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A judge has released lists of items found during the investigation of the death of a young woman who was married to a Marine deployed overseas when she went missing last April.

The cars and home and hotel room of Jessica Lopez and Dorothy Maraglino and Louis Perez were all searched. All three defendants have pleaded not guilty to the kidnap and torture and murder of Brittany Killgore, 22, whose body was found April 17, 2012.

Detectives listed the following as some of the items seized during different searches:

Black cell phone, nylon rope and hairs from rope, open container of latex gloves.

Packing tape and duct tape, used duct tape, roll of pink tape, roll of red tape.

Plastic bags, open package plastic drop cloths.

Rope/pulley system in plastic bag – utility room, red skill saw in downstairs bedroom closet, Black & Decker saber saw in downstairs bedroom closet.

Apparent fingernail found on top of washer outside.

Misc documents – slave contract, Slave Rules Handwritten Note on top of file cabinet, red dog collar with heart pendant and red stains, condoms.

Scripto Lighter, bottle lighter fluid, Leatherman tool, folding knife. MCX grocery bag w/gloves, stun baton, trash, green ammunition box w/.223 rounds,AR-15 case & supplies, hair (on) stun gun.

The next court date for the three defendants is currently set in December.

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SurfPuppy619 Aug. 29, 2012 @ 8:22 p.m.

If the vicitms hair or nail is what they found the case is over for the dirtbags.

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Eva Knott Aug. 30, 2012 @ 7:56 a.m.

Fresh information:

Sheriff’s Detective Brian Patterson stated that he spoke with a woman who loaned a dress to her friend, Brittany Killgore, the night the doomed woman believed she was going out on a dinner cruise, April 13.

Brittany Killgore's friend told the detective: “the sequined purple dress Killgore was wearing the night she went missing was new and had never been washed. (The friend) who loaned this dress to Killgore (said) these sequins would fall off regularly.”

Det. Patterson wrote in a request for a new search warrant that “the sequins were not looked for” during his first search on April 16, and he wanted to look again in the white Ford Explorer owned by Louis Perez. In the inventory of collected items from his search April 24, the detective listed floor mats and a seat cover and carpet from “rear cargo.”

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SurfPuppy619 Aug. 30, 2012 @ 4:17 p.m.

Patterson sounds like your typical GED edcuated cop. She has already been placed in the vehicle- we already have established that conclusively, she got in when she was p/u by the dirtbag-we know that already-finding a purple sequin will not prove anything if it was found in the vehicle. They need to find one where the abuse/torture/murder went down.

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Visduh Sept. 3, 2012 @ 9:25 a.m.

Every time I see a picture of that ape, I think of the Marines recruiting slogan "a few good men." They sure missed the boat with him. Or did they? Maybe that's the sort of animal who succeeds in the Corps.

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