An intoxicated man was arrested at a local bar in possession of a severed human hand.
The alleged human hand was photographed and logged as evidence.
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The Crime Beat reports: Farmer arrested in possession of alleged severed human hand.
A longtime Yoknapatawphan, Johnny is known as a likable guy when he isn't drinking.
After Johnny sobered up overnight in jail, the detectives talked to him at the YCSD.
Johnny Reagle showed the detectives the location on his farm where he dug up the hand.
The Crime Beat reports: The body's possible connection to the severed hand is undetermined.
Investigators created a map of the location where a body was found on Johnny Reagle's farm.
Investigators identified a potentially relevant missing person report filed on July 7th.
A fellow YCSD officer contacted the detectives with potential information regarding missing person Andrew Fine.
The Crime Beat reports: The YCSD is seeking the public's help in locating a missing person.
The coroner's office sent the detectives a preliminary report on the hand. Additional analyses are ongoing.
When he left the Navy, Andy came home to Oxford, married, and worked as a mechanic.
The detectives learned that Andrew Fine had been interviewed in connection with another YCSD investigation.
Cindy grew up in Oxford and married Andy Fine, a boy she'd known since childhood
The detectives spoke to Andy Fine's wife to get more information about his life and disappearance.
The detectives obtained a warrant to search a house on Reagle Farm Road.
Investigators mapped the locations where evidence was found in the Reagle Farm Road farmhouse.
The Crime Beat reports: Authorities ID the body found on Reagle Farm Road.
The local news reports live from the crime scene.
Lisa grew up in Baton Rouge and moved to Oxford with a boyfriend
Detectives Armstrong and Murphy spoke to Johnny Reagle's ex-girlfriend about Johnny and about Andy Fine.
The detectives spoke to the resident manager at Oxford Ridge Apartments, where the Fines live.
The detectives spoke to the maintenance man at Oxford Ridge apartments where the Fines live.
The detectives spoke to the Fines' downstairs neighbor at the Oxford Ridge apartments.
The detectives obtained a warrant to search the apartment of Andrew and Cynthia Fine.
Chas has spent a lifetime living by his own rules.
Detectives Armstrong and Murphy spoke to Andy Fine's employer at Laughlin Automotive & Body Shop.
Detectives Armstrong and Murphy spoke to Doug, one of Andy Fine's co-workers.
Detectives Armstrong and Murphy talked to Buck, another of Andy Fine's co-workers.
All Andy's life, his older brother tried to spare others from the effects of Andy's temper.
The detectives talked to Andy's half-brother to learn more about Andy and his relationships.
Investigators mapped locations in Yoknapatawpha County relevant to the Andrew Fine investigation.
Investigators talked to people at the Oxford Chalet apartments, across the street from the Fines' residence.
Investigators spoke to Duffy's Bar & Grill customers about Andy Fine and John Reagle.
Investigators spoke to Duffy's Bar & Grill employees about Andy Fine and John Reagle.
Dudley knew both Andy and Cindy in high school, one better than the other.
The detectives asked Dudley about his encounters with the Fines at Duffy's on July 3rd.
The detectives obtained warrants to collect biological samples from multiple persons of interest.
Eddie's past is littered with petty crimes, but he has no convictions for anything serious.
The detectives spoke to Eddie about his interaction with the Fines at Duffy's on July 3rd.
Preliminary report on the autopsy of Andrew Fine. Additional analyses are ongoing.
The detectives talked to the victim's wife again to clarify information they'd heard from other witnesses.
Detectives Armstrong and Murphy spoke to Andy's employer again to try to clear up some discrepancies.
The detectives obtained a warrant to search Eddie Dooley's residence and vehicle.
YCSD investigators ran a routine criminal background check on Eddie Dooley.
A suspect has been arrested on charges related to the Andrew Fine homicide investigation.
The detectives asked Eddie again about what happened at Duffy's the night of July 3rd.
The lab provided preliminary findings on evidence in the Fine homicide investigation. Additional analyses are ongoing.
In memory of Oxford's cultural ambassador and friend of the site, Ron Shapiro, we present his final appearance in a Crime Scene case.
RIP, Ronzo1944 – 2019
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