Emergency Services received a 911 call reporting the discovery of a body in the woods.
After high school, Jasmine was working to make her own place in the world.
Mark has never been one to let the rules get in his way.
The detectives asked Mark to describe how he happened to find the body.
Brenda was raised to be a good wife and mother and devoted herself to it.
The detectives talked to the victim's mother after she'd identified her daughter's body.
The Crime Beat reports: Body found in a wooded area south of Oxford
CSU submitted this preliminary inventory of evidence collected from the Ledbetter crime scene.
Scott moved to Oxford to be near his son while he was growing up.
Jasmine was scheduled to interview for a job with Scott the evening before her body was found.
A native Oxonian, Christopher has always loved all varieties of the performing arts.
The detectives talked to Jasmine's boyfriend about their relationship.
Megan and Jasmine were lifelong best friends though they drifted apart briefly during high school.
The detectives asked Jasmine's best friend about Jasmine's relationships and anyone she was having trouble with.
The detectives spoke with Jasmine's father about her relationship with him and others.
Kevin struggled to maintain a close relationship with his only daughter.
Decades after graduation, Shannon finally married her high school crush.
The detectives talked to Jasmine's stepmother about the family's relationships.
YCSD investigators spoke to Jasmine's neighbors about what they witnessed the day she was last seen.
YCSD investigators spoke to Jasmine's co-workers to find out about her workplace relationships.
A native of Oxford, Ashley now attends the University of Mississippi.
The detectives spoke to Christopher Wooten's ex-girlfriend to learn about his behavior in that relationship.
The detectives followed up with one of Jasmine's co-workers on information that came up in the canvass.
The detectives spoke to Jasmine's boss to follow up on some new information.
Investigators spoke to friends of the man who found the body to try to corroborate his account.
Investigators obtained the call records for Jasmine's cell phone in the days before her death.
The detectives talked to Jasmine's potential employer again to get more details about his interactions her.
The detectives asked Kevin to come in again to talk about his relationship with Jasmine.
The detectives asked Jasmine's mother to clarify some details and new information.
The detectives spoke to Chris again to follow up on some new information.
This map shows Yoknapatawpha County locations relevant to the Jasmine Ledbetter homicide investigation.
The detectives talked to Mr. Rainey to find out if he could corroborate any part of Chris Wooten's alibi.
The detectives asked Ashley to address some questions that have arisen since their first conversation.
Kroger provided account information associated with the shopper's card found at the crime scene.
Preliminary report on the autopsy of Jasmine Ledbetter. Additional analyses are ongoing.
The Crime Lab provided their preliminary findings on analysis of evidence from the scene.
The detectives talked to Jasmine's best friend again to follow up on some new information.
The detectives talked to Jasmine's mother again to get more information and make a request.
Brenda Ledbetter gave the detectives consent to search her residence and vehicle.
The detectives obtained a warrant to search Ashley Beckwith's residence and vehicle.
Investigators summarized the alibis for persons of interest and whether those alibis could be corroborated.
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