Here are a bunch of links that haven't been posted in this timeline thread yet, also some video transcripts.
Jaren Lockhart WDSU Timeline:
Jaren FB Group:
Jaren's photobucket and xanga:
Speak's criminal record links:
MAS online accounts & pictures:
Local reporter twitter accounts:
June 7th 2012 NOPD Press release
June 7th 2012 Torso found on beach
Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating 22-year-old Jaren Lockhart, who was last seen by her boyfriend leaving a house in the 2400 block of Tulane Avenue on Tuesday June 5, 2012 at about 8pm.
June 8th 2012 Raw Video: Hancock County Sheriff Ricky Adam
Hancock County Sheriff's Chief Investigator Glenn Grannan said the remains apparently washed ashore and were found early Thursday evening by workers dredging along the beach near Bay Oaks Drive.
"We don't believe she has been out here long," Grannan said.
Reporter: What condition was the body in, that you found?
Ricky Adam: It had been in the water several days - and it's just a torso. Uh, decapitated, no arms, no legs. Bad condition.
Reporter: Do we know who it might be? Are there several missing women in the gulf area?
Ricky Adam: There are several missing woman from New Orleans, from Mobile and- at this time we're investigating. Detective Grannan has been in touch with several agencies- so- that's about as far as we can go with it as far as identifying what areas we're looking at.
June 8th 2012 Torso found in Bay St. Louis could be that of missing Mid-City woman
June 8th 2012 Torso found on Bay St. Louis beach may be missing N.O. woman
Based on yesterday's high winds and high tides, Bass said it appeared likely that the torso floated in from somewhere toward the west of Bay St. Louis. There were no signs of a homicide taking place at the beach, he said.
June 8th 2012 Police: Young woman had been decapitated, dismembered, stabbed
Investigators said the movement of the current, from west to east, could have carried the remains from the New Orleans area to Bay St. Louis, within that time frame.
"We had a strong range and probably moved the tides somewhere around four knots," Grannan said. "So, it could have moved that torso very far in 24 hours, 36 hours."
June 9th 2012 Officials identify remains found on Mississippi beaches
"Because all her body parts were not there, anything we saw could be the cause of death," Faulk said.
It wasn't clear if the young woman was stabbed before or after she was mutilated.
June 9th 2012 More body parts wash ashore; investigators ID victim
"Some clothes were found also in Long Beach, about a 200 yard section of the beach. Some women's under apparel and pants were found," said Chief Dep. Don Bass with the Hancock County Sheriffs office.
Investigators say those clothes were the same ones Lockhart was wearing in a surveillance video they saw of her leaving work early Wednesday morning.
"Early this morning around 6:00 a.m., a discovery was made in Pass Christian of part of a leg." said Bass.
After police got the call, officers were dispatched on four wheelers and boats to search for other body parts. About an hour and a half after part of a leg was found, a thigh was spotted along the shoreline. Then, just before 8:00 a.m., Lockhart's head was found at Picture Point in Long Beach. A fourth body part was found around 11:00 a.m. in Pass Christian.
June 9th 2012 Tattoos help Mississippi deputies identify dismembered remains
Grannan said, "Our primary focus, up to this point, had been identifying the victim about midway last night into our investigation concerning that, we started to switch focus to try and determine who is responsible for this heinous act."
And as the investigation moves forward so does the search for Lockhart's remains.
Bass said, "We will continue throughout the day to see if we can recover any more parts."
June 9th 2012 Dismembered body identified as missing woman from New Orleans
An employee at Temptations strip club at 327 Bourbon said Lockhart worked the night shift from 8 p.m. to 3 a.m.
The day her boyfriend reported Lockhart missing, Price said, he explained he could no longer pay for his room and moved his belongings to an acquaintance's room at the same motel. Price said he hasn't seen the boyfriend since then.
In a news release Thursday afternoon, police said Lockhart's boyfriend reported that he became concerned when he was unable to reach her and contacted police.
June 10th 2012 Video: Videos may hold clues in strip club dancer's death
“We still haven’t established where the crime took place,” Grannan noted. “We’ll probably have to catch the perpetrator to determine that.”
