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News Archive: Megan Lynn Touma murder

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Spc. Megan Touma

Spc. Megan Touma murder 6/18/2008 (approximately) Fayetteville, NC *7 month pregnant soldier found dead in a hotel room*
Update: Megan Lynn Touma murder *Mysterious letter claims responsibility for her murder*
Update: Megan Touma *Fellow soldier, Edgar Patino, is the person of interest*
Breaking News: Megan Touma murder *Edgar Patino Lopez arrested for her murder*
Update: Megan Lynn Touma murder *Edgar Patino pled guilty, sentenced to 16 years to 20 years in prison*

Movies/Documentaries
Deadly Affairs: Love is a Battlefield
Scorned: Love Kills: Love is a Battlefield

INMATE INFORMATION

EdgarPatino prison mug

EDGAR PATINO
Offender Number: 1235327
Inmate Status: ACTIVE
Gender: MALE
Race: OTHER
Ethnic Group: HISPANIC/LATINO
Birth Date: 05/19/1981
Age: 32
Current Location: HARNETT CI
Most Recent Incarceration Summary

Incarceration Status: ACTIVE
Total Incarceration Term: 20 YEARS 5 MONTHS
Conviction Date: 11/02/2010
Projected Release Date: 11/21/2024
Primary Crime: MURDER SECOND DEGREE (PRINCIPAL)
Primary Crime Type: FELON
Special Characteristics: REGULAR
Current Status: FELON
Admission Date: 11/04/2010
Admitting Location: CENTRAL PRISON
Control Status: REGULAR POPULATION
Next Control Review: UNKNOWN
Custody Classification: MEDIUM
Next Custody Review: 11/01/2013
Number Of Infractions: 0
Last Infraction Date: N/A
Current Location: HARNETT CI
Previous Location: CENTRAL PRISON
Last Movement : RECEIVED FROM CENTRAL PRISON
Last Movement Date: 12/20/2012

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Update: Megan Lynn Touma murder *Edgar Patino pled guilty, sentenced to 16 years to 20 years in prison*

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Spc. Megan Touma

News Archive: Megan Lynn Touma murder
Sgt. pleads guilty in death of pregnant spc.
Bragg soldier pleads guilty to killing pregnant comrade
Patino pleads guilty in murder of pregnant soldier

Movies/Documentaries
Deadly Affairs: Love is a Battlefield

INMATE INFORMATION

EdgarPatino prison mug

EDGAR PATINO
Offender Number: 1235327
Inmate Status: ACTIVE
Gender: MALE
Race: OTHER
Ethnic Group: HISPANIC/LATINO
Birth Date: 05/19/1981
Age: 32
Current Location: HARNETT CI
Most Recent Incarceration Summary

Incarceration Status: ACTIVE
Total Incarceration Term: 20 YEARS 5 MONTHS
Conviction Date: 11/02/2010
Projected Release Date: 11/21/2024
Primary Crime: MURDER SECOND DEGREE (PRINCIPAL)
Primary Crime Type: FELON
Special Characteristics: REGULAR
Current Status: FELON
Admission Date: 11/04/2010
Admitting Location: CENTRAL PRISON
Control Status: REGULAR POPULATION
Next Control Review: UNKNOWN
Custody Classification: MEDIUM
Next Custody Review: 11/01/2013
Number Of Infractions: 0
Last Infraction Date: N/A
Current Location: HARNETT CI
Previous Location: CENTRAL PRISON
Last Movement : RECEIVED FROM CENTRAL PRISON
Last Movement Date: 12/20/2012

Psycho For Love: Frederick L. Dalton killed his mistress, Jennifer Pammer by stabbing her to death, sentenced to 30 years to life in prison

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Defendant, a married man, was engaged in a three-year romantic relationship with Jennifer Pammer. By all accounts, the affair was tumultuous. The couple fought and Pammer called defendant’s house at all hours of the day and night. Not surprisingly, defendant’s wife, Debra, learned of the relationship, and the women confronted each other on several occasions. On one occasion, Pammer sprayed mace at defendant’s wife; on another occasion, Debra threw eggs at Pammer. Still, the affair persisted, as did the acrimony between the two women. In fact, as late as September 2000, Debra had Pammer ejected from the hospital where defendant was hospitalized when she found Pammer leaning over her husband’s bed.

remembering the victimsOn December 5, 2000, Pammer did not report for work. Barbara Appelt last saw Pammer at 10:40 p.m. on December 4 when she drove Pammer home after a late dinner at a local diner. Repeated calls to Pammer’s cellphone from Allison McCullough, a co-worker, and Appelt went unanswered. Appelt drove to Pammer’s apartment but found nothing disturbed and Pammer’s car gone. Appelt asked a mutual friend to drive to a near-by “Wal-Mart” parking lot because that was a frequent meeting place for Pammer and defendant. Pammer’s car was parked in the lot; her handbag and cellphone were gone.

At that time, Appelt called the police. At about 1:30 p.m., she received a telephone call from Pammer’s cellphone. A raspy-voiced male said, “she’s gone,” and hung up.

Sometime after 1 a.m. on December 5, defendant arrived home visibly upset and frantic. His wife testified that he was saying, “She’s dead. I couldn’t take it anymore. She’s dead.” Defendant showed his wife a silver knife that he said Pammer had used to attack him. He also told his wife that he slammed Pammer’s head against the trunk of the car. After he ascertained that Pammer was not breathing, he stuck her in the trunk of her car.

Debra urged her husband to go to the police and tell them what he had done and why he had done it. She suggested that he bring a file she had compiled about Pammer’s conduct. Eventually, at 4:30 a.m., defendant went to Dover Township police headquarters and spoke to an officer.

Officer Paul Burkhardt testified that defendant reported an incident that had taken place earlier between himself and Pammer. Defendant related that he arrived at “K-Mart” at approximately 10 p.m. on December 4 and that Pammer pulled alongside of him and began to argue. He stated that Pammer threatened to kill him and his family. She pulled a knife but defendant managed to disarm her. She then grabbed for the knife that he usually kept in his waistband. Defendant turned over the knife he took from Pammer to the police.

In this first interview with the police, he denied any romantic relationship with Pammer. He characterized her as a stalker who had been harassing his family for years. Defendant also told police that he had just received a call from Pammer and that she had threatened to commit suicide.

By the afternoon, the police were investigating the report of Pammer’s disappearance. Several officers arrived at defendant’s residence during the afternoon of December 5. Defendant showed one officer the caller identification on his home telephone that indicated that calls from Pammer’s cellphone had been received throughout the day. While the officer was there, the phone rang. Defendant answered the phone and told the officer that it was Pammer. Later investigation revealed that it was a wrong number.

Debra was also questioned. She denied that there was a romantic relationship between defendant and Pammer and showed police the file she had compiled documenting Pammer’s harassment of the family. She also told the police that her husband left the house the previous evening shortly after 9:30 p.m. to play cards with friends and returned home about 11:30 p.m.

Debra later changed her story, allegedly after she was presented with irrefutable proof that her husband and Pammer were lovers. According to her revised version, defendant returned to the house at 1 a.m. very upset. She stated that he confessed to her that he had killed Pammer. At trial she also testified that defendant called her at 3 a.m. to tell her that Pammer was alive and had gotten out of the trunk of the car.

Several telephone calls from Pammer’s cellphone were received at defendant’s house in the early afternoon of December 5. The last call from the cellphone was received at 2:07 p.m. Defendant told police that Pammer had called him for several days after December 5. Investigation revealed that these calls had been placed from a telephone at a 7-11 near defendant’s home, but defendant did not appear on the surveillance tapes of the store. He was seen, however, in a strip mall on December 19. One of the telephone calls received at defendant’s house was traced to a phone booth at that mall.

On May 17, 2001, Pammer’s body was found. Timothy Ritchie and his girlfriend were fishing in Bamber Lake. Ritchie noticed a flock of turkey buzzards circling. He walked in the direction of the birds and found the decomposed body of Jennifer Pammer. A knife was found under the body. One french fry was found in the area where the stomach would have been.

The medical examiner testified that Pammer had been killed approximately one to three hours after eating. She identified six stab wounds on the body: two to the legs, two to the chest, and two to the sides. The defense pathologist opined that the cause of death could not be definitively determined due to decomposition. He found no evidence of stab wounds but agreed that the death was a homicide.

Forensic evidence introduced at trial included DNA analysis of a blood spot from the trunk of defendant’s car. The analysis revealed that there was a one in 7.9 billion chance that the blood belonged to someone other than Pammer. A glove containing blood from a male was also found in the car. In addition, the knife found under the body matched the description of the knife defendant said Pammer had taken from him.

