From Maureen Malloy’s appeal: During early November 1995, Maureen Alice Malloy restrained another woman, K.H., in a motel room in Spenard. For more than a week, Malloy inflicted many brutal physical and sexual assaults on K.H., all the while keeping her sedated with a combination of alcohol and muscle relaxants. Finally, during the early morning of November 9, Malloy drove K.H. to a remote location on the Campbell Airstrip Road; there, Malloy murdered K.H. by slashing her throat and stabbing her in the chest.
A few days later, Malloy arranged for a friend to mail the murder weapon and K.H.s belongings to another friend of Malloy’s in Washington State. Malloy telephoned this friend and instructed her to burn the contents of the package when it arrived. Based on this conduct, Malloy was convicted of kidnapping, first-degree murder, and tampering with evidence. For these crimes, Malloy received a composite sentence of 159 years imprisonment, with no eligibility for discretionary parole during the first 129 years of this sentence.
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Maureen Alice Malloy v State of Alaska 2000
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Forensic Files: In Harm’s Way
Devil in the Details: Buzz Kill
Offender Name: MAUREEN A MALLOY
Date of Birth:08/14/1961
Custody Status: In Custody
Location of Offender:Other Non State Facility
Scheduled Release Date: 04/25/2105
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