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Cold Case: Shannon Marie Siders murder 7/17/1989 Newaygo County, MI *Brothers Paul and Matthew Jones charged with her murder*

Shannon Siders
Shannon Marie Siders

Into The Dark: The Murder Of Shannon Marie Siders
A father’s mission
Documentary about Shannon Siders’ murder, ‘Into the Dark,’ to air on WGVU
2 brothers charged with premeditated murder of Shannon Siders in 1989 cold case
Brothers charged in 1989 Siders murder
Two West Michigan Brothers Jailed for 25-Year-Old Murder
Shannon Siders’ father, reliving his daughter’s murder: ‘There are people who thought I did it.’
Documents Reveal Details in Shannon Siders’ Murder
Father of Shannon Siders on arrest of daughter’s alleged killers: ‘It’s the beginning of the end’
Brothers arrested in 1989 murder of Michigan teen

Movies/Documentaries
Into The Dark

Matthew and Paul Jones
Matthew and Paul Jones

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Murder In The Family: Robert Levine hired Bruce McKinney to kill his brother, Donald Levine and his wife Marsha Levine

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Donald and Marsha Levine
Donald and Marsha Levine

Levine Convicted In Slayings Of Kin
Killer Of 2 In Munster Gets A 55-year Term
Levine murderer gets 55 years
Life Term In Munster Slayings
Deadly Delivery: The Donald and Marsha Levine Murders
Brotherly Love
Trial and Error?
Deadly Delivery: The Donald and Marsha Levine Murders
United States of America v Robert M. Levine 1993
Murder Most Foul
Munster homicides to hit TV series

Movies/Documentaries
Unusual Suspects: Will To Murder
Blood Relatives: So Lonesome I Could Die
Dominick Dunne’s Power, Privilege, and Justice: Deadly Delivery
Behind Mansion Walls: The Robert Levine Story

Defendants
Bruce McKinney – convicted, sentenced to 55 years in prison
Robert Levine – convicted, sentenced to 3 terms of LWOP

INMATE INFORMATION

Robert Levine arrest

ROBERT M LEVINE
Register Number: 96074-012
Age: 73
Race: White
Sex: Male
Located at: Victorville Medium I FCI
Release Date: LIFE

INMATE INFORMATION

Bruce McKinney

BRUCE W MCKINNEY
DOC Number 913769
First Name BRUCE
Middle Name W
Last Name MCKINNEY
Suffix
Date of Birth 08/25/1949
Gender Male
Race White
Facility/Location Out-of-state Facilities
Earliest Posssible Release Date 06/23/2017

Sentence Information
Date of Sentence 12/16/1991
Description MURDER
Term in Years / Months / Days 55 00 00000
Type of Conviction M
Indiana Citation Code 35-42-1-1
Cause Number 45G02-8912-CF-00205
County of Conviction LAKE
Projected Release Date 06/23/2017

Monsters Among Us: Marcus A. Wellons raped and killed 15-year-old India Roberts; Executed 6/17/2014

remembering the victimsOn the evening of August 30, 1989, Saunders told Wellons that their relationship was over and that he must move out of her apartment. Wellons, who had recently been fired from his job, purchased a one-way ticket to Miami for a flight departing on the evening of August 31. Fearing to be alone with Wellons the night before his departure, Saunders told Wellons that she was going to Chattanooga to spend the night with her parents and enroll Tony in school. Instead, Saunders went to the home of a female friend.

That evening, Wellons began making desperate attempts to reach Saunders by telephone. He called her mother in Chattanooga repeatedly, only to be told that Saunders had not arrived. Wellons then called Saunders’ friends, but no one knew or revealed her whereabouts. He called his mother and told her he suspected that Saunders was with another man. Wellons became increasingly angry and began drinking. He ransacked Saunders’ apartment. He overturned potted plants and furniture, threw flour onto the floor, and poured bleach over all of Saunders’ clothes, carefully sparing his and Tony’s belongings in the process.

