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SHOTLIST: AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Peahi, Hawaii - 16 July 2014 1. Wide of ocean MAUI POLICE DEP'T HANDOUT - AP CLIENTS ONLY No Date Given - No Location Given 2. STILL image of file photo of Carly "Charli" Scott released by the Maui Police Department AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Peahi, Hawaii - 16 July 2014 3. Mid of field near ocean COURT POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLY Wailuku, Hawaii - 15 July 2014 4. Suspect Steven Capobianco entering courtroom. 5. Various of Capobianco in court AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Makawao, Hawaii - 16 July 2014 6. SOUNDBITE: Kimberlyn Scott, mother of victim Carly "Charli" Scott (see transcript) COURT POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYWailuku, Hawaii - 15 July 2014 7. Various of Kimberlyn Scott in court AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY Makawao, Hawaii - 16 July 2014 8. SOUNDBITE: Kimberlyn Scott, mother of victim Carly "Charli" Scott (see transcript) COURT POOL - AP CLIENTS ONLYWailuku, Hawaii - 15 July 2014 9. Various of Kimberlyn Scott and Steven Capobianco in court VOICEOVER: NEW INFORMATION COMING TO LIGHT IN THE DISAPPEARANCE OF A PREGNANT WOMAN IN HAWAII.JUST DAYS AFTER CARLY SCOTT WENT MISSING IN FEBRUARY... FAMILY AND VOLUNTEERS FOUND THE 27-YEAR-OLD'S CLOTHES NEAR A HIGHWAY ON MAUI'S EAST COAST... INVESTIGATORS LATER RECOVERED A JAWBONE THOUGHT TO BE HERS.A BREAK IN THE CASE THAT LED TO AUTHORITIES TO CHARGE HER EX-BOYFRIEND STEVEN CAPOBIANCO WITH HER MURDER. CAPOBIANCO THOUGHT TO BE THE FATHER. HE WAS ARRAIGNED THIS WEEK... AND PLEADED NOT GUILTY TO MURDER CHARGES. HE'S ALSO ACCUSED OF BURNING UP HER S-U-V TO COVER UP THE CRIME. EVEN SCOTT'S FAMILY WAS RELUCTANT TO BELIEVE CAPOBIANCO COULD BE HER KILLER. SOUNDBITE: Kimberlyn Scott, Scott's Mother: "For me, personally, it took a while, and I have only recently come to the conclusion that it was Steven."SCOTT'S MOTHER DESCRIBING THE CHALLENGE OF SEEING HER DAUGHTERS' ACCUSED KILLER IN COURT THIS WEEK... SOUNDBITE: Kimberlyn Scott, Scott's Mother: "Trying to keep my expression plain the first time I saw him was really hard and I cried. And I don't like him to see me cry. I don't think it moves him, I don't think it does any good."SCOTT SAYS HER NEXT PRIORITY IS TO FIND HER DAUGHTER'S BODY... SHE'S ALSO PUSHING TO MAKE KILLING A FETUS A CRIME IN HAWAII. PADMANANDA RAMA, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS