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Evidence: Search Warrant for Weldon Foyle Residence and Vehicle
Yoknapatawpha County Court
in the
State of Mississippi

In the matter of the search of:


604 North 14th Street, Apartment B
Oxford, MS 38655

Case Number: 001294-23E-2004

To Detective Sam Murphy and any Authorized Officer of Yoknapatawpha County, Mississippi.

Affidavit(s) having been made before me by Detective Sam Murphy

who has reason to believe that on the premises known as

604 North 14th Street, Apartment B, which is a one-bedroom basement apartment with private entrance, leased to and occupied by Weldon Foyle; a black 1998 Honda Prelude automobile, Mississippi license tag # DIC 404, owned by Weldon Foyle;

in Yoknapatawpha County, Mississippi, there is now concealed a person or property, namely

men's blue shirt or blue button-down shirt; men's khaki trousers; baseball cap with Greek letters; dark blue or black duffle or "gym" bag; lengths of fabric or like items times consistent with a soft ligature; Trojan brand lubricated latex condoms; queen size bed linens including bed sheets, bedspreads, and standard size pillowcases; photographs depicting Kristi Waterson; documents regarding Kristi Waterson;

and as I am satisfied that there is probable cause to believe that the person or property so described is now concealed on the person or premises above described and that grounds for application for issuance of the search warrant exist as stated in the supporting affidavit(s).

YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED to search on or before August 4, 2004 (not to exceed 10 days) the person or property specified, serving this warrant and making the search in the daytime (6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.). If the person or property be found there seize same, leaving a copy of this warrant and receipt for the person or property taken and prepare a written inventory of the person or property seized and promptly return this warrant to US Judge or Magistrate,

At Yoknapatawpha County, Mississippi

Dated this 26th day of July, 2004 at 3:15 p.m.

//Harold R. McAfee
Yoknapatawpha County Court Judge


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