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Monsters Among Us: Roger Caldwell killed Elisabeth Congdon and her nurse, Velma Pietila; He was sentenced to 20 years in prison, his wife, Marjorie Congdon, was acquitted at trial

Elisabeth Mannering Congdon

Victims
Elisabeth Congdon
Velma Pietila (no picture)

Find-A-Grave: Elisabeth Mannering Congdon
Granddaughter honors Congdon heiress with memoir
Suspect Arrested In Millionaire’s Murder
‘Struggling Rancher’ Held In Killing Of Duluth Heiress
Minnesota Man Guilty In Slaying Of In-Law, Nurse
Caldwell convicted of murder
Roger Caldwell; Murder Figure in 1977 : Suicide Notes Claimed Innocence, Blamed Problems on Notoriety
Wikipedia: Elisabeth Congdon
Wikipedia: Glensheen Historic Estate
Twists, turns never end for Congdon murder case figure
Minnesota’s Most Infamous Heiress: The Newest Chapter

Books
Nightingale: A Memoir of Murder, Madness, and the Messenger of Spring
Glensheen’s Daughter: The Marjorie Congdon Story

Movies/Documentaries
Mansions & Murder: Goodnight Nurse

Marjorie and Roger Caldwell
Marjorie Congdon Caldwell
Roger Caldwell

Monsters Among Us: Craig Peyer, former CHP officer, killed Cara Knott while on duty; Sentenced to 25 years to life in prison

Cara Knott
Cara Knott

Cara Knott Memorial Garden
Ex-patrolman to go on trial for murder
Patrolman denies he strangled woman
Convicted California officer to be retried
Ex-officer convicted of killing student
Ex-highway patrolman convicted of California co-ed
An Emotional Judge Gives Peyer 25 Years for Killing Cara Knott
Ex-officer gets life
Mom to Face Cara Knott’s Killer
Former CHP Officer Craig Peyer Denied Parole in Cara Knott Killing
Parole denied for former CHP officer convicted of Cara Knott murder
The Killer Cop
Wikipedia: Craig Peyer

Books
Badge of Betrayal: The Devastating True Story of a Roque Cop Turned Murderer
True Stories of Law & Order: SVU

Movies/Documentaries
Unusual Suspects: Betrayal of Trust
Forensic Files: Badge of Betrayal

INMATE INFORMATION

Craig Peyer

Name: PEYER, CRAIG ALLEN
CDCR# D93018
Age: 65
Admission Date: 08/10/1988
Current Location: Men’s Colony
Highway 1
San Luis Obispo, CA 93409
(805) 547-7900

Kathryn Bishop murder 3/4/1993 Hummelstown, PA *Timothy Patrick McEnany convicted, sentenced to life in prison

remembering the victimsFrom Timothy McEnany appeal: On March 4, 1993, at 12:45 a.m., eighty-two year old Kathryn Bishop was found dead on the floor of her residence. Wayne K. Ross, a forensic pathologist, determined that Mrs. Bishop had been stomped to death sometime between 9:00 p.m. and 11:30 p.m. on March 3, 1993. Paint chips were found on Mrs. Bishop’s hands, and black t-shirt fibers were on her face, neck and clothing. Additionally, Mrs. Bishop’s kitchen door window had been smashed, her basement window had been opened and scuff marks were left on her clothes dryer which was located just below the basement window.

Subsequent investigation revealed that the appellant, Timothy McEnany, and his cousin, Andrew Reischman, were at Mrs. Bishop’s residence to clean her chimney between the hours of 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. on March 3, 1993. While appellant and Reischman were cleaning the chimney, Mrs. Bishop and her daughter, Janet Seitz, were discussing Mrs. Bishop’s finances. At this time, one of the workers was in the house. There was a large roll of paper money and a basket full of change owned by Mrs. Bishop in plain view. Mrs. Seitz and her husband left Mrs. Bishop at approximately 5:00 p.m. At that time, appellant and Reischman were still present at the house.

During the time period between March 4, 1993 and March 7, 1993, Trooper Jeffrey Stansfield spoke with appellant regarding his contact with Mrs. Bishop on March 3, 1993. Appellant told Trooper Stansfield that he had been to Mrs. Bishop’s residence on March 3, 1993 to clean her chimney. Appellant also stated that he was at a bar called Shane’s Flight Deck between the hours of 6:30 p.m. and 1:30 a.m. on the evening of *615 the murder. The bar is located about fifteen (15) miles from Mrs. Bishop’s residence and over sixty (60) miles from appellant’s home. A cook from Shane’s saw appellant at the bar around 6:00 p.m. that evening, but not after that time. A bartender from Shane’s testified that she saw appellant after midnight that evening and that he was acting in a manner to ensure that his presence was noticed.

Officers then spoke with Mrs. Bishop’s neighbor, Dawn Rogers, who stated that she heard the sound of breaking glass between the hours of 10:00 and 10:30 p.m. on March 3, 1993. A couple of minutes later, Mrs. Rogers saw a person running down the street from the direction of Mrs. Bishop’s house, carrying a clear bag containing a large envelope. Mrs. Rogers’ description of this person matched the general description of Reischman.