“We know that she did make it to work,” Grannan noted. “We also know when she left. Now we’re just trying to identify who she left with. She may have left with some people that are not known to everybody.”
Jennifer Odom, Jaren's friend: The cops actually came up there and they talked to us, talked to everyone- we gave 'em, you know - as much information as we knew.
Reporter: Jennifer Odom is a dancer too, and Lockhart's neighbor here at Mid-City's Capri Motel.
Jennifer Odom: She lived downstairs and sometimes we rode to work together- but, actually, another friend of mine used to pick her up for work. She was like, a really nice girl- like, she was always happy- you know, like- fun to be around, fun to hang out with.
Jennifer Odom: It scares a lot of us, you know- but- the most- the most thing is not to leave with anyone that you don't know.
Jennifer Odom: She never, like, left with anyone she didn't know or anything like that and she's never like- not came back, you know- so we knew something was wrong when she didn't come back that- that- early that morning, you know.
Jennifer Odom: I couldn't imagine that happening to anyone- it's really, like, dramatic and serious, you know?
Jennifer Odom: She was one of our really good friends and we just really hope that it wouldn't have been her- and, like- it's really sad that- it is.
June 11th 2012 Hancock County investigators pour over tapes, consult experts
June 11th 2012 Woman whose body parts were found on Miss. beaches last seen on video
Tidal experts arrived at the Hancock County Sheriff's Office on Monday evening.
Investigators said they have interviewed the boyfriend of Jaren Lockhart, 22, extensively and that he is cooperating. They said he confirmed clothing that washed ashore over the weekend is Lockhart's.
June 11th 2012 Video: Sheriff's deputies take murder investigation to New Orleans
Authorities are attempting to locate the man and the woman seen on the video. The surveillance video is expected to be released to the public on Tuesday.
Reporter: A possible sighting of some clothing Monday morning brought search teams back to the beach in Long Beach.
Don Bass: Well, we're following up leads on the beach here. Of course, we're- we're continuing our search for any- um, body parts- any clothing. We discovered some parts Saturday and some clothing Saturday on the beach and had some calls today about possible additional parts of clothing but, looking at the tide and all, it might have taken it back out. We'll just keep checking.
Reporter: Investigators want to recover every bit on evidence connected to the grizzly murder of 22 year old Jaren Lockhart. The New Orleans dancer's torso turned up on the beach in Bay St. Louis last week. Over the weekend, several body parts were discovered in Harrison County, but other remains are still missing.
Jim Faulk: The right upper thigh, the feet- um, the lower arms and hands- and that's it.
Reporter: Hancock County coroner Jim Faulk says he doesn't believe the mutilated body parts had been in the water too long.
Jim Faulk: She couldn't have been.
Reporter: Faulk wouldn't reveal the exact cause of death, but says Lockhart had a stab wound to the chest and was intentionally dismembered.
Jim Faulk: I don't know how to tell what's in somebody's head that would do a thing like that. I can't- just can't understand it.
Don Bass: We're pursuing every lead that we have and every phone call.
Jim Faulk: I've seen several horrible things since I've been here.
Reporter: And this ranks?
Jim Faulk: And this ranks right with them.
June 12th 2012 Video: News conference on Lockhart murder investigation
Glenn Grannon: And this male and female are the two individuals that leave with our victim just after two in the morning on Wednesday morning. Just looking at him- he's, he's not very tall- because she's-uh, later on when we have him next to our victim, she's only 5'3 and he's at best, maybe- maybe an inch or two taller than her- because he's almost her size. So, he's short for a male. And, we know a little bit about where they went afterwards- fortunately downtown merchants have-uh, all- almost everyone has some sort of surveillance camera so we're able to track them around the corner and a couple different places.
Q: And what time is the last time you were able to track them?
Glenn Grannon: Uh- probably two thirty in the morning.
Ricky Adam: The male appears to have a distinctive tattoo on his right arm.
Like a full length tattoo from maybe the hand up to the elbow, and above that.
