[Fatal Hang-Up] Do you know whodunit?


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Fatal Hang-Up

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  www.crimescene.com | November 2020  

Hello, Officer Visitor

Sometimes, it doesn't take much to put pressure on a killer with a guilty conscience.

Detectives Murphy and Parker had just started the conversation when it became clear that the interviewee had something they needed to get off their chest.

Did you correctly identify Courtney's killer and the motive?

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Tip: Want to find out what's happened so far in the Fatal Hang-Up investigation? Check out the Case Recap.

Coming up … After all your hard work on this investigation, enjoy an extra-long weekend. Your next investigation begins Monday, November 9, 2020.

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Suspect interview

The detectives were speaking with a potential suspect when the interview took a turn.

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Suspect in custody

The Crime Beat reports: Suspect arrested in the Courtney Morris homicide investigation.

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Phyllis Roy interview #2

The detectives asked Phyllis for more information about the person she heard yelling.

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Craig Albright interview #2

The detectives talked to Craig again to follow up on some unanswered questions.

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Mee-Yon Kim interview #2

The detectives asked Mee-Yon Kim about some information they've uncovered since their last conversation.

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Dylan Roy interview

The detectives spoke to Phyllis's grandson to learn more about his relationship with Courtney.

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Canvass – Sewcial Compassion attendees

Did anyone see or hear anything unusual at the church that night?

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Jeremy Willis interview

The detectives asked the third witness at the scene what he saw.

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Angie Jennings interview

Detective Murphy talked to the other woman at the scene.

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Cheryl Harris interview

Detective Armstrong spoke to the 911 caller.

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Crime scene illustration

Investigators put together an informal drawing of the crime scene.

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Incident report

Emergency Services received a 911 call reporting an unresponsive male at a local church.

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