Chimney sweep charged in slaying
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v Timothy P. McEnany 1995
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania v Timothy P. McEnany 1999 (affirmed)
Timothy McEnany v DiGuglielmo 2007 (habeas corpus denied)

Movies/Documentaries
Forensic Files: A Case of the Flue

INMATE INFORMATION

Timothy McEnany

TIMOTHY PATRICK MCENANY
Age: 48
Sex: MALE
Date of Birth: 10/03/1966
Citizenship: USA
Race: WHITE
Complexion: LIGHT
Height: 5′ 08″
Current Location: SOMERSET
Permanent Location: SOMERSET
Committing County: DAUPHIN

Alternate ID’s
Booking Number#: CP0502
DOC/PBPP OID#: CP0502
Other Jail Numbers#: CP0502
Statewide Id#: 20872021
Statewide Id#: 20872021
Aliases
MCEWANY, TIMOTHY PATRICK

Michael Ramirez murder 4/5/2015 Salt Lake City, UT *Roberto “Robert” Carlos Munoz arrested for his murder*

Michael Ramirez
Michael Ramirez

Salt Lake City police investigating man’s death as a homicide
Salt Lake police identify victim, suspect in west-side killing
Police identify SLC homicide suspect, need public’s help to locate
Victim, suspect identified in SLC homicide
Salt Lake police looking for homicide suspect
Salt Lake man killed for cash in his wallet, mother believes
Utah man arrested for Easter beating death
Police arrest man in Salt Lake City slaying
Man arrested in connection with SLC homicide
Charges: Man killed friend when he wouldn’t lend him money

INMATE INFORMATION

Roberto Munoz

Name: ROBERT CARLOS MUNOZ
Sex: M
Age: 29
Height: 505
Weight: 170
Race: WHITE
Hair Color: BLACK
Eye Color: BROWN

Inmate Information
Booking #: 15020951
SO#: 286624
State ID: 661195
FBI: 305291HC9
Citizen: UNITED STATES
COB: California

Incarceration Information
Current Location: MAIN
County: SALT LAKE
Current Housing Section: 03
Current Housing Block: C
Current Housing Cell: 31
Current Housing Bed: A
Booked Date: 04/14/2015
Release Date:

Alias Information
JOSE MUNOZ
LISTO MUNOZ
ROBERT CARLOS PONCE-MUNOZ
ROBERT CARLOS PONCE
ROBERT CARLOS MUNOZ-PONCE
LISTO
LISTO AKA
ROBERTO

Bond Information
Case #:
Amount: $1,500,000.00
Status: Open Posted By:
Post Date: 04/15/2015

Charge Information
Case #
Offense Date 04/14/2015
Code 76.5.203
Description Homicide/Murder
Grade F
Degree 1

William Wayne “Bill” Lowes murder 10/20/1990 Cape Girardeau, MO *Former stepson, Bryan Crews, convicted; Sentenced to LWOP

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Bill Lowes
Bill Lowes

Teenager receives life prison term for stepfather’s murder (part 1)
Crews (part 2, scroll to the left)
Bryan K. Crews v Paul K. Delo (Warden) 1995 (habeas corpus denied)
Major Case Squad Cases #7
Local murder case to be featured on ‘Forensic Files’
Forensic Files transcript

Movies/Documentaries
Forensic Files: Bump In The Night

INMATE INFORMATION

Bryan Crews prison mug

DOC Id 181156
Offender Name Bryan K Crews
Race White
Sex Male
Date of Birth 06/19/1972
Height/Weight 5’8″ / 165
Hair/Eyes Brown /Hazel
Assigned Location Potosi Correctional Center
Address 11593 State Highway O, Mineral Point, MO 63660
Assigned Officer
Phone Number (573) 438-6000
Sentence Summary Life W/O Parole (Life W/O, 5 CC)
Active Offenses MURDER 1ST DEGREE
Completed Offenses ARMED CRIMINAL ACTION
Aliases Bryan K Crews; Bryan K Crews

Monsters Among Us: Mark Christie killed 2 people – Kali Ann Poulton and Viola Manville; Sentenced to prison

Viola and Kali Ann

Victims
Viola Manville, 74
Kali Ann Poulton, 4

Find-A-Grave: Kali Ann Poulton
Kali Poulton’s body found; arrest made
Police say former neighbor admits to murder of Kali Ann Poulton, 4
A Child Vanishes and a Mother Grieves
Ex-Guard Pleads Guilty to Killing 4-Year-Old
Frank Sterling cleared in Viola Manville slaying, freed from prison
The wrong man? The Viola Manville murder case may reopen
Mark Christie Charged in Manville Murder
Convicted killer Mark Christie accepts guilty plea in 23-year-old murder
Christie plea deal emotional for Manville family
Mark Christie Sentenced in 1988 Murder
Rochester man in prison for killing 4-year-old girl sentenced to 20 more years for murdering a grandmother
Hilton Community Following Manville Murder Case (several videos)
“I Did It”

