YCSD investigators interviewed the friends Mark Eldridge said were hiking with him the day he found the victim's body.

The witnesses, whose statements are provided below in summary and not verbatim, were questioned about Mark Eldridge's whereabouts on that morning from the time they convened until the time when Mr. Eldridge found the body.


 

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Odd Harris leaving; most people would try to get to scene for a closer look

  Anna Daubon
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Is this the first time the 3 hunters had used this area for hunting or was it a place they would visit regular?

  andymez1977
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Very interesting, how Martin knows about the crime scene, except that he did not get to it when he met Eldridge. He knew that it was a female, that she had been positioned carefully, and that her body had been found in a clearing, all that from...

Very interesting, how Martin knows about the crime scene, except that he did not get to it when he met Eldridge. He knew that it was a female, that she had been positioned carefully, and that her body had been found in a clearing, all that from (Eldridge?)?

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  vhamill3
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Did Martin really slip and say that Mark wouldn't have time to position her body? Umm, clearly he didn't see the crime scene so how was he aware of such thing? Thinking maybe he was in on this thing too along with her mother.

  smile4all
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In Marks initial interview he didn't say anything about anyone else hunting with him that morning.

  Kristy Kelly
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These hunters could have helped Detectives in searching for footprints and other tracks.

  daroo196
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How often do people go to that certain area for hunting and are there any walking tracks nearby?

  daroo196
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I believe also that Hanson should be brought back in as a prime suspect,I agree that it's very odd that Hanson would not stick around and help the officers and Detectives answer any questions related to the crime

  Dr Isaiah O Reid
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