Victor was a literary agent who represented authors of tell-alls or unauthorized biographies.
YCSD Emergency Services received a 911 call reporting a body at Victor Jennings' residence.
Lee hoped her job as Victor's assistant would help her break into the Hollywood scene.
Back at the station, the detectives spoke to the woman who found the body.
As Victor's younger brother, Ray grew up in his shadow and under his thumb.
The detectives met with Victor's brother to learn more about him.
Carl was Victor's longtime friend and business associate.
The detectives asked Victor's right-hand man to come in to talk about his boss.
Land developer William Bolton lived next door to Victor Jennings.
The detectives talked to Victor's next door neighbor to find out more about him.
The Crime Beat reports: Controversial book broker dead
CSU submitted a preliminary inventory of evidence collected in the Victor Jennings death investigation.
The detectives spoke to Brad, who was one of the few people close to Victor.
Victor's father is a lifelong Oxonian with a colorful if sometimes shady history.
Margaret married her college sweetheart, and they divided responsibility for raising their two boys.
The detectives talked to Victor's mother to find out more about him and his relationships.
Thomas is an Oxford native, a Harvard graduate, and a prominent local attorney.
The detectives asked Victor's attorney about the civil and criminal legal matters Victor was facing.
The Oxford Weekly Planet reports on a Hollywood power couple recently arrived in town.
Investigators obtained Victor Jennings' phone call activity for the days leading up to his death.
The detectives met with Michael to find out more about his relationship with Victor.
Born and raised in NYC, Michael moved to Hollywood, where he became a star.
Samantha grew up a stone's throw from Hollywood and always dreamed of becoming a star.
The detectives asked Samantha about her relationship with Victor in light of the alleged blackmail.
Terri and her roommate have both been pursuing modeling careers since high school.
The detectives asked Terri about her association with Victor.
After a difficult childhood, Zina became an eccentric neighborhood "cat lady" as an adult.
The detectives talked to Victor's neighbor across the street to learn more about his activities.
The detectives asked Lee more about Victor and the day she found his body.
Victor's neighbor Zina Jacinto provided a list of cars she saw the day he was killed.
The detectives talked to Terri's roommate, Kristin, about her interactions with Victor.
Kristin dreams of being famous and has devoted herself to establishing a successful modeling career.
The detectives wanted to get Ray's thoughts on some new information about his brother's death.
The detectives wanted Carl's response to new information since their last talk.
The detectives talked to Kyle about his reaction to what Victor allegedly did to Kristin.
Kyle is the opposite of his polished, younger sister, but the two are very close.
Preliminary report on the autopsy of Victor Jennings. Additional analyses are ongoing.
The Crime Beat comments: "New" info in the Victor Jennings investigation
The detectives asked Victor's neighbor if he'd remembered anything more about Victor's activities.
The detectives talked to Mr. Eldon again to check on the status of Victor's estate.
YCSD investigators located vehicle registration information for persons of interest in the Victor Jennings case.
The detectives asked Zina for more information about the cars that visited Victor's house.
Gayle grew up poor, longing for the nice things the other kids had.
The detectives asked Gayle about her relationship with her brother-in-law, Victor.
John is a shrimper from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, who visits Oxford regularly for deliveries.
Following up on a tip from Victor's attorney, the detectives located John for an interview.
Barbara and Victor dated when they were in college.
The detectives wanted to know why Babara's vehicle was at Victor's house the day he died.
Troy grew up in Illinois and moved to Oxford with her mother to attend Ole Miss.
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