Psycho For Love: Kelly Harrod got her friends, Jerry and Tammy Trussell to kill her husband, Franklin “Punkie” Harrod Jr


Franklin Wayne “Punkie” Harrod Jr.

Find-A-Grave: Franklin Wayne “Punkie” Harrod, Jr
Woman Pleads Guilty to Murder
Decade-Old Murder Case Ends in Life Sentence
The Doe Network: Case File 4321DMKS
Charley Project: Franklin Wayne Harrod Jr.
NamUs: MP#7302 Franklin Harrod, Jr.
‘Bodyless’ Murders Challenge Courts (at the end of the article)
State of Kansas v Jerry W. Trussell 2009

Movies/Documentaries
Fatal Vows: Not in Kansas Anymore
American Monster: Don’t Forget Me

Defendants
Kelly Michelle Bishop Harrod – pled guilty, sentenced to 32 months in prison
Tamara Ruth Trussell – pled guilty, sentenced to 136 months in prison
Jerry Wayne Trussell – convicted, sentenced to life in prison plus 12 years

INMATE INFORMATION

KellyBishop prison mug

BISHOP, KELLY MICHELLE, (KDOC # 0086533)
Name(s)
Name Type Name
Conviction BISHOP, KELLY MICHELLE
True OSBURN, KELLY MICHELLE
Alias BISHOP, KELLY MICHEL

Birthdate(s)
Birthdate Type Birthdate Age
True Apr 28, 1976 37

Demographics
Eye Color Hair Color Height Weight Gender Race
Brown Brown 5′-4″ 139 Female White

Current Status reported by Dept. of Corrections
Current Status Discharged Date
Discharged Feb 19, 2011

Conviction(s)
County Case Number (I) Offense Date Sentencing Date ACS Criminal Conviction Description Counts Crime Severity Level Case Status (II)

Butler 05CR547 Jul 28, 1997 Jun 05, 2006 Solicited Solicitation to Murder 1st Degree 1 Non Drug-Grid Severity Level 5 Inactive

INMATE INFORMATION

JerryTrussell prison mug

Name(s)
Name Type Name
Conviction TRUSSELL, JERRY W
True TRUSSELL, JERRY WAYNE

Birthdate(s)
Birthdate Type Birthdate Age
True Nov 19, 1962 51

Demographics
Eye Color Hazel
Hair Color Brown
Height 5′-8″
Weight 198
Gender Male
Race White

Current Status reported by Dept. of Corrections
Earliest Possible Release Date (1)
Current Status Incarcerated
Admission Date Aug 27, 2007
Current Location (2) Hutchinson CF-Central
Custody Level High Medium

Conviction(s)
County Case Number (I) Offense Date Sentencing Date ACS Criminal Conviction Description Counts Crime Severity Level Case Status (II)

Butler 05CR311 Jul 29, 1997 Aug 07, 2007 N/A Aid,Abet,Advise,Counsel,Procure Or Hire-Murder in the First Degree 1 Off Grid Active

Butler 05CR311 Jul 29, 1997 Aug 07, 2007 Conspired Conspiracy to Murder 1st Degree 1 Non Drug-Grid Severity Level 2 Active

INMATE INFORMATION

TamaraTrussell prison mug

Name(s)
Name Type Name
Conviction TRUSSELL, TAMARA RUTH
True CROWE, TAMARA RUTH
Alias CROWE, TAMARA R
Alias TRUSSELL, TAMMY
Alias TRUSSELL, TAMMY RUTH

Birthdate(s)
Birthdate Type Birthdate Age
True Feb 26, 1967 46

Demographics
Eye Color Hair Color Height Weight Gender Race
Green Brown 5′-7″ 158 Female White

Current Status reported by Dept. of Corrections
Earliest Possible Release Date (1) Current Status Admission Date Current Location (2) Custody Level
Mar 14, 2015 Incarcerated Apr 06, 2006 Topeka CF-Central Minimum
(1) This date could be affected by a parole board decision or good time and/or program credit.

