MISSISSIPPI CRIME LABORATORY

DATE ANALYSIS PERFORMED: 1/20/2020

Andrew Needham, FTEE
Jackson Laboratory
Jackson, MS 39205
601-987-XXXX (FAX 601-987-XXXX)

Analysis: Latent Print Examination

          ** RUSH **

Case #: 000183-09A-2020

Case Description: Jerry Shaw homicide investigation

Investigative Agency: Yoknapatawpha County Sheriff's Department

Investigating Officer(s): Det. S. Murphy, Det. T. Armstrong

 

Summary of Updated Fingerprint Comparison

Evidence # and Description

Findings

000183-01: One (1) 8-ounce paper cup, white with flower decoration Two (2) partial latent fingerprints recovered from the exterior of the cup identified as consistent with Bernice Darling
000183-02: One (1) Shipley Do-Nuts receipt Two (2) partial latent fingerprints identified as consistent with Jerry Shaw; one (1) partial latent fingerprint unidentified
000183-05: One (1) cell phone Three (3) full and partial latent fingerprints identified as consistent with Jerry Shaw
000183-06: One (1) partial latent fingerprint recovered from the east side of the dumpster Identified as consistent with Ed Harbison
000183-07: One (1) full latent fingerprint recovered from the east side of the dumpster Identified as consistent with Ed Harbison
000183-08: One (1) full latent fingerprint recovered from the east side of the dumpster Identified as consistent with Joseph Wilson
000183-09: One (1) partial latent fingerprint recovered from the east side of the dumpster Identified as consistent with Joseph Wilson
000183-10: One (1) partial latent fingerprint recovered from the east side of the dumpster Identified as consistent with Jack Thomson
000183-11: One (1) partial latent fingerprint recovered from the east side of the dumpster Identified as consistent with Jerry Shaw

 

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Joe Wilson and Jack Thompson's fingerprints I understand (they are both employees), but why are Ed's fingerprints on the dumpster?

  Tralpat
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Oh, Ed, Ed, Ed.....
But Bernice threw out a cup. We know people hung out there in the back. I don't think that's very promising. We know from answers elsewhere that there was nothing unusual in the dumpster.
Let's not forget though, Where is his...

Oh, Ed, Ed, Ed.....
But Bernice threw out a cup. We know people hung out there in the back. I don't think that's very promising. We know from answers elsewhere that there was nothing unusual in the dumpster.
Let's not forget though, Where is his wallet?:p

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  lgillette
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So I just checked the Body Scene Evidence Analysis and it looks like someone tried to remove the traces of one fingerprint away with bleach. And the fingerprint belongs to Ed Harbinson. Looking really suspicious now.

  Atty. Law
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