MARTINSVILLE, Ind. (WISH) - On Thursday, Morgan County investigators located and interviewed the woman who left an unusual note on a WISH-TV News Truck on Wednesday afternoon.
The note suggests three former suspects were involved in the May 2000 murder of Indiana University student Jill Behrman.
In court Thursday morning, a detective from the Morgan County Sheriff's Department testified saying a woman by the name of Allison Thomas wrote the note.
Thomas was listed as a witness in the John Myers Post Conviction Hearing where Myers is asking a judge to overturn his conviction for the 2000 murder of IU Student Jill Behrman.
The Morgan County detective testified that Thomas placed the note on the windshield of the WISH-TV news truck because she did not know with whom she should share the information. Before the hearing began Tuesday morning, Judge Thomas Gray issued an order to keep witnesses from talking about the case until the conclusion of the hearing.
The prosecution team entered the note into evidence since the information was posted on WISHTV.com and a story on the note aired on 24-Hour News 8.
Judge Gray expects attorneys to ask future witnesses if the witnesses saw or read any news reports regarding the note.
Thomas was removed from the witness list and will not testify.
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