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Monsters Among Us: Spc. Aaron Robinson killed Spc. Vanessa Guillen, beating her to death with a hammer; Now Robinson’s girlfriend, Cecily Ann Aguilar, is charged with conspiracy to tamper with evidence, (helping to dismember her body) a federal offense

Spc. Vanessa Guillen remembered in memorial on Fort Hood
Family of missing Fort Hood soldier holds search parties in Belton, Copperas Cove
One military suspect dead, ex-wife of former soldier arrested in connection to Vanessa Guillen disappearance
Fort Hood investigates claim Vanessa Guillen was sexually harassed
Vanessa Guillen killed with hammer and her body mutilated, affidavit says
Grand Jury indictment affidavit for Cecily Anne Aguilar
Here’s how phone records led investigators to the suspects in Vanessa Guillen’s disappearance
Cecily Aguilar, The Suspect In Murder Case Of Fort Hood Soldier Vanessa Guillen, To Appear In Court
Cecily Aguilar pleads not guilty, bond denied until trial for her suspected role in death of Vanessa Guillen
Woman pleads not guilty to charges in SPC Vanessa Guillen’s death
Suspect in Vanessa Guillen case faces judge for first time, new hearing date set
How Houston, the US are demanding justice for Vanessa Guillen

Defendants
Spc. Aaron Robinson – killed himself when police came to take him into custody
Cecily Aguilar – pled not guilty, in jail awaiting trial

Military Murder: Brandon Michael Olivares charged with the murder of U.S. Army Pfc. Brandon Scott Rosecrans, whose body was found on the side of the road


PFC Brandon Scott Rosecrans

Man found dead in Harker Heights identified as Fort Hood solider
Fort Hood soldier found shot dead near burning Jeep
Fort Hood soldier found shot dead miles from his vehicle burning near Texas base
‘They will understand what they took from us’ | Father seeking justice after Fort Hood soldier was shot, killed
Killeen man charged with murder in slaying of Fort Hood soldier
Man arrested for murder of Fort Hood soldier who was found dead on the side of the road
Man arrested for murder of Fort Hood soldier who was found dead on the side of the road
Man Charged in Slaying of Fort Hood Soldier Brandon Rosecrans
Slain soldier was shot 4 times at close range, perhaps while asleep, affidavit says
Killeen Man Arrested After Shooting and Leaving Fort Hood Soldier to Die
Cell phone pings, neighborhood videos, burned Jeep key used to catch Fort Hood soldier’s killer, affidavit says

INMATE INFORMATION

Monsters Among Us: Ibrahim E. Bouaichi charged with rape, released from jail over COVID-19 (he was not infected); Charged now in killing the victim, Karla Elizabeth Dominguez Gonzalez – also shot himself, in grave condition

Alexandria Police Department Asks Public to Help Locate Homicide Suspect Ibrahm Elkahlil Bouaichi
Police identify 33-year-old man wanted for Alexandria’s first murder of 2020
Murder Suspect Was Released After COVID-19 Court Delay, Allegedly Kills Former Girlfriend Before Trial
Police seeks public help to locate the killer of beauty queen Karla Gonzalez
‘Armed, Dangerous’ Man Sought in Killing of Alexandria Woman
Alexandria Police Department Announces Homicide Suspect Has Been Taken Into Custody
Alexandria Rape Suspect Killed Accuser, Police Say
Rape suspect who was freed due to coronavirus kills his accuser in Alexandria, police say
Freed from jail amid coronavirus, VA rape suspect kills accuser: report
Rape suspect freed from jail amid COVID-19 allegedly kills accuser
Virginia rape suspect released from jail amid pandemic kills his accuser, police say
gofundme: Karla Elizabeth Dominguez

INMATE INFORMATION


Ibrahim Elkahlil Bouaichi

Monsters Among Us: Terebea Williams was convicted of carjacking, kidnapping and killing Kevin “John” Ruska Jr.; Sentenced to 84 years to life in prison; *Released from prison after19 years (not 84) due to Coronavirus – JUSTICE DENIED for the victim and his family*


Kevin “John” Ruska Jr

This is outrageous! She was sentenced to 84 years to life in prison, meaning that she was supposed to serve 84 years before being able to apply for parole. Personally, I do not believe that any violent inmate should be released due to COVID19. Especially killers. They forfeited the right to get any special consideration. This killer already had her habeas corpus denied, so this should not have even been a consideration. I feel so horrible for Kevin “John” Ruska Jr. family. They are not taking it well, and I wouldn’t either.

