FBI Top Ten Most Wanted: Eric Justin Toth

Wanted Poster
FBI Top Ten
Tracking fugitive Eric Justin Toth
Former teacher wanted for child porn makes FBI list
FBI Receives Hundreds Of Tips In Hunt For 3rd Grade Teacher Wanted For Producing Child Porn
One-Time D.C. Teacher Lands on FBI’s Most Wanted List
Wikipedia: Eric Justin Toth
Update: Eric Justin Toth – FBI Ten Most Wanted *Eric Justin Toth has been detained in Nicaragua*

Monsters Among Us: Nichole Jade Olmstead & Ashley Marie Barber pled guilty to the beating death of Brandy Stevens-Rosine, who they also buried alive; Both sentenced to LWOP


Brandy Stevens-Rosine

BRANDY M. STEVENS-ROSINE obituary
Brandy Rosine-Stevens Memorial blog
No motive released yet in Cochranton murder
Two Women Charged After Lesbian Love Triangle Ends With A Leg Beaten And Buried Alive
Police: Cochranton homicide victim buried alive
Accused killers due in court
Popular student ‘tortured to death and buried in shallow grave in woods’ as killers could face death sentence over lesbian love triangle murder
Graphic details released in murder of Brandy Stevens of Beaver Township
Guilty plea entered in beating and live burial murder; life sentence imposed
Olmstead Sentenced to Life in Prison in Murder Case
Barber gets life in prison for love-triangle murder
CrimeLibrary: Lesbian Love Triangle Leaves Brandy Stevens-Rosine Dead
Murderpedia: Nichole Olmstead

Movies/Documentaries
Frenemies: Text, Lies & Murder
A Stranger In My Home: Mean Girls

INMATE INFORMATION

JADE NICHOLE OLMSTEAD #OU8554
Age: 20
Sex: FEMALE
Date of Birth: 09/14/1993
Citizenship: USA
Race: WHITE
Complexion: MEDIUM
Height: 5′ 08″
Current Location: MUNCY
Permanent Location: MUNCY
Committing County: CRAWFORD

INMATE INFORMATION

ASHLEY MARIE BARBER #OU8963
Age: 21
Sex: FEMALE
Date of Birth: 03/30/1992
Citizenship: USA
Race: WHITE
Complexion: FAIR
Height: 5′ 03″
Current Location: MUNCY
Permanent Location: MUNCY
Committing County: CRAWFORD

Update: Bridgett Frisbie murder *Trial of Alexander Olivieri has begun*


Bridgett Frisbie

Bridgett Frisbie murder 4/3/2011 Katy, TX *Alexander Olivieri charged with her murder; Allegedly killed because she saw Olivieri do a drive-by shooting*
Facebook: LONG LIVE Bridgett Frisbie
Never forget Bridgett Frisbie
Prosecutors: 19-year-old shot girl execution-style to keep her quiet
Teen on trial in girl’s execution-style slaying
Update: Bridgett Frisbie murder *Alexander Samuel Olivieri convicted of her murder

Movies/Documentaries
The First 48: Into The Woods


Alexander Olivieri

Cold Case: Randy Soderberg murder 7/1984 Mount Vernon, WA *Marcus Anthony Everett pled guilty, sentenced to 21 years 9 months in prison*


Randy Soderberg with daughter Melissa

Man pleads not guilty in 20-year-old death (about 1/2 way down)
Murderer to be sentenced Friday for 1984 Slaying
Near 22-year sentence for murderer in 1984 slaying.
Buried secrets uncovered on the small screen
Darlene Lela Soderberg (Randy’s mother, who passed away the day after his memorial service)
Movies/Documentaries
Stolen Voices Buried Secrets: One Last Ride

INMATE INFORMATION

DOC Number: 291438
Offender Name: EVERETT, MARCUS A
Location: Monroe Corrections Center
16550 177th Avenue SE
PO Box 777
Monroe, WA 98272
(360) 794-2600

Serial Killer: Juan Covington convicted of 3 murders, including his uncle; Sentenced to 3 consecutive life in prison terms.


Patricia McDermott

Victims
Rev. Thomas Lee Devlin, 49 (his cousin) [8/19/1998]
David Stewart, 43 (survived) [2003]
William Bryant, 3 (survived) [2004]
Odies Bosket, 36 [3/2005]
Patricia McDermott, 48 [5/2005]

I was unable to find pictures of any of the victims, except Patricia McDermott. If you have one you would like to share, please let me know. Thanks!

