evidence from the body is collected, at which time another search of
the scene will be conducted if deemed appropriate.
Also coordinated this action with KING.
Extended my thanks and appreciation to WINKLER, LITTLE, DUNN, and
KUPUKA for their assistance and cooperation and commended them for a
"Job Well Done."
AS THE EVIDENCE CUSTODIAN, PROCESS EVIDENCE INTO THE EVIDENCE ROOM:
Assign the next available document number to the original and both
copies of DA Form 4137.
Place the second carbon copy of the 4137 in the local case file.
As the Evidence Custodian, I logged the evidence into the Evidence Room
and assigned document #3502-8X to the 4137. The second carbon copy of
the 4137 was placed in the local office case file.
PREPARE EVIDENCE FOR TRANSMITTAL
INVESTIGATION LABORATORY (USACIL):
Prepare the original DA Form 4137 and DA Form 3655 (Crime Lab
Examination Request) for shipment to USACIL.
Package and wrap the evidence (name the items and indicate DA Form
4137 item numbers; i.e., pistol, item #3) and documents for
shipment to USACIL-CONUS for examination.
Prepared the original 4137, DA Form 3655 (Crime Lab Examination
Request)(See Figures 2-12 and 2-13); packaged and wrapped the pistol
(item 1), shell casing (item 3), red stain (item 4), and fiber (item 5)
for mailing to USACIL.
SEND THE EVIDENCE TO USACIL:
Send the evidence (name the items and indicate DA Form 4137 item
numbers) and documents to the U.S.
Army Criminal Investigation
Laboratory, P.O. Drawer L, Fort Gillem, Fort Gillem, Forest Park,
Place the first carbon copy of the DA Form 4137 and the Registered
Mail receipt in the USACIL suspense folder.