Alicia, Haley, McKenzie, and Elizabeth
Murder of Jack Parrish
Clue one is right in between Clue 2 and clue five. This marks a bloody tissue which was found on the floor, close to where Jack Parrish's body was found.
Clue two is the chair across from Mr. Parrish. Underneath the chair is where his head was when he died. This chair is tilted forward, leaning against the table.
Clue 3 is bloody streaks on the whiteboard, made by someone's hand. It forms the letters HS, and there is also a little streak that could be part of an A. We assume it was an A, because Ms. Dixon (suspect) was talking about how Mr. Parrish annoyed her during the Habits Skills Assessment (HSA)
Clue 4 marks the magazine that Parrish was reading. It is titled Gun and Garden. On the book is a bloody handprint, which has dried. Behind the book is a half-filled cup of gummy bears, that smelled fresh.
This is the body trace of Jack Parrish, found under the table in the center of the room.
Clue 6 has two parts to it. It has a closed green binder with blood splattered on to it and some hair. The hair color and length looks the same as Mr. Rice's (suspect).
Clue 7 is the chair that Jack was sitting in. The chair is knocked it over and it seems like it was a sudden movement that sparked his body. The chair is right outside of where he fell when he died.
Clue 8 is a spoon filled with some powder and also some left over powder stained in the chair. Ms. Dixon (suspect) informed us that she puts baby powder in her shoes so they don't stick to her feet. The Fulton County Medical Examiner has informed us that Jack Parish was killed by a poison, so these things may be connected.
A splotch of blood found on the wall, most likely from the victim. We were told that his skull was damaged by a blunt object, so this may be connected as well.
Clue 10 is a photo of a balled up paper and a cap of gummy bears and a school paper. Two out of three objects are covered in blood which one was probably splattered. The balled up had blood in some spots.
Clue 11 is a photo of Mr. Parrish's water bottle. It does not have blood on it.
Clue 12 shows a napkin with blood on it. The blood is not one big streak but it separated into 3 places.
Clues 4, 10, 11, and 6
Who was the murder?
Now, you are probably asking "how do you know it was her?" Well, it was her because of the bitter almonds and where she was at the time. Ms. Lecceardone lives about 20 mins from Lovett with traffic. Therefore she had time to give Mr. Parrish the almonds, leave, and still get home to be playing with Gino at 4:30 on November 19. The bitter almonds contain a poison called Cyanide which takes about 30 minutes to kill someone. This is perfect timing. Since Mr. Parrish died at 4:30 and Ms. Lecceardone gave him the almonds at 4 this makes perfect since. Ms. Dixon, Mr. Sayles, and Mr. Rice are all innocent.
Blood Detection Lab
Mr. Sayles- O
Ms. Dixon- AB
Ms. Lecceardone- B or O
Mr. Rice- A.
Hair Analysis Lab
Crime Scene Blood Type Lab
Powder Analysis Lab
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Arsenic: (30/30) 6/2= 3 hrs
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