Police arrest man for 2016 murder of Jacksonville woman By: Stephanie Brown, News 104.5 WOKV Nearly two years after a 25-year-old was found dead on a Baldwin roadway, the man believed to be responsible has been arrested. The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office has arrested 59-year-old Dennis Mixon for arson and murder. The arrest report does not give […]
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Three face capital murder charges in 2009 cold case from Collin County via dallasnews.com – Valerie Wigglesworth Answers have finally arrived for the family of a Dallas man whose decomposing body was found in the trunk of his car at an abandoned Collin County gas station nearly nine years ago. Richard Robinson, 49, died of […]
By Carole Hawkins Patty O’Rourke checks back with the police every few years, hoping for new information about her first husband, Paul Seidenstricker, and his 1994 murder. “Unless you bug them, you don’t hear anything,” she said. “It’s been a couple of years. I need to ask them about it again.” She knows Paul […]
By Marilyn Young Sue Cormier wasn’t on the Pawtucket Police Department when Wendy Madden was brutally raped and murdered in March 1991. But 22 years later, Cormier reopened the case when some unexpected information came in.
By Carole Hawkins Somebody knows who killed Bryan Wrigley. That’s what his mother, Mandy Wrigley, believes. There was just too much physical evidence at the crash scene. Too much damage for the hit-and-run driver to hide. A witness who saw the driver speeding away.
Frances Ann Gordon, or Frankie to those that knew and loved her, was a 37-year-old mother, wife, daughter, sister, family member and friend to countless individuals still waiting for answers in her unsolved murder.
By Carole Hawkins Tamica Jackson recalls many details of her early childhood, even though it’s been more that 30 years since those times. Those years growing up in Northwest Jacksonville surrounded by her father, mother, two older brothers and two older sisters.
By Carole Hawkins Since the death of her only son, Corliss Davis has remade herself into a community activist. A board member for anti-crime and anti-violence groups. A participant in the crime watch for her Kansas City, Missouri, neighborhood.
UPDATE 2.0: After 21 months we are finally able to talk about something that has been going on behind the scenes since March 2016. That is when we were contacted by a television production company asking if we could help them identify victims of unsolved homicides. The case had to meet some very unique and […]