STATEMENT OF: Alex BRINCHESKI
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2 you possibly have some, uh, information that might be, um, of interest to us that, uh, we’ve, you know — as you know, we’re conducting an investigation, okay? BRINCHESKI: Yeah. BAIROS: And we’ve talked to, to lots of people and, and, and, and comments have been made and statements have been made to people and, and that information does come back to us, okay? That we, we’ve spoken to lots of people and that, uh, comments that you have personally made to individuals and that have been relayed back to us, um, you know what I’m talking about? BRINCHESKI: [shakes his head no] BAIROS: Where were you staying last night? BRINCHESKI: Uh, at my girlfriend’s cousin’s house. BAIROS: Okay. Uh, did you guys talk about anything over there, while you were there? BRINCHESKI: Mmm, just basically, like, why we were there and that. BAIROS: Okay, so what, what was the topic of conversation there? BRINCHESKI: Well, just, like, what was going on and everything else. BAIROS: Okay. And can you be more specific? BRINCHESKI: Like, why we were, like, why we were in a (c/u) house and that. BAIROS: Okay. So what did you say? BRINCHESKI: Well, I just said it, like, taped off and there was, like, an investigation or whatever goin’ on there. BAIROS: Okay. And what else did you say about it? BRINCHESKI: That’s pretty much it. BAIROS: Yeah? And that’s everything you had to say? BRINCHESKI: Yeah. BAIROS: Yeah? Okay. ROUIRE: Alex, how old are you? [knock on the door] BRINCHESKI: Nineteen. ROUIRE: [answers door and exits interview room] BRINCHESKI: Do I need to, like, get r- (c/u) read my rights or anything for this?