Glenn Grannon: We're providing this information to help us identify who these people are. They- I'm sure both of them know that- uh, we're looking for them, hopefully. But our concern is that both of them could be- there safety could be in peril. I mean, if they seen something that the perpetrator didn't want them to see, they could be in trouble.
Q: So you don't feel like these people are the perpetrators, they just may have seen something?
Glenn Grannon: We don't know. I'm not going to assume anything, you know- because- I mean, every- obviously the people that she left- that the victim left with were known to some people that were working in the area, and they didn't feel threatened by them at all before, you know- so- we don't have any reason to believe- or any- we don't have any reason to rule them out, we don't have any reason to put them in. All we have is them leaving with her.
Glenn Grannon: We believe the female is a street performer, or was a street performer. We're not sure- sure what the male- we believe, we haven't confirmed it yet- may or may have not been a doorman in one of the other clubs. You know, the clubs don't- there's not a real- there's not a real good record about who the employees are. If they're not involved, they could be victims. If nothing else, they're witnesses to the last time we know that she is alive. So, if that is the case, you know- the perpetrator knows the same thing.
Ricky Adam: To- to put this out there- to ask the public to help. Somebody will recognize these folks, they know we're looking for them and they haven't contacted us yet. So, it's our desire to put this out there and somebody will identify them.
Q: Beyond asking the public for help, what is the next law enforcement step besides getting what ever you're hearing from those on Bourbon Street who might have worked or been *inaudible*
Glenn Grannon: Well, obviously our priority is identifying these two and hopefully getting- getting contact with them. You know, contact is going to be a major step. Identifying them is one thing, but you know- if they're involved, they could- you know, they're probably in the wind.
Glenn Grannon: We're showing this so you could see who these people are and hopefully somebody can identify them. But I'm verifying for you- they- that's the reason we are showing it to you- because she left with these people.
Ricky Adam: Well, any time you get a case like this it's new, and you're working with multi-jurisdictions, uh- it's complicated whether it's a theft ring or a murder but in this case- this homicide- uh, it's been challenging but we're received a lot of- a lot of assistance from all the different agencies- they've been very helpful. Nobody has held anything back, it's been really- a great professional working relationship with all these people involved.
June 12th 2012 Raw Video: Surveillance released from night of Jaren Lockhart's disappearance
June 12th 2012 Video: Video from night of Jaren Lockhart's disappearance released
Reporter: From New Orleans to where she grew up in Livingston parish around Springfield, folks say Jaren was not just a dancer in the quarter.
Glenn Grannon: Everyone we spoke to- on the contrary- I mean- she- she seemed like a princess to them, you know.
June 12th 2012 Video: Deputies look to tattoos to track down a person of interest in Jaren Lockhart murder
Glenn Grannon: We could probably identify that tattoo- you know, once we enhance this- enhance the photography we have.
Glenn Grannon: Tattoos are personal, you know. We have military tattoos specific to different units. You know, Marines and Navy personnel- you know, they have different units and they all have the same tattoo- we have gang tattoos.
June 12th 2012 Video of 2 'persons of interest' in murder released by authorities
June 12th 2012 Authorities seek identity of couple last seen with murder victim
The effort to find Lockhart's killer stretches across multiple counties and parishes in two states; the U.S. Marshals service is also involved. Also assisting are tidal experts at University of Mississippi, who are helping to determine where and when the body entered the water. Still missing are Lockhart's arms, hands, feet, and a portion of one leg. Nothing was found on Tuesday, Grannan said.
Adam said his office are fielding "a lot" of calls from citizens offering tips.
"In 39 years on the job," said chief deputy Don Bass, "it's the most horrific thing I've seen."
A memorial fund has been created for Jaren Ann Lockhart, 22, who was found murdered late last week after disappearing from her workplace in the French Quarter of New Orleans.
Anyone wishing to help cover the expenses of this young mother’s funeral may donate at any Whitney or Hancock Bank, under the “Jaren Lockhart Memorial Fund” account.
June 13th 2012 Video: Police arrest suspects in murder investigation
Ricky Adam: We had numerous calls from the video that was shown on the TV.
