MISSISSIPPI CRIME LABORATORY

DATE ANALYSIS PERFORMED: 1/11/2020

Andrew Needham, FTEE
Jackson Laboratory
Jackson, MS 39205
601-987-XXXX (FAX 601-987-XXXX)

Analysis: Serology; Latent Print Examination; Trace Evidence Analysis

Case #: 000183-09A-2020

Case Description: Jerry Shaw death investigation

Investigative Agency: Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department

Investigating Officer(s): Det. S. Murphy, Det. T. Armstrong

 

Summary of Preliminary Evidence Analysis

Evidence # and Description

Findings



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000183-01: One (1) 8-ounce paper cup, white with flower decoration Two (2) partial latent fingerprints recovered from the exterior of the cup unidentified.

Residue recovered inside cup spectroscopically identified as vodka.

Negative for human blood.
000183-02: One (1) Shipley Do-Nuts receipt Two (2) partial latent fingerprints identified as consistent with Jerry Shaw; one (1) partial latent fingerprint unidentified.

Negative for human blood.
000183-03: One (1) sample of organic material recovered southeast of the victim's left foot Substance consistent with bread with traces of a tomato-based substance consistent with ketchup
000183-04: One (1) sample of organic material recovered southeast of the victim's left foot Substance consistent with ground beef with traces of substances consistent with bread and pickles
000183-05: One (1) cell phone Three (3) full and partial latent fingerprints identified as consistent with Jerry Shaw.

Negative for human blood.
000183-06: One (1) partial latent fingerprint recovered from the east side of the dumpster Unidentified
000183-07: One (1) full latent fingerprint recovered from the east side of the dumpster Unidentified
000183-08: One (1) full latent fingerprint recovered from the east side of the dumpster Identified as consistent with Joseph Wilson
000183-09: One (1) partial latent fingerprint recovered from the east side of the dumpster Identified as consistent with Joseph Wilson
000183-10: One (1) partial latent fingerprint recovered from the east side of the dumpster Unidentified
000183-11: One (1) partial latent fingerprint recovered from the east side of the dumpster Identified as consistent with Jerry Shaw

 

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So there's a bloody fingerprint on the dumpster's east side that seems to have been cleaned with bleach. Makes foul play more likely than an accident. And was Shaw drinking on the job?

  Atty. Law
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We know that Joseph Wilson is the head cook at the home, so his prints on the trash container could be from throwing the trash in it. There's still a chance that he could've murdered Jerry. We can point out a couple that seem to be the most...

We know that Joseph Wilson is the head cook at the home, so his prints on the trash container could be from throwing the trash in it. There's still a chance that he could've murdered Jerry. We can point out a couple that seem to be the most obvious, but sometimes it doesn't work out that way.

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  Scarlett
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About your comment Scarlett:- We can point out a couple that seem to be the most obvious, but sometimes it doesn't work out that way.
How very true those words are.??
How many times have we seen it like that:- that the persons with the biggest...

About your comment Scarlett:- We can point out a couple that seem to be the most obvious, but sometimes it doesn't work out that way.
How very true those words are.??
How many times have we seen it like that:- that the persons with the biggest motives were not the killer.

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  Di.
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Was Jerry drinking vodka behind the dumpster, slipped on some food waste and fell and banged his head. Although not sure yet about the neck injury. Any thoughts?

  Stephen McKeown
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:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D

  scott.snavely@usd470.com
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