Ted Kimble's handwritten notes are included as footnotes. Other handwritten notes are also included.
Guilford County Sheriff's Department
Mr. Chambers says
that Kimble has worked in Lamination for several weeks, since
beginning his employment with PFG. Mr. Chambers says that Kimble had
made arrangements several, weeks ago to come in late for work on
10-10/12 due to a work conflict at Kimble's other business. Mr.
A$6.00 was temporary, within a few weeks it would be up to nearly $9.00.
Chambers was located
Chambers moved into apartment Patricia arranged at Cinnamon Ridge per Carter
Chambers said Ted acted normal per Carter
Did Ted have frequent calls to wife
No indication of marital trouble
No indication she didn't want him to work
No indication of problems
Ted spoke of affection?
How does he remember that day
How did he learn of Patricia's death
How much longer did Ted work there
How good of worker was Ted
No drinking or drugs, high lifestyle
No eratic behavior
Mr. Chambers says that from 6PM until approximately 7:30 Pm Kimble and the other employees were changing equipment on the machines. The production run began at approximately 7:30PM, and Kimble helped change film rolls on the machine after that.
says that the staff of 9 people in the room is close to capacity,
and so breaks were able to be taken on a frequent basis. Sometimes
the employees would tell Mr. chambers that they were going on a
break, but this was not required. However, Mr. Chambers says that
Kimble usually told Chambers when Kimble was going on a break.
says that employees are forbidden to leave the building during
working hours, and that breaks are taken in a canteen area within
the building. Mr. Chambers says that he recalls Kimble coming to
Chambers after the production run began, between 7:30PM and 7:50PM,
and telling Chambers, "We're running now, I'm gonna go ahead and
take my break." Mr. Chambers says that he did not see Kimble for
15-20 minutes after that.
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