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8 teenage girls stabbed a man to death

In connection with the stabbing death of a 59-year-old Toronto man in what police are calling a “swarming” attack, eight adolescent girls are being charged with murder.

Following the weekend murder, officers from the Toronto Police Service charged the teenagers on Tuesday, according to the agency.

Just after 12:15 a.m. on Sunday, police responded to an allegation of an assault in downtown Toronto and discovered a male with stab wounds, according to Police Detective Sgt. Terry Browne. The individual was then taken to a hospital, where he passed away.

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The victims identity will not be made public by the police until his next-of-kin has been reached. In the fall, according to Browne, the victim relocated to a nearby homeless shelter.

According to Browne, who spoke to reporters, “as the inquiry progressed, it became clear very early on that the individuals involved in this were being described as eight young females.” According to him, police found the suspects near the scene of the attack and detained three 13-year-old girls, three 14-year-old girls, and two 16-year-old girls, accusing them of second-degree murder.

The suspects connected on social media.
According to Browne, the same girls got into a fight earlier that evening in the vicinity of the man’s murder. He declined to provide further information, but he did state that the girls were allegedly trying to steal a bottle of alcohol from the victim, according to the detectives.

“(The suspects) got to know one another on social media. They originate from several locations throughout the city, Browne said during a press briefing. “We have no idea how or why they connected that evening or why they chose to travel to downtown Toronto. How long they had been acquainted with one another is unknown. At this time, I wouldn’t classify them as a gang.

They took part in a “swarming,” according to Browne. He opted not to mention if the teenager recorded the assault.

He claimed that several weapons had been taken, but he would not specify what sort. All of the girls, according to him, are Canadian, and three of the suspects have a history of running afoul of the law.

I’ve been in policing for almost 35 years and you think you’ve seen it all,” Browne said in an interview with The Associated Press. “Anyone who isn’t shocked with hearing something like this has clearly just thrown in the towel and just said that anything is possible in this world. Eight young girls and most under the age of 16. If this isn’t alarming and shocking to everyone, then we’re all in trouble quite frankly.”

Browne said police spoke to the parents of the teens.

“I can tell you it was a shock to find out that their children were involved in an event like this,” he said.

Canadian authorities did not release the girls’ names because they are minors.

Browne said they remain in custody and are due in court for an appearance Dec. 29.

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10- year old accidentally kills mother before Christmas

A ten-year-old boy’s dream was to have virtual reality. After obsessing over it and seeing what seemed like everyone else playing them online, he wondered how cool it would be to own one. And he had a plan. He was going to ask Santa for one, just like in the movie A Christmas Story. just like when Ralphie really wanted that BB gun, the Red Ryder, and when all hope was lost, he ended up getting one for Christmas after all.

His mom however has been a single mom since Her son was a baby. She was currently working two jobs just to support them. They lived in a run-down neighborhood. She came home from work one night and the house was ransacked she had worked so hard this last little bit to put together everything she had in her savings to get her son one gift. With getting a bonus from work and working overtime she was able to get enough money to buy her son a Virtual Reality system that he has been wanting all year. Her son was a hard worker and never complained about his chores, got all A’s in his class quite a kid but a good kid.

Yet most years for Christmas all she was able to get him was things he needed like shoes and a new backpack. She knew he was going to be surprised. But this so happened that the day her house was broken into that they stole the Virtual reality system that she had scraped and saved for. She was devastated she had worked so hard to get him this gift. But at least she thought to herself at least he doesn’t know so he won’t be disappointed. She did indeed tell him that the gifts were stolen but she did not mention anything about the VR gaming set. Since then she bought a gun for protection just in case. She had never shot a gun before so she ended up going to a shooting range and learned how to use it for protection just in case she ever needed to.

Not knowing how she was going to even afford clothes this year for Christmas she was crying in her room. Her son came in and told his mom that it was okay that he had a plan and that it was going to be okay. She then asked what do you mean you have a plan? The boy ran to his room and ran back to show his mom that he wrote a letter to Santa to ask him to get him a VR headset and get his mom a nice Jewelry set as well. “Santa has never visited us before but I have been so good this year and I don’t think he will mind just this one Christmas if he comes to our house just once.”

His mom was heartbroken and crushed by the kindness of her son’s heart. His mom has never had the heart to tell him that Santa isn’t real, but she also doesn’t have the money to afford to ever get him anything. She guessed it was time she told him the truth. She tells The Boy that Santa is in all of us and that it is in what we do to help people and share the joy with them that is the true Santa that Santa the magical Santa isn’t real but the joy of being able to do kindness for others is very real.