Find-A-Grave: Kevin John Ruska
Convicted Murderer Serving 84-Years-To-Life In Prison, Terebea Williams, Released Over Coronavirus Fears
Woman who left man to die in Davis motel released from prison decades early due to COVID-19 concerns
Woman who left ex to die in 1998 gets parole
Sister of murdered California man responds to convicted killer’s early release: ‘Absolutely devastating’
Williams v Jacquez 2011 (habeas corpus denied)
Terebea Jean Williams v Deborah Jacquez 2012 (denial of habeas corpus affirmed)

INMATE INFORMATION

ID Number W91512
Custody Status Date Jul 30, 2020 08:01 AM PDT
Custody Status Out of Custody
Custody Detail Paroled

Book Date Aug 28, 2001 12:00 AM PDT

REPORTING AGENCY
California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation
P.O. Box 942883
Sacramento, CA 94283
(877) 256-6877

Boyfriends From Hell: John Michael Thompson charged with the capital murder of his girlfriend’s 19-month-old daughter

Man charged with capital murder for death of 19-month-old girl in Tuscaloosa County
Alabama man charged with capital murder in child’s death
Alabama man charged with capital murder in child’s death
Man charged in 1-year-old’s death in Coker

INMATE INFORMATION


Offender Name:THOMPSON, JOHN MICHAEL
Custody Status:In Custody
Age:31
Location:Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office
Race:White
Contact Facility:
Offender ID:345132
Gender:Male
Date of Birth:05/21/1989

Tri Xuan Phan murder 1/10/2007 West Valley City, UT *Beaten to death at the VUI VUI Pool Hall; Case cold until 2018; Tien Troung Nguyen convicted, sentenced to 15 years to life in prison*

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Tri Xuan Phan

I have seen the victim’s name 3 different ways:
Tri-Quan-Phan
Tri Xuan Phan
Chee Fan

Man Murdered at WVC Pool Hall
Man’s body found at WVC billiard shop
Billiards owner’s death may be result of beating
West Valley City wants to thaw out cold cases, solve business owner’s 2007 slaying
Aggravated murder charges filed in 2007 killing of billiards hall owner
Because he brought a sword to a bowling alley, police say, this cold case is now solved
Police charge man with murder in 2007 West Valley killing
Utah man headed to prison in 2007 murder of pool hall owner
Man sentenced to 15 years to life in 2007 killing of pool hall owner

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INMATE INFORMATION

Offender Number: 247453
Offender Name: TIEN TRUONG NGUYEN
DOB: Sun, 14 Sep 1980
Height: 5 Feet 6 Inches
Weight: 130
Sex: M
Location: UTAH STATE PRISON
Housing Facility: UINTA
Parole Date: N/A
Aliases:
TIEN TRUONG NGUYEN

Monsters Among Us: Donald DuBray killed Suzette Pritchard while she was working at Keith’s Town Pump convenience store; Sentenced to life in prison

From Donald Dubray’s appeal:
On the night of October 6, 1986, Suzette Pritchard was working at a Town Pump convenience store located on 10th Avenue South in Great Falls.   Friends of Suzette’s, including Becky Hill, Vicki Kuhn, and Suzette’s sister, Annette Pritchard, visited Suzette at work periodically throughout her shift that night.   At about 12:55 a.m., Annette, Becky, and Vicki left to get Suzette french fries from a nearby Burger King. When they returned about five minutes later, they noticed a maroon-colored car parked behind the Town Pump that they had not seen before.   The three generally described the car as older, beat-up, and dirty.

Vicki took the french fries into the Town Pump while Annette and Becky waited in the car.   Vicki noticed a man she did not recognize at the microwave.   The man walked toward her and stopped about three feet in front of her.   Vicki observed that he may have been intoxicated.   She reported that the man made her feel uneasy, and that she attempted to make conversation with him.   Becky and Annette also saw the man, and all three were able to give similar, though not identical, descriptions of him.

When Vicki returned to the car, she told Annette and Becky that the man gave her the creeps.   Becky had the feeling he was just waiting for them to leave.   Annette decided she would call her sister intermittently through the rest of her shift that night.   As they drove away from the Town Pump, Annette noticed it was 1:08 a.m.

At about 1:20 a.m., Larry Blanchard, the owner of a private security business, drove in front of the Town Pump. He observed a dirty, red, mid-sized car with some body damage leaving from the rear of the store.

After Vicki dropped her friends off, she and her boyfriend returned to the Town Pump to visit with Suzette.   Vicki found Suzette’s body lying on the floor behind the counter.   At 1:22 a.m., Officer Porter from the Great Falls Police Department was dispatched to the Town Pump. Suzette was dead when he arrived.   She had been stabbed multiple times in the chest.   During his investigation of the crime scene, Officer Porter noticed a wrapped-up sandwich lying on the counter.   Later that night, a detective processed the crime scene and lifted fingerprints throughout the store.   Unfortunately, the prints on the sandwich wrapper were not usable.

The owner of the Town Pump found that approximately $300 was missing from the store.   About a week after the homicide, he realized that a knife with a five-inch steel blade, which was always kept in the store, was missing.   He was also able to determine by looking at cash register receipts, that the last transaction before the homicide was for ninety nine cents, the price of the sandwich on the counter.

