Jeff Harte alibi check
Investigators spoke to business owners and employees near the Harte Agency and neighbors of the Hartes' residence to try to corroborate Jeff Harte's alibi for the time Annette Wyatt was killed.
These interviews are representative of all interviews conducted.
Tom Banks, owner of Sweet Treats, a specialty candy and chocolate shop located next to the Harte Agency in the strip mall.
• Detective E. Parker
• Tom Banks
Detective Parker: Where were you on Saturday, September 15?
Tom Banks: I was working at the store, at Sweet Treats.
Detective Parker: During what hours?
Tom Banks: From 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. I never left.
Detective Parker: And during this time, did you see any activity at the Harte Agency?
Tom Banks: I did. They're open on Saturdays too.
Detective Parker: Did you happen to see Jeff Harte?
Tom Banks: I didn't see him, but I did see his car in the parking lot. I'm not always looking out the window, so it's quite possible I just missed him walking to and from his car.
Detective Parker: I understand. Did you also happen to see Annette Wyatt?
Tom Banks: No, can't say that I did.
Detective Parker: Is there anything else you can remember about that day? Anything at all?
Tom Banks: It was just a normal day. Sorry I can't be of more help to you.
Detective Parker: That's fine, thank you.