Conviction(s)

County Case Number (I) Offense Date Sentencing Date ACS Criminal Conviction Description Counts Crime Severity Level Case Status (II)

Butler 05CR312 Jul 28, 1997 Mar 03, 2006 Conspired Conspiracy to Murder 1st Degree 1 Non Drug-Grid Severity Level 2 Active

Butler 05CR312 Jul 28, 1997 Mar 03, 2006 N/A Voluntary Manslaughter 1 Non Drug-Grid Severity Level 3 Active

LeMarcus Bell murder 10/12/2010 Fort Worth, TX *Girlfriend’s mother, Tyra Ann Whitney, convicted and sentenced to 15 years in prison*

DVawareness

LeMarcus Bell
LeMarcus Bell

Find-A-Grave: LeMarcus Bell
Woman accused of using hammer to kill daughter’s boyfriend
Tarrant County jury sentences woman for killing her daughter’s boyfriend with a hammer
Woman receives prison sentence in slaying
Woman receives prison sentence in slaying
Tyra Ann Whitney v The State of Texas 2013

Movies/Documentaries
Facing Evil: Protecting Your Own

INMATE INFORMATION

tyra-whitney

SID Number: 08476553
TDCJ Number: 01746475
Name: WHITNEY,TYRA ANN
Race: B Gender: F
DOB: 1968-09-11
Maximum Sentence Date: 2026-06-19
Current Facility: CHRISTINA MELTON CRAIN UNIT
Projected Release Date: 2026-06-19
Parole Eligibility Date: 2018-12-19

Offense History

Offense Date: 2010-10-11
Offense: MURDER
Sentence Date: 2011-10-07
County: TARRANT
Case No.: 1217006D
Sentence Date (YY-MM-DD): 15-00-00

Guest Post: Can Teen Drunk Driving Be Prevented? by Marie Portillo

Can Teen Drunk Driving Be Prevented?

As parents, we try to give our children the tools and education to become successful, thriving adults.  However, at one point or another, a teenager will begin developing their own personalities as well as fulfilling their own wants, needs and desires. When it comes to substance use, a teen’s high school and college years are seemingly one big experimental phase. Not only is the body going through significant physical changes, but your child is growing socially as well. Peer pressure can certainly impact your
teen’s everyday decisions, but do not think that your input does not matter. However, when it comes to the safety of your child, and the youth of today’s relaxed mentality on drunk-driving, you do want to offer as much education, support and open-communication that you possibly can.

To better understand your child’s current mentality, reflect back on your own teen years and you will probably come to the conclusion that you made some pretty irrational and risky decisions. Did you experiment with drugs? Did you on occasion heavily drink alcohol or binge drink? What did you learn from the choices you made regarding substance experimentation? Have you ever gotten behind the wheel while under the influence? Did your experimentation turn into a lifelong problem with substance use or was it just a phase you grew out of? These are all good things to contemplate before engaging in a conversation with your teenagers about alcohol and drug use; they may ask you about your own experiences and you should be prepared to have an answer for them.

Fatalities that occur from drunk driving accidents are certainly a heartbreaking disaster for everyone involved. You may be wondering how to protect your teen from this sort of tragedy, and there is no definite answer except to project the value of good choices, judgment and responsibility. Some parents prefer to use threatening tones or punishment to deter their teen from drunk driving. Unfortunately, these scare tactics are not very effective for discouraging teens from driving while under the influence or stopping them from consuming alcohol in the first place. According to David Hanson Professor at Potsdam University who discusses on his website, Alcohol Problems and Solutions, there are several other methods that have minimal effect on a person’s decision to drive drunk or not such as; “incarceration and jail time, heavy fines or even an increase in the cost of alcoholic beverages.”

While as a parent you do not want to advocate for drinking and driving, you should prepare yourself for the fact that your teen may still decide to drink and drive anyway, regardless of the life lessons you have taught them. In this case, it is important to educate and prepare them to be ready to handle any situation. Engage in frequent conversations regarding alcohol or substance use so that your teen feels comfortable coming to you with a problem or concern. Help them recognize signs of a highly intoxicated person, and teach them problem solving to avoid confrontation that may occur if they try to stop a friend from drunk driving. On the flip-side your teen may also feel immense pressure to drink even if they hang out with a “good crowd.” Maybe your teen is torn between not really wanting to drink and the desire to fit in with their friends? Or they are curious as to what it feels like to be drunk? Either way, using an open and non-aggressive tone is the easiest way to get your teen to better communicate.