The boy turned very pale and started to hyperventilate. “What do you mean Santa isn’t real?” He screamed, ” That was our only hope to have our one chance at having a good Christmas, and now that is gone!” His mom tried to comfort her son to tell him they will get through this and they are going to be okay. “I want to kill those robbers.” He screamed; he saw the gun on his mom’s nightstand, and he grabbed it from her. He fought back and forth with the gun in hand, trying desperately to get it away from him. And then the gun went off. His mom collapsed to the floor with a gunshot wound in her stomach, and she started convulsing and foaming at the mouth. He backs away and just starts screaming “MOOOOOMMMMYYYYY” “HELP MOMMY SOMEONE HELP”

Neighbors heard the commotion and called 911 by the time the cops got there his mom was pronounced dead at the scene. The boy was charged as an adult last month with alternate counts of first-degree intentional homicide or first-degree reckless homicide.

Wisconsin law requires children as young as 10 to be charged as adults for certain serious crimes, though the boy’s attorneys can seek to move the case to juvenile court. The boy, who family members said has mental health issues, is being held in juvenile detention.

The prosecutor in the case asked the judge to require the boy to be released into the custody of a family member should he post bail. The judge did not impose that restriction.

The boy mostly kept his head down during the hearing. The judge ordered that he not be placed in shackles or any other kind of restraint and forbade the media from publishing any personal information about him, including his image and address.

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A brutal killing on Halloween night in 1981 remains unsolved to this day.

Photographer Ronald Sisman and Smith College student Elizabeth Platzman were beaten in their Manhattan apartment on Halloween night in 1981 before being shot dead. Their apartment was completely ransacked, but nothing seemed missing. 

The case remains unsolved.  Many theorized that these killings were perpetrated by more than one person and claimed that the murders were linked to an underground satanic cult that went far beyond just these slayings. The information he had collected from various sources also alleged that the death of Ron Sisman, a successful photographer from Manhattan, New York, was connected to this cult. So, let’s find out what happened to Ron Sisman then, shall we?

Ronald Sisman was a 39-year-old photographer who lived in a duplex apartment on the third floor of a building in the Chelsea section of Manhattan. He was a rather prolific lensman who operated two photography businesses out of his house. On Halloween night in 1981, Ron was with his girlfriend, 20-year-old Elizabeth Platzman, when they were attacked at his home. Ron and Elizabeth were brutally beaten and then shot in the back of their heads. Ron was reportedly shot four times while Elizabeth, thrice.

The house had been ransacked, and a .25 caliber handgun that was registered to Ron appeared to be missing. Their identification was removed from their bodies. The police speculated that the attacker or attackers might have known Ron since there were no signs of forced entry. Ron had also applied for two gun permits because someone had broken into his apartment before, and he feared for his safety. The initial investigation leaned towards the possibility that the intruders might have been looking for drugs because the house was turned over and the furniture was torn apart. In the previous year, Melonie Haller, an actress, had accused Ron of attempting to force her to take drugs. But the charges against Ron were dropped eventually because Melonie didn’t cooperate with the authorities. But they discerned that those two cases were not connected. The investigation hit a dead-end beyond that. Later on, a prison informant claimed to the police that David Berkowitz, the infamous Son of Sam, had told him about the murder before it happened. David allegedly mentioned that this was going to be carried out by the satanic cult that he was a part of.

It was alleged that the murder of Stacy Moskowitz, Son of Sam’s last victim, was captured on film and that Ron Sisman was the one recording the murder from a distance. On the show, it is stated that there was another informant who contacted Maury, claiming that he was a part of this cult. He mentioned that Ron and his girlfriend were murdered by the cult and ransacked the house because they were looking for the snuff film. In a 1997 interview with Maury, David also mentioned something similar. He talked about the presence of another van at the time the shooting took place. When Maury asked him whether Ron was the one who was recording it, he said that Ron did want to do some filming that evening. Beyond that, David was vague and did not divulge any new information. At the time, there was no concrete proof that backed up these theories and claims, and as a result, the murders of Ron Sisman and Elizabeth Platzman remain unsolved to this day.

Some theories speculate that if they were dabbling in Satanic rituals that they may have had a Sance, and it went very wrong, and daemons entered the house and slayed them.

Resources: Elizabeth Platzman – IMDb

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Fort Hood Murder of Vanessa Guillgen

The murder of Vanessa Guillén, a 20-year-old United States Army soldier, took place inside an armory at Fort HoodTexas, on April 22, 2020, when she was bludgeoned to death by another soldier, Aaron David Robinson. The fort Hood soldier vanessa Guillén had been missing for over two months when some of her dismembered remains were found buried along the Leon River on June 30.Upon hearing about the discovery, Robinson fled Fort Hood and fatally shot himself when law enforcement attempted to apprehend him in nearby Killeen, Texas.

Cecily Aguilar, a local woman identified by authorities as Robinson’s girlfriend, was taken into custody and is alleged to have assisted him in dismembering and burying Guillén’s body. On July 2, 2020, Aguilar was charged with one federal count of conspiracy to tamper with evidence. In Fort Hood On July 13, 2021, she was indicted on eleven counts by a federal grand jury.