After the apartment was demolished, Wellons began attempts to cover up his deed. He broke a window, from the inside out, cutting his hand in the process and smearing blood around the apartment. He stacked electronic equipment by the door. He then called 911 at approximately 3:00 a.m. on August 31 to report a burglary.

When a police officer arrived, Wellons told the officer that he had come home to find the apartment ransacked, although no items were missing. Wellons explained to the officer that he cut his hand while struggling to uncover a stash of money to determine if it had been taken. Sometime after the officer left, Wellons wrote a racial slur across the wall in Saunders’ bedroom.

Several hours later, at approximately 8:00 a.m., the victim said goodbye to her mother and walked from her apartment, past Saunders’ door, toward the school bus stop. Shortly thereafter, Saunders’ next door neighbor heard muffled screams from inside Saunders’ apartment.

The apartment building was close to a wooded area, beyond which was a grocery store. At approximately 2:00 p.m., Wellons approached an acquaintance who was employed at the grocery store and asked to borrow a car. The acquaintance refused. Wellons told the acquaintance that when he (Wellons) returned home the previous night, he encountered two white men who were burglarizing the apartment. Wellons said that he successfully fought off the intruders but explained that he had in the process sustained the injuries to his hand.

About half an hour later, Theodore Cole, a retired military police officer, was driving near the wooded area behind the apartment complex. He spotted in the distance a person carrying what appeared to be a body wrapped in a sheet. He distinctly saw feet dangling from the bottom of the sheet. Cole drove on but then returned for a second look.

He drove around in the parking lot of the apartment complex and saw nothing. As he was driving away, however, he saw a man in his rear view mirror walk along the road and throw a sheet into the woods. Cole drove directly to the grocery store, where he called 911. Police officers arrived quickly and began a search of the woods.

The police first discovered sheets, clothing and notebooks bearing Tony’s name. Then, upon close inspection of a pile of tree branches near where had seen the man carrying the sheet, Cole spotted the body of India Roberts. When the branches were removed, the officers discovered that the victim completely unclothed, with cuts on one side of her face and ear and bruises on her neck.

During the search of the woods, Cole spotted a black man with a bundle under his arm near the apartment building and identified him as the man Cole had seen carrying the sheet. Cole and an officer chased the man, but as they approached the building, the man turned the corner and Cole and the officer heard a door shut. The officer learned from a passerby which apartment was occupied by a man fitting the description given by Cole. He knocked on Saunders’ door and announced his presence, but there was no answer. He returned to join the other officers, who were investigating the scene in full force, with helicopters overhead.

Wellons, now trapped inside Saunders’ apartment with residual evidence of his crime, gave up his attempt to dispose of the evidence in the woods. He first tried to clean the apartment and his clothes. He then abandoned that project, changed into swim wear, grabbed an old, yellowed newspaper and a cup of wine, partially barricaded and locked the door, and headed for the pool.

On his way, Wellons caught sight of a police officer and stopped abruptly. The officer began questioning him. Initially evasive, Wellons did ultimately tell officers that the injuries to his hand, and new scratches to his face, were sustained during a scuffle with two men whom he had caught burglarizing Saunder’s apartment.

While investigating the scene, officers had asked Cole whether either of two black males was the man Cole had seen carrying the sheet. Cole immediately ruled out each of the men. Then, while officers were questioning Wellons, one officer standing at a distance from the questioning asked Cole whether Wellons was the man he had seen. Cole said that although Wellons was wearing different clothing from the man he had seen carrying the sheet, and whom he had again seen near the complex, Cole was 75 to 80 percent certain that Wellons was the same man.

Later that day, officers searched Saunders’ apartment. Inside, they found numerous items of evidence including the victim’s notebooks and earrings. In Tony’s room, they discovered the victim’s panties. They also found blood on Tony’s mattress and box springs. The mattress had been flipped so that the bloody portion was facing downward, and the bed had been remade.

The autopsy revealed that the victim died from manual strangulation, which in itself would have taken several minutes. The autopsy also showed that Wellons had attempted to strangle the victim with a ligature, possibly a telephone cord, and that he had bruised her and cut her face and ear with a sharp object. The evidence suggested that Wellons had dragged or otherwise forcibly moved the victim from the kitchen up the stairs to Tony’s bedroom. Finally, the autopsy revealed a vaginal tear and copious amounts of what appeared to be seminal fluid within the victim’s vagina. She had defensive wounds to her hands, and her blouse was stained with her own blood.

