) stainless steel hip flask, 4-1/16" x 6-1/4" x 1", 12-ounce capacity, empty (from inside left pocket)
    • 001273-10-004: One (1) mini calculator (from right front pocket)
    • 001273-10-005: One (1) 24-count pack of Cool Mint Listerine oral care strips, 7 strips remaining (from right front pocket)
    • 001273-10-006: One (1) cellular phone (from left front pocket)
  • 001273-11 through 001273-40: Contents of trash can in meeting room
    • 001273-11 through 001273-27: Seventeen (17) paper napkins
    • 001273-28 through 001273-39: Twelve (12) copies of the HOA meeting agenda
    • 001273-40: One (1) plastic trash can liner bag
  • 001273-41 through 001273-27: Contents of trash can in meeting room restroom
    Contents:
    • 001273-41 through 001273-48: Eight (8) paper towels
    • 001273-49: One (1) plastic trash can liner bag

 

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Contents of the wallet were not identified.

 
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I'm really learning a lot thanks crime scene team

 
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An empty flask with breath mints? Hmmmmmm

 
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The agenda is very 'Ambrose' heavy, the only other is Mary Wallace, the poor secretary/note taker/ welcomer etc. Do we have a disgruntled underling? A 'feminist 'of sorts? (Maybe just a pissed offed person who is always relegated to 'secretary'...)

 
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I wonder if the cellphone hold any crucial evidence such as text or outgoing or receiving calls or were any messages that could tie a suspect to the murder been deleted

 
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17 paper napkins seem out of place with no evidence of food being served or waste in trash can. What would they be used for?

 
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What would the president of homeowners association need a calculator for?

 
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Yes I agree that the seventeen paper napkins are out of place. Why so many?

 
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