Ted Kimble's handwritten notes are included as footnotes.
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Mr. Scott also said that Mr. Kimble was no rocket scientist and maybe he thought that he could get away with this type of crime. Mr. Scott also stated that the person whom he got the information from did not want to get involved and Mr. Scott did not want the anonymous personB to know that he had talked to us either. This person also stated that Mrs. Kimble told them that her husband wanted to buy a motor cycle and ride up and down High Point Rd. like he was single person.
AScott is an old customer who use to build buildings on the side for Gary Lyles. During that time he worked with the police department. He is a plummer/handyman by trade. After Patricia's death he came by my office acting like my friend trying to talk me into taking a lie detector test. Said it would most likely satisfy the detectives on the case. I've knows Scott for years, but only by name. He doesn't know me.
BThe anonymous person (I believe) is Gary Lyles, phone 910-278-570-. I called Gary Lyles today 9-28-97 and told him a little bit of what this person said. Gary sounded very disappointed about this. I didn't ask him if he was the anonymous person, but Gary said, Scott doesn't even know me. I've hardly ever spoken to Scott more than 5 minutes and that was usually him saleing me something. Gary Lyles said, two months ago an insurance detective came to see him. Ask about my auto insurance claims if Patricia was the type to buy a lot of clothes.
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