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Murder Suspect Busted After Incriminating Himself When Cops Leave Room

via Arnold Police Dept
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In a 1993 Missouri cold case, Loril Harp made incriminating comments during a 2015 interrogation about the shooting death of a liquor store owner.

Detectives revisited the case in 2020 and noticed Harp talking to himself and making suspicious phone calls during the 2015 interview.

“I’m not under arrest, but I probably will be before I leave here,” Harp was heard saying to himself at the time. (Trending: Judge Issue Major Ruling On Transgender Procedures For Kids)

This led to further questioning in 2020, where Harp dodged questions and eventually described a physical altercation but denied shooting the victim.

“I grabbed his hand and hit him until he dropped the gun,” Harp admitted.

“And then I hit him again, and then I took off out the door.”

“I hurt him. I know I hurt him. Like I said, I fight.”

“I hit him f—— hard. But I didn’t shoot him.”

His mention of using the store’s side door raised suspicions, and he ultimately admitted to showering with blood on him when he got home.

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