Police Obtain Search Warrant Seeking Electronic Evidence from PlayStation Vita

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  1. cageymaru

    cageymaru [H]ard|News

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    Nearly 4 years ago the body of Anjelica "AJ" Hadsell was found partially buried in a ditch behind a home in Southampton County, VA. Her stepfather's GPS in his work van had led the police to her body. Wesley Hadsell's work van contained a dirty shovel, gloves and a roll of duct tape. He is currently in jail for an unrelated federal weapons charge. Police have obtained a search warrant to check his PlayStation Vita for clues such as emails, texts, videos, pictures, etc to link him to the crime.

    Recently, police took out a search warrant for the gaming system. They seized electronic records looking for evidence -- like pictures, videos and emails -- that might link Wesley Hadsell to his stepdaughter's disappearance, according to court documents. "It has been my experience that individuals often communicate with their victims via e-mail and through other computer-based programs," a Norfolk officer wrote in a search warrant. "In addition, a suspect's electronic equipment often has digital evidence of crimes committed by the suspect."
     
  2. Chris_B

    Chris_B [H]ardness Supreme

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    So her stepfather had gps to the body, gloves, duct tape and a dirty shovel....Nah nothing to that at all.
     
  3. Wrecked Em

    Wrecked Em [H]ere for the GangBang

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    Somebody in the department must have finished Jack Ryan on Amazon.
     
  4. YeuEmMaiMai

    YeuEmMaiMai Death Incarnate

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    waits for rest of story where he was doing things he should not have been with her...