9:15 am --FROM FOLIO 116 , the Moxley maid, interviewed on 11/6/75, says a friend of John's arrived.
--FROM FOLIO 3 , Juvenile Officer Daniel Hickman assigned to case. At some point thereafter, he calls Mrs. Moxley.
9:45 am --FROM FOLIO 3 , Hickman and Jones (presumably another officer) begin a motor search of the Belle Haven area lasting around one hour.
10:00 am --According to Mrs. Jean Walker, interviewed on 9/14/92, around this time she called Mrs. Moxley to ascertain if Martha had returned. Reportedly, Mrs. Moxley explained that Martha had not returned, the police had been notified, and they were searching for Martha with a photograph Mrs. Moxley had lent them.
10:15 am --FROM FOLIO 201 , Mrs. Moxley asked Frank Wittine, interviewed on 11/17/75, to check the camper for Martha. Wittine told her he had already checked the camper, but did so again anyway.
12:00 pm --According to Mrs. Jean Walker, interviewed on 9/14/92, she arrived at Mrs. Moxley's residence in order to console her around this time. At some point thereafter, Mrs. Walker recalls that she was confronted by a hysterical Sheila Maguire who informed her that she had found Martha under a tree. The following is from Willis Krebs' report on Mrs. Walker's interview: "After calling the police and Mrs. Maguire, Mrs. Walker walked to a large evergreen tree between the Moxley and Hammond houses and found the body of Martha Moxley. Mrs. Walker stated Martha was laying face down with her head on an incline (head higher than feet) towards the Moxley house. Martha's jeans and white cotton panties (with small flowers) were pulled down to her ankles. Her upper clothing was in place. Mrs. Walker further stated she saw dried blood in the hair at the rear of Martha's head. Aside from that blood, she did not recall any other visible blood or blood-stained clothing. Martha's exposed flesh (waist, buttocks, thighs and calves) displayed no scratches, abrasions, bruises or lacerations. Mrs. Walker felt Martha's waist area and it was cool to the touch. She then had the sensation "someone was watching her" so she returned to the Moxley residence. She stated the police arrived soon thereafter."
12:30 pm --FROM FOLIO 4 , Hickman receives a radio call from headquarters that Mrs. Moxley had called. Shortly thereafter, he reaches the Moxley residence by phone and is informed that Martha had been found in a wooded area.
12:45 pm --FROM FOLIO 6 , Chief Keegan, Detectives McGlynn, and Detective Carroll arrive at the crime scene and rope the area off.
1:15 pm --According to the autopsy report, Dr. Coleman arrives at the crime scene at this