The State also offered the testimony of three inmates of the Ocean County jail. Raymond Hardy testified that defendant confessed to him that he had killed Pammer and threw her belongings into Bamber Lake. Dominick Leyda testified that defendant confessed to him that he had killed Pammer. Richard Ludlow testified that defendant told him that Pammer and he got into an argument and he stabbed her. Ludlow also stated that defendant told him that he would try to implicate his wife in the murder.

In his defense, defendant presented three family members who testified that Debra knew of the affair. They stated that she had threatened to kill Pammer.

State of New Jersey v Frederick L. Dalton 2007

INMATE INFORMATION

FredDalton prison mug

SBI Number: 000357311B
Sentenced as: Dalton, Fred
Race: White
Ethnicity: White
Sex: Male
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Hazel
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 256 lbs.
Birth Date: July 4, 1967
Admission Date: June 27, 2003
Current Facility: NJSP
Current Max Release Date: N/A
Current Parole Eligibility Date: N/A

CURRENT PRISON SENTENCE

Offense: 1 count of : 2C:11-3*1 Murder /1
Offense Date: December 5, 2000
Sentence Date: June 27, 2003
County of Commitment: Ocean
Commitment Order: 02-01-00123-I
Mandatory Minimum Term: 30 Years
Maximum Term: LIFE

INCARCERATION HISTORY

Date in Custody: June 27, 2003
Date Out of Custody: Currently in Custody

Inglewood Double Homicide: Crystallyn Nguyen and Dora Lee Dawson shot to death in their home

Scott victims

Victims
Crystallyn Nguyen, 18
Dora Lee Dawson, 68
Datwan Henderson, 22 (survived)

*Update* James Marquis Scott is not considered a suspect and all charges have been dropped.

Crystallyn Nguyen obituary
Dora L. Dawson-McDuffy obituary
Crystallyn May Nguyen, 18
Homicide Report: Dora Lee Dawson, 64
Inglewood Police Question Victim’s Ex-Boyfriend In Deadly Shooting
Police arrest 19-year-old man in shooting that left two women dead
Suspect arrested in Inglewood triple shooting
Police arrest ex-boyfriend in Inglewood shooting
Granddaughter asks ‘Who would do this?’ after Inglewood woman slain
Compton Teen Charged With Double Slaying of Ex-Girlfriend, Elderly Woman
Man, 19, charged with capital murder in Inglewood double homicide
DA Press Release: Teen Charged with Double Murder in Inglewood
Murder charges dropped against Compton man in double homicide
Charges Dismissed Against Man Accused In Inglewood Slayings

Pervert Alley: Anthony Kareem Hicks charged with getting his ex-girlfriend’s 13-year-old daughter pregnant

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Affidavit: Man fathers baby with ex-girlfriend’s 13-year-old daughter
Police: Charleston man fathered infant with 13-year-old girl
37yo Anthony Hicks Arrested After Ex Girlfriends 13yo Gave Birth To His Baby
Charleston Man Arrested, Accused of Fathering Child with Teen

Anthony Kareem Hicks
Anthony Kareem Hicks

Deadly Wives: Clara Green Carl

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Victims
Robert Gibson (possible)
Frank Carl
Alonzo Carl (father-in-law)

Clara Carl was paroled from prison in 1937.

Bluebeard trial is set for April
Poison was bought by Clara Carl
“Most Daring of Women Criminals” – Clara Carl – 1922
Mrs. Carl Guilty
Woman found guilty on murder charge
Woman “Lifer” Displays Skill in Prison Escape
Mrs. Clara Carl In Escape From Woman’s Prison
‘Feminine Bluebeard’ Dangerous Criminal
Refuses to sign petition for woman convicted
THE CLARA CARL TRIAL: THE 1920’S POISONINGS IN PHILADELPHIA (3rd story)
Find-A-Grave Forum

Movies/Documentaries
Deadly Women: Dark Hearts

Clara Carl
Clara Carl

Paris, TX Quadruple Homicide: 4 People found shot to death

Paris 4 victims

Victims
Devante Larry Akins, 21
Brijonne Rashad Woods, 24
Romello Dewain Steward, 18
Billy Charles Carey, 32

4 People Found Shot Dead In Paris, Texas
Paris Police Investigating Quadruple Murder
Paris police: Quadruple shooting of four young men ‘heinous homicide’
Friends, family search for answers after 4 men killed in Paris, Texas home
Paris Police Investigating Quadruple Murder
Paris police investigate quadruple homicide
Paris police ask for public’s help solving quadruple murder
Witness Comes Forward In Quadruple Homicide In Paris, Texas
Devante Akins Facebook
BriJonne Woods Facebook
Romello Steward Facebook

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