The detectives canvassed other businesses near the Harte Agency office to see if anyone had any information potentially relevant to the murder.
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Sofia Church found Annette Wyatt's body and called 911. The detectives interviewed her at the scene a few hours later.
The detectives canvassed Annette Wyatt's neighbors to see if anyone had any information potentially relevant to her murder.
Jeff Harte owns the Harte Agency and was Annette Wyatt's employer. Detectives spoke to him about Ms. Wyatt's relationships with him and others.
As the receptionist at the Harte Agency, Meg Lancaster had a good view of the activities of the business and its employees.
Kurt Grubman worked with Annette Wyatt at the Harte Agency and also calls owner Jeff Harte his best friend.
Elliott Owens had been working on a special project with Annette Wyatt in the weeks before her death.
The detectives spoke to Naomi Fields to learn more about Annette Wyatt's relationships with her co-workers and with the man she was dating.
Darren Barksdale describes himself as Annette Wyatt's boyfriend, although opinions differ on how serious their relationship was.
Given Annette Wyatt’s investigation, the detectives pressed Rita Pearce to detail her activities during the time the murder could’ve been committed.
The detectives spoke to Pearce Brokers employee Donna Sowa to try to find out what she knew about Annette Wyatt.
The detectives interviewed Pearce Brokers employee Nathan Mistillis to find out what information he had about Annette Wyatt.
As the office manager and receptionist at Pearce Brokers, Tara Copeland is in a position to see and hear a lot of things.
Joanna Grubman’s husband Kurt works at the Harte Agency and her best friend, Elena, is married to Jeff Harte.
Elena Harte’s husband, Jeff, owns the Harte Agency, where his former girlfriend Annette Wyatt worked and where she was murdered.
After closing her home purchase, Chris Frost continued to contact Annette Wyatt frequently, annoying Annette as well as her friends and co-workers.
Investigators canvassed around the Harte Agency and the Hartes' residence to try to corroborate Jeff Harte's alibi for the time Annette Wyatt was killed.
Investigators spoke to Meg Lancaster's boyfriend and neighbors to try to corroborate her alibi for the time Annette Wyatt was killed.
Investigators spoke to Sofia Church's husband and neighbors to try to corroborate her alibi for the time Annette Wyatt was killed.
Investigators spoke to Elliott Owens' parents to try to corroborate his alibi for the time Annette Wyatt was killed.
Investigators spoke to Kurt and Joanna Grubman's neighbors to try to corroborate their alibis for the time Annette Wyatt was killed.
Investigators spoke to Rita Pearce's neighbors and people who attend her church to try to corroborate her alibi for the time Annette Wyatt was killed.
Investigators spoke to Nathan Mistillis's friends, clients and neighbors to try to corroborate his alibi for the time Annette Wyatt was killed.
Investigators spoke to people who saw Donna Sowa the night of September 15th to try to corroborate her alibi for the time Annette Wyatt was killed.
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