Text from the Search Warrant Affidavit - Kevin Underwood's home

Oklahoman Published: April 19, 2006
Advertisement
;
T
hat there is often an attempt to alter, destroy, remove, clean up, or cover evidence of a crime. That traces may be left in the form of blood, physiological fluids and secretions, hair, fibers, fingerprints, palmprints, footprints, fingernails, shoeprints, shoes, clothing and other garments, weapons, including, hunting instruments, and cutting tools, blunt force instruments, items containing traces of any of the proceeding articles, items of personal property found on the premises which show that person or persons have custody and control of the articles sought, or the described premises. That many of the above items are minute and/or microscopic, therefore their detection and preservation for later presentation in court requires specialized examination by forensic laboratory techniques.

That your Affiant has personal knowledge, based upon Affiant's training and experience, that a crime scene, such as is described above, will contain physical evidence, hereinbefore itemized, which will aid in establishing the identity of the perpetrator(s), the circumstances under which time crime was committed, and/or which in general will assist in the discovery of the pertinent facts, and these items must be properly preserved for later presentation in court. That such evidence requires a detailed and systematic search to locate, seize, record and process. Further, your Affiant has personal knowledge, based upon Affiant's training and experience that the scene of a crime must be photographed in order to record the location of evidence found and the layout of the crime scene in general for later presentation in court.

That based upon the foregoing facts and information, your Affiant believes that evidence of a crime will be found within and upon the hereinbefore described place to be searched.

The apartment above-described is not now occupied and is being secured by police officers. Further the Apartment is a crime scene. Your Affiant request that a nighttime warrant be authorized.

Further sayeth not your Affiant.

Therefore, I request a warrant to be issued directing the search of the above residence for the above items any time of the day.

_________________________________

AFFIANT

SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN to before me this 14th day of April, 2006.

______________________________________

JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT

SEARCH WARRANT

STATE OF OKLAHOMA )

) SS.

COUNTY OF MCCLAIN )

TO ANY SHERIFF, POLICEMAN, OSBI AGENT OR LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER OR PEACE OFFICER IN THE COUNTY OF MCCLAIN:

Probable cause having been shown this date before me, by Detective Mike Morrow, for believing the following property:

1000 North 8th Street, Purcell, State of Oklahoma, more specifically described as the Purcell Park Apartments. Directions to the apartment are as follows: From the intersection of Green Ave., and Grant Street. Proceed south to Pierce Street, the turn west onto Pierce Street and go to 8th Street, then turn south and go approximately 330 feet to the parking lot entrance. From the parking lot travel approximately 86 feet east bound to the southeast corner of the building. Then travel 60 feet north from the parking lot to the first landing. The apartment complex consist of four apartment buildings. Apartment 115 is located in the building on the east side of the complex and runs parallel to 9th Street. The building is a two story reddish brick building with green trim and a flat roof. Apartment 115 is located in the southernmost section of the building and is the apartment located on the southeast corner of the breezeway. The front door of the apartment is green in color and the numbers 115 are on a white plate at the top of the door. See maps page 1 0f 6 attached hereto as exhibit "A. Further, a 1998 Buick 4 door vehicle, Oklahoma tag MPP-116, VIN #1G4HR52K5wh526344 which is parked in the parking lot of the above-mention address. The vehicle is parked on the north side in the southwest corner of the parking lot directly to the rear of Apartment 115.

all within the City of Purcell, County of McClain, State of Oklahoma, there is now certain property or tangible items, and that said property is subject to seizure upon one or more grounds as set forth in Title 21 § 645, namely:

1. Evidence concerning an investigation of the crime of murder, including but not limited to, the human remains of Jamie Rose Bolin, blood, physiological fluids and secretions, hair, fibers, fingerprints, palmprints, footprints, shoeprints, shoes, clothing and other garments, weapons, cutting instruments and tools, blunt force instruments, items containing traces of any of the preceding articles, items of personal property found on the premises which show what person or persons have custody and control of the articles sought at the described premises which constitutes evidence of the commission of a crime, evidence that a particular person participated in the commission of a crime, and the instrumentality of the crime(s) of murder.

Constitutes evidence of the commission of a crime, evidence that a particular person participated in the commission of a crime, and the instrumentality of the crime(s) of murder,

all of which is subject to being lawfully seized for the following reason, to‑wit:

1. Evidence of a crime.

2. Personal computer, to include but not limited to electronic storage devices, disk drives, floppy drives, memory sticks.

3. A girl's 20 inch bicycle, purplish in color.

and as I am presently satisfied that there is probable cause to believe that the property or tangible items so described are presently being concealed on the above described premises, and that the foregoing grounds for the issuance of this Search Warrant do exist: Further that the Apartment is not now occupied and is a crime seen and that nighttime service is authorized.

YOU ARE THEREFORE COMMANDED AND INSTRUCTED to search forthwith the place so named and described at any time of the day or night, for the property or tangible items so specified herein, serving a copy of the Warrant and making the search at any time of the day; and should property or items be seized, to leave a copy of a written inventory at said premises, and to return this Warrant within ten (10) days of this date, and to preserve and produce said property or items as required by law.

DATED this 14th day of April, 2006, at o'clock p.m.

__________________________________

JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT

NIGHTTIME SERVICE AUTHORIZED: ___________________________________

JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT

NewsOK.com has disabled the comments for this article.