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The detectives asked Erv more about the rehearsal and activities at the warehouse theater.
The detectives asked Anna about the relationship between Scott and Martin.
The detectives asked Denis more about the script and his relationship with Scott and Ginny.
The detectives asked Woody for more information about one of the props.
The detectives talked with the troupe's costumer to get her take on the personalities.
The detectives asked Martin for more details on his relationship with Scott.
The detectives asked Neal more about the interactions between the board and the actors.
The detectives asked Cherie more about her position on the board.
The detectives asked Anna more about the board's involvement in the production.
The detectives asked the Yoknapatawpha Players' producer about their financial situation.
The detectives asked Erv about the board's operations and finances.
The detectives asked Denis some follow-up questions about the script and the rehearsal.
The detectives talked to the assistant stage manager about backstage activities during the show.
Investigators spoke with cast and crew members about a potentially suspicious stain found backstage.
Potential bloodstains from the scene were tested for the presence of human blood.
CSU provided a preliminary inventory of items taken into evidence from the scene.
Russell Moran discovered his wife's body when he returned home from work.
Farmer John Reagle was arrested at a local bar after brandishing what he claimed was his ex-girlfriend's hand.
Monica Drum was found shot to death in her office around 3:00 a.m.
19-year-old Jasmine Ledbetter's body was found wrapped in plastic and left in the woods.
Pastor Martinson was found bludgeoned to death at his church on Easter Sunday.
Personal assistant Lee found her boss, literary agent Victor Jennings, dead in a pool of blood in his kitchen.
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