Report, Jerry D. Webster (SBI): Ted Kimble
SBI CASE: 1995-03251
ACTIVITY: April 1, 1997
VICTIM: Patricia Gail Kimble
DICTATED: April 21, 1997
RECEIVED: April 24, 1997
TYPED: April 28, 1997
COPIES: (1) Records; (2) SA J. D. Webster; (3) SAC J. M. Burns: (4)
District Attorney H. M. Kimel, Jr.
Theodore Mead Kimble, W/M/DOB: 12/08/69; Residence: 6318 Liberty
Road, Julian, North Carolina 27283; (Suspect):
Theodore Mead Kimble, also known as Ted Kimble, was interviewed at
the Major Crimes Division Office of the Guilford County Sheriff's
Department. This interview was conducted by, Guilford County
Sheriff's Detective D. L. DeBerry in the presence of SA Jerry D.
Webster. The interview took place on April 1, 1997, and began at
Kimble had been arrested in the vicinity of his residence by
Guilford County sheriff's deputies earlier on the morning of April
1, 1997. Immediately following his apprehension, he was transported
to the Guilford County Sheriff's Department and brought to the Major
Crimes Unit Office where this interview took place.
Prior to the commencement of this interview, an arrest warrant
charging Kimble with first degree murder was served by Detective
DeBerry. Immediately following the service of the warrant Kimble was
advised of his Constitutional Rights against self-incrimination by
Detective DeBerry. Detective DeBerry read to suspect Kimble from the
Rights Form and had suspect Kimble to acknowledge his understanding
of each of the rights as they were read to him by placing his
initials on the form.
After reading to suspect Kimble the paragraph entitled "Waiver of
Rights," Kimble stated that he would not be willing to answer any
questions until he had consulted with an attorney.
The interview was terminated immediately. The time of the
termination of the interview was 8:36 a.m.
There are two
attachments; the first being a copy of the Warrant for Arrest served
upon suspect Kimble and the second being a copy of the Rights Form
executed by Detective DeBerry and signed by suspect Kimble.