Another reason communication is key, is that it reassures your teen that while they will still have to face some consequences for their actions, you will be there for them if they need you. If your teen is ever in a situation where they may need a ride home, you should always let them know you will come and pick them up regardless of the circumstances. A teen filled with fear that they will be harshly punished for drinking or even hanging out with friends that have alcohol will be less inclined to call a parent and will most likely take the risk of driving or get in a car with someone who is intoxicated, convincing themselves that nothing will happen.

Another helpful tip is to explain to your teenager that all alcohol affects you the same way, regardless of its strength. Some adults have the misconception that having a single beer will not impair their judgment or reaction time while operating a vehicle; however, in reality “the contents of the typical bottle or can of beer, glass of wine, or liquor drink (mixed drink or straight liquor) each contain virtually identical amounts of pure alcohol. When it comes to alcohol, a drink is a drink and is all the same to a breathalyzer” (Hanson; Drinking and Driving).

Teens should also know their limits to drinking, especially if they are newly experimenting with alcohol.  This could not only save your teen from an alcohol overdose or alcohol poisoning but may provide them with some reality when it comes to drinking and driving; however, this is something you as a parent would need to be comfortable experimenting with. Although the legal limit to drink in European countries is often 16 to 18 years of age, alcohol is introduced at a much younger age and in turn there are statistically fewer fatalities involving alcohol. In the United States, the legal drinking age is 21 but the laws regarding underage drinking vary by states. Some parents however introduce alcohol, typically wine, in their home to pre-teens and teens at their own discretion.

There are some parents who are open to helping their teen understand how alcohol affects their body, and use different parenting techniques to achieve this. A controversial technique used by some parents is to allow their teenager to consume a few alcoholic beverages in the safety of their own home. In one instance, throughout a one to two hour window a parent handed their teen a pen and paper and asked them to write clearly, “drinking doesn’t affect my driving” as they consumed alcohol. As the teen continued to drink their writing became sloppier and sloppier. After the teen was finished drinking, the parent instantly made the teen consume plenty of food and water. The next day the parent presented their teen with their handwriting before, during and after drinking. The parents used this visual example to explain to their teen that if they could barely operate a pen, they were not fit to operate a vehicle.  This eye-opening experiment can visually show teens how drinking impacts their basic motor skills, even after only small amount of alcohol.

Whatever parenting tips you use, preventative education is always the best way to at least arm your teen with the tools to properly assess situations, while giving them the confidence to know that they can make the right choice in any situation with your support. While alcohol may be taboo in your household, almost 70% of college freshmen experiment with alcohol within their first year. It may be better to educate your teen now and provide them with the power of choice and good judgment for a successful future. After all sooner or later they are on their own.

Source: Alcohol: Problems and Solutions

Malcolm Bruce Kellogg murder 6/9/1991 Cayuga Lake, NY *Wife, Laurie Lee Kellogg, and 4 teens convicted of his murder*

DVawareness

Bruce Kellogg
Bruce Kellogg

Wife, teens extradited in murder
Wife says murder was not her idea
Temptress or abused? Jury considers case
Wife guilty in confusing split verdict
Pa. woman, three teens sentenced to prison in husband’s slaying
Movies Based On True Stories: Lies Of The Heart: The Laurie Kellogg Story
Corruption in the System: Laurie Lee Kellogg
Wikipedia: Lies of the Heart: The Story of Laurie Kellogg
Notorious convict applies for clemency
Convicted murderer loses clemency bid

Movies/Defendants
Lies of the Heart: The Story of Laurie Kellogg
Facing Evil: In the Name of Love

Defendants
Laurie Lee Kellogg – convicted, sentenced to 25 years to life in prison
Denver Allen McDowell – convicted, sentenced to 50 years to life in prison
Nicole Marie Pappas – pled guilty, sentenced to 8 1/2 to 25 years in prison, released 2001
Charles Sebelist – pled guilty, sentenced to 5 to 15 years in prison, released 2006
Kristi Mullins – pled guilty as a juvenile, served a 5 year juvenile sentence

INMATE INFORMATION

LaurieKellogg

Identifying and Location Information
As of 11/29/13
DIN (Department Identification Number) 92G1356
Inmate Name KELLOGG, LAURIE L
Sex FEMALE
Date of Birth 08/16/1964
Race / Ethnicity WHITE
Custody Status IN CUSTODY
Housing / Releasing Facility BEDFORD HILLS
Date Received (Original) 09/18/1992
Date Received (Current) 09/18/1992
Admission Type NEW COMMITMENT
County of Commitment SENECA
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 11/29/13
Crime Class
MANSLAUGHTER 1ST B
BURGLARY 1ST B
MURDER 2ND A1
CRIM USE OF FIREARMS 1ST B