Find-A-Grave: Rev Thomas L. Devlin
Odies Bosket obituary
Facebook: Team Trish
Slaying victim remembered
Arrest made in Pa. murder caught on tape
Catching a Killer, With Help From a Camera
Suspected Serial Killer Charged
McDermott suspect charged in ’98 killing Juan V. Covington, 43, of Logan, is charged with murder in the shooting of the Rev. Thomas Lee Devlin, his cousin.
Murderer of three given triple life terms Juan Covington, his lawyer said, was driven to shoot his five victims by a conviction that “he had a mission to exterminate the devil.”
Murderpedia: Juan Covington
Wikipedia: Juan Covington
Juan Covington
A sister remembers with a quilt of love

Movies/Documentaries
On The Case with Paula Zahn: Fatal Footage
Homicide City: Point Blank

INMATE INFORMATION

Age: 50
Sex: MALE
Date of Birth: 03/03/1962
Citizenship: USA
Race: BLACK
Complexion: LIGHT
Height: 5′ 09″
Current Location: WAYMART
Permanent Location: CRESSON
Committing County: PHILADELPHIA
Sentence: 3 consecutive life sentences

Monsters Among Us: Seth Louis stabbed Tracy Maurer to death during a burglary, stabbed her dog as well; sentenced to life in prison


Tracy Maurer

Defendants
Seth Lewis – pled guilty; sentenced to life in prison
Katie Decker – pled no contest to aiding a felon, sentenced to 10 months in jail
Heather Ward – pled guilty; sentenced to 5 years in prison

Tomahawk Woman Dies of Stab Wounds
Police Make Arrest In Tomahawk Murder Case
Teen Charged With Aiding In Northwoods Murder
The man accused of murdering his co-worker in Tomahawk admits he’s guilty
Seth Louis Pleads Guilty To Tracy Maurer’s Murder
Seth Louis Sentencing
Tracy Maurer’s Family Reacts To Seth Louis’ Guilty Plea
Tomahawk homicide case to be featured on Investigation Discovery
Tomahawk murder to be featured in cable television show

Movies/Documentaries
Nigtmare Next Door: Deadly Dealings

INMATE INFORMATION

Name: LOUIS, SETH J
DOC #: 00414529
Birth Year: 1982
Age: 29
Height: 5′ 8″ Weight: 156
Race: WHITE
Hair Color: BROWN
Eye Color: BROWN
Sex: MALE
PhotoDate: 02/27/2009

Status: INCARCERATED
Institution: Dodge Correctional Institution
Region Unit: 6 07
City Hall
1004 E. First St
Merrill, WI 54452-2586
(715)536-6433

INMATE INFORMATION

DOC: 00546744
Name: WARD, HEATHER M
Birth Year: 1989
Age: 23
Sex: FEMALE
Race: WHITE
Weight: 155
Height: 5′ 5″
Eye Color: BLUE
Hair Color: BROWN

Aliases

HEATHER M WARD
HEATHER WARD

Status: INCARCERATED
Institution: Taycheedah Correctional Institution
Region Unit: 6 07
City Hall
1004 E. First St
Merrill, WI 54452-2586
(715)536-6433
Maximum Discharge Date: 10/06/2018 Mandatory Release/Extended Supervision Date: 10/06/2013

True Crime Blog Tour: Author R Barri Flowers

Killers at Every Turn

I’m criminologist and bestselling true crime writer R. Barri Flowers.

As part of a true crime blog tour that includes Bonnie, Kelly Sons, Gary King, and Dane Batty, I am guest blogging today on Bonnie’s Blog of Crime.

You may have seen me on TV series such as Investigation Discovery’s Wicked Attraction or Blood, Lies and Alibis or the Biography Channel’s Crime Stories, offering my expertise on serial killers, murderers, and violent offenders in general.

