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Report, C. F. Sibert (GCSD):  Interview, Linda Gail Shepard


Ted Kimble's handwritten notes included as footnotes.

 

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Guilford County Sheriff's Department
Supplemental Report
 

1. Incident Number:970225021
2. Victim's Name:Patricia Gail Kimble
3. Day/Date/Time of Report:Thu Mar 6 11:17:48 EST 1997 _

4. Narrative: The following is reference an interview of RPl Linda Gail ShepardA (W/F DOB 8-22-54) conducted on March 4, 1997 between 1355 and 1435. The interview took place at the office of the Naval Criminal Investigative Service at Camp Lejeune. Also present and participating in the interview were North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation Agent Tom Childrey and Naval Criminal, Investigaton Service Special Agent Greg Munroe.
 

Linda Shepard is the leading Petty Officer in the Chaplain's office, and has been assigned there since November of 1995. She has been with the Navy for close to twenty years.
 

She described Ronnie Kimble as a dependable, hard worker. She said that she had been made aware of the death of Patricia Kimble, but could not recall how. She said that it was probably mentioned to her by another supervisor when she came into the office. She said that Kimble had approached her to talk about the death, but that she had told him that she did not want to hear it, that she was not qualified to advise him on legal or religious matters.  She advised that both herself and Master Chief Morales had referred Kimble to the legal aid office and the advice of a lawyer. She said that she had avoided the subject of Patricia Kimble's death.

She said that as far as she knew, Kimble got along well with his co-workers. She said that she knew very little of his off-duty life. She did say that he enjoys hunting and that he has talked about getting out of the military and working for the Post Office in Greensboro. She said that she understood that Kimble's wife was pushing him into staying in the military. She said she was not aware of any particular finnacial hardships Kimble might be experiencing. She was not familiar with the practice of selling blood plasma and did not know if Kimble or anyone else in the office might be doing it.

5. Reporting Officer/Assignment: C.F. Sibert/CID
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AOn the first 60 pages you gave me I listed Linda as Scott Sheppards mother because their names are the same but that was wrong.

 


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