YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Investigating Officer(s): Det. S. Murphy. Det. T. Armstrong
Incident No.: 001388-14G-2011
Case Description: Investigation of suspicious finding in Shops and Stores

The Crime Lab provided summary preliminary findings of their forensic analysis of evidence collected from the hidden room discovered in the UM Physical Plant Shops and Stores building.


Serology

001388-03 through 001388-04: Two (2) samples of smear on door interior
Findings: The McPhails Reagent test, which indicates the presence of blood, was performed on the sample. A positive test is indicated by a blue/green color shift. The test turned blue/green indicating the presence of blood.
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001388-05 through 001388-06: Two (2) samples of stain on floor, 34 inches from door
Findings: The McPhails Reagent test, which indicates the presence of blood, was performed on the sample. A positive test is indicated by a blue/green color shift. The test turned blue/green indicating the presence of blood.
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001388-07 through 001388-08: Two (2) samples of stain on floor in northeast corner
Findings: A Urea test, indicating the presence of urine, was performed on the sample. The test turned blue, indicating the presumptive presence of urine.
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001388-09 through 001388-10: Two (2) samples of stain on floor in southeast corner
Findings: Multiple analyses found the substance was consistent with vomit.
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001388-11 through 001388-12: Two (2) samples of dried leaves and seeds
Findings: The Duquenois-Levine test, screening test for marijuana, was performed on the sample. A positive result is indicated buy the rapid color shift to blue. The test turned blue indicating the presumptive presences of marijuana or hashish.
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