Guillén was stationed at Fort Hood, a U.S. Army installation in Bell County, Texas, which is approximately 340 square miles (880 km2) in size and home to III Corps and the First Cavalry Division. She was last seen around 1:00 p.m. on April 22, 2020, in the parking lot of her unit, the Regimental Engineer Squadron Headquarters of the 3rd Cavalry Regiment (3CR). Her car keys, identification card, bank card, and barracks key were found inside the armory where she worked. Guillén’s family felt she disappeared under suspicious circumstances. The case was investigated under the jurisdiction of the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command (CID) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) with local law enforcement agencies in Bell County, Killeen, and Belton; the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department; the United States Marshals Service; and the Texas Ranger Division in support. Multiple Fort Hood units, including 3CR, began searching the area within two weeks of her disappearance.

Before Guillén went missing, she had told her family that she was being sexually harassed by an unnamed sergeant at Fort Hood, and that complaints by other female soldiers made against the sergeant had been dismissed. Guillén’s mother advised her to report the matter, but she responded that “she could put a stop to it herself” out of fear that her mother would be harmed for making a report. In early June, Guillén’s mother told reporters she did not trust the Army’s handling of the investigation and her attorney, Natalie Khawam,said she believed the family was “being kept in the dark” because few details had been released regarding the disappearance. On June 13, 2020, hundreds of people assembled at the gates of Fort Hood to protest what organizers felt was a lack of information on the case. CID reported that they found no evidence that Guillén was assaulted, but said investigators believed foul play was involved in her disappearance.

On June 30, 2020, Army investigators were called in when contractors discovered partial human remains along the Leon River in Belton. The area had previously been searched by Texas Rangers, detectives, and cadaver dogs on June 20 after a burn mound was discovered nearby. Investigators theorized that the remains, previously buried under concrete, had been dug up by wildlife.Tim Miller, Director of Texas EquuSearch, stated that it was the most sophisticated burial site he had ever seen.

Later that evening, at around 8:30 p.m., authorities re-interviewed Cecily Anne Aguilar, a local woman who was the estranged wife of a soldier at Fort Hood. Aguilar was reported to be the girlfriend of Aaron David Robinson, a specialist ranked enlisted soldier who was one of the last known people to see Guillén on the day of her disappearance and who had previously been interviewed by investigators. Aguilar told police that Robinson had confessed to her that he had killed a female soldier at Fort Hood. At the request of law enforcement, Aguilar placed a controlled telephone call to Robinson, who said, “Baby, they found pieces”, and texted Aguilar multiple news articles, to which he never denied anything in response. According to a criminal complaint filed in the Western District Court of Texas, Aguilar allegedly helped Robinson dismember and dispose of Guillén’s body on April 22, 2020, after Robinson told her he had bludgeoned Guillén to death with a hammer inside the armory.

On the evening of June 30, Robinson escaped the custody of an unarmed guard from his unit and fled Fort Hood after hearing the news of the discovery of remains. He had been detained by his unit at the request of a CID agent under the pretense of violating COVID-19 quarantine rules. In the early hours of July 1, Killeen police located and attempted to make contact with Robinson, who produced a handgun and killed himself before he could be taken into custody.

Aguilar was arrested by Texas Rangers and held at the Bell County Jail. On July 2, Bell County officials stated Aguilar would be transferred to federal custody due to being charged with one count of conspiracy to tamper with evidence by the United States Attorney’s Office Western District of Texas. Assistant United States Attorneys Mark Frazier and Greg Gloff are prosecuting the case on behalf of the federal government.

On May 24, 2022 the Texas Department of Public Safety released a report stating that “Aguilar later explained why Robinson killed Guillen, saying Guillen saw Robinson’s cellphone lock screen, which contained a picture of Aguilar. (Robinson) told her he was worried about getting in trouble for violating the Fort Hood Army’s fraternization rules since Aguilar was still married to another soldier and he hit Guillen in the head with a hammer.”

Her parent fought for a memorial for her. Plus I am Vanessa Guillen is going to air on Netflix November 17, 2022

‘I Am Vanessa Guillen’ Documentary About U.S. Army Soldier Who Was Murdered in 2020 Heads to Netflix on November 17, 2022 – About Netflix

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The Vanessa Macortte Case USA

On Sunday, August 7, 2016, Marcotte left her mother’s house on Brooks Station Road in Princeton in the early afternoon to go for a run before heading back to New York by commuter bus later in the day. Her family notified police when several hours passed and she did not return. Police then immediately launched a missing persons search. She was found deceased off the street on a trail in a heavily wooded area around 8:20 PM, less than a half-mile from her mother’s home.

Officials immediately classified it as a homicide case. Her body was naked and she had burns to her face, feet and hands. She was also believed to have been sexually assaulted and strangled. She suffered “crushing injuries” to her throat and had a broken nose. Her clothes, cell phone and earbuds were missing, and a partially-burned sneaker was found near her body. None of her clothes were ever recovered, and it is believed that her killer may have taken them when he fled. Foreign DNA was also found at the scene.

