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RONNIE KIMBLE NOTES - 4/7/97
 

INSURANCE
 

$100,000 policy was not in effect when Patricia died.
 

Ted and Patricia had decided to get mutual $100,000 policies.
 

The purpose of the insurance was to pay off the debt on the business.
 

They both had to go get physicals before it was in effect and they did not do so.
 

Defendant thinks there was a smaller policy.
 

*****PATRICIA WAS LAST SEEN AT 3:45 HEADING TOWARD TOWN AT CREEKRIDGE ROAD AND RANDLEMAN ROAD. SHE LEFT WORK AT 3:35.
 

4-15-97 Walt Jones told me he thought the $100,000 policy was not in effect because Patricia had not had her physical.


CONFERENCE AT JAIL W/RONNIE KIMBLE 4-7-97 3:30
 

NOTE: When I came to jail Locke Clifford was leaving. Walt Jones was in a conference room with defendant.
 

NEILL SILVERTHORNE - met in Marine Corps - good friends - drinks a lot - decent, Christian.
 

Church tried to put Neill driving teal green Camero on 10/9/95. Neill told cops he never drove defendant's car. Lie detector test.
 

Neill will not be a problem.
 

D. H. Griffin - September '92 - April 6, '93:
 

Worked there 6 months prior to going to Marines. Working Griffin on the lot and doing yard work on side. Defendant had right to go back and was eligible to go back.
 

Walt Jones believes about two weeks prior to defendant's arrest Ted tried to get insurance proceeds.
 

Detective DeBerry was the Guilford detective to talk to defendant about this case. This was at Camp LeJeune. It was a purposely staged visit. Deberry was alone except for Navy Agent Monroe.-
 

N.I.S. (Monroe) talked to defendant three weeks after murder. It was defendant who told them he was at house. One month later met DeBerry. DeBerry asked defendant if he knew that Ted had taken a life insurance policy on Patricia and forged her signature. Patricia cried about it when she heard. Defendant thinks there were policies on both their lives.
 

DeBerry told defendant that Ted had put a gun to Joy Hedgecock's head to induce her to have an abortion. Defendant was 17 when Joy had the abortion. She broke up with defendant. She is now a nut case.
 

Joy Hedgecock is a possible witness. It was Joy's idea to have abortion in High Point for $370 plus. Defendant paid all.
 

Defendant told DeBerry that NEVER happened. This is the only thing defendant was defensive about.


Defendant did consult Ted about Joy being pregnant.
 

The house belonged to Patricia. Ted didn't even take steps to have property put in his name.
 

DeBerry told defendant that Ted bought a motorcycle with money from church. Did not mention that Ted had started a fund for the church.
 

DeBerry said in 20 years he had never had an unsolved case.


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