In the weeks and months following the homicide, Vicki and Becky helped develop composite drawings of the suspect.   All three of the primary witnesses, Annette, Becky, and Vicki, participated in approximately fifty photo lineups.   The detectives followed up on information provided by the public, but to little avail.   At one point they investigated Joseph Grosbusch, another Town Pump employee, but concluded he was not a suspect.

Between 1989 and 1997, there were no significant developments in the investigation.   In 1997, however, Detective Cameron received information from a confidential informant that Donald DuBray committed the homicide.   DuBray was in prison for a rape conviction at the time the tip was provided.   The confidential informant also told Detective Cameron that DuBray owned 1969 and 1974 red Pontiacs.   Based on this information, Detective Cameron reopened the investigation.   Detective Cameron learned that DuBray had been driving a 1967 red or maroon Pontiac with damage to the rear end at the time of the homicide.

At the time of Suzette’s murder, DuBray lived with his girlfriend, Rose Valenzuela.   Rose testified that on the night of October 6, 1986, the night of the homicide, DuBray left the apartment and did not return until early the morning of October 7, 1986.   That day Rose flew to Seattle.   She testified that a month or two later when DuBray found her in Seattle, he told her he had robbed the Town Pump.

Dubray Convicted Of Two Counts Of First Degree Murder
Justices reject DuBray’s appeal in stabbing death
Man convicted in ’86 convenience store murder seeks new trial
State of Montana v Donald DuBray 2003 (conviction and sentence affirmed)
Donald DuBray v State of Montana 2008 (conviction and sentence affirmed)
Man convicted of killing Great Falls woman dies in prison
Montana State Prison inmate convicted of homicide dies in custody
Inmate convicted in 1986 killing dies
United States of America v Donald Frances Dubray 1992 (conviction affirmed)
United States of America v Donald Frances Dubray 1993 (sentence affirmed)
Sister of slain teen forgave killer

Movies/Documentaries
Motives & Murders: Three Times the Pain

INMATE INFORMATION

Federal information
DONALD FRANCIS DUBRAY
Register Number: 01919-046
Age: 52
Race: American Indian
Sex: Male
Released On: 07/25/2014

Montana information

DonaldDuBray prison mug

DOC ID# 44635
NAME: DONALD FRANCIS DUBRAY
CURRENT STATUS: INMATE
LAST STATUS CHANGE: Thursday, September 04, 2014
GENDER: Male
INFORMATION CURRENT AS OF: Tuesday, December 23, 2014
PRISON:
MONTANA STATE PRISON
700 Conley Lake Drive
Deer Lodge, MT 59722
(406) 846-1320

PHYSICAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS
HAIR COLOR: Brown
EYE COLOR: Green
HEIGHT: 5 FT 10 IN
WEIGHT: 180 lbs
BUILD: MEDIUM RACE: NATIVE AMERICAN
SKIN TONE: LIGHT
L/R HANDED: L YEAR OF BIRTH: 1962
BIRTH PLACE: Montana
CITIZENSHIP: United States
MT RESIDENT: Y
AKAs
DONNY DUBRAY,
DONNIE DUBRAY,
DON DUBRAY,
DON DUBUEY,
DONALD F DUBRAY,
DONALD FRANCES DUBRAY,
ROBERT D DUBRAY,
JOHN ADOLF MARTINEZ

LEGAL RECORD

DOCKET: CDC-98-019
COUNTY: CASCADE COUNTY
JUDGE: NEILL
COUNTS: 1
LEGAL TYPE: Original Sentence
SENTENCE TYPE: PRISON OFFENSE: Theft
CODE: 456301
OFFENSE DATE: 10/7/1986
SENTENCE PRONOUNCED: 4/15/1999
NET SENTENCE (MONTHS): 120

DOCKET: CDC-98-019
COUNTY: CASCADE COUNTY
JUDGE: NEILL
COUNTS: 1
LEGAL TYPE: Original Sentence
SENTENCE TYPE: LIFE OFFENSE: Deliberate Homicide
CODE: 455102
OFFENSE DATE: 10/7/1986
SENTENCE PRONOUNCED: 4/15/1999
NET SENTENCE (MONTHS): 1800

DOCKET: CDC-98-019
COUNTY: CASCADE COUNTY
JUDGE: NEILL
COUNTS: 1
LEGAL TYPE: Original Sentence
SENTENCE TYPE: PRISON OFFENSE: Robbery
CODE: 455401
OFFENSE DATE: 10/7/1986
SENTENCE PRONOUNCED: 4/15/1999
NET SENTENCE (MONTHS): 480

Monsters Among Us: David Roth (NOT the singer) killed 17-year-old Elizabeth “Lisa” Ann Elder Roberts after she refused sex; He confessed and spent 26 years in prison; She was just identified through genetic geneology


