YOKNAPATAWPHA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Investigating Officer(s): Det. S. Murphy. Det. T. Armstrong
Incident No.: 000229-12A-2018
Case Description: Veronica Smith death investigation

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And this is why I included in my statements about the hydrocodone found in the closet "presuming they are Kenneth's." Because now we have confirmation of the same type of medication (Lortab being a brand name for hydrocodone and acetaminophen)...

And this is why I included in my statements about the hydrocodone found in the closet "presuming they are Kenneth's." Because now we have confirmation of the same type of medication (Lortab being a brand name for hydrocodone and acetaminophen) in Michael's possession and in both Billy's home and workplace...again, presuming the pills are hydrocodone. We need a lab test to confirm that. I need to check back in Michael's bio and interview, but I can't recall any indication as to why he would need hydrocodone...Must research more.

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My only quibble would be that if you have ever sprained an ankle or pulled a back muscle you would probable have hydrocone in your house, in one of the four forms listed...Not letting him off the hook but why in her closet? You wouldn't hide...

My only quibble would be that if you have ever sprained an ankle or pulled a back muscle you would probable have hydrocone in your house, in one of the four forms listed...Not letting him off the hook but why in her closet? You wouldn't hide clues to yourself.

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It also still bugs me that the hydrocodone found in Veronica's house was in an Altoids tin. I know I keep griping on this, but it just makes me think that whoever it belongs to was trying to keep it hidden, which is what makes me think the owner...

It also still bugs me that the hydrocodone found in Veronica's house was in an Altoids tin. I know I keep griping on this, but it just makes me think that whoever it belongs to was trying to keep it hidden, which is what makes me think the owner got it from off the streets or under the table or something. And Igillette is right, why would it be in the closet? It's got to belong to the killer, whoever it is.

It does make my wonder why the closet a bit more. Was there something in the closet the killer was hoping to find? Did the killer hear George and Haley come in and hid there? I really don't know.

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So I just double-checked the Inventory #2 - Smith Scene analysis, which includes the finding of a men's shoe print in the garage, beneath a window. The approximate size given there is size 10. Unfortunately, this is an approximate size, so...

So I just double-checked the Inventory #2 - Smith Scene analysis, which includes the finding of a men's shoe print in the garage, beneath a window. The approximate size given there is size 10. Unfortunately, this is an approximate size, so accuracy is in question. With Michael's shoe size as 10 and Billy's as 11.5, I still think either one of these could be a match. Hopefully one of the shoes will match the odd tread on the print found in Veronica's garage. If not, then it's back to square one on that lead.

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I agree

 
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