According to a local witness, Marcotte stopped at the Mountainside Market on Hubbardston Road in the afternoon for a drink and was last seen alive walking while talking on her cell phone after 1 PM. Another witness also reported they had seen a vehicle following Marcotte, which had turned around and followed her again on the road on which she was walking. According to authorities, Marcotte put up a “huge struggle” during the attack, which was believed to have occurred between 1 and 3 P.M.

Police spent 8 months compiling what they thought was the killer and found DNA under Vanessa’s fingernails

The murder attracted much attention from the national media, and was often compared to the killing of Karina Vetrano of Queens, New York, who was found murdered under similar circumstances less than a week before. Authorities never officially stated they were believed to be related, however. A suspect, linked by DNA evidence, was arrested and charged in the Vetrano case in February 2017.

Several FBI profilers commented publicly on Marcotte’s homicide, saying they believed Marcotte was most likely attacked at random by a stranger, and that the killer most likely lived in or frequented the area surrounding Princeton.

Shortly after Marcotte’s murder, investigators opened a 24-hour tip line asking for any information from the public, and received over 1,300 tips] It was stated that Marcotte’s attacker had been a male who likely had scratches, cuts and bruises to his face and arms.[24] It was not believed that Marcotte knew her killer; rather, it was suspected to have been a completely random attack. In November 2016, they stated they were seeking additional information about a black or dark-colored SUV that had been seen parked on the road at the time and area where Marcotte was killed.

On December 21, 2016, in Princeton, Marcotte’s family released their first official public statement, thanking the community for their support, and announced that the family had set up a website, vanessamarcotte.org, in memory of Marcotte and the establishment of the Vanessa T. Marcotte Foundation.

On February 23, 2017, more than six months after the murder, the Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. released further details on the investigation, stating that the DNA of Marcotte’s killer had been sent to a lab and a profile had been created. It was not revealed how the DNA was obtained. Based on the DNA evidence and witness statements, the suspect in the slaying was a Hispanic or Latino male in his late 20s to 30s, with an athletic build, average height and either short or shaved hair. It is also believed the suspect either owned or had access to a dark-colored SUV on the day of the murder and would have had visible injuries to his upper body in the days following the attack.

On April 15, 2017, at a press release in Princeton, Early announced that Marcotte’s alleged killer had been apprehended. Angelo Colon-Ortiz, age 31, of Worcester, Massachusetts, was arrested on April 14 and was arraigned at Leominster District Court on April 18 and placed on a $10 million bail. He faces charges of aggravated assault and assault with intent to rape, as well as a murder charge in which he was indicted by a grand jury on June 23, 2017, at Worcester Superior Court. On July 26, he pled not guilty and was ordered by a judge to be held without bail.

According to authorities, a Massachusetts state police trooper on patrol in Worcester had seen Colon-Ortiz, who matched the description of the suspect, driving a vehicle identical to the one seen on the day of Marcotte’s murder. The trooper wrote the license plate number on his hand and followed up by visiting Colon-Ortiz’s residence with another police officer the next day. Colon-Ortiz voluntarily provided a DNA sample, which came back a match from DNA that had been found on Marcotte’s hands. Colon-Ortiz later claimed that a language barrier led him to provide a DNA sample to police investigators without him giving voluntary consent. On that basis, Colon-Ortiz’s attorneys filed a motion to suppress the DNA evidence. On January 11th, 2022, Judge Janet Kenton-Walker denied the defense’s motion to suppress the DNA evidence.

Colon-Ortiz, a Puerto-Rican native who had no criminal history, was married with three children and had lived in Worcester for less than a year. He worked for a third-party contractor of FedEx, and made deliveries in and was familiar with the town of Princeton and surrounding areas. According to his Worcester neighbors, Colon-Ortiz was described as “perverted” and often made vulgar sexual comments to people in the neighborhood. A former female Princeton postal worker also said that Colon-Ortiz often made crude comments in Spanish about her and other women to his co-worker.

Authorities revealed on the day of the murder, a local resident recalled seeing Colon-Ortiz outside his parked black SUV with the hood up, talking on his cell phone, around 12:45 in the afternoon. Cell phone records and data proved that Colon-Ortiz was indeed in the area at that time. Marcotte was believed to have left her home around 1:15. The resident drove by the vehicle again around 2:05 PM, and the SUV was still parked there, but with the hood back down and no one around. Marcotte’s cellphone data showed her phone either was shut off or disabled at 2:11 p.m., which was most likely near the exact time of her death. Colon-Ortiz, who usually worked the morning shift, was not working the day of the murder. It is unknown why he was in the area that day.

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Why are the police hiding the truth?

Who was found dead on the property of the Tru Colors brewery in downtown Wilmington NC

This Brewery hires active gang members from rival gangs to help decrease gun violence.

He was found the day after Easter at the Tru Colors parking lot.