Reporter: One of those calls led authorities straight to the two people pictured in the video. Hancock County Sheriff Ricky Adam says the two are now suspects in the murder of Jaren Lockhart.
Ricky Adam: Our investigators went to Louisiana, located them in a little town in Tangipahoa parish, Loranger- at a restaurant. Tangipahoa Sheriff's department made a traffic stop when they left.
Reporter: Sheriff Adam says at some point during the traffic stop, Speaks bolted.
Ricky Adam: Mr. Speaks, as he's identified now, did attempt to flee from the custody of police officers and was apprehended to my best understanding my the US Marshals in a field in a wooded area.
Reporter: Chief Deputy Don Bass says Speaks is a convicted sex offender from North Carolina.
Don Bass: We understand he has a colorful past.
Ricky Adam: They have been interviewed and that's about as far as we can go with it a this point.
Don Bass: They are being interviewed now.
Ricky Adam: And they're being interviewed again right now, so. Their vehicle is being processed. FBI is assisting us with the processing of the vehicle.
Reporter: The two have not been charged with Lockhart's murder, but the Sheriff says that could possibly come later.
Ricky Adam: At some time they'll be transported to New Orleans and held for the Marshals there before he is extradited back to North Carolina, should evidence come up between now and then- we're going to let the evidence dictate the steps we take from there.
June 13th 2012 Video: Investigation into N.O. woman's killing includes Kenner, Hancock County, Tangipahoa and federal court
Ricky Adam: She was driving- they checked her ID, found out who she was, identified her. The male suspect- or person of interest that was with her- then bolted and ran. So, the Marshals did capture him- they came on the scene, captured him a short time later in a wooded area sometime around 9 o clock last night.
Reporter: What do you know about this couple?
Kevin Rodriguez, neighbor: Him, I really don't know too much about. I mean, the couple times that i have seen him he's- he doesn't wave, say hi, say bye- he doesn't say anything. Her- she's come over here and talked to us a couple times, stuff like that but- I mean, she's a little weird but I mean- I would have never expected that.
June 13th 2012 Video: Two suspects in Lockhart murder case in custody
Ricky Adam: We know that they left the- the place of business with her. We'll let the evidence- you know, lead us to whether they're involved in the murder or not, but we know they were together.
June 13th 2012 Video: Two suspects in Lockhart murder in custody
Don Bass: What we're being advised at this time is he's wanted from North Carolina, Surry County for failure to register as a sex offender
June 13th 2012 Raw Video: Margaret Sanchez returns to jail
June 13th 2012 Extradition hearing continues Thursday for woman sought in death of Jaren Lockhart
June 13th 2012 Video: Police search home in connection with Lockhart case
June 13th 2012 Raw Video: Kenner police search area of home in Lockhart case
June 13th 2012 Raw Video: Kenner police search home of two persons of interest in Lockhart case
Earlier Wednesday afternoon, Sanchez appeared at the Tangipahoa Parish Courthouse in Amite for an extradition hearing, but was physically unable to complete the process because of her uncontrollable sobbing. Sanchez’s attorney said she was in no condition to sign the extradition paperwork, and that she requested to “speak with her father” before making any decisions or statements. Sanchez was returned to the Tangipahoa Parish Jail then, and her court hearing has been postponed until tomorrow, June 14.
June 13th 2012 Police search home in connection with Lockhart case
June 13th 2012 Video: Police search home in connection with Lockhart case
Mid-afternoon on Wednesday, Kenner police served a search warrant on a single-family home in the 2000 block of Connecticut Avenue, near Armstrong International Airport, where Speaks and Sanchez were believed to be living.
Police dogs were part of the search.
Reporter: Neighbors say the couple was quiet, but their behavior odd. One woman says that Sanchez was gaunt and often appeared out of it.
Mary Scott, neighbor: This is something that's been very dear to my heart because of the tragedy, you know, it's just unreal. And then to think- I could understand- from seeing what I used to see here, I could understand.