Although a not guilty plea was entered for Wellons, he did not dispute his participation in the crimes. Instead, he urged the jury to return a verdict of not guilty by reason of insanity or guilty but mentally ill.

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Murderpedia: Marcus A. Wellons
Georgia execution is first since botched Oklahoma procedure
Marcus Wellons executed

INMATE INFORMATION

MarcusWellons prison mug

WELLONS, MARCUS A
GDC ID: 0000091080
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION

YOB: 1955
RACE: BLACK
GENDER: MALE
HEIGHT: 6’02”
WEIGHT: 178
EYE COLOR: BROWN
HAIR COLOR: BLACK
SCARS, MARKS, TATTOOS

INCARCERATION DETAILS

MAJOR OFFENSE: MURDER
MOST RECENT INSTITUTION: GA DIAG CLASS PRISON
MAX POSSIBLE RELEASE DATE: DEATH

ACTUAL RELEASE DATE: CURRENTLY SERVING
CURRENT STATUS: ACTIVE

KNOWN ALIASES

A.K.A. WELLON,MARCUS
A.K.A. WELLONS,MARCUS A
A.K.A. WELLONS,MARCUS ALFONSO
A.K.A. WELLONS,MARCUS ALFPHONSO
STATE OF GEORGIA – CURRENT SENTENCES

CASE NO: 314289
OFFENSE: MURDER
CONVICTION COUNTY: COBB COUNTY
CRIME COMMIT DATE: 08/31/1989
SENTENCE LENGTH: NOT AVAILABLE

CASE NO: 314289
OFFENSE: RAPE
CONVICTION COUNTY: COBB COUNTY
CRIME COMMIT DATE: 08/31/1989
SENTENCE LENGTH: NOT AVAILABLE
STATE OF GEORGIA – PRIOR SENTENCES

STATE OF GEORGIA – INCARCERATION HISTORY

INCARCERATION BEGIN 06/09/1993
INCARCERATION END ACTIVE

Serial Killer: Joel David Rifkin *The Ripper* Sentenced to 203 years to life in prison, eligible for parole at age 238

Rifkin victims

Victims
Susie (body not found) (no picture)
Julie Blackbird (body not found)
Barbara Jacobs, 31
Mary Ellen Deluca, 22
Yun Lee, 31 (no picture)
“Number six” unidentified (body not found) (no picture)
Lorraine Orvieto, 28
Mary Ann Holloman, 39 (no picture)
“Number six” unidentified (no picture)
Iris Sanchez, 25
Anna Lopez, 33
Violet O’Neill, 21 (no picture)
Mary Catherine Williams, 31
Jenny Soto, 23
Leah Evans, 28
Lauren Marquez, 28
Tiffany Bresciani [6/24/1993] (no picture)

Self-proclaimed serial killer Joel Rifkin pleads innocent
Alleged serial killer leads police to sites of 2 buried bodies in N.Y.
Joel Rifkin admits killing two women
How Rifkin confessed to killings
Admitteed New York serial killer lined to murder of 13th woman
Search widens for evidence of serial killings
Rifkin charged with more murders
Admitted slayer of 17 women goes on trial in New Yor
Admitted serial killer’s first trial opens
Rifkin gets maximum in first trial
Serial killer is convicted
Rifkin handed life sentence
Murderpedia: Joel David Rifkin
Joel Rifkin Biography
Joel David Rifkin: New York’s Most Prolific Serial Killer
SK Gallery
Wikipedia: Joel Rifkin
Exclusive: Inside The Mind Of A Serial Killer

Books
From the Mouth of the Monster: The Joel Rifkin Story
Garden of Graves: The Shocking True Story of Long Island Serial Killer Joel Rikfin

Movies/Documentaries
Most Infamous: My Mother’s Basement
Nightline: Secrets of Your Mind

