What things are each individual most likely to recall?

An Eyewitness Account: Memories and Memory Faults You are investigating a robbery/homicide at an ATM near the front door of a neighborhood grocery. You have several people who have witnessed various aspects of the incident: Shawn, 36, an accountant who was walking past on his way home from work Trina, 8, who was playing at a playground across the street Grace, 62, who was coming out of the store where the crime was committed Al, 80, the greeter at the grocery Sherrie, 22, a shopper going into the store at the time of the incident What is the first thing you must do with your witnesses? Why? What things are each individual most likely to recall? Who could potentially be your best witness? Why? The least effective? Why? Memory Faults Which of the common memory faults might affect your witnesses? At what point? Why/How?