June 13th 2012 Video: Neighbors describe living next to Lockhart suspects
Reporter: Neighbors describe the couple who lived in this Kenner home as odd, that they were night owls and kept to themselves. But it's an incident that happened about a month ago that has one woman quite shaken. My story tonight contains adult content.
Kevin Rodriguez, neighbor: It's pretty crazy to be happening right here in front the house like this.
Reporter: Those living on Connecticut Ave in Kenner say their neighbors were strange, but never imagined they'd be suspects in a grizzly murder investigation.
Reporter: Did you recognize them?
Kevin Rodriguez: Yeah. As soon as I saw it on TV.
Mary Scott, neighbor: It's just unreal.
Reporter: But it's what happened a month ago that has one neighbor- who didn't want to show her face- shaking.
Neighbor: About a month ago my little girl and her two friends came home and they said "Mom, this guy is playing with himself."
Reporter: She says that man was Terry Speaks.
Neighbor: Well, he was standing by the garbage can *inaudible* and I- so I came up and I started coming and he ran to the backyard.
Reporter: Watching the horrific details unfurl on television has left her sick.
Neighbor: I thought I had to have pictures to call the police. I didn't know. But let me tell you something- I wish I would have called the police now. That scares me to death. Really hurts my heart that I didn't do nothing about it. I should have done something about it. I really know that now in my heart.
June 13th 2012 Video: Persons Of Interest In Dancer Murder No Stranger To Bourbon Street
"She was a party girl," said Louis Goins as he worked the door of a French Quarter club Wednesday evening. Goins was talking about Margaret Sanchez, one of two persons of interest in the death of a Bourbon Street dancer whose dismembered body was found along the beach in Mississippi.
"He was always the jealous type person. He had his mood swings like when guys talk to his girl. Every time she'd see me, I'd give her a hug, and you could just kind of see the look on his face," the performer said.
June 13th 2012 Jaren Lockhart's family speaks out for the first time
June 13th 2012 Videos: Jaren Lockhart's family speaks out
June 13th 2012 Mother of Lockhart murder suspect defends her son
June 13th 2012 Video: Mother of Lockhart murder suspect defends son
"It's been killing me for the lat few days. Everybody says be strong. But its hard to be strong," said Lockhart's mother, Donna. "It's like somebody ripped my heart out of my body."
"I'm numb, just dead on the inside," said father, Pete Singer.
For her brother Lance who she affectionately nicknamed Bubba, what's most haunting for him is that he couldn't be there for the little sister he says he protected all his life.
"You know what is running through my head; that's what's running through my head. Bubba help me and I ain't there," said Lance.
Reporter: Deborah Johnson defends her son Terry Speaks all the way from Mount Airy, North Carolina which is his hometown. And she says he was a loving person who she can't believe is in this kind of trouble and she says she didn't even know he was in Louisiana until she got a phone call.
Deborah Johnson: I said, "Well hey Chris," I said what's up, 'cause I hadn't talked to him in three months, he said "Momma, I'm up here in jail." I said "What they got you for?" he said "I'm a suspect in a murder case," and I said "Well did you do it?" and he said, "No." and I said "Well if you didn't do it, then you'll get out of it."
Reporter: Johnson says her son had been traveling to find good work, and the last time she talked to him, was in San Diego.
"I ain't never knew him to be in no trouble. He ain't the kind of guy that gets in trouble," said Johnson.
June 13th 2012 Persons of interest now suspects in Jaren Lockhart's death
June 13th 2012 Hancock investigators believe murdered dancer Jaren Lockhart lured to after-hours party
The couple was arrested about 10 p.m. Tuesday in a traffic stop in Loranger, La. The vehicle, a 2001 Chevy Lumina, was seized for the collection of evidence.
"They had gone to a function, or a party, at an establishment and investigators and marshals waited for them to exit, for safety reasons," Bass said. "Both of them gave officers wrong names and bad information, and Mr. Speaks attempted to flee, and was caught after a foot chase through a field."
Police have arrested the couple seen leaving Temptations strip club with Lockhart when she got off work in the early hours of June 6: Terry Christopher Speaks, 39, and Margaret A. Sanchez, 28, who live in the suburb of Kenner.
