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 there's the printer. Again, I don't think it confirms Billy as the murderer. I want to know how common this type of printer is. If this model is found all over the place, it doesn't really prove anything. Is there any test that can be...

And there's the printer. Again, I don't think it confirms Billy as the murderer. I want to know how common this type of printer is. If this model is found all over the place, it doesn't really prove anything. Is there any test that can be done to prove this printer printed Veronica's "suicide note"? I seem to recall there is a test or something, but I can't remember what or where I heard it. Does anyone know?

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Something to do with "type face", like a type writer? Ink? You're right, should be able to determine. Unlabeled pills are interesting, but again, why leave evidence for no apparent reason? It might be ketamine - why so much and why keep it? Easy...

Something to do with "type face", like a type writer? Ink? You're right, should be able to determine. Unlabeled pills are interesting, but again, why leave evidence for no apparent reason? It might be ketamine - why so much and why keep it? Easy to flush... I think the printer is the better lead to follow up on.

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I'd say the printer is the better lead as well, especially since we now have three people with hydrocodone laying around, Billy, Michael, and the scene of the crime. Not including Kenneth here, because although I think he probably has it, we...

I'd say the printer is the better lead as well, especially since we now have three people with hydrocodone laying around, Billy, Michael, and the scene of the crime. Not including Kenneth here, because although I think he probably has it, we haven't actually seen proof he does. If the type face or whatever test it ends up being, it would narrow down the list of suspects much more at this point.

Also, ketamine only comes in liquid form, so the pills can't be that. Hydrocodone and all its brand names tend to be white and oblong, like what's been found at the scene and in Billy's shop, so my hunch would be it's that. However, plenty of pills can also be white and oblong, which is why why need a lab test to confirm what these pills are.

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It seems ketamine is available in pill form.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/10630103/

 
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Well, color me impressed. I didn't know that. I've only know ketamine to be a liquid. I love being proven wrong, because it means I've learned something! Still need a lab test to determine what drug it actually is in this case, but this...

Well, color me impressed. I didn't know that. I've only know ketamine to be a liquid. I love being proven wrong, because it means I've learned something! Still need a lab test to determine what drug it actually is in this case, but this definitely opens up the possibility of it being ketamine. If it is, that would bring whole new possibilities into Veronica's murder.

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Well, I didn't link this to prove anyone wrong. My intentions are to provide general knowledge so that we all have all the facts. Facts and evidence will solve this case.
I'm a noon here seeing as this is my first case. But, I noticed a person...

Well, I didn't link this to prove anyone wrong. My intentions are to provide general knowledge so that we all have all the facts. Facts and evidence will solve this case.
I'm a noon here seeing as this is my first case. But, I noticed a person of interest that no one seems to be interested in except myself. In Danielles obituary, it mentions her brother, William. I'd like to know more about him.

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