PURCELL - Investigators searching Kevin Ray Underwood's apartment found the victim's body in a container, her bike in pieces, meat tenderizer, skewers, sex toys, handcuffs, possible porn videos and a blood-like stain on the bathtub, records show. Underwood, 26, is charged with first-degree murder. The bizarre case includes the accusation he intended to eat the corpse of his victim, 10-year-old neighbor Jamie Rose Bolin. At a news conference Saturday, Police Chief David Tompkins disclosed the key evidence found in the search of the downstairs apartment. More details were revealed in an inventory filed Thursday in McClain County District Court. Underwood was arrested April 14 after he confessed to an FBI agent as the agent looked into the taped, plastic container holding her body, police and the FBI wrote in court affidavits. The container was in the bedroom closet. Investigators recovered Jamie's body, panties, clothing and eyeglasses, according to the inventory. They found the frame of her bike and one tire under Underwood's bed and more bike parts in a black duffel bag in a closet. A bike chain was in the stairwell. Also in the bedroom closet was a box with sex toys, handcuffs and a Barbie doll, the inventory shows. In a dresser bottom drawer, were women's underwear. Underwood is single. Underwood is accused of beating Jamie with a wooden cutting board, then smothering her with his hand and duct tape. He is accused of using a dagger to try to cut her head off after death. Investigators reported finding a cutting board and duct tape. They also seized three knives, three swords and a hacksaw. A blood-like stain was found on the bathtub, and another stain was on a wall near the vanity closet in the bedroom. A "wipe with blood-like substance was in the kitchen trash. Investigators also reported finding two prescription bottles for Underwood and an empty packet for Lexapro, an anti-depressant. Other seized evidence included incense, papers, spiral notebooks, books, cameras and a computer. Contributing: Staff Writer Josh Rabe
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