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|Caylee Marie Anthony Missing Sunday, June 15, 2008 - Orlando, Florida|
Age: 2, Caylee Anthony was reported missing by her grandmother, Cindy Anthony, on July 15, 2008. At that time Caylee's mother, Casey, said on the July 15, 2008 911 call that her daughter had been missing for "31 days." Date of disappearance is unknown at this point as the mother Casey is not cooperating with authorities
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|CAYLEE ANTHONY CASE TRANSCRIPTS|
SUPPLEMENT #5 - INCIDENT REPORT (07/17/08) to Arrest Affidavit - Casey Marie Anthony
|Transcribed by www.acandyrose.com (from .pdf file)
Orange County Sheriff's Office
Case # 08-CF-10925
Discovery Documents Set#2 (Pages 32-34)
SUPPLEMENT #5 - INCIDENT REPORT (07/17/08):
On July 16, 2008, I was requested by Child Abuse Detective, Corporal Yuri Melich (2684), to meet with Mrs. Cynthia Anthony at her residence, located at 4937 Hopespring Drive, Orlando, Florida, and take possession of several items she agreed to release to the Orange County Sheriff's Office. The items consisted of Cynthia's laptop computer, a vehicle, and a bag of various items, which had been inside the vehicle at the time the Anthony's took possession of it from Johnson's Wrecker Service.
Upon my arrival, I made contact with mr. George Anthony, and his wife, Cynthia Anthony. George pointed out a white Pontiac Sunfire, bearing Florida tag G63XV, as the vehicle to be towed. Cynthia released her Compaq laptop computer (SN: CND6430RKH) and power cord as well as several miscellaneous items, including her granddaughter's (Caylee Anthony) cloth-bodied baby doll (unclothed) and Dora the Explorer backpack, a child's toothbrush, a dinnerware knife and a black leather bag containing various papers. Cynthia mentioned upon getting the vehicle, she noticed the interior of the car had a strong, unidentifiable odor. The scent was also evident on some of the items she gave to me. Regarding the dinnerware knife, Cynthia advised she found it inside the vehicle and it appeared to be unused and has since been washed.
The Pontiac was parked on the roadway, in front of the residence. The vehicle appeared to be in good condition, but had several scratches along the trunk area. The interior of the car seemed in neat condition: I observed several pair of adult shoes lying in the back passenger seat, as well as, a child's car seat. In the front passenger seat, I observed a black case with various cd's/dvd's. I also observed a dark colored belt in the vehicle. I sealed the vehicle as evidence and Johnson's Wrecker Service towed the vehicle from the residence to the orange county Sheriff's Office Forensics lab, while I followed behind. The vehicle and all collected items, except the laptop computer and power cord, were released to Crime Scene investigator, Gerardo Bloise (2333).
After meeting with CSI Bloise, I met with Detective Sandy Cown (361) with the Orange County Sheriff's Office Computer Crime Unit and released the laptop computer and power cord to her.
It should be noted I inadvertently listed the Pontiac's vehicle identification number on the tow sheet as 1G2JB1234W7596648. The correct vehicle identification number is 1G2JB1243W7596648.
Det. C. Beasly 07/17/2008
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