Shawn Grate Trial Day 6 Part 1 Detective Kim Mager Continues Testifying | Summary and Q&A

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April 30, 2018
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Shawn Grate Trial Day 6 Part 1 Detective Kim Mager Continues Testifying

TL;DR

Detective testifies about interviews conducted with Sean Great during the evidentiary trial, revealing inconsistencies in his statements and evidence found at the crime scene.

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Key Insights

  • ๐Ÿคจ Great's statements during the interviews contain several inconsistencies, raising doubts about the truthfulness of his claims.
  • ๐Ÿ’š Evidence collected during the apartment visit, such as the green wallet and the box, could potentially be essential in the case.
  • ๐Ÿšต The discovery of the Daily Reader book, which contains significant dates related to the case, adds to the mounting evidence against Great.

Questions & Answers

Q: What did the detective find when she entered Laurie's apartment?

The detective found religious artwork, a clean and orderly environment, and identified a green wallet and a box that Sean Great had mentioned.

Q: Why did the detective not collect any evidence during the first apartment visit?

The detective states that they were only there to retrieve personal belongings for Laurie and that evidence collection would be done by a BCI agent later.

Q: How did Great's statements about the mace incident change in the subsequent interviews?

In the earlier interview, Great described Stacey spraying mace near the door, while in the later interview, he said that she sprayed him just a little bit. He also mentioned a ligature around Stacey's neck, which was not mentioned previously.

Q: How did the detective pass on information about the fort to the Ashland County Sheriff's Office?

The detective mentioned the fort's location, as provided by Great, to the Sheriff's Office, who then went out and found the fort based on that information.

Summary & Key Takeaways

  • Detective testifies about entering Laurie's apartment with another officer and describes the condition of the apartment, noting religious artwork and cleanliness.

  • Detective states that she did not collect any evidence related to the crime during the apartment visit, but only retrieved personal belongings for Laurie.

  • Detective discusses subsequent interviews with Great, highlighting inconsistencies in his statements about the mace incident and the fort in the woods. Detective also mentions finding the Daily Reader book, which contains important dates related to the case.

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