INMATE INFORMATION

Joel Rifkin

Identifying and Location Information
As of 05/14/14
DIN (Department Identification Number) 95A6514
Inmate Name RIFKIN, JOEL
Sex MALE
Date of Birth 01/20/1959
Race / Ethnicity WHITE
Custody Status IN CUSTODY
Housing / Releasing Facility CLINTON
Date Received (Original) 09/20/1995
Date Received (Current) 09/20/1995
Admission Type NEW COMMITMENT
County of Commitment SUFFOLK
Latest Release Date / Type (Released Inmates Only)

Crimes of Conviction
If all 4 crime fields contain data, there may be additional crimes not shown here. In this case, the crimes shown here are those with the longest sentences.
As of 05/14/14
Crime MURDER 2ND
Class A1

Crime MURDER 2ND
Class A1

Crime MURDER 2ND
Class A1

Crime RECKLESS ENDANGERMENT 1ST
Class D

Sentence Terms and Release Dates
Under certain circumstances, an inmate may be released prior to serving his or her minimum term and before the earliest release date shown for the inmate.
As of 05/14/14
Aggregate Minimum Sentence 0203 Years, 08 Months, 00 Days
Aggregate Maximum Sentence LIFE Years, 99 Months, 99 Days
Earliest Release Date 02/26/2197
Earliest Release Type PAROLE ELIGIBILITY DATE
Parole Hearing Date 10/2196
Parole Hearing Type INITIAL RELEASE APPEARANCE
Parole Eligibility Date 02/26/2197
Conditional Release Date NONE
Maximum Expiration Date LIFE
Maximum Expiration Date for Parole Supervision
Post Release Supervision Maximum Expiration Date
Parole Board Discharge Date

Monsters Among Us: David Lee Herman was executed for the murder of Jennifer Burns during a robbery

remembering the victims

Victims
Jennifer Burns
Harold “Clay” Griffin (survived)
Sally Fogle (survived)

Inmate’s suicide attempt fails
State court upholds murder convictions
Convicted killer executed after failed suicide attempt
Ex-topless nightclub manager put to death
Murderpedia: David Lee Herman

Movies/Documentaries
Unusual Suspects: Nightclub Nightmare

INMATE INFORMATION

DavidLeeHerman prison mug

Last Statement:

It was horrible and inexcusable for me to take the life of your loved one and to hurt so many mentally and physically. I am here because I took a life and killing is wrong by an individual and by the state, and I am sorry we are here but if my death gives you peace and closure then this is all worthwhile. To all of my friends and family, I love you and I am going home.

Inmate Information: David Lee Herman

Michael and Florence Phillips murder 8/29/1989 Machiasport, ME *Richard Uffelman convicted and sentenced to life in prison*

remembering the victims

Fatal Feud Divides a Village in Maine
Sons tell of fear they felt
Uffelman sons describe fear before killing of neighbors
A judgment ignored, justice denied in Maine criminal case
Jersey follows the money; Maine, the bunny
Virtues left behind and the troubling Maine crime that continues
Machias killer to petition for new trial today
State of Uffelman 1993

Movies/Documentaries
Fear Thy Neighbor: Red Picket Fences

INMATE INFORMATION

MDOC Number: 2370
Name: UFFELMAN, RICHARD BRIAN
Status: Incarcerated
Date of Birth: 9/14/1946
Earliest Possible Release Date: Life
Location: Maine State Prison

Eldon Anson murder 2/03/1989 Huntington, IN *Jarrod Michael Wall pled guilty but mentally ill, sentenced to 60 years in prison*

remembering the victimsFrom Jarrod Wall’s appeal:

In January of 1989, appellant and John Velasquez planned to burglarize the home of Eldon Anson in Huntington County. The purpose of the burglary was to steal guns. Appellant disliked Anson because he believed Anson was a homosexual drug abuser who might have been responsible for his uncle developing Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS).

