RELEASED THE VICTIM
Checked the victim's hands and feet for additional and/or trace
evidence with negative results; secured clean paper bags over the hands
Checked around and under the body, bed surface, and the immediate area
for additional and or trace evidence--negative results.
There are no
signs of a bullet exit wound or other injuries.
Photographed the victim's back and bed
photograph log and rough photograph sketch.
Wrapped the victim together with the bed linen in a clean bed sheet and
placed in a clean body bag.
Released the body to SPC Morris (NMI) ANDERSON, 193-04-1418, Mortician
Assistant, NAH, TP 3112, for transportation to the morgue in ambulance
SA Louise N. DUBOISE from my office accompanied the body to the morgue
and will complete the required evidence collection.
MAKE THE SECOND RECHECK:
Search for latent prints and trace evidence.
Dust for prints, describing how and where you dust and the results.
Then conduct an exploratory search of furniture drawers, lockers,
containers, and the like, noting the results.
Process and collect any newly discovered evidence as you have done
evidence found earlier.
Conducted second recheck of the scene.
Dusted for latent prints around
the door and window frames, furniture
surfaces, bed frame, and walls
with negative results.
surfaces appear to have been
recently wiped clean due to lack of any
An exploratory search reveals one handrolled like cigarette inside the
bottom full opened dresser drawer.
The cigarette is white in color,
paper-type construction approximately 1/4 inch diameter and 3 inches
long with twisted like ends.