YCSD Emergency Services received a 911 call reporting an unpleasant odor at a Combs Street residence.
Charlie grew up in Alabama before moving to Yoknapatawpha County to join the sheriff's department.
Internal Affairs reviewed Detective Tatum's file in the wake of his death.
The Crime Beat reports: Respected officer found dead in peculiar circumstances.
Edith grew up in Montana and during college moved to Oxford, where she met her future husband.
The detectives asked Edith about her tenant, Charles Tatum, and her 911 call.
Sheriff Sheldon sent an important notice to YCSD personnel via their watch commanders.
The assigned officers submitted their report on activities at the specified location.
After a failed marriage, Marion returned to the town where she'd gone to college.
The detectives asked Marion about her relationship with Charles Tatum.
Internal Affairs notified Homicide of critical items not found at the scene.
CSU provided this preliminary inventory of evidence collected at the newly classified scene.
The Coroner's Office provided a preliminary summary of the Tatum autopsy findings. Additional analyses are ongoing.
Detectives Armstrong and Murphy spoke to Detective Tatum's supervisor about his current investigations.
The detectives also met with Charles Tatum's senior supervisor.
Some say Hank's difficult childhood made him the man he is today.
The detectives asked Hank about Detective Tatum's interactions with his business.
Detectives Armstrong and Murphy talked to Detective Huckabee about cases he worked with Detective Tatum.
Investigators listened to the voicemail messages on Detective Tatum's cell phone.
Ricardo has been engaged in one criminal activity or another most of his life.
The detectives spoke to an ex-con who Detective Tatum helped convict.
Joe left home at an early age and quickly ran into trouble.
The detectives brought in another ex-con who had a history with Detective Tatum.
Larry made some mistakes before finally finding his path in life.
Larry was up to no good when he was arrested, but he claims prison changed his life.
Lionel embraced anti-social behavior from an early age, which hasn't always served him well.
The detectives tried to talk to another ex-con with ties to Detective Tatum.
The Crime Lab sent over a summary report of their preliminary findings.
The Crime Beat reports: Community comes together to mourn Detective Tatum
The detectives talked to a Mugshots bartender about Detective Tatum's patronage there.
The detectives spoke to patrons who were at Mugshots the night of May 16th.
Investigators reviewed Detective Tatum's recent credit card purchases.
Investigators reviewed Detective Tatum's call logs for the days surrounding his death.
A sketch artist created a composite of the woman seen at Mugshots based on witness descriptions.
Investigators obtained security video from a local convenience store for a date of interest.
The detectives talked to the sales clerk associated with a recent credit card purchase.
Investigators mapped Yoknapatawpha County locations relevant to the Charles Tatum investigation.
Jolene lived in small towns across northern Mississippi before coming to Oxford.
The detectives sat down with one of the waitresses from the Rebel Yell.
Internal Affairs advised Homicide of some developments in the investigation.
YCSD investigators searched the Wright residence for evidence in the Charles Tatum death investigation.
The detectives went to The Rebel Yell to talk to employees and patrons.
The Crime Beat reports: Woman's arrest related to slain detective
The detectives visited Jolene in her new digs to see if she had anything more to say.
The Crime Lab updated their preliminary findings on evidence collected at the crime scene.
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