Investigating Officer(s): Det. S. Murphy. Det. T. Armstrong
Incident No.: 003652-05K-2017
Case Description: Kimberly Pace death investigation

The following email messages were excerpted from the emails found in a password-protected file on Kimberly Pace's MacBook Air portable computer (Evidence # 003652-02-01) taken into evidence from her residence.

The selections below were deemed potentially relevant to the investigation into the death of Kimberly Pace and are typical of all sent and received emails on the computer.

Emails are organized by the date of the original message.

Sep 24, 2017


From: spearson@**********.edu
To: kpace@*******.edu
Date: 09/25/2017 01:31 PM
Subject: Re: Good to see you…

It was good to see you as well. I believe the book we discussed is called "The Gift of Fear" by Gavin de Becker. It's a really good exploration of stalking. I hope it helps although I hope even more that you don't need to use it. Keep me informed of what happens. I'll keep my fingers crossed and pray that there's nothing to worry about.


On Sun, Sep 24, 2017 at 1:50 PM, kpace@*******.edu wrote:

> at the Southern Writers, Southern Writing conference. It's been too long since we had
> a chance to talk. Hopefully, we can get together again soon. I meant to ask you before
> you left… what was the name of the book you recommended to me? The one about
> stalkers? I believe it had "Fear" in the title and the author's name was something like
> Becker or Beeker or something. When we were talking about my overzealous student,
> and you mentioned it, I didn't think it was necessary. However, after thinking about it for
> a while, I figure it can't hurt to do a little research. I don't think this guy is really
> dangerous, but I guess it's better to be safe than sorry.

> Thanks for the info and hope your semester gets off to a good start!

> --Kimberly



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who is mix-master, who ever this person is, is probably a suspect, and is there anyway to know if she actually wrote this email, huum.

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