Police had run into who had run into Val D’Auvray 24 hours before he was found dead.

His father also named Val D’Auvray reported him missing on April 12, 2022, and he was found on April 18, 2022

The police said that Val D’Auvray was acting paranoid, saying someone was chasing him and that someone who has a mental illness was involved. He had been in a meth house before and homeless by choice and Val D’Auvray believed he was being chased. His brother Xan said the police had found a bat.

He was found half-naked with a wound on the back of the head. But the police originally told the family that he was fully dressed. His father said had this been a higher class of society he thinks this case would have been taken more seriously.

NC does not have any laws that make it so if a police officer comes into contact with a missing person they must report it back to the family or detain them.

The Family said the video of a police camera shows him saying he was concerned someone was chasing him and that when he first spoke with police they told him that Val was shirtless and did not have any shoes on and that he was on drugs the video shows that he is wearing shoes and a shirt and does not seem to be on drugs at that time.

Xan’s Tiktok https://www.tiktok.com/@xancallihan

Body cam https://www.wect.com/2022/07/06/judge-orders-release-body-camera-video-involving-man-found-dead-local-brewerys-property/

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Shopping cart killer

Anthony Robinson, 35, has already been charged with the killing of two women. Investigators believe Robinson met his victims on dating websites and allegedly lured them into motels where he killed them and transported their bodies in shopping carts.

Police received a “critical tip” this week that might connect Robinson to another case in which a woman’s body was found in a shopping cart in Washington, DC, Fairfax County Police Bureau Chief of Major Crimes Cyber and Forensics Ed O’Carroll said in a news conference on Friday.

“That deceased woman in a shopping cart was covered only with a blanket. We believe this may be Anthony Eugene Robinson’s fifth victim,” O’Carroll said. He added that digital evidence places Robinson in the same vicinity around the time of the victim’s disappearance.

Robinson was charged in November with the deaths of Elizabeth Redmon, 54, of Harrisonburg, and Tonita Lorice Smith, 39, of Charlottesville. Investigators found their bodies a short distance from each other on November 23 in an open lot in Harrisonburg, Virginia, according to Harrisonburg police.

Police said video surveillance and cell phone records connecting Robinson to Redmon and Smith led to his arrest. He is currently being held at the Rockingham County Adult Detention Center in North Carolina on two counts of first-degree murder in addition to two felony counts of concealing, transporting or altering a dead body, authorities said.

Cheyenne Brown, 29, of Washington, DC, and Stephanie Harrison, 48 of Redding, California, were found in a container near a shopping cart close to the Moon Inn motel in Alexandria, Virginia, on December 15. Authorities believe Brown had taken the metro from Washington, DC, to the Huntington Metro stop in Virginia on September 30 and never returned and Robinson may have been the last person to have contact with her.

Police had determined Robinson was communicating with Brown through a dating website right before her disappearance and cell phone records indicated Robinson and Brown were in contact “in and around the area” of the Moon Inn motel on Richmond Highway in Alexandria, Virginia, Harrisonburg Police Chief Kelley Warner said in December.

“We have found that Robinson has stayed at the Moon Inn motel on at least five other occasions, and we need to know more,” Davis said. The police chief said officials have requested the support of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Behavioral Analysis Unit to learn more about Robinson. They are also partnering with authorities in Robinson’s home state of New York as well as the Harrisonburg Police Department in Virginia.”Additionally, we are working on a victimology profile and hoping to get in contact with other women who may have interacted with Robinson,” Davis said.

Police are urging anyone with information about Robinson to contact authorities immediately.”We believe there are others who have had contact with Robinson, who can provide crucial information to us about him,” Davis added.

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Maureen Webster

March 2019

Maureen and her husband Jeff had a night out together and had dinner when they got home Jeff remembered setting the house alarm.

Jeff remembers hearing a bang while he was in the kitchen Maureen was upstairs.

“All of a sudden, I heard this explosion above my head,” he recalled. “And I was bleeding all over the place and I had thought she had thrown some firecrackers at me.”

Jeff says that Maureen came downstairs they were both stunned and then he fell to the ground

“I was bleeding everywhere and I can’t see anything and then the next thing I knew I woke up on the floor and I was blind,” he said.

There was another round of gunfire, but Webster claimed he never heard the sounds going off.

“All I know is I woke up on the ground and all I could hear is ‘Jeff I’m hit, I’m hit.’ I say with what? In my mind, I thought something had exploded in the house or something.”

Little did he know that those would be the last words he would ever hear from his wife. The alarms from his house were going off. He didn’t call the police but he said that he knew someone had to of called the police and they had to be on their way. He said then he crawled to the front door and unlocked it so the police could come in.

A neighbor called the police after they arrived Jeff says he remembers no one helping him that they just kept shouting we’ve got to help your wife. “I was just sitting there no one was helping me there were 3 or 4 of them one of them should have been helping me.” Jeff was taken to the hospital and the first thing he asked for was where is his wife. And they notified him she died.

