YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Investigating Officer(s): Det. T. Armstrong, Det. S. Murphy
Incident No.: 001292-20D-2017
Case Description: Frederick Miller death investigation

CSU provided a preliminary inventory of items taken into evidence from the Frederick Miller homicide scene. Examination of the scene is ongoing.



Click to enlarge
Pin found in treeline

Click to enlarge
Hat found in dumpster

Crime scene

  • 001292-01: One (1) men's wallet, black leather
    Contents:
    • 001292-01-01: One (1) Mississippi driver's license issued to Frederick V. Miller
    • 001292-01-02 through 001292-01-04: Three (3) credit cards issued to Frederick V. Miller
    • 001292-01-05: One (1) auto insurance card issued to Frederick Miller
    • 001292-01-06: $82 cash
    • 001292-01-07 through 001292-01-10: Four (4) receipts
  • 001292-02: One (1) Ford SUV, blue, registered to Frederick V. Miller

Treeline south of body location

  • 001292-03: One (1) pin with target and engraving "1-st"
  • 001292-04: One (1) piece of chewing gum, chewed
  • 001292-05: One (1) partial footprint

Dumpster in southwest corner of church property

  • 001292-06: One (1) knit hat, black and white
  • 001292-07: One (1) compound bow
  • 001292-08: One (1) work glove, left hand

People in this conversation

Comments (11)

This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site

Fairly obvious what needs further testing for fingerprints/DNA etc. I think the pin is the most likely candidate. What meet/club? Who got "1-st" place? But it might be the one place for prints because it probably wasn't meant to be left behind...

Fairly obvious what needs further testing for fingerprints/DNA etc. I think the pin is the most likely candidate. What meet/club? Who got "1-st" place? But it might be the one place for prints because it probably wasn't meant to be left behind and wiped down/used with a glove. Sports shops and archery clubs might have a lead on the bow and who bought it, as well as the arrow when available. Hair from the hat? A lot of stuff to go on from here!

Read More
 
This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site

Very true. It's definitely a good beginning.

 
This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site

Left hand glove to hold bow no finger prints. Right hand to draw back string, probably used a release-aid so no finger prints.
So left hand archer, or maybe they are good enough to shoot left and right.

 
This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site

I was hoping to hear from someone at the restaurant where Mr Willis was. I guess tomorrow?

 
This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site

Sorry I' meant right hand Archer.

 
This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site

The archery club and shop will probably recognize the pin also.

 
This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site

i'm thinking they need to do prints on the arrow. the killer probably has more then one arrow and could have touched it at anytime. never hurts to try and run it for finger prints?

 
This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site

I have a feeling that there will be no prints on the arrow. We should know soon.

 
This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site

did you get anything off the fibers on the pin.? and the blue residue on the top of the hat? what is it? and any hair fibers in the hat at all?

 
This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site

None of us know anything yet. I'm sure there will be a report on fingerprint analysis. That will tell us a lot. By the way, welcome to crimescene.

 
This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site

and the glove ive seen before turning the glove inside out and try to get prints of sweat DNA off the glove not leads at all with the hat or gloves?

 
There are no comments posted here yet
Tell your friends about Crime Scene
Go to top Cialis fiyatı Cialis fiyat Cialis porno wordpress Viagra fiyatları Viagra satın al Cialis Sims 3 und Sims 4 Downloads Viagra