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INCIDENT / ARREST REPORT

Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department
711 Jackson Avenue E
Oxford, MS 38655

 _X_ INCIDENT
   ___ Juvenile
   ___ Senior Citizen
   ___ Gang

 ___ ARREST
   ___ Child Abuse
   ___ Domestic
   ___ Involved Alcohol
 CASE NUMBER:
  005282-30J-2019
Date Reported:
  10-30-2019
 Time Reported:
  8:08 PM
 OFFENSE:
  TBD
 STATUTE:
  
  ___ Committed
  ___ Attempted
 OFFENSE:
  
 STATUTE:
  
  ___ Committed
  ___ Attempted
 OFFENSE:
 STATUTE:
  ___ Committed
  ___ Attempted
 Location of Offense(Exact address, include Room/ Apt. No.)
  797 Muirfield Drive, Oxford, MS
 Date of Offense:
  10-30-2019
 Time of Offense:
  TBD
 Location of Arrest (Exact address, include Room/Apt. No.)
  N/A
 Date of Arrest:
  N/A
 Time of Arrest:
  N/A
 Reporting Officer:
  Det. Sam Murphy
 Unit Number:
  633
 Assisting Officer:
 Det. Ted Armstrong
 Unit Number:
  615

 REPORTING OFFICER  Sam Murphy  DATE REPORTED  10-31-2019
 REPORTING OFFICER  //Sam Murphy
 Signature
 633
 Unit Number
 10-31-2019
 Date
 ASSISTING OFFICER  //Ted Armstrong
 Signature
 615
 Unit Number
 10-31-2019
 Date

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Aye bae

  scott.snavely@usd470.com
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Definitely foul play to collect insurance

  tashana
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Very good report. Lots of detail. My only concern currently is the background of the husband, since he is the only witness he should be looked into.

  Mr.Q
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Russell Moran called dispatch at 8:08 pm. The first officer to arrive was Winston arrived at the scene at 8:14 p.m.
Inspector Luwinda Johnson arrived at the scene at approximately 9:11 p.m and noted that the body was still warm to the touch and...

Russell Moran called dispatch at 8:08 pm. The first officer to arrive was Winston arrived at the scene at 8:14 p.m.
Inspector Luwinda Johnson arrived at the scene at approximately 9:11 p.m and noted that the body was still warm to the touch and that rigor mortis and livor mortis were not yet evident. While she withheld an official estimate pending an autopsy, Inspector Johnson speculated the victim had been dead approximately 1 to 2 hours.
The husband found the body and called 911 dispatches at 8:08 pm.
That would make it between the hours of 7:11 pm to 8:00 pm when she was attacked and killed.

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  Mr.MonkJr.
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I think that the grieving spouse is not a suspect but rather he's an grieving husband

  Dr Isaiah O Reid
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After first reading... what looks like to me... we have a case of suicide that is staged to look like homicide for purpose of insurance fraud...

  Tin Big T Cvitkovic
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Any updates on the deceased, I surely agree that the husband should be seen as the prime suspect of his wife's murder.

  Dr Isaiah O Reid
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If she was strangled to her death why are there only faint marks on her neck?

  Imogen
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Imogen, she was not strangled to death. Her immediate cause of death was opioid overdose. Examiners report stated the ligature marks are perimortem, meaning at or near time of death. This leads me to believe that she may have been strangled, and...

Imogen, she was not strangled to death. Her immediate cause of death was opioid overdose. Examiners report stated the ligature marks are perimortem, meaning at or near time of death. This leads me to believe that she may have been strangled, and due to opioid overdose she passed out but didn’t die. The killer actually thought Kelly was dead, and took what they were actually after, but staged the scene to look like an inexperienced burglar had broke in. Also, I believe the sweater that was at the BACK of the closet, is of peculiar significance. I think it may have sentimental value to the intruder of some sort. Why not just grab the easiest sweater to get to? Why would a burglar/killer go to the trouble of digging in the back of the closet to take that specific sweater? One point I’d like to suggest is that whoever it is... they are close enough to Kelly or Russell to know just exactly where that sweater was at in the back of their closet.

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  Felicia
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this is my case

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