Ted Kimble's handwritten notes included as footnotes.
Guilford County Sheriff's Department
I ASKED ABOUT THE
FRIDAY BEFORE PATRICIAS DEATH WHEN SHE WAS AT CINNAMON RIDGE AND SHE
WAS TALKING TO PATRICIA. SHE SAID THAT SHE AND PATRICIA WERE JUST
TALKING ABOUT STEPHANIES TROUBLES, SHE WAS PREGNANT AT THE TIME AND
THAT TED CALLED HER AND PATRICIA MADE THE COMMENT THAT TED WAS GOING
TO WORK AND STEPHANIE SAID I THOUGHT HE HAD A JOB AND OWNED THE
LUMBER YARD. PATRICIA TOLD STEPHANIE THAT THEY DID OWN THE LUMBER
YARD, BUT THAT THEY WEREN'T SURE IF THE LEASE WOULD BE RENEWED OR IF
THEY WERE GOING TO RENEW THE LEASE, SHE COULDN'T REMEMBER WHICH. SHE
SAID PATRICIA TOLD HER THAT' THE RENT WAS VERY EXPENSIVE AND THAT
THEY WOULD PROBABLY HAVE TO SELL THE LUMBER YARD, SO TED WAS SEEING
WHAT ELSE HE COULD DO AT OTHER JOBS. PATRICIA ALSO TOLD
STEPHANIE THAT SHE AND TED NEEDED $26,000.00 THEN, FOR THE LUMBER
TOOK PLACE ON 06OCT95.
STEPHANIE MICHELE YOUNG
5. Reporting Officer/Assignment: DET. J.D. CHURCH
AThis statement is somewhat true, but I don't know where 26,000 is coming from. On p. 82 she spoke of us losing the lumber company (wrong). Patricia and I never spoke of selling the company either.
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