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    TX - Christina Morris, 23, Plano, 30 August 2014 - #26 *Arrest*

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    TX TX - Christina Marie Morris, 23, Plano, 30 August 2014 - #15

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    Rules on drug discussion...

    You can speculate about the drugs

    You can speculate about the phone calls from EA's phone to Hunter the night Christina disappeared

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    The VI's say it was Christina that used EA's phone to call Hunter, this can be explored

    Hunter is NOT a POI in the disappearance of Christina, he is not to be discussed this way. He is not sleuthable.

    No one in the article named in the drug arrest is sleuthable.

    We are not going to speculate on what Christina knows about the drugs

    Victim bashing is not allowed, this includes Christina, her family and friends.

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    Affidavit: DNA of missing Fort Worth woman found on trunk of suspect’s Camaro
    Published: December 19, 2014 10:37 am

    New details released Friday show that a swab taken from the edge of the trunk opening of Enrique Arochi’s Camaro was a perfect match to DNA of Christina Morris, despite Arochi’s statements to police that the missing woman was never in his car.

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    Documents related to that arrest had been sealed but then were released by the court on Friday morning.

    Police say interviews show that Arochi was angry that night because another friend had “refused his sexual advances” and that “an opportunity presented itself for him to act upon his anger and sexual frustration when he found himself alone” with Morris.

    According to the probable cause affidavit for Arochi’s arrest, the DNA sample of Morris on Arochi’s car was not from mere touch but more likely from a bodily fluid such as blood or saliva, according to analysis by Dr. R. Staub, the Plano Police Department’s expert on DNA.

    http://planoblog.dallasnews.com/2014...-suspect.html/

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    TX - Christina Marie Morris, 23, Plano, 30 August 2014 - #26 -*Arrest*

    Last edited by Coldpizza; 12-20-2014 at 09:20 AM.

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    I suppose I'll just move my last thought on over to this thread, lol..
    not sure how to do it properly though..

    "Quote Originally Posted by hockeymom4 View Post
    I agree with you. But, it was said her phone died not almost dead which was why she couldn't use it. This is confusing to me."


    if i have 10% or less battery left on my phone, i wont use it. in case of emergency i dont want it to completely die. so id ask to use some ones phone to call my bf real quick and let him know to leave the door unlocked. so maybe it was assumed her phone was dead because she borrowed his, but it actually had a LITTLE charge left... which would be very smart, and lucky for her now that we find out it did ping!

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    http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2014/12/19/l...missing-woman/

    It would be in ALL of our best interests to read the docs linked above in their entirety (and keep 'em handy!)...as we move forward to help #findchristina

    IMO

    (brought my own post over from last thread...is that weird?!? Sorry)
    Last edited by m_brown; 12-19-2014 at 02:43 PM.

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    "Based on the evidence detailed in this Affidavit, Affiant believes Enrique Gutierrez Arochi intentionally and knowingly abducted Christina Marie Morris as Affiant does not find it reasonable, especially in light of additional lies found to have been told by Arochi about his activities with Morris the morning she disappeared, that Christina Morris voluntarily entered the trunk of Arochi's Camaro. Thus, Affiant believes Christina Morris would have had to have been placed or forced into the trunk of Arochi's vehicle without her consent by Enrique Gutierrez Arochi in order for her DNA to be present in that location. "

    "Based on personal investigation, Affiant believes that these samples constitute evidence related to an aggravated kidnapping offense committed near the 5700 block of Legacy Drive in Plano, Collin County..."
    https://cbsdallas.files.wordpress.co...dna-return.pdf

    They do not believe she got into the Camaro willingly in the parking garage IMO. BBM

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    I wonder if they have EA returning to the shops on camera? Surely they would've arrested him long ago if they had more footage right? Maybe forensics on the phones took awhile. Sorry to have both asked a question and possibly answered it in my post. Ugh

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    Quote Originally Posted by misslu View Post
    I wonder if they have EA returning to the shops on camera? Surely they would've arrested him long ago if they had more footage right? Maybe forensics on the phones took awhile. Sorry to have both asked a question and possibly answered it in my post. Ugh
    According to the docs released today, DNA analysis did not come back until Dec. 9. So who know which took longer, the DNA or phone/ping records, but I believe they wanted both back prior to arrest IMO.
    Last edited by m_brown; 12-19-2014 at 02:34 PM. Reason: corrected date


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    Map is updated, let me know if you see errors.

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    Is it possible that he punched her and knocked her out and then placed her in his trunk and then took off?

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    You do have to wonder why she called Her other friend to tell him She was still walking w EA... Not saying I think he took part, just saying it's kinda weird unless someone, herself even, felt odd w EA.

    The list they found, IMo, is a list that was made about things that could tie him to this.
    I don't know his preferred language but it may not of been him who wrote the list.

    Jmo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by catpatrol View Post
    Map is updated, let me know if you see errors.
    perhaps add CMs phone ping to same location as EAs near the shops at 4:47am?

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    FOX 4 News
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    DNA of Christina Morris found in trunk of Enrique Arochi's car.... new details released in arrest warrant..... http://bit.ly/1sPajIW

    ( old news to some of you but I just saw it )

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