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5 Subject Lab Tech Report Location Lab Tech name Date Adnans home March Redacted. Adnans home address on Johnnycake Rd. Obot S Also see supplemental sheet added on 26 Mar 199: Page AC# / Full description from Lab Tech report (Mobile Unit Finger Print Report 85/122) # Subheading 1 Header info Hae Min Lee F/A, 18 yrs. Run #: 3309 CC# 99-8B Time Rec-1115, Time Assign-1115, Time arrrive 1145, Off Rel 1430, Time Comp Clear. Homicide FU. Det Ritz C361 CIB Photos 46 Colour Frames 1 Latents Items processed: N/A See narrative 1 Narrative: This unit responded to the above location at the request of Det Ritz, C361, 6431 for a search and seizure on a homicide follow up detail. 2 Physical Physical 2 Physical Submitted to the ECS under # A pair of pant recovered from the basement on top of the dryer Shirt recovered from same Torn paper recovered from the pant pocket A pair of shoe (boot) recovered from the basement near the water heater A pair of shoe (boot) recovered from the 2nd floor middle room - bedroom near the desk Cellular phone recovered from the desk drawer - 2nd floor middle bedroom Pack of torn papers recovered from the desk drawer - 2nd floor middle bedroom 3 Physical Physical cont Text book with photos, letters and cards recovered from the 2nd floor front bedroom CD recovered from same School grade paper recovered from same Personal Papers recovered from same Receipts recovered from same 3 Narrative: The Crime Scene was photographed and searched for additional physical evidence with negative results. 3 Photos 2 cc# 3 Photos 1 close up of cell phone 3 Photos 3 close ups of torn papers 3 Photos 1 close up of text book 3 Photos 4 close ups of Papers 3 Photos 3 close ups of clothes pant and shirt 3 Photos 2 close ups of shoe (basement) 3 Photos 2 close ups of shoe (bedroom) 3 Photos 28 overalls of crime scene 3 Supervisor Only the first page of 4 was initialled, on March Copy seen at MPIA_LN_175_Mobile_Unit_Report.pdf

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