On the night of February 3, 1989, appellant went to Velasquez’ home, and following a discussion, he requested that Erick Esch help him burglarize Anson’s home. Velasquez informed appellant and Esch that he was unable to go to Anson’s home, but he did provide them with jackets, a satchel, and a knife. Appellant was armed with a loaded .22 caliber pistol and a hatchet that he had purchased.

Appellant and Esch drove to Anson’s house and rang the doorbell. Anson answered the door, and appellant told him they were interested in looking at one of his old vehicles. Anson let them in and then led them outside where he showed them vehicles in his garage and driveway. Appellant grew angry when he heard Anson’s voice and thought of his uncle. As Anson was unlocking one of the vehicles, appellant pulled out his gun and shot Anson in the head. Appellant then shot Anson five more times. Upon noticing that Anson was not dead, appellant went to his vehicle to retrieve his hatchet and returned to strike Anson in the head. As appellant struck Anson, he covered his head with his hands further angering appellant and prompting him to strike Anson’s hands. He also struck Anson in the back and on the buttocks.

Believing Anson to be dead, appellant and Esch went into Anson’s home to look for the guns. When they were unable to locate the guns, appellant took a radio. Appellant and Esch hid a bloody jacket in a trash bin and threw the hatchet in the river. Anson did not die until four days later.

Eldon Tully Anson
Jarrod Michael Wall v State of Indiana 1991
Excerpt from Notorious 92: Indiana’s Most Heinous Murders in All 92 Counties

Books
Fear No Evil

Movies/Documentaries
Redrum: Collecting Enemies

Defendants
Jarrod Michael Wall – pled guilty but mentally ill, sentenced to 60 years in prison
Erick Esch – pled guilty, sentenced to 28 years in prison
John J. Velasquez – pled guilty, sentenced to 30 years in prison

INMATE INFORMATION

JARROD WALL
DOC Number 894797
First Name JARROD
Middle Name
Last Name WALL
Suffix
Date of Birth 04/27/1971
Gender Male
Race White
Facility/Location Indianapolis Re-Entry Education Facility
Earliest Possible Release Date 03/11/2015

Sentence Information
Date of Sentence 09/18/1989
Description MURDER
Term in Years / Months / Days 60 00 00000
Type of Conviction M
Indiana Citation Code 35-42-1-1
Cause Number 35C01 8903 CF 00010
County of Conviction HUNTINGTON
Projected Release Date 03/11/2015

INMATE INFORMATION

ERICK ESCH
DOC Number 894605
First Name ERICK
Middle Name
Last Name ESCH
Suffix
Date of Birth 08/04/1971
Gender Male
Race White
Facility/Location Returned to court authority on release
Earliest Possible Release Date 03/19/1992

Sentence Information
Date of Sentence 09/05/1989
Description BURGLARY
Term in Years / Months / Days 20 00 00000
Type of Conviction FB
Indiana Citation Code 35-43-2-1
Cause Number 35C01-8903-CF-00011
County of Conviction HUNTINGTON
Projected Release Date 03/19/1992

Sentence Information
Date of Sentence 09/05/1989
Description ASSISTING A CRIMINAL
Term in Years / Months / Days 08 00 00000
Type of Conviction FC
Indiana Citation Code 35-44-3-2
Cause Number 35C01-8903-CF-00011
County of Conviction HUNTINGTON
Projected Release Date 03/19/1992

INMATE INFORMATION

JOHN J VELASQUEZ
DOC Number 894606
First Name JOHN
Middle Name J
Last Name VELASQUEZ
Suffix
Date of Birth 09/15/1971
Gender Male
Race White
Facility/Location Returned to court authority on release
Earliest Possible Release Date 06/12/1997

Sentence Information
Date of Sentence 09/11/1989
Description BURGLARY
Term in Years / Months / Days 16 00 00000
Type of Conviction FB
Indiana Citation Code 35-43-2-1
Cause Number 35C01-8904-CF-00016
County of Conviction HUNTINGTON
Projected Release Date 06/12/1997

Sentence Information
Date of Sentence 09/11/1989
Description CONSPIRACY/BURGLARY
Term in Years / Months / Days 10 00 00000
Type of Conviction FB
Indiana Citation Code 35-41-5-2
Cause Number 35C01-8904-CF-00016
County of Conviction HUNTINGTON
Projected Release Date 06/12/1997