A 911 call brought Sandy police to their home near 11200 South and 900 East.  When they arrived, police heard screams coming from the inside. The front door was open and police entered.  They found the husband and wife shot but alive.  But the wife, Fiore-Webster, died later.  En route to the hospital, Webster told police who may have shot them.

She was shot in the chest two times with a shotgun and pellets ripped through her torso.

A family friend visited him at the hospital where he realized it was not an accidental explosion that killed his wife.

“He said ‘Jeff, this might be a hit you know’ and I said ‘why are you saying that?’ and he said like ‘you got shot,” Webster said. “I said ‘I got shot? From who, with what, where?’”

Sandy police began searching for clues inside and outside of the home.

Two women were named as suspects who had made threats to the family before.

Over the past year, police have executed four search warrants and have requested the women’s cell phone records, text messages, and cell phone tower data.  But a year later, the case remains unsolved.

“Of course we would all like to see closure with this case,” said the father.  But these things take time.  It’s not a cold case they are actively investigating it.  You just have to wait it out and hopefully, something will move.”

Thankfully Jeff’s son was not at the house at the same time.

There was glass blown from the back window with a shotgun you can shoot a shotgun through the glass and you don’t have to be a good shot.

Jeff’s Baby momma stalked him and would threaten him Jeff had a protective order against her and his other ex-girlfriend.

Jeff thinks it could have been one of these two women. Or that someone hired someone else to do the job.

Police have executed 4 warrants and these women claimed that Jeff is a drug dealer that got in over his head. There are no police records with Jeff of anything like this. He’s now blind in one eye and is paralyzed. Jeff’s goal is to hire a private investigator to help solve this case.

Paramedic accused of poisoning wife with Visine drops it is not unreasonable that could happen.

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Questions to ask Jeff:

You said two women have threatened you in the past you had relationships with both of them what were their names?

Did you have a protective order against either of them?

How long were you and Maureen together? 3 1/2 years

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2008 Mary lee bipolar psycho wards uni 12 days no drugs lake view.

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Alex says they are trying to hurt him.

Krista cutler John says she raped dad sends someone out

Do you think the assailants were attacking just her? Or did they mean to hit both of you?

Do you know if any of your neighbors saw anything or if their prevalence saw anything or maybe any vehicles that weren’t normally in the area?

Do you feel like the police have done everything they could?

glass break alarm triggered

Did you actually see your wife’s body?

or is she perhaps missing?

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Maureen father

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Bullinger Family

Found in Caldwell Idaho his wife and his girlfriend and his 14-year-old daughter were found with gunshot wounds to his head They were from Ogden Utah

The women’s bodies were found June 19 in Bullinger’s shed on his recently purchased Caldwell, Idaho, property. A few weeks later Bullinger’s wife’s car was found abandoned at the Pacific Creek Campground in Teton County. A manhunt was launched, but Bullinger is still missing.

Cheryl Baker, 56 — his wife of nearly 10 years as well as Nadja Medley, 48, and her 14-year-old daughter, Payton Medley.

According to friends, Nadja Medley was Bullinger’s girlfriend of almost two years. Bullinger and the Medleys had recently moved from Utah to a house at 216 S. KCID Road in Caldwell, which Bullinger took ownership of on May 3, 2017. Cheryl Baker and Nadja Medley, according to their families, did not know about each other.

The last clues of Gerald Bullinger’s whereabouts came in July 2017. His Ford Focus was found abandoned in the Bridger-Teton National Forest in a remote campground near Moran, Wyo., on July 12, 2017. A week later, Bonneville County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a reported sighting of Bullinger but found no sign of him.

The investigation quickly spread across multiple states, including Idaho, where the bodies were found; Wyoming, where Bullinger’s car was found; and Utah, where Bullinger lived before moving to Idaho.

all 3 bodies were discovered in his shed in Caldwell. Nadaja was normally good about calling her friends so when she didn’t respond on the 12th of June her friend called police because they were concerned they haven’t heard from her.

Nadja Medley, 44, lived for her teenaged daughter Payton and only wanted the best for her child. Medley was doing everything she could to make ends meet and provide for her daughter, especially after her husband died of a heart attack 2014.

Payton’s friend Sydney Call opened up to In Pursuit, sharing, “Payton was the most kindhearted girl that I have ever met. She was so sweet, she wore her heart on her sleeve, and she had the brightest smile — she lit up anybody’s day.” As for Medley and Payton, “They were super, super close. They were friends just as much as mother and daughter,” Call adds.

Nadja was a massage Therapist Gerald came walking into her spa one day and thought he was single. Sometimes tho for “work” he was gone for weeks at a time.

Gerald asked her to move into his Caldwell home and start a new life with him. She was very excited.

