YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

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

Paul Bragg signed a Voluntary Consent to Search form on May 1, 2017. The consent granted YCSD investigators access to search the Bragg residence for evidence related to the death of Frederick Miller.

 

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Well if anything, there might be evidence with camera, computer and flash drives, disks that has school exam information.
Shoes might match the print at the crime scene. Doesn't say anything about fingerprints though. A good chance to get some...

Well if anything, there might be evidence with camera, computer and flash drives, disks that has school exam information.
Shoes might match the print at the crime scene. Doesn't say anything about fingerprints though. A good chance to get some from Stephanie. Can't wait to see how angry she will be.

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The flash drives - they were found in the kitchen and master bedroom. That makes me think of the parents. Marc hasn't been accused of cheating and the drives are rather casually placed. I'm very curious as to what is on them but, except the one...

The flash drives - they were found in the kitchen and master bedroom. That makes me think of the parents. Marc hasn't been accused of cheating and the drives are rather casually placed. I'm very curious as to what is on them but, except the one from the bedroom, I'll bet it's not much. We'll see...

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YIKES!!! Disregard my comments on this!
I had it stuck in my head that this was Marc's house! Not Jimmy!
(I'll have another cup of coffee and try again later! Lol!)

 
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LOL. It still makes sense though.

 
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So, who's been practising shooting at people, then?

Very interesting indeed, especially as the targets were found in the closet...

 
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I agree.

 
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