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Report, James G. Bryant (GCSD):  Interview, Richard Blakley


Ted's handwritten notes are included as footnotes

 

Guilford County Sheriff's Department
Witness\Suspect Statement
 

1. Case Number/Victim: 951009027/PATRICIA KIMBLE
2. Interview With: RICCHARD EARL BLAKLEY
3. Date/Time: 10/10/95 1715 HRS.
4. Location: 2547 BRANCHWATER ROAD
PLEASANT GARDEN
5. Interviewed By: LT. JAMES G. BRYANT
6. Offense: HOMICIDE
7. Narrative:
 

WHILE AT THE CRIME SCENE ON 10/10/95 AROUND 1715 HRS. RICHARD BLAKLEY, THE FATHER OF PAT KIMBLE CAME TO THE CRIME SCENE ON BRANDON STATION COURT. I TALKED WITH RICHARD WHILE SITTING IN MY VEHICLE. I TOLD RICHARD WE HAD THE REPORT FROM THE M.E.'S OFFICE. I TOLD HIM THAT HIS DAUGHTER HAD BEEN SHOT IN THE HEAD. RICHARD SAID HE WAS RELIEVED TO KNOWW SHE HAD BEEN SHOT AND HOPED SHE DID NOT HAVE TO SUFFER THE WAY HIS FATHER HAD TO SUFFER. RICHARD SAID HIS FATHER DIED FROM BURNS HE RECEIVED IN A FIRE. I ASKED RICHARD IF HE HAD ANY IDEA WHO MIGHT WANT TO KILL HIS DAUGHTER. HE SAID NO. THEN HE SAID THE ONLY THING THAT COMES TO MY MIND IS TED, BUT I DON'T THINK HE WOULD HAVE DONE IT. RICHARD SAID HIS DAUGHTER TOLD HIM ABOUT THREE WEEKS AGO TED WAS TRYING TO TAKE OUT A LARGE INSURANCE POLICY ON HER AND THEY REALLY DIDN'T NEED A LIFE INSURANCE POLICY ON HER AND IT REALLY BOTHERED HER. SHE ALSO TOLD ME TED HAD REALLY CHANGED AND WOULD ACT LIKE HE DIDN'T WANT TO HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH HER. SHE TOLD ME THAT TED WAS WATCHING TV AND SHE TOOK OFF ALL HER CLOTHES AND STARTED DANCING FOR HIM AND HE TOLD HER TO JUST GO ON AND LEAVE ME ALONE.A


LT. JAMES G. BRYANT
Mon Oct 16 10:40:04 EDT 1995

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APatricia wasn't that type of person, besides she didn't know how to dance.  *I NEVER turned down Sex! (HA)


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