On the weekend of June 9, 2017, Medley was supposed to make the trip back to Utah to pick up her horses, but she never showed. Not only did she not make it, but she wasn’t accepting or returning calls. on June 11th her friend calls police and notifies them she isn’t answering her calls. She kept calling police hounding them to do something finally on June 19th they went to look at the property in Caldwell and found in the shed his wife, his girlfriend, his girlfriends 14 year old and 3 dead dogs as well. With it being hot and who knows how long they have been there they were already decomposed and almost unrecognizable.

The house was in his wifes name not his.

Cheryls friends told media that she was going to go up to Caldwell to surprised Gerold because it was their anniversary and he had been “working so hard on this second house.” Well, it is to assume that she found out he had a mistress instead. No one knows what happened next except Gerold and he’s missing.

He went to utah and picked up his wife that was being serviced at a car dealership and ditched his truck this is though to get the police off his tail.

He took her car and then the car was found around the teton mountains and he has never been seen since.

There are several theories here:

One theory is that his wife found out about his girlfriend and came to confront her and kill her and that maybe she did kill her and then her daughter came running into the room and she killed her as well and then Gerold came in and struggled with her and then killed her.

I think that honestly what probably happened is that his wife came to confront her husband and when she came knocking at the door he grabbed his gun and killed her and then killed the other two and ran off and now is living a new life.

There’s another theory that the girlfriend Nadja grabbed the gun and shot Cheryl and then her daughter came in and was fighting to try to get the gun away and she shot her on accident and then he killed Nadja.

The gun was never found but it is known they were shot with the same gun.

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Philip Adams

Former NFL player Philip Adams was charged with killing 6 people and then he killed himself.

including a prominent doctor, his wife, and their two grandchildren, before later killing himself, authorities said Thursday.

Authorities have said they think the motive was that Dr. Robert Lesslie stopped Philips medication it is unclear what the medication was.

Dr. Robert Lesslie, 70, and his wife, Barbara, 69, were pronounced dead at the scene Wednesday, along with their grandchildren Adah Lesslie, 9, and Noah Lesslie, 5.

Robert Lesslie was an ER doctor and was well-loved and even wrote a few books.

A man who had been working at the home, James Lewis, 38, from Gaston, was found shot to death outside. A sixth victim, Robert Shook, 38, of Cherryville, North Carolina, was flown to a Charlotte hospital, where he was in critical condition “fighting hard for his life,” said a cousin, Heather Smith Thompson he is still in critical condition as of now.

  Two 9-1-1 calls were made. The first from an HVAC company that employed Lewis and the other person doing work at the Lesslie home. One of them, the caller said, had called him “screaming” and saying that he had been shot and that his co-worker was shot and “unresponsive.”

“I think there’s been a bad shooting,” a different man said in a second 911 call, saying he was outside cutting his grass and heard “about 20” shots fired at the Lesslie home before seeing someone leave the house.

Evidence left at the scene of the shooting led them to Adams as a suspect. He said they went to Adams’ parents’ home, evacuated them and then tried to talk Adams out of the house. Eventually, they found him dead of a single gunshot wound to the head in a bedroom, he said. Adams was 32.

a .45 and a 9mm handgun were used in Wednesday’s shooting.

Philips had been treated by Lesslie, who lived near his parents’ home in Rock Hill, according to a person who was briefed about the investigation and who spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn’t authorized to speak publicly.

Lesslie had worked for decades as an emergency room doctor, board-certified in both emergency medicine and occupational medicine, and serving as emergency department medical director for nearly 15 years at Rock Hill General Hospital, according to his website.

Adams played in 78 NFL games over six seasons for six teams. He joined the 49ers in 2010 as a seventh-round draft pick out of South Carolina State, and though he rarely started, he went on to play for New England, Seattle, Oakland and the New York Jets before finishing his career with the Falcons in 2015. he had two concussions over three games in 2012.

He was charged with simple assault and battery in 2009, and was acquitted of the charge in a bench trial, according to South Carolina court records.

He was also convicted of several York County traffic charges, including driving under suspension and failure to maintain proof of insurance. These two charges make police say this was not CTE but because Dr Lesslie wouldn’t refill his medication.

Whether he suffered long-lasting concussion-related injuries wasn’t immediately clear. Adams would not have been eligible for testing as part of a broad settlement between the league and its former players over such injuries, because he hadn’t retired by 2014.

But I think to be honest he could of been suffering from CTE which is

Chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) is a progressive and fatal brain disease associated with repeated traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), including concussions and repeated blows to the head.

Philips’ father told a Charlotte television station that he blamed football for problems that might have led his son to commit Wednesday’s violence. He said he wasn’t acting right and that he was anxious, he was muttering to himself and kept inside a lot his father remarked that some days he just didn’t feel like himself so he would keep to himself a lot.

Deputies were called around 4:45 p.m. Wednesday to the Lesslies’ home, which is far up a driveway from an arched stone gate, and not visible from the road. They evacuated the neighbors as they spent hours searching for a suspect with police dogs.