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 11/29/13
Aggregate Minimum Sentence 0025 Years, 00 Months, 00 Days
Aggregate Maximum Sentence LIFE Years, 99 Months, 99 Days
Earliest Release Date 06/06/2016
Earliest Release Type PAROLE ELIGIBILITY DATE
Parole Hearing Date 02/2016
Parole Hearing Type INITIAL RELEASE APPEARANCE
Parole Eligibility Date 06/06/2016
Conditional Release Date NONE
Maximum Expiration Date LIFE
Maximum Expiration Date for Parole Supervision
Post Release Supervision Maximum Expiration Date
Parole Board Discharge Date

INMATE INFORMATION

DenverMcDowell

Identifying and Location Information
As of 11/29/13
DIN (Department Identification Number) 92B2188
Inmate Name MCDOWELL, DENVER A
Sex MALE
Date of Birth 03/26/1973
Race / Ethnicity WHITE
Custody Status IN CUSTODY
Housing / Releasing Facility EASTERN
Date Received (Original) 09/21/1992
Date Received (Current) 11/13/1992
Admission Type RETURN FROM ANOTHER AGENCY
County of Commitment SENECA
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 11/29/13
Crime Class
MURDER 2ND A1
CONSPIRACY 1ST A1

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 11/29/13
Aggregate Minimum Sentence 0025 Years, 00 Months, 00 Days
Aggregate Maximum Sentence LIFE Years, 99 Months, 99 Days
Earliest Release Date 06/06/2016
Earliest Release Type PAROLE ELIGIBILITY DATE
Parole Hearing Date 02/2016
Parole Hearing Type INITIAL RELEASE APPEARANCE
Parole Eligibility Date 06/06/2016
Conditional Release Date NONE
Maximum Expiration Date LIFE
Maximum Expiration Date for Parole Supervision
Post Release Supervision Maximum Expiration Date
Parole Board Discharge Date

INMATE INFORMATION

Identifying and Location Information
As of 11/29/13
DIN (Department Identification Number) 92G1357
Inmate Name PAPPAS, NICOLE M
Sex FEMALE
Date of Birth 02/26/1975
Race / Ethnicity WHITE
Custody Status RELEASED
Housing / Releasing Facility BEACON FEMALE
Date Received (Original) 09/18/1992
Date Received (Current) 09/18/1992
Admission Type
County of Commitment SENECA
Latest Release Date / Type (Released Inmates Only) 10/31/01 PAROLE DIV OF PAROLE

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 11/29/13
Crime Class
CONSPIRACY 2ND B
CRIM POSS WEAP 2ND C

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 11/29/13
Aggregate Minimum Sentence 0008 Years, 04 Months, 00 Days
Aggregate Maximum Sentence 0025 Years, 00 Months, 00 Days
Earliest Release Date
Earliest Release Type
Parole Hearing Date 02/2002
Parole Hearing Type APPROVED OPEN DATE/6 MO AFT INIT APPEAR
Parole Eligibility Date 10/06/1999
Conditional Release Date 02/06/2008
Maximum Expiration Date 06/06/2016
Maximum Expiration Date for Parole Supervision
Post Release Supervision Maximum Expiration Date
Parole Board Discharge Date 08/10/2006

INMATE INFORMATION

Identifying and Location Information
As of 11/29/13
DIN (Department Identification Number) 92B2184
Inmate Name SEBELIST, CHARLES W JR
Sex MALE
Date of Birth 12/17/1974
Race / Ethnicity WHITE
Custody Status RELEASED
Housing / Releasing Facility WYOMING
Date Received (Original) 09/18/1992
Date Received (Current) 02/28/2005
Admission Type
County of Commitment SENECA
Latest Release Date / Type (Released Inmates Only) 01/04/06 PAROLE DIV OF PAROLE

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 11/29/13
Crime Class
CRIM POSS WEAP 2ND C

