The Crime Beat reports: A suspect was arrested in connection with Blake's death.
The detectives brought in a witness for some more questions and the conversation took a turn.
The detectives asked Kane to tell the more about his relationships with Blake and Madison.
The detectives asked Marvin for more information on Blake's friendships.
The detectives had another colorful conversation with Stix about the night Blake died.
The detectives asked Madison to provide some additional information about Blake.
The detectives asked Kent to come in for some follow-up questions.
Detectives Armstrong and Murphy wanted to find out if Ron was hiding anything else.
The detectives asked Jamey about what his girlfriend told them.
The detectives asked Bree for more information about her interactions with Blake.
The detectives asked Kade to answer some more questions about the night Blake died.
The crime lab sent over preliminary findings on fingerprints lifted from the Jenson scene.
The detectives had a conversation with an unexpected visitor.
Growing up, Joy chafed at small-town life and left as soon as she could.
An article in the morning paper provided an update on Ginny's condition.
The detectives met with Blake's doctor to learn more about his condition.
The detectives talked to Agnes, who raised her grandson as her own son.
A second chance at love changed Agnes' life and gave her a family of her own.
The detectives spoke to the man who raised Blake to learn more about the late gamer.
Luther has worked hard all his life and welcomed his grandson into his household.
The detectives talked to a member of Blake's band who wasn't at the party.
After a tumultuous childhood, Kane thrived after settling into a stable home.
The man who lives next door to the Jensons wasn't a fan of Blake's.
George moved to Oxford for college and decided to make it his permanent home.
The detectives talked to the woman who lives next door to the Jensons.
A lifelong Oxonian, Anna has devoted herself to her family since selling her father's shop.
Jamey delivered pizza to Blake's party the night Blake died.
Jamey has always struggled for respect from peers with more money and natural charisma.
The detectives met with one of Blake's friends who wasn't at the party.
Marvin is more interested in studying than parties and video games.
The detectives spoke to the party attendee who left the scene before officers arrived.
Ron has been building his reputation as a tough character since childhood.
Investigators created a diagram of the scene at 1198 Mimosa Drive.
CSU provided this inventory of evidence collected at Blake Jenson's residence.
The Crime Beat reports: Gamer death is being treated as suspicious.
Blake stayed busy between his band, his studies, his girlfriend, and his video games.
The detectives talked to Blake's ex-girlfriend about what she was doing at his party.
Jennifer has been a social butterfly in Yoknapatawpha County all her life.
The detectives asked Kade to tell them what happened the night Blake died.
Kade has loved music and performing since she was a small child.
The detectives asked Gary what he saw and heard at Blake's party.
Gary moved to town for a fresh start after a failed marriage.
The detectives talked to the man who was at the party to challenge Blake.
Stix has always preferred video games and drumming over more social activities.
The detectives spoke with a friend of Blake's girlfriend who was at the party.
After a wild period in her high school years, Bree has gotten her life back on track.
The detectives talked to Blake's girlfriend about what happened at the party.
A longtime jokester, Madison started dating Blake after she played a prank on him.
The detectives talked to Blake's best friend, who called 911.
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