On the afternoon of Tuesday, May 2, 2017, Detectives Armstrong and Murphy interviewed teenagers who are regulars at Square Pizza on weekday afternoons. Most of the teens are members of a board game club they call Boardumb's Army.

In an interview with the Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department dated Monday, May 1, 2017, Greg Reis said he was at Square Pizza on Tuesday, April 18, 2017, and overheard some teenagers plotting to kill Frederick Miller.

With the help of Square Pizza employees, the detectives were able to identify and subsequently interview the teens to determine whether Mr. Reis' claim had any merit.

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

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Scarlet, I think you nailed it on Reis. He truly must have known that it was this group that shot Fredrick but he saw an opportunity to have them be the focus of police attention (I'd say "hassled by the police" is what he wanted.) If the whole...

Scarlet, I think you nailed it on Reis. He truly must have known that it was this group that shot Fredrick but he saw an opportunity to have them be the focus of police attention (I'd say "hassled by the police" is what he wanted.) If the whole thing lucked out he might even get a reward. I think you called that one!

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correction ; must have known it was NOT this group...

 
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Thank you, lgillette!

 
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"...but she'd just zen out with a little white angelica essential oil and a quick meditation and leave the rest to karma...:"

Great stuff! I do love the eye for detail, Crime Scene! Kudos to the writer(s)!..

 
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The first names are perfect, too! No Jimmys, Marcs or Lizzies here!

 
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Amen to that! The best!

 
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