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 11/29/13
Aggregate Minimum Sentence 0005 Years, 00 Months, 00 Days
Aggregate Maximum Sentence 0015 Years, 00 Months, 00 Days
Earliest Release Date
Earliest Release Type
Parole Hearing Date 02/2006
Parole Hearing Type PAROLE VIOLATOR ASSESSED EXPIRATION
Parole Eligibility Date 06/06/1996
Conditional Release Date 05/19/2006
Maximum Expiration Date 01/27/2007
Maximum Expiration Date for Parole Supervision
Post Release Supervision Maximum Expiration Date
Parole Board Discharge Date

Curtis and Marjorie Chillingworth murders 6/15/1955 Palm Beach, FL *Floyd “Lucky” Holzapfel pled guilty, sentenced to life in prison*

Curtis and Marjorie Chillingworth
Curtis and Marjorie Chillingworth

Chillingworth Trial Begins Monday In Florida
Killer Pins Murders on Peel
Peel Prosecutor Pounces, Roars for Extreme Penalty
Holzapfel Murder Story Attacked By Peel Defense As Revengeful Lie
Holzapfel Case Rests
‘Lucky’ Loses Appeal
Killer Seeks Freedom
Judge Convicted For 1955 Murders Seeking Freedom
‘Consider Parole,’ Says Knott (part 1)
Knott (part 2)
Ailing Peel Scheduled To Be Released Today
Historic Palm Beach: Chillingworth murders (has a lot of articles)
Judge & Executioner
Judge, Lawyer, Killer (GREAT article)
Murderpedia: Joseph Alexander Peel
Wikipedia: Curtis Chillingworth
Evil Under The Sun
Judge Joe Peel and the Chillingworth murders
Charley Project: Curtis Eugene Chillingworth
Charley Project: Marjorie Croude McKinley Chillingworth

Books
Chillingworth Family History
True Crime: Florida
Myths and Mysteries of Florida: True Stories of the Unsolved and Unexplained (Myths and Mysteries Series)
Murder in the Tropics (Florida Chronicles)

Movies/Documentaries
A Crime To Remember: Judge, Jury, Executioner

Defendants
Floyd “Lucky” Holzapfel – pled guilty, sentenced to death, overturned, sentenced to life in prison, died in prison in 1996
Joseph Alexander Peel – convicted as accessory, sentenced to life; paroled 1982, died 9 days later
George “Bobby” Lincoln – received immunity for testifying against the other two

3 Chillingworth defendants

Kids Who Kill: Kristina Joy Fetters killed her elderly great-aunt, Arlene Louise Klehm

remembering the victims

Oct. 27, 1994: Alleged killer `like daughter’ to slain woman
Iowa Briefs
Dec. 15, 1995: Witness describes slaying of woman
Dec. 16, 1995: Psychiatrist says Fetters was sane
Girl convicted of killing great-aunt Dec. 19, 1995: Girl, 15, guilty of murder, will get life
Iowa Briefs
Youngest Iowa ‘lifer’ loses latest appeal
Murderpedia: Kristina Joy Fetters
FAMILY DIVIDED: Parole or No Parole For Murderer
Dying inmate Kristina Fetters granted hospice-only parole
Convicted of First Degree Murder, Kristina Fetters Released on Parole
Dying inmate who killed as teen paroled to hospice
Freed inmate Kristina Fetters, convicted as juvenile, dies
Friend of Kristina Fetters speaks about her death

INMATE INFORMATION

Kristina Fetters

Name Kristina Fetters
Offender Number 0808149
Sex F
Birth Date 02/05/1980
Age 33
Location Iowa Correctional Institution for Women
Offense MURDER 1ST DEGREE
County Of Commitment Polk
Commitment Date 01/12/1996
Duration LIFE
TDD/SDD * LIFE

Aaron Vu murder 11/22/2013 Miami, FL *10-year-old Aaron shot during a robbery at his parents nail salon

Aaron Vu
Aaron Vu

Police Searching For Gunmen Who Fatally Shot 10-Year-Old
10-Year-Old Boy Dead, Adult Injured After Shooting: Miami-Dade Police
Miami-Dade Police search for killers of 10-year-old boy in nail salon robbery
Poster: Seeking Homicide Information
Police search for gunmen in deadly nail salon shooting
Miramar family grieves for 10-year-old slain in nail salon robbery
Neighbors mourn beloved Miramar boy slain in nail salon robbery