Lockhart's body began washing up on Mississippi shores, piece by piece, on June 7. Two dancers have told a Hancock County sheriff's investigator that Sanchez approached them, offering money if they would "work" a small party.
"We believe they were recruiting someone to go off with them and they finally got one," said Glenn Grannan, chief investigator with the Hancock County Sheriff's Office.
June 13th 2012 Couple in custody as police investigate murder
June 13th 2012 Man in federal custody
"They are observed leaving with the victim and surveillance video in the area were able to follow them for a few blocks, so we know they stayed with the victim," Bass said. "We'd like to question them about what they know after they left the club and do they know the location the victim may have went to from there."
June 14th 2012 Raw Video: Woman in Lockhart investigation appears in court
June 14th 2012 Sanchez fights extradition in Lockhart slaying
Federal prosecutors have asked to have Speaks held as a flight risk, Letten said.
Both Speaks and Sanchez are listed with the same address in Kenner, and were booked into the Tangipahoa Parish jail — Sanchez on a charge of resisting an officer, and Speaks on a charge of aggravated assault and on fugitive warrants from North Carolina and Virginia.
Speaks also has used the names Leslie Allen Rice or Leslie Allen Sanchez, Grannan said.
June 14th 2012 Bail set for woman fighting extradition in Lockhart investigation
Investigators are working to process evidence in the case and keep Sanchez and Speaks in custody.
Sanchez was advised by the defenders not to sign the extradition waiver and not to answer questions about the case. They want to know by next week, if not sooner, details of any effort or basis for the extradition.
June 14th 2012 Video: Suspect in Lockhart murder refuses extradition to Mississippi
The woman arrested on unrelated charges who is under investigation in the disappearance and gruesome killing of a Mid-City woman appeared in court on Thursday.
Her bail was set at $1,500.
The hearing was over about 10 a.m. Sanchez was represented by two public defenders in Tangipahoa Parish. She did not waive extradition, meaning she is fighting to not go to Mississippi, where investigators want to interview her. Sanchez's lawyers said the information from Hancock County, Miss., was insufficient, and she shouldn't be required to be extradited.
Allen Harvey: We don't have any information. The district attorney's office here doesn't have any information as far as charges in Mississippi, so we can't advise our client to waive extradition to Mississippi until we find out what they have and what they want.
Reporter: Sanchez public defender explains what will happen if charges are filed in Hancock County.
Reggie McIntyre: They'll bring her back to court, if the state of Mississippi sends another- another- uh, warrant in to have her transferred to Mississippi.
June 14th 2012 Video: Dancer says she was approached by suspects
For Sanchez, it's been an emotional couple of days. In court Thursday, she displayed a much calmer demeanor than on Wednesday, when she cried uncontrollably.
Reporter: Stilettos is right next door to Temptations on Bourbon Street and now an employee there says she was approached by the couple suspected in the dancer's death who worked at Temptations.
Sheila Nand: Very freaked out- like, oh my gosh- those are the people that approached me.
Reporter: Sheila Nand says while preforming inside Stilettos she got a generous offer.
Sheila Nand: I was on stage and while I was on stage I was approached by a woman that asked me if I was- uh, another woman and she asked me if I wanted to go home with her and her boyfriend and I said I don't work outside of the club and then- uh, got off stage- they were still there.
Reporter: The price offered Nand was 700 bucks. Nand identifies the couple as Margaret Sanchez and Terry Speaks. Both are suspects in the murder of 22 year old Jaren Lockhart. Nand describes Sanchez as being persistent during their encounter.
Sheila Nand: And that's the fishy thing about it- when she approached me onstage she asked me if I wanted to go home with her and her boyfriend as a third party, as a gift to him, you know. And she's just looking at me like, so hungry- like, are you sure you don't want to do this?
Reporter: She says there were other red flags.
Sheila Nand: She changed the story on me and said, you know, do I want to go to a private party with her? You know, "it would be safe, it was only going to take a short amount of time"- there was a bouncer which would be her boyfriend there- you know, it's was all good.
