The door to hotel Room 404 in Florida where the body of Pamela Hutchinson was found on the bathroom floor.
Authorities created a map indicating evidence found in Room 404 after Pamela Hutchinson was found dead.
Hotel employees checked on Room 404 after reports the water wasn't working in the rooms above it. Hutchinson's body was found on the bathroom floor in front of the sink.
Pamela Hutchinson's body was found on the floor in the bathroom facedown and leaning to the right. There were towels placed around her, and a pillow on her legs.
The pillow found on Hutchinson's legs appears to have a mark from a bullet.
Several people who saw the scene provided witness testimony about rolled towels blocking the door, which minimized the smell.
Several witnesses also mentioned they saw a pair of kissing monkey stuffed animals on the bed in Hutchinson's room.
Authorities took several pictures of the kissing monkeys seen on the bed in Hutchinson's room, a detail several witnesses remembered.
A bullet hole found in Hutchison's Florida hotel room.
Hutchinson's hotel card was left behind in the room along with cash and jewelry. However, her credit cards were missing.
Evidence was collected from several areas in Room 404 after Pamela Hutchinson's body was found, including the kitchen.
Witnesses were asked to take choose Riess from a lineup. She is the one in the middle of the second row.
Lois Riess was captured on surveillance withdrawing money from an ATM.
Riess used Hutchinson's bank card to get money from ATMs.
Lois Riess was seen on surveillance video with cash after a withdrawal from a bank teller in Fort Myers Beach.
Texas authorities searched Lois Riess' room after her arrest.
Among Riess' possession was a self-help workbook titled, 'Mind and Emotions: A Universal Treatment for Emotional Disorders.'
One of the bookmarked pages in the book has headings, 'BREATHING MINDFULLY' and 'MINDFULNESS OF EMOTIONS.' One of the witnesses told investigators Riess spent a lot of time reading during her stay at Motel 6.
The bookmark in the self-help workbook was a business card for the Mayo Clinic Mood Disorders Unit with the building number and location highlighted.
Other books were found in Riess' possession.
One of the pages in the book underlined the sentence, 'It was a vehicle to draw back life into himself.'
Another page underlined two paragraphs: 'By not doing what we're here for we can kill our soul, our job with our body following. Like in the Garden of Eden, all that is asked of us is to Be, to do what we do best, respect that gift in ourselves and in others, and to enjoy life.'
The bookmarked page has the Bible verse, 'Thou shalt not kill.' Riess used a photo of a woman and a handwritten note as a bookmark. KSTP cropped the photo to protect the woman's identity.
Riess had a handwritten note, 'All we are, are the people who remember us' bookmarking another page.
Texas authorities recovered a gun from Riess, which was sent to Florida as evidence in the Pamela Hutchinson case.
Riess' luggage tag and her possessions were shipped to Florida from Texas.
The white car Riess was driving remains in evidence.
Evidence was inventoried and sent from Texas to Florida to assist in the case.
The evidence inventories were part of the data release by Lee County in the Lois Riess case.