Allison Hope, who lives across from the Adams’ modest one-story brick home, about a mile down the road from the Lesslies, said police allowed her to return home around 9 p.m. Wednesday. Moments later, a vehicle pulled into their driveway and law enforcement quickly surrounded the property.

She said they spent hours negotiating with Adams, using a loudspeaker and sending in a robot to scan the house. She said authorities repeatedly asked Adams to come out, and promised to get his disabled mother out safely, before Adams shot himself.

“This is something I can’t grasp yet. I can’t put it all together and I’m trying to, and I witnessed it,” Hope said. “I feel bad for him because if it was mental or something going on in his life or whatever, you know, he needed help, and that’s the sad part.”

Former Cowboys cornerback Kevin Smith, who trained Adams leading up to the 2010 draft and after he entered the league, said he was a hard worker. He and Casterline both said Adams had opened a shop selling smoothies and juice before COVID-19 hit, and they emphasized Adams didn’t drink or do drugs.

“He didn’t drink not one bit of alcohol,” Smith said. “He was a bit of a neat freak. In his house, everything was precisely placed.”

the first evidence of CTE in an American football player: former Pittsburgh Steeler Mike Webster. The film Concussion with Will Smith in it does a good job of explaining this terrible dessease.

They can’t even tell if you have CTE until after you die.

So what happens is your human brain can get a concussion at 60 G’s a football player on average hits at 160 G’s per blow. Which then causes the brain to become loose from the head making it float and cutting off the nerves to the brain. It’s like pouring wet concrete down a sink drain making them unrecognizable.

The doctors believe it is early alztimers desease But after viewing the brain after death it is CTE and it is what killed Mike Webster Football killed Mike Webster. And possibly Philip Adams.

Terry Long also had CTE he ended up threatening to kill his wife and kids and then took off in his car and drank a gallon of antifreeze before setting himself on fire.

While aggression is common in players who are ultimately found to have had C.T.E., rarely have they resorted to murder or suicide. Junior Seau and Dave Duerson are perhaps the best-known football players who killed themselves and were found to have had C.T.E. A far smaller group — including Jovan Belcher, a Kansas City Chiefs linebacker — has killed others before dying by suicide. Still, C.T.E. has grown in prominence as more former players are found to have had the disease, leading to vociferous debate about its role in their deaths.

Much is still publicly unknown about what kind of medical treatment Adams may have received, or what relationship Adams had with Dr. Robert Lesslie, one of the six people who were murdered. Lesslie was a prominent local physician who specialized in emergency and occupational medicine.

They think the people who are most likely to be effective is sports players such as Football, Hockey, and Soccer as well as Military personal.

Philip Adam’s family has decided to donate his brain to find out if CTE was the cause of this outburst. This can take about 4 months to get back.

The NFL owns Nuro science they say that they can not get brain damage from football. They tried to get CTE to be told it wasn’t real.

Philip’s sister says all of a sudden his aggression just took a turn for the worst and there was no stopping it it was all of a sudden and very fast.

“His mental health degraded fast and terribly bad,” she said. “There was unusual behavior.”

The disease has also been tied to memory lapses, loss of focus, and problems following directions and handling everyday chores. But researchers have found only associations, not causal links, between the disease and the many apparent symptoms.

It remains difficult and perhaps impossible to determine a motive after a suicide because so many factors can play a role, including persistent mental distress and drug use. Adams does not appear to have left a note that tried to explain his motives, and such messages are often considered unreliable.

Symptoms of CTE

Mood and behavior symptoms

Among individuals diagnosed with CTE, some report mood and behavior symptoms that can appear as early as the patient’s 20s. Common changes seen include:

  • Impulse control problems
  • Aggression
  • Mood swings
  • Depression
  • Paranoia
  • Anxiety

Cognitive symptoms

Most patients with CTE eventually experience progressive problems with thinking and memory, including:

  • Short-term memory loss
  • Confusion
  • Impaired judgment
  • Dementia

Cognitive symptoms tend to appear later in life, often in a patient’s 40s or 50s. Patients may exhibit one or both symptom clusters. In some cases, symptoms worsen with time (even if the patient suffers no additional head impacts). In other cases, symptoms may be stable for years before worsening.

Sleep symptoms

A 2020 study from the VA-BU-CLF Brain Bank suggested that problems with sleep, specifically symptoms associated with REM behavior disorder, may be related to CTE pathology. Watch the study’s corresponding author describe the findings by clicking here.

New Evidence:

Police believe there is new evidence that Philp was trying to start a new religion or Cult because of some cryptic messaging. These messages have not yet been released to the public.

According

to Det. D. Askew’s summary of the April 9 search, “Numerous notebooks were located with cryptic writing with different designs and emblems.”

“Detectives had also learned that Phillip Adams had been acting differently and possibly following a new religion or ideology,” the detective wrote.

Theories that Dr. Leslie had something to do with this religion or cult has been circling around but the police have not found any evidence that Dr. Leslie was involved yet.

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