Elizabeth “Lisa” Ann Elder Roberts

This is what detectives believed happened to Lisa:

“During the murder investigation in 1977, detectives learned Precious Jane Doe was hitchhiking near Silver Lake on August 9, 1977. She was picked up by David Roth who wanted to go swimming at the lake. Instead, he gave her a ride and asked her to have sex. When she declined, he strangled her and shot her seven times in the head. Her body was found five days later by residents picking blackberries in the 11300 block of 4th Avenue West in unincorporated south Everett. She was unrecognizable. Roth confessed to the murder and was sentenced to 26 years in prison. The remains were thought to be that of a 25 to 35 year old woman. Detective John Hinds drew a composite sketch of what she should look like, but no one could identify her. For an unknown reason, she was no longer listed as missing in NCIC.

“Extensive efforts began again in 2008 to identify her body after the Doe Network inquired about the case. Investigators exhumed the body and she was examined by Dr. Kathy Taylor, the State Forensic Anthropologist with the King County Medical Examiner’s Office. Her examination revealed that the remains were more likely that of a teenage girl, age 16 to 19. That got the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children involved to assist. Forensic Artist Natalie Murry provided an updated composite sketch. Detectives were never able to identify the female, who was named Precious Jane Doe by Detective Jim Scharf.”

Long after body was found, detectives search for ‘Jane Doe’
‘She’s precious to me:’ Snohomish cold case detective identifies Jane Doe murder victim after 40 years
Cold case closed: Everett murder victim ‘Jane Doe’ identified 43 years later
‘Shock to the system’: Family learns DNA identified 1977 Everett murder victim
Washington state murder victim, 17, ID’d after nearly 43 years, police say
Girl killed in Washington is identified 43 years later by DNA extracted from her hair
Solved: For 43 years, she was ‘Precious’ Jane Doe


David Roth

Manhunt: Connecticut on the hunt for homicide suspect Peter Manfredonia, who is suspected of killing 2 people and wounding another

Victims
Theodore DeMers, 62 [Willington, CT]
Nicholas Eisele, 23 [Derby, CT]
woman abducted [Derby, CT – found safe]

‘A cruel twist of fate:’ Remembering CT homicide victim Theodore DeMers

Vehicle Related to ‘Armed and Dangerous’ Suspect in Willington, Derby Murders Found in N.J.
‘Armed and Dangerous’ Suspect in Willington Attack is a UConn Student: School Official
State police searching in Pennsylvania for UConn senior wanted in Willington, Derby killings
Manhunt underway for UConn senior Peter Manfredonia suspected in two murders
CSP: Willington homicide suspect believed to have killed second victim in Derby, car stolen by suspect located in New Jersey
Individual With Newtown Ties Implicated In Two Homicides
Connecticut manhunt underway for suspect in 2 killings, assault
Police: Car linked to suspect in Willington homicide, Derby death found in N.J.
’Armed and dangerous’ Connecticut homicide suspect last seen in eastern Pa.: police
FBI joins 3-state manhunt for UConn student wanted in string of slayings, home invasion and kidnapping
UConn student wanted in homicides using Uber to get around as parents plead for his surrender: police
Timeline of the Search for UConn Student Suspected in Homicides and Kidnapping
Search for UConn Student Suspected in 2 Killings in Conn., Abduction Enters Day 6


Peter Manfredonia

Deadly Duo: Gregory and Travis McGregory charged with the shooting murder of jogger Ahmaud Arberty


Ahmaud Marquez Arbery

Ahmaud Marquez Arbery obituary
Ahmaud Arbery death: Continuing coverage
Ahmaud Arbery Murder Investigation
Ahmaud Arbery case: Georgia father and son arrested, charged with murder
Ahmaud Arbery shooting: A timeline of the case
Newly released 911 call made days before shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery
Georgia lawyer says he leaked Ahmaud Arbery shooting video to ‘stop a riot’
DOJ considering whether to pursue hate crime charges in killing of Ahmaud Arbery
Ahmaud Arbery shooting video was leaked by one of the suspects: report
What We Know About the Shooting Death of Ahmaud Arbery
Ahmaud Arbery died from multiple gunshot wounds, autopsy finds
The shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery: A timeline of a case that’s gripping the nation
Man who recorded Ahmaud Arbery shooting charged with felony murder
Man who filmed shooting of Ahmaud Arbery charged with murder
Ahmaud Arbery case: GBI doesn’t anticipate more arrests for felony murder
Ahmaud Arbery’s mom says others should be investigated in son’s murder
Georgia police department at center of Arbery murder investigation has disturbing past filled with scandals, corruption
Wikipedia: Shooting of Ahmaud Arbery

Defendants
Gregory McMichael
Travis McMichael
William Roddy Bryan

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