Somer Thompson disappears while walking home from Grove Park Elementary School on Oct. 19, 2009.
By 5 p.m., when a search by Somer's mom, boyfriend and neighbors has turned up no sign of the 7-year-old, the Clay County Sheriff's Office begins to search a 5-mile radius of the Thompson home.
Two days after she disappeared Somer's body was found partially wrapped in carpet in a Charlton County, Ga.
Months later, Jarred Harrell would be arrested -- first on charges of child pornography, then in the kidnapping, rape and murder of Somer Thompson.
Two months before Somer disappeared, Harrel became a suspect in the child porn case when a landlord of a home he had previously rented looked on a computer he had left behind.
That computer was seized by the Clay County Sheriff's Office.
A forensic analysis of the hard drives found lots of photos and video FDLE investigators deemed to be pornographic.
When Harrell was arrested months later, his camera, cell phone and memorry cards were also taken as evidence.
The memory contained more evidence that would ultimately be used in his child pornography case.
Shortly after Harrel was extradited from Mississippi to Clay County, he is brought into an interview room and his shakles and handcuffs removed for a interview with detectives.
Harrell fidgets as he waits to be questioned in a office at the Clay County Sheriff's Office.
Harrell tells detectives he lured Somer into his mother's home on Gano Avenue on the pretense she would play with a dog, raped and killed her and disposed of her body in a Dumpster behind a Fleming Island dumpster -- all by the time the Sheriff's Office was notified she was missing.