Armed Attack Case Study

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Multiple items were collected and sent for examination in both cases. In the armed robbery, case number, 412268-38, the items collected were a QCS-1 (projectile-floor), QCS-2 (shell casing-floor), QCS-3 (shell casing-floor), QCS-4 (shell casing-floor), QCS-5 (shell casing-floor), and QCS-8 (projectile-floor). It was found that QCS-2, QCS-3, QCS-4 and QCS-5 were all fired from the same weapon. It was also found that QCS-2, QCS-3, QCS-4 and QCS-5 were fired from the same weapon used in the unsolved homicide, case number, 38414-71. Due to lack of visible striation on QCS-1 and QCS-8 the items were unable to be compared. Fingerprints were also recovered from the counter to the west of the cash registered (exhibit QCS-6) and on the cash register…show more content…
In In the armed robbery, case number, 412268-38, the items collected were a QCS-1 (projectile-floor), QCS-2 (shell casing-floor), QCS-3 (shell casing-floor), QCS-4 (shell casing-floor), QCS-5 (shell casing-floor), and QCS-8 (projectile-floor). In addition to these items, my team and the police conducted a search Geraldine Fredricks’s house. Fredricks is the girlfriend of Ingram. The warrant was issued because a confidential source stated Ingram went to Fredricks’s house after the robbery. As Ingram was suspected to be involved in the unsolved 1989 homicide, items related to the homicide were included in the search warrant. We were able to find the firearm, a Glock 9mm (S/N FEX254), boxes of ammunition, fruit pie wrappers and $2,346.00…show more content…
The facts, interview, forensic reports and evidence leads us to believe this. Ronnie Ingram was convicted for the recent robbery case, the gun was found at his girlfriend’s house and it is the same gun that was used in the 1989 homicide. My original plan was similar to what I actually did to solve this homicide. I was able to collect police reports, evidence, forensic reports, photos, police sketches, autopsy reports and toxicology reports. I was able to identify and conduct interviews with all of the suspects as well check MVA (Maryland Vehicle Accident) records, NCIC (National Crime Information Center) records, police records and traced weapons that were found. The only thing I was unable to do that I said I would in the original plan was send some evidence for testing as some of the items were tested in

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