On January 27, 2001, a 911 caller reported the discovery of a body inside an Elm Street residence.
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CSU submitted this preliminary inventory of items taken into evidence in the Missy Hammond homicide investigation.
Investigators prepared a map of Missy Hammond's neighborhood
On January 18, 2001, a 911 caller reported a break-in at at residence at 311 Elm Street.
YCSD investigators obtained Missy Hammond's phone records for the days prior to her death.
Preliminary report from the Yoknapatawpha County Coroner's Office on the autopsy of Melissa Hammond. Additional analyses are ongoing.
In happier times, the victim's daughter drew a picture of her family.
Weeks before she died, Missy gave Kevin a letter to open if something happened to her.
Investigators prepared a diagram of the relative locations of the Hammond and Travers residences.
Thomas Hammond gave investigators permission to collect evidence from the Farrell Motors service center.
An insurance investigator contacted the detectives regarding the Missy Hammond homicide investigation.
Investigators compiled a list of vehicles registered to persons of interest in the investigation.
Investigators attempted to verify Maureen Kirby's whereabouts on the afternoon of January 26th.
Investigators prepared a map showing locations relevant to the Missy Hammond homicide investigation.
The Crime Lab provided preliminary findings on their analysis of evidence collected in the Hammond investigation. Additional analyses are ongoing.
Private investigator Pam Thompson provided a copy of her reports to the detectives.
YCSD investigators obtained a warrant to search Roger Hammond's residence and vehicle.
YCSD investigators obtained a warrant to search Steve and Maureen Kirby's residence and vehicles.
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