Nathan Mistillis alibi check
Investigators spoke to Nathan Mistillis's friends, clients and neighbors to try to corroborate his alibi for the time Annette Wyatt was killed.
These interviews are representative of all interviews conducted.
Tracy Lu is Nathan Mistillis's girlfriend.
• Detective S. Murphy
• Detective E. Parker
• Tracy Lu
Detective Parker: Good morning. Are you Ms. Tracy Lu, the owner of this store?
Tracy Lu: Yes, how may I help you?
Detective Parker: I was wondering if you could help us answer a few questions.
Tracy Lu: Of course, Detective.
Detective Murphy: Could you start by stating your full name and address for the record?
Tracy Lu: Tracy Lu, 511 Meadow Lane, Oxford, Mississippi.
Detective Murphy: And what is your relationship with Nathan Mistillis?
Tracy Lu: We’ve been dating for almost five years now, and living together for four years. If this is about the agent that was murdered, I can vouch for Nate a hundred percent.
Detective Murphy: That makes our job a lot easier, then. Can you tell me where Mr. Mistillis was on the evening of September 15th?
Tracy Lu: He was working at Pearce Brokers all afternoon and met with a client from out-of-town later that night. The meeting only took about an hour because Nate came home at 7:30 p.m. in time for dinner.
Detective Parker: Did Nate and his client meet at Pearce Brokers? Do you know if anyone else was with them?
Tracy Lu: Nate was showing this client a property, so it was just the two of them. I don’t know the exact address, but it’s only a five-minute drive from Pearce.
Detective Parker: Would you happen to know the name of that client?
Tracy Lu: Something Colt, I don’t remember the first name.
Detective Parker: Do you know if he’s still in town?
Tracy Lu: Not likely. Nate mentioned he was leaving in a couple of days. But I’m sure that Pearce Brokers will have Mr. Colt’s contact information.
Detective Parker: And after Nate got home, when did he go out again?
Tracy Lu: He didn't. We were home all night.
Detective Murphy: What about Sunday morning?
Tracy Lu: We were home. We always spend Sunday mornings together.
Detective Parker: All right, Ms. Lu. Thank you very much for your help.