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Getting Started

  • You should begin by copying the Power Point and saving it to your student account. Work on your “student version” and drag it into my “pass-in” folder when you have completed each and every step.

  • Please summarize the information on the following slides (CSI: True to Life and The Real Deal). Look for the topic sentences and identify the main idea. You will write your summary on the Power Point – look for the slide that says, “Summary”. Add a text box and an additional slide if necessary.


Summary


CRIME SCENE CORNER

  • So, all four crime scene are here. I have entered suspect info victim info. Based on this info, the photograph and the fingerprint bank at the end of the presentation, tell me who had MEANS, MOTIVE, OPPORTUNITY.

  • Only do TWO of the first THREE crime scene. You cannot choose the one you worked on.

  • Crime Scenes 4 & 5 are blank. Select ONE – use your imagination and create the crime. Fill out suspect and victim info!


#1


Crime Scene #1: What We Know

  • Gender: Male (Patrick Aucoin)

  • Approx. Age: 16C. O. D.: Blunt-force-trauma to the back of the head – at least two whacks. Found face down in hallway.

  • Angle of attack was as such that security video did not pick up assault.

  • Prints found on bat (not yet back from lab)

  • -Parents informed police that Patrick was in high spirits as of late due to the recent arrival of a signed Willie Mays baseball bat, which he purchased off ebay.

Blagdon, Baker, Zwicker, Aucoin, Gould


Crime Scene #1: Suspect Case File

Mr. Corey Zwicker (age 17) found body at approx 12: 05 p.m. Corey was released from class on second floor to use bathroom.

During questioning Mr. Zwicker was visibly upset from finding deceased. So many family and friends called to voice their concerns Mr. Zwicker’s cell had to be confiscated during interview.

Security camera recorded Jordan Blagdon (age 17) walking by camera at exactly 11:55. In interview Balgdon admitted that he knew the deceased and that they were, in fact, very good friends.


Crime Scene #1: What We Think Happened Based on Evidence

You must determine means, motive and opportunity for suspect!!!


#2


Crime Scene #2: What We Know

Name: Cain, Laydrina

Gender: Female

Approx. Age: 16

C. O. D.: Punctured lung as a result of stabbing. Victim was knocked unconscious and suffocated as lungs collapsed. Profuse bleeding came from secondary wound in stomach.

Simmonds, Beals, Cain, Cogswell


Crime Scene #2: Suspect Case File

-Laydrina was found by John Wisenhiemer (janitorial staff) at approx. 2:50 p. m. Wisenheimer called authorities and school principle immediately afterward.

-Witnesses stated they say Laydrina arguing with one Briea Simmonds during lunch hour. Apparently, the Simmonds owed Cain money for gambling debt.

-Witnesses confirmed Simmonds was on school bus at 1:50 that departed soon thereafter.-Interviews have uncovered a connection to a Jonathan Cogswell who is apparently notorious in school gambling circles. - Cogswell very guarded during interview, but co-operative. Alibi regarding early arrival home could only be confirmed by mother who was called at work from Cogswell’s cell phone. Chat with office revealed that he did not sign out and has been a flight risk in the past, although not recently.


Crime Scene #2: What We Think Happened Based on Evidence

You must determine means, motive and opportunity for suspect!!!


#3


Crime Scene #3: What We Know

Name: Wiswell, Brandon

Gender: Male

Approx. Age: 17C. O. D.: Blunt-force-trauma to head as a result of repeat beatings with binder and impact with chalk-board rim. Internal cranial bleeding lead to mass haemorrhage.

Preeper, Whynot, Flemming, Wiswell


Crime Scene #3: Suspect Case File

  • -Body discovered by teacher after lunchtime break at 11:05. Witnesses confirm D. Stephenson was in Music room on second floor the entire time.

  • Several witnesses reported seeing Brandon walking the halls, looking into empty classrooms and trying doorknobs.

  • A rumour has spread that Brandon was concealing “contraband materials” for one Adam Whynot who has yet to be located for interview.

  • Sacha Preeper, long time associate of Whynot’s, could not confirm his whereabouts, but had a few negative comments to say about deceased.


Crime Scene #3: What We Think

You must determine means, motive and opportunity for suspect!!!


#4


Crime Scene #4: What We Know

Name: Dennis, Jordan

Gender: Male

Approx. Age: 16

C. O. D.: multiple stabbings to brain via eye socket. Murder weapons – six finely sharpened pencils (one of which had to be removed be coroner.

LeBlanc, Ferris, Fleet, Dennis


Crime Scene #4: Suspect Case File

- Subject


Crime Scene #4: What We Think

You must determine means, motive and opportunity for suspect!!!


#5


Crime Scene #5: What We Know

Gender:

Approx. Age:C. O. D.:

Anderson, Noble, Webber, Henderson, Brook


Crime Scene #5: Suspect Case File


Crime Scene #5: What We Think

You must determine means, motive and opportunity for suspect!!!


Patrick Aucoin

CRIME SCENE ONE: Prints recovered at scene (on baseball bat) were said to have been of the loop variety.

Jordan Blagdon

Jacob Gould


Lindsay Anderson

CRIME SCENE 5: Prints recovered at scene (on lamp shade cord) were said to have been of the loop variety.

Jen Henderson

Carson Brook


CRIME SCENE THREE: Prints recovered at scene (on floor beside vic) were said to have been of the arch and whorl variety.

Chris Murphy

Adam Whynot

Sacha Preeper

Brandon Wisewell


Charnel Beals

Prints recovered at scene (on baseball bat) were said to have been of the whorl variety.

Breiea Simmonds

Jonathan Cogswell


Works Cited

  • Booth, Jack and Robert Knuckle. True Crime. Bold Print Books. Harcourt Press in association with Rubincon Publishing Inc: Oakville, 2004.

  • Woodford, Chris. Criminal Investigation. Hodder Murray: London, 2006.


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