Psycho For Love: Mark Smith stabbed his ex-girlfriend, Jennifer Crompton, 63 times; He received life in prison

dating-violence

Jennifer Crompton
Jennifer Crompton

Find-A-Grave: Jennifer Jo Anne Crompton
Vicki Crompton
A Mother’s Story
New evidence in girl’s death
Suspect allegedly threatened victim
Jenny Crompton case
Smith convicted of murder
Teen faces life prison term
Court upholds murder conviction
Branstad rejects clemency for four Iowa convicts
Man serving life for killing PV student denied commutation request
Parents meeting with daughter’s killer soothes grief
Mother says dating violence claimed daughter
Jenny’s Story: Parents Were the Last to Know

Books
Saving Beauty from the Beast: How to Protect Your Daughter from an Unhealthy Relationship

Movies/Documentaries
Mother of Murder: Pilot

INMATE INFORMATION

MarkSmith 2009

Name Mark Allen Smith
Offender Number 0803215
Sex M
Birth Date 09/29/1967
Age 46
Location Newton Correctional Facility
Offense MURDER 1ST DEGREE
County Of Commitment Scott
Commitment Date 02/12/1987
Duration LIFE
TDD/SDD * LIFE

News Archive: Rachel and Lillian Entwistle murder

DVawareness

Rachel and Lillian Entwistle
Rachel and Lillian Entwistle

Rachel and Lillian Entwistle murder 1/22/2006 Hopkinton, MA *Police search for Neil Entwistle after find his wife and child murdered*
Update: Entwistle murder *Neil Entwistle in Britain, may not come to funerals*
Update: Rachel and Lillian Entwistle murder *Neil Entwistle is charged with the murders of his wife and daughter*
Update: Rachel and Lillian Entwistle murder *Neil Entwistle’s secret life revealed*
Update: Rachel and Lillian Entwistle murder *Neil Entwistle pleads not guilty*
Update: Entwistle murder *Neil Entwistle hires private investigator*
Update: Rachel and Lily Entwistle murder *Neil Entwistle murder trial to begin on Monday June 2*
Update: Rachel and Lillian Entwistle murder *Jury selection started in trial of Neil Entwistle*
Breaking News: Neil Entwistle convicted of the murder of his wife and baby, sentenced to LWOP

Movies/Documentaries
Handsome Devils: Dead Charming

INMATE INFORMATION

nentwistle.jpg

Offender Name: NEIL ENTWISTLE
Offender ID:W92483
Date of Birth:
Age:
Race:
Gender: Male

Custody Status: In Custody
Location of Offender:Old Colony Correctional Center (Medium Security)

Update: Gee/Constant Family Massacre *Christopher Harris convicted of the murders, sentenced to 5 life sentences plus 84 years*

DVawareness

Gee-Constant Family
Gee-Constant Family

Victims
Raymond Gee, 46
Ruth Gee, 39
Justina Constant, 16
Dillen Constant, 14
Austin Gee, 16
Tabitha Gee, 3 (survived)

Cops: Two brothers, two motives in Beason Family murder
Beason murders coverage
A house filled with horror
Sex and violence
If the shoe fits
The calm before the storm
Timing is everything
Filet-O-Snitch
A star witness testifies
A booty call after a blood bath
Mistrial winds
Tire iron, picture of a blister on Chris Harris’ hand shown to jurors
The right to remain silent
Tabitha survives, lawyers duel/a>
The curtain closer
Taking the stand
Backdooring it
The end is near
Metaphors and Murder
Ill. man gets life term for killing family of 5
Christopher Harris wants new trial
Jason Harris gets 20-year prison term in Beason slayings
Jason Harris sentenced to 20 years in prison for role in Beason family murders
Man Convicted of Killing Ex-Wife’s Family Wants New Trial
Luciano: Tough, tiny survivor of Beason massacre has been adopted

Defendants
Christopher Harris – Convicted, sentenced to 5 life sentences plus 84 years
Jason Harris – convicted, sentenced to 20 years in prison

ChristopherHarris prison mug

S14554 – HARRIS, CHRISTOPHER J.
Parent Institution: MENARD CORRECTIONAL CENTER
Offender Status: IN CUSTODY
Location: MENARD
Sex Offender Registry Required

PHYSICAL PROFILE
Date of Birth: 01/08/1979
Weight: 200 lbs.
Hair: Brown
Sex: Male
Height: 5 ft. 10 in.
Race: White
Eyes: Green