Here’s one such interview and entire episode from the acclaimed series, Couples Who Kill:

A bit more about me…I have written numerous true crime and criminology titles over the years, including bestsellers, THE SEX SLAVE MURDERS: The True Story of Serial Killers Gerald and Charlene Gallego, SERIAL KILLER COUPLES: Bonded by Sexual Depravity, Abduction, and Murder, MASS MURDER IN THE SKY: The Bombing of Flight 629, and MURDERS IN THE UNITED STATES: Crimes, Killers, and Victims of the Twentieth Century

The Sex Slave Murders: The True Story of Serial Killers Gerald and Charlene Gallego (Kindle edition)

The Sex Slave Murders: The True Story of Serial Killers Gerald & Charlene Gallego (audiobook unabridged)

My latest true crime book MASTERS OF TRUE CRIME: Chilling Stories of Murder and the Macabre, is an anthology I am editor of, featuring seventeen riveting tales of murder, written by all stars of the genre, such as Harold Schechter, Katherine Ramsland, Burl Barer, Carol Ann Davis, Robert Scott, Cathy Scott, Amanda Lamb, and Camille Kimball among others

According to true crime veteran writer Diane Fanning, “Striking, well-written tales sparkle in this ocean of murder.”

And Gary C. King describes anthology as “A fascinating, must-read compendium of true crime by some of the genre’s leading authors.”

To be sure, MASTERS OF TRUE CRIME is all about cold blooded murder and the attempts by the culprits to evade authorities, while law enforcement try to crack the cases and bring about justice.

Amongst the chilling true crime tales in the anthology is my own gripping story about sexually motivated serial killer Donald Miller who graduated from my alma mater, Michigan State University, with a degree in Criminal Justice during the 1970s, before becoming a stone cold killer. Miller murdered and sexually assaulted at least four women in and around the MSU campus in East Lansing, MI, including sadly his ex fiancée, Martha Sue Young, a 19-year old student at the university.

Two riveting tales that take place in Europe. Scottish bestselling true crime writer Carol Ann Davis writes a absorbing story about British arsonist and serial killer Peter Dinsdale, who was only twelve when claiming his first victim; while Dr. Katherine Ramsland, who teaches forensic psychology, does an excellent piece about Italian female serial killer Leonarda Cianciulli.

Other spine tingling tales include Cathy’s Scott’s fascinating account of the Las Vegas murder of former Mob enforcer Herbert Blitzstein, and Phyllis Gobbell’s take on the Nashville murder of nine-year old girl scout Marcia Tremble.

If your interest is in murder and the stories behind, you’ll want to have MASTERS OF TRUE CRIME as a part of your collection.

Masters of True Crime: Chilling Stories of Murder and the Macabre (Amazon)

Masters of True Crime: Chilling Stories of Murder and the Macabre (Barnes & Noble)

Books:

Follow R. Barri Flowers on Twitter (@RBarriFlowers), friend on Facebook (Facebook: R Barri Flowers), and catch up on all his writings, including spine tingling thriller and mystery fiction at R. Barri Flowers

Monsters Among Us: Kevin Cleeves arrested for shooting & killing 3 people his estranged wife, including and then abducted is 4-year-old daughter


Kevin Mathew Cleeves

Victims
Brandi K. Cleeves
Vincent L. Santucci
Rosemary L. Holma

Amber Alert Canceled, Triple-Murder Suspect Arrested In Ohio
3 Shot Dead in Pa.; Girl Taken, Found Safe in Ohio
KIDNAPPING-THREE DEAD
Police find Franklin County shooting suspect, 4-year-old daughter
Criminal affidavit shows that Cleeves murdered daughter’s mother, two others

Psycho For Love: Scott Robin Roston beat & strangled his bride, Karen Waltz Roston, and then threw her overboard from their cruise ship on their honeymoon


Karen Waltz Roston

Man is Held in Death Of His Bride on Cruise
Claims agents killed wife
Death of Bride of 9 Days a Bizarre End to an Unusual Courtship
Man Indicted in Slaying of Bride on Cruise Ship
Bride Who Fell Off Ship Had Been Choked, Autopsy Shows
Trial Begins for Man in Wife’s Honeymoon Death
United States v Scott Robin Roston 1996
Scott Robin Roston v United States 1999
Murderpedia: Dr. Scott Robin Roston

Books
Nightmare in Israel (book Scott wrote)

Movies/Documentaries
Till Death Do Us Part: True Stories of Newlywed Murder Cases
Happily Never After: Set Sail for Bail
How (Not) To Kill Your Husband: Hell Over Heels

INMATE INFORMATION

SCOTT ROBIN ROSTON
Register Number: 87144-012
Age: 65
Race: White
Sex: Male
Located at: Long Beach RRM
Release Date: 07/08/2017

True Crime Blog Tour: Gary C. King

My name is Gary C. King, and I’m a true crime author. Over the years, people have often asked me how I became a writer, why I became a writer, and how I happened to land in the genre of true crime. The answers to the first and third questions are simply that it was an accident, and the answer to the second question was simply that I did not want to work for someone else for a living, and it took me 27 years to arrive at a solution to that dilemma. I’ll elaborate a bit.

