OXFORD, Miss. (WTVA) - The family of an Oxford murder victim is making a move to get video from the Oxford Police Department.
Dominique Clayton, 32, was found dead on May 19 at her home in Oxford.
Attorney Carlos Moore is representing the family of Dominique Clayton.
Former Oxford police officer Matthew Kinne is charged with her murder.
The family’s attorney, Carlos Moore, is asking for any police video and audio from the day her body was found, as well as six months prior.
The preliminary autopsy report is also being sought.
Moore also wants access to any records of Kinne’s works hours, his work phone and 911 calls.
Kinne was fired shortly after he was arrested on May 20. He was a four-year veteran of the Oxford Police Department.
Clayton’s family claims she was shot in the head at her home on Suncrest Drive.
The request also revealed it is suspected that Clayton may have been pregnant at the time of her death.
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