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Report, John Appel (GCSD):  Interview, Harold Dean Styles


Ted Kimble's handwritten notes are included as footnotes.

 

Guilford County Sheriff's Department
Witness\Suspect Statement
 

1. Case Number/Victim:: 951009027
2. Interview With: Styles, Harold Dean II, W/M, DOB: 11/21/72, presently at Jail #1
3. Date/Time: 10/10/95 0840 hours
4. Location: GCSD CID Interview Room in Major Crimes Section
5. Interviewed By: Det. John Appel, Major Crimes
6. Offense: Dead Body investigation
 

7. Narrative:
While reviewing this case with Lieutenant J. G. Bryant on the morning of 10/10/95, it was determined that this residence, 2104 Brandon Station Court, had been burglarized,D a crime reported in case #950207012.

I reviewed this case, and determined that two suspects had been arrested, Harold Dean Styles, II, and Paul David Hunt, II.
 

Styles was currently confined in Jail #1, and I had him brought to be interviewed in CID.
 

Styles has recently received an active sentence for convictions arising out of burglaries including 950207012, and is awaiting transportation to a prison facility to serve his sentence.
 

Styles says that he went into this house alone, and that he took only those items which he could easily carry.
 

Of the items listed on the initial report as being stolen,A Styles says that he did not take an Olympus Camera which was reported.  Styles says that he is somewhat of a photography enthusiast, and would have taken and kept the camera if he had seen it. Styles also says that he did not take the Nintendo gameB reported stolen. Styles recalls picking it up and looking at it, but says that it had too many wires wrapped around it, and he did not want to waste the time necessary to untangle it. Styles says that he took a Nintendo cartridge box, but found later that it did not contain a game cartridge. Styles also says that he did not take any CD's nor did he recall taking any coins/change from the residence.C


APatricia and I couldn't locate it (camera) at the time.  I got an estimate on replacing it from a camera shop.  Patricia filed the claim.  A month later she finds it in the car.  She never followed up on reporting it to the insurance company and we continued to use it.  Patricia filed the claims on the B/E's at Brandon Station Ct.  The first two times.  Of course I filed the last one.  (note) cost of the replacement wasn't inflated (piece for piece)

BI don't believe it was stolen, but broken when he threw it down.

CCD's were in the turntable (J.V.C.) the guy stole

DTold us several times it wasn't burglary


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Published August 15, 2006.  Report broken links or other problems.

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