Reporter: A manager here at Stilettos who didn't want to go on camera did confirm to us that Speaks did work here for less than a year. He said he seemed like a nice guy and he had been gone for about two months.
Sheila Nand: He's always portrayed himself as a really sweet guy, very shy.
June 14th 2012 Video: Suspects may have been targeting strip club dancers
June 14th 2012 Hancock County Deputy Don Bass said they are checking out Nand's story about encountering the suspects in the French Quarter.
Reporter: Though neither have been charged, investigators now believe the two suspects Terry Speaks and Margaret Sanchez tried to lure other Bourbon Street dancers to their home that same night Jaren Lockhart left club Temptations with the couple.
Glenn Grannan: Both girls were asked to come- you know, join them in maybe- um, like- a threesome or- and then they changed it to a party- you know, where they would make- you know, 700 - 800 dollars, something to entice them to go.
Reporter: Hancock County investigator Glenn Grannan talks to two women who say Margaret Sanchez and Terry Speaks tried to lure them home.
Glenn Grannan: Both girls thought the- our female suspect was somewhat freaky- as they described it and they didn't feel comfortable so they declined it. And, I guess they eventually found someone to go.
Reporter: That someone, Grannan says, was 22 year old Jaren Lockhart.
Glenn Grannan: We have witnesses stating that Jaren asked to leave work early so she could go make some extra money at a party. So, we believe that's- she was enticed to go with the hope that she would make some extra money.
Reporter: Surveillance video shows Lockhart leaving Temptations early Wednesday morning with both Speaks and Sanchez. Since apprehending the two, investigators have spent hours interviewing the couple about what happened that night.
Glenn Grannan: She was very agitated, very excitable, you know. She was, of course, upset, you know. Um- it appeared maybe she was, you know- even under the influence of something.
He would speak about anything you wanted to speak about unless you wanted to speak about this. You know, he referred to his attorney. We didn't obtain any confessions, but we learned a lot of information.
Reporter: While they are considered primary suspects, investigators have not ruled out others.
Glenn Grannan: They are our primary suspects and, uh- you know, they're- they are because their actions in this time period- is so many elements that can't be explained by us or them.
June 14th 2012 Video: Investigator trying to determine where Jaren Lockhart was murdered
Don Bass: We have not ruled out that this could have occurred in another jurisdiction.
Reporter: Hancock County investigators have been gathering evidence over two states for a week now- and the question remains, exactly where was Jaren Lockhart murdered and dismembered?
Don Bass: We are presently focused on a residence in Kenner. 2029 Connecticut Ave if I'm correct. That was the residence of the suspects- the two suspects. A search warrant was executed there by both Kenner with the aid of Hancock County. Every jurisdiction has to file for their own search warrants.
Reporter: Chief Deputy Don Bass wouldn't say what type of evidence was found in the house, but that evidence is being processed at a Louisiana crime lab. As is evidence collected in the car the two suspects were driving.
Don Bass: Sure to focus on any and all evidence that would pertain to a homicide. I mean, blood spatter- pieces of clothing, it could be anything. DNA evidence, they meticulously went through this residence and I'm sure they're doing the same with the car.
Reporter: The sheriff's department has 8 investigators working on this case who have logged more than 500 man hours.
Don Bass: We're pooling all our resources in the Hancock County Sheriff's office to get the job done here.
Reporter: They've also turned to oceanographers from Mississippi State University for help in trying to determine exactly where Jaren Lockhart's body parts were dumped in the water.
Don Bass: They're putting together a model, a map. A scenario based on wind conditions, tide conditions, currant conditions for this avenue of time that we're looking through. When that data is complied, hopefully with some scientific data here we'll pinpoint possibly- possibly- and I use that term twice- a location of where these body parts may have been disposed of.
June 14th 2012 Authorities checking with Miss. coast business for break in Lockhart case
June 14th 2012 Video: Supporters hold vigil for Jaren Lockhart
Authorities in Hancock County, Miss., are going to businesses along the coast working to get a break in the case of the gruesome death of a Bourbon Street dancer.