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Crime Scene Investigation
Transcript of Crime Scene Investigation
"Homicide: a non-accidental death resulting from grossly negligent, reckless, or intentional actions of another person"
By: Julian, Joey, Kayla, Alexa, Gwendolyn, Alaina
The Neighbors Heard Gunshots
The body was found on the couch
Victim was wearing a
jeans size 3M,
Reebok tennis shoes size 6 when the body was found
We all entered through the front door
2 shell casings were found on the floor
The gun was found to the right side of the victim's body on the couch
A Fat Tire bottle was found empty on the left side of the victim's body on the couch
Approximately 7 steps from the body
A shattered wine glass was found to the left side of the victim's shoes
Discovered a fingerprint
Voided Area with Low-velocity spatter
The fingerprint was lifted from the shell casing to be compared to other prints
Suspect 3 seemed to be
Blood was on inside of shattered glass
3. Shoe Prints
4. Blood Spatter
5. Shattered Glass
6. Beer Bottle
7/8. Shell Casings
9. Shoe Print
Hair was found under shirt
Found out sample B was cat hair
Sample C was
"The index of
less than 1/3"
Took possible blood samples
at the crime scene
Also took standard, reference samples
The blood from the shirt was tested using crystal violet
It showed positive...
Testing the victim's shirt from the crime scene
The victim's shirt
The bottle was examined
and dusted for finger prints
Crime Scene Investigation: Guides for Law Enforcement. (2009, September 4). Retrieved April 24, 2015, from http://www.nij.gov/topics/law-enforcement/ investigations/crime-scene/guides/pages/glossary.aspx
Reuters, T. (1996). Homicide - FindLaw. Retrieved April 24, 2015, from http://dictionary.findlaw.com/definition/homicide.html
Saferstein, R. (2009). Forensic science: From the crime scene to the crime lab (Second ed., pp. 320-329). Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson Prentice Hall.
"Equipment used to produce
visible and invisible light at
various wavelengths to enhance
or visualize potential items of evidence"
Joey contaminated everything and even
stole the body to coverup for him being
the actual murderer!!!
Arrival: 10:00 am