Psycho For Love: David Zimmer and his brother Robert are charged with the cold case murder of David’s wife, Cathy Zimmer

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Cathy Zimmer
Cathy Zimmer

Brothers Arrested in San Jose State Student Cold Case
Husband, brother arrested in 1989 ‘mystery quilt’ cold case
Cathy Zimmer murder: Husband, his brother arrested 25 years after body found at San Jose airport
Husband arrested in 1989 ‘quilt cold case’ murder of California mother
Brothers arrested in ‘quilt’ cold-case killing
Quilt May Be Key to 1989 Cold Case Murder

quilt
The quilt wrapped around her body that helped break the case

Serial Killer: Scott Thomas Erskine – killed at least 3, now on CA death row

Jonathan Sellers and Charlie Keever

Known Victims
Renee Baker, 26 [6/23/1989] (no picture)
Jonathan Sellers, 9 [3/27/1993]
Charlie Keever, 13 [3/27/1993]

Police Identify Suspect in 1993 Slayings of Two Boys
Children’s Unsolved Murders Add Questions to the Pain
Convicted Rapist Is Charged in ’93 Slayings
Trial begins today in ’93 killing of 2 boys
Boys’ rapes, murders detailed in Erskine trial
Man Guilty of 2 Boys’ ’93 Murders
Murderer to Face Retrial on Penalty Phase
Killer, Torturer of 2 Boys Gets Death Sentence
Killer To Enter Plea In ’89 Slaying
Lantana Woman’s 1989 Killer Sentenced
Murderpedia: Scott Thomas Erskine
Wikipedia: Scott Erskine

Movies/Documentaries
Who The (Bleep) Did I Marry?: The Face of Death

INMATE INFORMATION

Scott Thomas Erskine

Name: ERSKINE, SCOTT THOMAS
CDCR#: J16985
Age: 51
Admission Date: 05/02/1994
Current Location: San Quentin
San Quentin, CA 94964
(415) 454-1460

Horace “Big Mac” McKenna Jr. murder 3/9/1989 Brea, CA *Three people, including his business parter Michael Woods, convicted and sentenced to prison*

Horace Big Mac McKenna
Horace “Big Mac” McKenna Jr.

Find-A-Grave: Horace Joseph “Big Mac” McKenna, Jr
No Suspects in Brea Slaying : McKenna Was Not Shady, Just Flamboyant, Son Says
2 Charged in Murder Like One in Film They Produced
3 Arrested in Killing of Ex-CHP Officer Who Ran Strip Clubs
1989 Strip-Club Killing Trial Opens
Witness Blames Victim’s Threats
Strip-Club Partner Guilty in ’89 Murder
25 to Life for Strip Club Owner Who Ordered Partner’s Death
A Hit Man’s Guilt
Horace McKenna’s home
Carbon Canyon Crime Capsule #1: The Murder of Horace McKenna, Jr. (a lot of interesting comments, including some from John Sheridan)
Sex, Lies and Straight-to-Videotape
Flipping (movie made by David Amos)
The Takeover (another movie made by David Amos)

Movies/Documentaries
City Confidential: Los Angeles, CA: Silenced Partner
Tabloid: Lights, Camera, Murder!

NOTE FROM BLOG OWNER:
Please read my comment policy if you don’t know my rules. I will not approve any comment that violates it. Main thing: Do NOT speak negatively about the victim. Period. My blog focuses on the victim. It is the victim that needs to be remembered. Always remember the victim.

Defendants
Michael Woods – convicted, sentenced to 25 years to life in prison
John Patrick Sheridan – pled guilty, sentenced to 20 years in prison [released]
David Paul Amos – pled guilty, sentenced to 20 years in prison [released]

INMATE INFORMATION

Name: WOODS, MICHAEL
CDCR#: T47887
Age: 71
Admission Date: 03/13/2002
Current Location: Chino State Prison
14901 Central Avenue
Chino, CA 91710
(909) 597-1821

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