dresser is brown in color, wood-type construction, approximately 3 ft
wide, 2 ft deep, and 4 ft high, with two half-drawers at the top and
four full length drawers below. The drawers are equipped with brass in
color, metal "D" ring handles. All drawers are in the closed position;
The dresser bears several chips, marks,
There is a wall locker in the upright position on the floor with the
back flush against the W wall and one side flush with the N wall. The
locker is green in color, metal-type construction approximately 2 ft
wide, 2 ft deep, and 6 ft high with a single full length door.
door is equipped with a factory installed locking device with an
exterior, silver in color, metal-type locking handle, designed to be
secured with a padlock. The door is further equipped with a hasp and
"D" ring locking device, metal-type construction designed to be secured
with a padlock.
The door is in the closed position; no padlocks
present. The door is marked near the top "SECURE YOUR LOCKER" in white
in color, stencil-type block letters, each about 1 in by 2 in high.
The locker is dented, soiled, and bears numerous marks, chips, and
There is one straight back-type chair in the upright position on the
floor, back flush with the E wall and one side flush against the N
The chair frame is gray in color, metal-type construction,
approximately 2 ft square by 2 ft high (seat top), with gray in color,
vinyl-type seat cushion and back rest.
There are no visible marks,
scratches, or damage to the chair.
There is one bed in the upright position on the floor with the head
flush against the S wall and one side flush with the E wall. The bed
frame is gray in color, metal-type construction, about 7 ft by 3 ft by
2 ft high, containing one mattress covered with two green in color,
wool-type blankets, squared hospital-type corners, one of which is made
into a dust cover on the S end of the mattress.
There are several
marks, chips, and scratches on the bed frame.
There are no visible personal items of clothing or equipment in the
room at this time.
There is a pistol without magazine, lying on its left side on the
floor, about 2 ft E of the SE corner of the dresser.
The pistol is
black in color, metal-type construction with brown in color plastic-
type hand grips. It appears to be a standard issue caliber .45, semi-
automatic, Army pistol.
The slide is in the forward position, hammer
down, with the barrel pointing SE and the magazine well facing SW;
manufacturer markings "United States Property No. 854435 M1911A1 U.S.
Army" on the receiver group, side facing up.
The pistol appears
scratched and scuffed on the slide and receiver group, side facing up.