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Report, Gregory Munroe (NCIS):  Interview, James Dziadaszek


 

U.S. NAVAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE SERVICE
 

TITLE: V/KIMBLE, PATRICIA GAIL/CIV

CCN: 300CT95-LELE-0057-7HRR
 

INVESTIGATIVE ACTION: RESULTS OF INTERVIEW, DZIADASZEK
 

On 19MAR97, following a request for assistance from Detective Jim CHURCH, Guilford County Sheriff's Office (GCSO), Greensboro, NC, PFC James Allen DZIADASZEK, USMC, 055-74-3911, was reinterviewed by Reporting Agent (RA) at NCISRA Camp Lejeune, NC, relative to his association with CPL Ronnie KIMBLE, USMC, 240-47-9667. It should be noted PFC DZIADASZEK was interviewed on two prior occasions (04-05MAR97) by Agents of NCIS, GCSO, and Agents of the NC State Bureau of Investigation (SBI). Det. CHURCH asked RA to confirm with PFC DZIADASZEK his prior comments to ensure their accuracy.
 

PFC DZIADASZEK confirmed all topics covered in his two original interviews were correct and accurate. He confirmed he is a friend and co-worker of CPL KIMBLE. He confirmed CPL KIMBLE has brought him to Greensboro on a few occasions, and he has stayed with him and his wife in their mobile home.
 

PFC DZIADASZEK confirmed CPL KIMBLE has discussed the homicide investigation with him briefly, and confirmed the following topics discussed with CPL KIMBLE: CPL KIMBLE was concerned and upset with the fact he placed a gasoline receipt in CPL KIMBLE'S brother's truck the day of the murder. He (KIMBLE) feared Det. CHURCH would believe the gas purchase might have been used to start the fire in his brother's house, versus to fill up his brother's vehicle. He (KIMBLE) believes that makes him an automatic suspect. He (DZIADASZEK) also confirmed CPL KIMBLE spoke of a lady in Greensboro who claims to have seen him the day of the homicide at 18:20 by his brother's residence. CPL KIMBLE denied that to PFC DZIADASZEK, who stated during his first interviewed that CPL KIMBLE told him he dropped off his brother's truck at the residence and picked up his (KIMBLE'S) personal vehicle (Camero), at 16:00, not 18:20.
 

PFC DZIADASZEK confirmed he spoke with CPL KIMBLE following the 04MAR97 interview, and told him what he disclosed to investigators. PFC DZIADASZEK confirmed CPL KIMBLE became upset when he told him he informed investigators he (CPL KIMBLE) dropped his brother's truck off at his brother's residence at 16:00, stating, "What are your trying to do, get me convicted?" PFC DZIADASZEK confirmed CPL KIMBLE then explained to him that he said he dropped the truck off at his brother's business at 16:00, not at the residence, and that the lady saw him at the business at 18:20, not at the residence. PFC DZIADASZEK further reported, even though CPL KIMBLE tried to explain the time difference, he still recalled being originally told by CPL KIMBLE that he (CPL KIMBLE) dropped the truck off at his (CPL KIMBLE'S) brother's house, not business, at 16:00.
 

PFC DZIADASZEK confirmed, although he and CPL KIMBLE are friends,

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U.S. NAVAL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIVE SERVICE
 

TITLE: V/KIMBLE, PATRICIA GAIL/CIV
CCN: 300CT95-LELE-0057-7HRR
 

and have talked of the murder, and he (CPL KIMBLE) realizes he is a potential suspect, he (CPL KIMBLE) has never told him (PFC DZIADASZEK) he did not commit the murder. At the same time, PFC
DZIADASZEK said CPL KIMBLE has never admitted he committed the murder either. However, when asked, PFC DZIADASZEK opined CPL KIMBLE never would confide in him if he had murdered his sister-in-law. He opined, since CPL KIMBLE preaches about Jesus Christ to him, he feels for CPL KIMBLE to confide in him and tell him he killed his sister-in-law, in his eyes, and CPL KIMBLE'S, it would be hypocritical.
 

PFC DZIADASZEK reported he was last at CPL KIMBLE'S residence this past weekend, 15MAR97. He advised he went to visit his girlfriend Sherry Wilson, who lives with CPL KIMBLE'S wife. PFC DZIADASZEK advised the weekend was uneventful, except he reported CPL KIMBLE'S father brought him (CPL KIMBLE) and his wife to visit a lawyer regarding the homicide. PFC DZIADASZEK advised when CPL KIMBLE came back from the lawyer's office, he told him the attorney advised that no one involved in the investigation had to answer questions that were irrelevant to the case. PFC DZIADASZEK was unable to explain what that meant, but admitted that included him, not only CPL KIMBLE and his family, but anyone questioned by investigators. PFC DZIADASZEK reported this did not affect his decision to talk with investigators, and he is willing to continue to cooperate with law enforcement officials.
 

PFC DZIADASZEK advised he recalled one other conversation he had with CPL KIMBLE which involved a potential suspect in the case. He advised CPL KIMBLE told him he (CPL KIMBLE) was at the house two days after the homicide with family trying to salvage what was left of the house. PFC DZIADASZEK was unable to say for sure who was with CPL KIMBLE, but assumed it was his brother and parents, and maybe the parents of Patricia KIMBLE. CPL KIMBLE told him, while they were in the house, a black male walked in unannounced and began to ask alot of strange questions as to what happened in the house. CPL KIMBLE told him they gave this information to police, but they do not know if anything was done about it.
 

PFC DZIADASZEK was unable to provide any further pertinent information and the interview was terminated.
 

BIOGRAPHICAL DATA

EMPLOYMENT: USMC, Camp Lejeune, NC
SSN:
DP0B: 07OCT76, BUFFALO, NY
RESIDENCE: BARRACKS HP-51, ROOM 321, Camp Lejeune, NC

TELEPHONE: (W) (910) 451-3210 (H) (910) 451-1781
REPORTED BY: G. GREGORY MUNROE
OFFICE: NCISFO CAROLINAS

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