MARKS, SCARS, & TATTOOS
TATTOO, ARM, LEFT – ALYSSA N RILEY PS91:11 WOMAN
TATTOO, ARM, RIGHT – SKULLS PANTHER
SCAR, ARM, RIGHT –

ADMISSION / RELEASE / DISCHARGE INFO
Admission Date: 07/30/2013
Last Paroled Date:
Projected Discharge Date: INELIGIBLE

SENTENCING INFORMATION
MITTIMUS: 2009CF171
CLASS: M
COUNT: 1
OFFENSE: MURDER/INTENT TO KILL/INJURE
CUSTODY DATE: 10/01/2009
SENTENCE: LIFE
COUNTY: LOGAN
SENTENCE DISCHARGED?: NO

MITTIMUS: 2009CF171
CLASS: M
COUNT: 1
OFFENSE: MURDER/INTENT TO KILL/INJURE
CUSTODY DATE: 10/01/2009
SENTENCE: LIFE
COUNTY: LOGAN
SENTENCE DISCHARGED?: NO

MITTIMUS: 2009CF171
CLASS: M
COUNT: 1
OFFENSE: MURDER/INTENT TO KILL/INJURE
CUSTODY DATE: 10/01/2009
SENTENCE: LIFE
COUNTY: LOGAN
SENTENCE DISCHARGED?: NO

MITTIMUS: 2009CF171
CLASS: M
COUNT: 1
OFFENSE: MURDER/INTENT TO KILL/INJURE
CUSTODY DATE: 10/01/2009
SENTENCE: LIFE
COUNTY: LOGAN
SENTENCE DISCHARGED?: NO

MITTIMUS: 2009CF171
CLASS: M
COUNT: 1
OFFENSE: MURDER/INTENT TO KILL/INJURE
CUSTODY DATE: 10/01/2009
SENTENCE: LIFE
COUNTY: LOGAN
SENTENCE DISCHARGED?: NO

MITTIMUS: 2009CF171
CLASS: X
COUNT: 1
OFFENSE: ATTEMPT MURDER/INTENT TO KILL/INJURE
CUSTODY DATE: 10/01/2009
SENTENCE: 30 Years 0 Months 0 Days
COUNTY: LOGAN
SENTENCE DISCHARGED?: NO

MITTIMUS: 2009CF171
CLASS: X
COUNT: 1
OFFENSE: HOME INVASION/CAUSE INJURY
CUSTODY DATE: 10/01/2009
SENTENCE: 30 Years 0 Months 0 Days
COUNTY: LOGAN
SENTENCE DISCHARGED?: NO

MITTIMUS: 2009CF171
CLASS: X
COUNT: 1
OFFENSE: ARMED ROBBERY
CUSTODY DATE: 10/01/2009
SENTENCE: 20 Years 0 Months 0 Days
COUNTY: LOGAN
SENTENCE DISCHARGED?: NO

INMATE INFORMATION

S14630 – HARRIS, JASON L.
Parent Institution: BIG MUDDY CORRECTIONAL CENTER
Offender Status: PAROLE
Location: PAROLE DISTRICT 3

PHYSICAL PROFILE
Date of Birth: 08/11/1987
Weight: 210 lbs.
Hair: Brown
Sex: Male
Height: 5 ft. 08 in.
Race: White
Eyes: Hazel

MARKS, SCARS, & TATTOOS
TATTOO, ARM, LEFT – SKULL
TATTOO, ARM, RIGHT – OLIVIA CROSS GOD HELP ME TRU
TATTOO, BACK – TIGER
GLASSES (PRESCRIPTION) –

ADMISSION / RELEASE / DISCHARGE INFO
Admission Date: 08/21/2013
Parole Date: 02/11/2019
Projected Discharge Date: 02/12/2021

SENTENCING INFORMATION
MITTIMUS: 2013CF184
CLASS: 3
COUNT: 1
OFFENSE: CONCEAL HOMICIDAL DEATH
CUSTODY DATE: 10/06/2009
SENTENCE: 10 Years 0 Months 0 Days
COUNTY: LOGAN
SENTENCE DISCHARGED?: NO

MITTIMUS: 2013CF184
CLASS: 2
COUNT: 1
OFFENSE: OTHER AMT NARCOTIC SCHED I&II
CUSTODY DATE: 10/06/2009
SENTENCE: 7 Years 0 Months 0 Days
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