Yesterday Mr. Price that asked me about where Echols had said that he was on May 5, 1993. He said that he had been at Lakeshore Trailer Park, gotten with his girlfriend, Domini Teer, and gone to a location near Center Street where a yard had been mowed. Later between 3:00 and 5:00 P.M. he went to Randy and Susan Sanders' residence. Then he said he went home after his mom had picked him up from Alexander's Laundry on Missouri Street. (BETR 2402) From there when he went home, he got on the telephone with Holly George. He explained that he talked with Holly George from that time when he got home until 11:30 P.M. He said he was at Randy and Susan Sanders was sometime between 3:00 P.M. and 5:00 P.M. I showed that lineup to Amanda Stokes. She allegedly saw some people at North Seventh Street at the north service road of the 40/55 expressway, which is on the north side of the interstate as the Blue Beacon. (BETR 2403) She did not identify anybody. (BETR 2404)

On May 27, 1993, at about 5:17 P.M. I conducted a photographic lineup with Aaron Hutcheson. I do not have a report that lists the 10 photographs that were shown to him on that date. I believe there were 10 photographs. If we took a brief recess, I would not be ableto find the report of the 10 photographs that I showed Hutcheson on that date. I showed a person who is a potential witness to these murders a photographic lineup, but I did not write a report. I did not write down the 10 photographs that I showed him. The reason I did not write down the photographs was that during that period of time, we were very busy. There were several interviews taking place. (BETR 2405) Those photographs were kept together in the office until the arrest was made. When the arrest was made, unknown to me the photograph display was taken apart. There was not one photographic display that was shown to several different witnesses. We had a board in which we can take different photographs in and take different pictures out. There were not that many photographs displayed to anybody. That is one of very few times that photos were displayed. On that date, I showed Hutcheson 10 photographs. Murray Farris and Chris Littrell were some of the 10 photographs I showed him. I'm not certain if Echols was one of the photographs. At this time Echols was a suspect. Based on information I had, Hutcheson was allegedly an eyewitness. I do not remember if I showed Hutcheson a picture of Echols. (BETR 2406) Hutcheson was not an eyewitness to the murders at that time. We had no indication on May 27, 1993 that Hutcheson was an eyewitness to the murders. I showed him pictures of people that he may have seen on previous occasions. I do not remember if I showed Hutcheson Echols' photograph. I believe another person in the photographs would be James Kenny Martin. I'm not certain about a Michael or David Wynn, one of the twins. I'm not sure. There are several others and I don't remember all the names. It was some photos I put together. I placed the photographs on the board. There were numbers 1 - 10 on each photograph. (BETR 2407) During this photographic lineup, I discovered that another police officer, Chief Don Bray of the Marion Police Department, had shown Hutcheson a photographic lineup the day before. I was informed that another officer had shown some photographs, but I don't know the results of that photo lineup. I do not have any knowledge if Bray wrote up a report concerning the photographic lineup that he showed Hutcheson. (BETR 2408)