TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - We know more now about some of the evidence Tucson Police collected as they prepared a murder charge against the stepfather of 13-year-old Jayden Glomb.
Joshua Lelevier, 37, is charged with killing the young girl and hiding her body. He'll wait for trial in the Pima County Jail unless he can post a half million dollar bond.
Search warrants show computers, shoes, and photos of tire treads among the evidence detectives collected.
Detectives say they found tire marks matching the family's SUV near where Jayden Glomb's body was found. They say they found blood traces in that same car and that blood was a DNA match for Jayden.
Police say Jayden's laptop computer showed evidence of someone searching for information on ways to commit suicide, but the computer files show the searches were done when only Joshua Lelevier was home with access to the computer.
Police say they also found what could be seen as a suicide note with Jayden's name typed on the bottom, but it was also created when only her stepfather had access to the computer.
Craig Smith will have a full recap of the documents coming up on KGUN 9 On Your Side at 5 p.m.
Read through the search warrant and affidavit: