Murder In The Family: Linda Susan Park Martin killed her mother, Ruie Ann Park; Sentenced to 20 years in prison


Ruie Ann Park

Find-A-Grave: Ruie Ann Smith Park
Rue Ann Park: Adopted daughter used gavel to murder overbearing mother in Van Buren, Arkansas
Local Woman Writes Book About 1981 Van Buren Murder
Blind Rage (a blog on the book)
‘Blind Rage’: Murder and family intrigue in an Arkansas City

Blind Rage: A True Story of Sin, Sex, and Murder in a Small Arkansas Town

Betrayed: Family Fatale

Monsters Among Us: William Frank Parker executed for killing his former in-laws, James and Sandra Warren

DVFrom Parker’s appeal: Parker was divorced from Pam Warren. Pam’s father, James Warren, and her sister, Cindy Warren, were getting into Mr. Warren’s truck in front of their house on November 5, 1984, when they saw Parker approaching the truck with a gun. Cindy got on the floor of the truck, from where she heard shots being fired. Cindy then got out of the truck and attempted to spray mace into Parker’s face. Parker fired one or two shots at Cindy, not hitting her, and then chased Mr. Warren into the house. Mr. Warren and his wife Sandra were later found in the house where they had been shot to death by Parker. In the events that followed that same day, Parker kidnapped and shot his ex-wife, Pam Warren, and shot a police officer three times in a shootout at the Rogers Police Department.

Awaiting Execution, And Finding Buddha
William Frank Parker v State of Arkansas 1987
William Frank Parker v State of Arkansas 1989
William Frank Parker v Larry Norris 1994
William Frank Parker v Larry Norris 1995 (habeas corpus denied)
A Buddhist Whom Many Tried to Save Is Executed
Killer Who Became a Buddhist Executed
Parker executed in Arkansas
Murderpedia: William Frank Parker

William Parker
William Frank Parker

Parents Gone Wild! Mauricio Alejandro Torres and Cathy Lynn Torres charged with the murder of their 6-year-old son, Maurice Isaiah Torres

child abuse prevention

Maurice Isaiah Torres
Maurice Isaiah Torres

Local Nonprofit Remembers Murdered Bella Vista Boy
Probable Cause Affidavit
Bella Vista Boy’s Death Caused By Rape And Chronic Child Abuse, Prosecutor Says
Update: Couple Faces Murder, Rape & Battery Charges In Death of 6-Year-Old Son
Police: Bella Vista couple charged in death of 6-year-old
Isaiah Torres’ Chronic Child Abuse Went Unnoticed
DHS: Cuts, Bruises, Welts Claim Unsubstantiated Prior To Bella Vista Boy’s Killing
Parents of slain Bella Vista child had parental rights terminated on multiple other children in 2005
Family of murdered Bella Vista child had been investigated by DHS twice in 2014, twice more in early 2000s
AR – Maurice Isaiah Torres, 6, Raped To Death — Parents Charged

Mauricio and Cathy Torres
Mauricio and Cathy Torres

Family Annihilator: Ronald Gene Simmons killed 16 people, mostly family; In return, he was executed


Simmons family

Ronald Gene Simmons Jr., 29 [12/22/1987]
Rebecca Simmons, 46 [12/22/1987]
Barbara Simmons, 3 [12/22/1987]
Loretta Simmons, 17 [12/22/1987]
Eddie Simmons, 14 [12/22/1987]
Marianne Simmons, 11 [12/22/1987]
Rebecca “Becky” Simmons, 8 [12/22/1987]
William “Billy” Simmons II, 23 [12/26/1987]
Renata Simmons, 22 [12/26/1987]
William H. “Trae” Simmons III, 1
Sheila Simmons McNulty, 24 [12/26/1987]
Dennis McNulty, 23 [12/26/1987]
Sylvia Gail Simmons, 6 [12/26/1987]
Michael Simmons, 20 months [12/26/1987]
Kathy Kendrick, 24 [12/28/1987]
J.D. Chaffin, 33 [12/28/1987]

Police seek motive for 16 murders; accused man silent since arrest
Home reflected accused mass murderer, neighbors say
Hostage recounts words of accused mass killer
Family members were buried outside wall built for privacy
Simmons may have begun killing while victims slept
Son tried to save family from father
Police say Simmons foiled early arrest
Accused murderer keeps own counsel
Prosecutor to seek death penalty when Simmons comes to trial
Simmons Convicted of 2 Slayings
Simmons convicted in shooting spreee
crimelibrary: Fathers Who Kill
The Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture: Ronald Gene Simmons
Ronald Gene Simmons #131
Murderpedia: Ronald Gene Simmons Sr
Wikipedia: Ronald Gene Simmons

Zero at the Bone, Story of Gene Simmons Mass Murderer

Most Evil: Control Killer

Ronald Gene Simmons
Ronald Gene Simmons

Update: Beverly Lyn Carter murder *Her body was located in a shallow grave; Suspect Arron Lewis has implicated a ‘second suspect’*

Beverly Carter
Beverly Carter

The Carter’s released two statements today, the latest one this afternoon, which reads:
“We’re so lost right now. Mom was the heart and rock of our family. A husband, two sons, two daughters-in-law, four grandchildren (and one on the way) have been robbed of their most significant source of joy on this earth. Her drive, spirit, and love of life and people were nothing short of incredible. We urge you not to be discouraged by the evil in this world. God is greater, and good always prevails. Bless you all.”

Earlier today, the family released this statement:
“We are devastated at the loss of our precious Beverly. There is now a hole in our hearts that will never be filled. Mr. Lewis robbed us of an amazing wife, loving mother and grandmother. Her grandkids will never get to the know the magnitude of her greatness. As we grieve, we thank law enforcement for their diligence in finding her, every person that aided in the search efforts, New Life Pentecostal Church, Arkansas Blue Cross Blue Shield, our community for their love and support, and for every prayer that has been spoken. We draw some comfort in knowing that she is now in the arms of Jesus. God bless you all.”

News Archive: Beverly Lyn Carter murder
Statement Released by Beverly Carter’s Family
Police: Body of missing Ark. real estate agent found
Body of missing Arkansas realtor found
Realtor’s body found in shallow grave; suspect charged with murder
Police Aren’t Seeking Second Suspect in Beverly Carter Murder
Suspect in Arkansas real estate agent slaying: ‘I just want this all over with’
‘She was a rich broker’: Suspect in murder of Arkansas realtor offers insight into motive

Aaron Lewis
Arron Lewis

News Archive: Beverly Lyn Carter murder

Beverly Carter
Beverly Carter

Missing Person: Beverly Carter from Little Rock, AR since 9/26/2014 *Police arrest suspect Aaron Carter in connection to her disappearance*
Update: Beverly Lyn Carter murder *Her body was located in a shallow grave; Suspect Arron Lewis has implicated a ‘second suspect’*

Aaron Lewis
Arron Lewis

Missing Person: Beverly Carter from Little Rock, AR since 9/26/2014 *Police arrest suspect Arron Carter in connection to her disappearance*

Beverly Carter
Beverly Carter

Realtor Reported Missing in Pulaski County after Showing House
Pulaski Co. Sheriff Addresses Crowd on Search of Beverly Carter
Police still searching for missing realtor
Realtor vanishes on the job; profession takes notice
Police search for missing Arkansas realtor
Warrant issued in real estate agent’s disappearance
Breaking: Man Sought in Disappearance of Real Estate Agent
Web Extra: “I Just Want My Wife Back,” Missing Realtor’s Husband Speaks Out
Arrest made after Arkansas real estate agent vanishes on job
Suspect in custody in case of missing Ark. realtor
Suspect in custody in real estate agent’s disappearance
News Archive: Beverly Lyn Carter murder

Aaron Lewis
Arron Lewis

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