[Perfect Aim] A high school grudge turned deadly?

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Perfect Aim

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  www.crimescene.com | November 2020  

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Did someone at the high school have a deadly grudge against teacher Frederick Miller?

Maybe someone who worked closely with him? Or someone whose hard work was rarely noticed, much less appreciated?

Examine the evidence, and share your thoughts in the comments.

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Eddie House interview

Detective Murphy spoke to a custodian at the high school.

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Travis Lancaster interview

The detectives talked with the archery coach at the high school.

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Alibi check – Lizzie Miller

YCSD investigators spoke to witnesses to see if they could corroborate Lizzie Miller's alibi.

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Alibi check – Caroline Miller

YCSD investigators spoke to witnesses to see if they could corroborate Caroline Miller's alibi.

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Canvass – victim's co-workers

Investigators spoke to Frederick Miller's co-workers at Yoknapatawpha High School.

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Canvass – church choir members

Investigators spoke to members of the Faith and Glory Community Church choir.

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Forensic analysis – scene evidence

The Crime Lab analyzed evidence from the crime scene. Additional analyses are ongoing.

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Status report

This report summarizing investigative activities on October 29-Nov 1, 2020, was added to the case file.

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Stephanie Bragg interview

The detectives wanted to follow up on information Mrs. Bragg had shared with other witnesses.

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Stephanie Bragg bio

Stephanie learned early to rely on herself and leverage her strengths to protect her interests.

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Jimmy Bragg interview

Detective Armstrong caught up with Jimmy and asked him about his relationship with Frederick Miller.

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Jimmy Bragg bio

Jimmy is a Yoknapatawpha High student and a member of the archery team.

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