From 1:30 p.m. to approximately 2:45 p.m. on Saturday, April 22, 2017, Deputy Willits and Deputy Watson interviewed employees at the Yoknapatawpha County Library.

In an April 21st interview with the Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department, Caroline Miller said she was attending a yoga class at the library when her husband was killed.

Library employees were interviewed to determine if a class was held at that time and whether or not Mrs. Miller was present.

The witness statements provided below are in summary and not verbatim and are representative of all interviews conducted.

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In Caroline's interview she said she went to the dry cleaners, yoga and then to Square Books. Only one alibi has been checked, ( or mentioned), which is yoga. Even if she was at yoga she would still have time to be at the crime scene when the...

In Caroline's interview she said she went to the dry cleaners, yoga and then to Square Books. Only one alibi has been checked, ( or mentioned), which is yoga. Even if she was at yoga she would still have time to be at the crime scene when the murder was committed, which was a bit after 8pm.

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It would be easy to sneak out of my Yoga class.

 
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