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    An audio recording of an interview that Sidney Moorer had with Horry County detectives was aired in court during a pretrial motion in advance of Moorer’s trial on an obstruction of justice charge in relation to the disappearance of Heather Elvis on Monday, July 31, 2017. Moorer’s defense attorneys have asked the court to suppress the interview in which Moorer said he never called Elvis that night, a statement he later corrected after police mentioned the call records and video evidence they obtained.

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An audio recording of an interview that Sidney Moorer had with Horry County detectives was aired in court during a pretrial motion in advance of Moorer’s trial on an obstruction of justice charge in relation to the disappearance of Heather Elvis on Monday, July 31, 2017. Moorer’s defense attorneys have asked the court to suppress the interview in which Moorer said he never called Elvis that night, a statement he later corrected after police mentioned the call records and video evidence they obtained.

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