YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Investigating Officer(s): Det. T. Armstrong, Det. S. Murphy
Incident No.: 005282-30J-2019
Case Description: Kelly Moran death investigation

The following items have been taken into evidence from the scene of Kelly Moran's suspicious death at her residence, 797 Muirfield Drive.


 

Collected from the living room

  • 005282-01: One (1) feather recovered from the floor 6.2" north and 2.5" west of the victim's right foot
  • 005282-02: One (1) feather recovered from the floor 3.4" south and 9.7" west of the victim's right foot
  • 005282-03: One (1) cell phone, recovered from under the south seat cushion on the sofa where the victim was found
  • 005282-04 through 005282-08: Five (5) full and partial latent fingerprints recovered from the table lamp north of the sofa where the victim was found

 

Collected from the kitchen

  • 005282-09: One (1) prescription medication bottle containing twelve (12) tablets, prescribed to Kelly Moran
  • 005282-10: One (1) women's handbag, black leather
    Contents:
    • 005282-10-01: One (1) wallet containing:
      • 005282-10-01-001: One (1) Mississippi driver's license issued to Kelly Schrader Moran
      • 005282-10-01-002: One (1) American Express gold credit card issued to Kelly S Moran
      • 005282-10-01-003: One (1) Visa credit card issued to Kelly S Moran
      • 005282-10-01-004: One (1) MasterCard credit card issued to Kelly S Moran
      • 005282-10-01-005: One (1) health insurance card issued to Kelly S Moran
      • 005282-10-01-006: One (1) Gordon's Pharmacy customer loyalty card
    • 005282-10-02: One (1) cell phone
    • 005282-10-03: One (1) ball point pen, black
    • 005282-10-04: One (1) lipstick
    • 005282-10-05: One (1) powder compact
    • 005282-10-06: One (1) small pill box containing seven (7) tablets
  • 005282-11: One (1) candle safe containing two (2) $100 bills, twenty-seven (27) $20 bills, thirteen (13) $10 bills

 

Collected from the southwest bedroom

  • 005282-12: glass shards collected from in front of the exterior door in the south wall
  • 005282-13 through 005282-23: Eleven (11) full and partial latent fingerprints recovered from the inside of the exterior door in the south wall
  • 005282-24 through 005282-29: Six (6) full and partial latent fingerprints recovered from the outside of the exterior door in the south wall

 

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cool

  mari
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So it appears that Kelly had two mobile phones. One was found under a seat cushion of the sofa on which she was found. And the other was in her handbag.
There is a lot of fingerprints, but many of them would have to belong to Kelly and...

So it appears that Kelly had two mobile phones. One was found under a seat cushion of the sofa on which she was found. And the other was in her handbag.
There is a lot of fingerprints, but many of them would have to belong to Kelly and Russell and visitors. And hopefully some belonging to her killer.
The feathers are a strange edition to what was collected at the crime scene.

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  Di.
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With the two cell phones, the various bills, and the pill box containing white pills, this just strengthens my theory that Kelly was dealing her pain meds to drug users/addicts.

  AgentSaris
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o.h ... feathers ??

  Nick
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Who other than a dealer has 27 $20 bills and 13 $10 bills just lying around? She had three credit cards so what would she need with so much cash? A question would be if her husband knew about the safe disguised as a candle...

  Matt
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feathers from pillows ?

  Tin Big T Cvitkovic
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I think feathers came out of pillow, but there is no torn pillow seen in any investigation footage or in the pictures..?

  Raaj Chhatre
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And somebody took the candles from the table as reported by Russell. Apparently they were looking for the candle safe? Maybe they were actually candles safes too but he didn't know it? But any reasonable thief would have taken the jewels off...

And somebody took the candles from the table as reported by Russell. Apparently they were looking for the candle safe? Maybe they were actually candles safes too but he didn't know it? But any reasonable thief would have taken the jewels off the body too. Maybe a second person came along after she was killed and decided to help themselves to the jewelrey box and candle safe but were afraid to touch the body because they didn't kill her? And her iPad too.

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  Matt
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Perhaps they both could have been struggling for money since she has multiple credit cards and over $800 in cash inthe kitchen which is unusual for the average person to just leave in the house.

  Imogen
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So...2 cellphones. I thinking one is a burner phone to contact her drug dealer or it could be the suspects phone that was misplaced during the struggle. Interesting...

  Tammy Paige
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