Unlike Ann Rule, I don’t have a background in law enforcement, i.e., I didn’t walk a beat in Seattle for a time before deciding to begin writing. The only thing that comes close to a background in law enforcement for me is that one of my brothers, just out of college, decided he wanted to be a cop. His career as a police officer, however, was short-lived. After a few months of being on the force, he responded to a dead body call. When he arrived with his partner, they found a nude, decomposing female lying face down on the floor. When the coroner’s office team
arrived and attempted to lift the body, the woman’s breasts—stuck to the floor from bodily fluids that had leaked out—pulled loose from her body. It wasn’t long before my brother left the force and decided to become a lawyer, but his description of his experience that day always remained with me and was, perhaps, one of the first such incidents I’d heard about and it never left. I was about 14 at the time.

Having been an avid reader during adolescence, I’d read all the James Bond books that Ian Fleming had published before I was 16, along with numerous Agatha Christie mysteries, Edgar Allan Poe stories and poems, Helen MacInnes novels, and many other wonderful authors too numerous to mention here. I had decided early on that I wanted to be a writer, but I never brought the dream to fruition for nearly another decade.

It wasn’t until I was 25 that a friend of mine at the time, who also held aspirations to become a writer, suggested the detective magazines to me. He had written to the editors at True Detective, obtained a sample copy of the magazine and their writer guidelines, but quickly decided it wasn’t for him. Aware of my love for fictional mysteries, he passed the materials along to me and I quickly decided, “I can do this!” Although the stories that True Detective and its affiliated magazines published were true and not fiction, it seemed like a good fit at the time.

It took me six weeks to research and write my first story. There was a case about two young girls in Ashland, Oregon who had been brutally murdered by a man named Manuel Cortez. Partly because I couldn’t fathom how or why someone could do such a thing, I decided to tackle the case and write the story. When it was finished, I sent it in to True Detective “over the transom,” so-to-speak, without querying the editors first, and fortunately for me it turned out that no one else had written about the case to them. They loved the story, and two weeks later I received a letter stating as much, along with a check for $250 and a stack of their standard query forms. They wanted more from me, and the rest, of course, is history. They titled that first story, “Tortured by the Sadist in the Press Box!” Some 400 stories and 15 years later, True Detective, after more than 70 years in business, ceased publication. By then, thankfully, I had transitioned into book writing and had been published by Penguin USA (and later other of the “Big 6” publishers, including St. Martin’s Press), and therefore wasn’t out of business, too.

However, writing for “Big 6” publishers was not sufficient enough to make a decent living for me and my family. I could never reach the lofty heights of, say, James Patterson or Dan Brown, though that would have been nice. As a result, I held numerous J-O-Bs over the years, including working for the federal government. Nothing I did with regard to a J-O-B was satisfying, so I kept writing, usually at night and on weekends. In retrospect I don’t know how I did it, working like a dog day and night, but I guess I did it because I knew I had to. During my last 10 years in the workforce I was employed as the executive assistant to the vice president of a medium-sized West Coast landscape company. That J-O-B paid well, and I halfway enjoyed the work as I was required to do a lot of the company’s written materials. It wasn’t until I was laid off due to the company’s financial struggle to survive in an ever-weakening economy that I realized I was in trouble. I had to do something, and fast. Writing came to the forefront, again.

Since I own the electronic rights to several of my earliest books, I decided I’d publish them myself. Within no time at all, I knew that becoming an “Indie” author was the answer. The books have consistently sold well, and I knew that this was the best answer I could come up with on short notice after being permanently laid off—and encountering health issues that made meeting deadlines impossible.

So far, I couldn’t be happier as an indie. I’ve taken steps that have improved my health issues (and, admittedly, that has been a tough nut to crack), and I’m now doing what I had so often dreamed of doing when I was young man. In retrospect, I wish it could have all happened sooner.

That is my story in a nutshell. I hope you have enjoyed it, and I hope that it provides a touch of inspiration for those attracted to the profession of writing. If you are interested in learning more about me and my work, please consider visiting my website: http://www.garycking.com. You can also connect with me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Gary.C.King and on Twitter (I’m somewhat of a Twitter fanatic, a “tweeting” fool, I’ve been told), http://www.twitter.com/Gary_C_King.

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