Among the first group to arrive at the crime scene, senior Reilly Fahrenholz carefully photographed each piece of evidence.
It was the first day for students at Adams Central High School to work toward solving a murder mystery during the forensic science course at the school.
“I think it’s fun,” Fahrenholz said.
She found out firsthand that evidence collection takes more work than a two-minute montage seen on TV crime shows. For each photograph, Fahrenholz placed rulers next to the piece of evidence.