Judge approves search warrant in Collins’ case
POCAHONTAS — In a filing with the Randolph County Circuit Clerk’s Office Friday, Judge John Fogleman approved a search warrant for Linda Collins’ Google account.
According to the filing, the search may include any and all account and subscriber records, including: the email address, names, addresses, telephone numbers, and IP address of any log-ins or sign-ons from May 25, 2019 — three days from the date Collins was last seen alive — through June 4, 2019 — the date Collins’ body was discovered.
It also includes the search of any related identifying information such as Gmail, Location History, Web & App Activity, Android, Google Calendar, YouTube, Google Payments, Google Voice, and Google Play — under Collins’ email address of firstname.lastname@example.org.
A string of warrants have been underway in preparation for murder suspect Rebecca O’Donnell’s trial beginning Dec. 14, which was moved back from it’s original October start date due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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