Emergency Services received a 911 call reporting a body at a local real estate office.
An Oxford native, Annette was found dead in the real estate office where she worked.
A wife and mother, Sofia has been a real estate agent since she graduated from college.
The detectives interviewed Sofia at the scene a few hours after she found the body.
The Crime Beat reports: Body discovered at the Harte Agency real estate office.
The detectives canvassed other businesses near the Harte Agency office for potential witnesses.
CSU provided a preliminary inventory of evidence collected at the crime scene.
Detectives Murphy and Parker searched Annette Wyatt's residence for evidence pertaining to her murder.
The detectives spoke to Annette's neighbors, seeking information potentially relevant to her murder.
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Detectives spoke to Annette's employer about her relationships with him and others.
After earning his MBA, Jeff resurrected his father's failed business, the Harte Agency.
Meg splits her time between her job, her hobby, her boyfriend, and her faith.
The detectives asked the Harte Agency's receptionist about the business's activities and its employees.
Kurt got his real estate license at Jeff's suggestion and now works for him.
The detective spoke with another of Annette's co-workers at the Harte Agency.
Elliott is a talented, if somewhat socially awkward, IT expert.
The detectives asked Elliott about the project he was working on with Annette.
Naomi has relied on her best friend Annette for support and advice since high school.
The detectives asked Naomi about Annette's relationships with her co-workers and the man she was dating.
Darren has finally found his niche in life with a job and a woman he loves.
The detectives talked to a man Annette had been seeing for a few years.
Rita is a self-made businesswoman known for her ability to recruit top-notch employees.
Given Annette’s investigation, the detectives pressed Rita about her activities the night of the murder.
Born and raised in Oxford, Donna started her real estate career right after high school.