Movies/Documentaries
Did He Do It?: Frank Sterling

INMATE INFORMATION

Mark Christie

Identifying and Location Information
As of 04/09/15
DIN (Department Identification Number) 97B2319
Inmate Name CHRISTIE, MARK J
Sex MALE
Date of Birth 12/08/1971
Race / Ethnicity WHITE
Custody Status IN CUSTODY
Housing / Releasing Facility SING SING
Date Received (Original) 10/30/1997
Date Received (Current) 10/30/1997
Admission Type NEW COMMITMENT
County of Commitment MONROE
Latest Release Date / Type (Released Inmates Only)

Crimes of Conviction
Crime: MURDER 2ND
Class: A1

Crime: MURDER 2ND
Class: A1

Sentence Terms and Release Dates
Aggregate Minimum Sentence 0045 Years, 00 Months, 00 Days
Aggregate Maximum Sentence LIFE Years, 99 Months, 99 Days
Earliest Release Date 08/07/2041
Earliest Release Type PAROLE ELIGIBILITY DATE
Parole Hearing Date 04/2041
Parole Hearing Type INITIAL RELEASE APPEARANCE
Parole Eligibility Date 08/07/2041
Conditional Release Date NONE
Maximum Expiration Date LIFE

Cold Case: Glenn Howard Griffin killed Bradley Newell Perry during a robbery in 1984; Sentenced to LWOP

Bradley Newell PerryFrom Glenn Howard Griffin’s appeal: On May 26, 1984, Bradley Newell Perry was working as a night clerk at a Texaco gas station in Box Elder County, Utah. At some point during the night, one or more individuals entered the store and attacked Mr. Perry. Mr. Perry was tied up, stabbed, and beaten. He died as a result of his wounds. Approximately $100 in cash was taken from the register of the convenience store.

Sometime after midnight, two students, Ali Sabbah and Baseem Barish, pulled up to the Texaco station for gas. Though the Texaco was a self-service station, a man came out of the store and offered to help the students pump gas. Mr. Sabbah described the man as being about six feet tall and lean, with black hair and a scruffy beard. He guessed the man was approximately thirty years old. Mr. Barish similarly described the man as around six feet tall with black eyes and black hair.

While the man was pumping gas, Mr. Sabbah noticed that the man had bruises on his hand and there was what looked like dried blood on his clothes and fresh blood on his white shoes.Mr. Sabbah paid the man with five one-dollar bills. At that point, Mr. Barish started walking towards the store to buy cigarettes. The man intercepted Mr. Barish and said he would get the cigarettes for him. Mr. Barish paid for the cigarettes with a five dollar bill, and the man gave him back four of the one-dollar bills as change. Mr. Barish noticed that one of the bills had what appeared to be a fresh bloodstain on it, and he thought that the man seemed nervous. After the students left the gas station, they Perry Short Stopdiscussed the strange interaction with the man. Mr. Barish showed Mr. Sabbah the bloody one-dollar bill and placed the bill on the dashboard. Concerned about the encounter, the students sped down the road in an attempt to get pulled over. When that failed, they found a payphone and called the police.

Detective Alan Beard arrived at the students’ location and escorted them back to the police station in Brigham City. The students relayed what they had seen and gave Detective Beard the pack of cigarettes purchased at the station and the four one-dollar bills they received as change. Mr. Sabbah sketched two drawings of the man at the gas station.

Sheriff Lynn Yates, a patrol officer at the time, responded to the gas station, arriving at approximately 4:30 a.m. He and Officer Danny Earl entered the store through the public entrance and noticed a blood trail leading to a storage room, which was locked. Sheriff Yates went around the back of the building and looked through a window into the storage area, where he saw Mr. Perry’s body lying on the ground. Sheriff Yates and Officer Earl then kicked open the locked storage door. Sheriff Yates determined that Mr. Perry was dead and called for the investigation team.

Find-A-Grave: Bradley Newell Perry
Utah man to face obstruction charge for role in murder case
Man who refused to testify in 1984 Perry murder could be tried for obstruction
Suspect is ID’d in ’84 killing in Perry
Preliminary Hearing Held for Murder Suspect
Jury selected, opening statements made in 26-year-old murder case
Family talks about murder victim’s life
Jury gives Griffin life without parole
State of Utah v Glenn Howard Griffin 2015
State of Utah v Wade Maughan
DNA Technology Brings New Life to a 20-year Old Case
Box Elder cold case murder to be highlighted in TV

Movies/Documentaries
On The Case With Paula Zahn: Blood Money

Defendants
Glenn Howard Griffin – convicted, sentenced to LWOP
Wade Garrett Maughan – acquitted (found not guilty)

Wade Maughan
Wade Maughan

INMATE INFORMATION

Glenn Griffin

Offender Number: 41971
Offender Name: GLENN HOWARD GRIFFIN
DOB: Sat, 14 Sep 1957
Height: 6 Feet 2 Inches
Weight: 250
Sex: M
Location: CENTRAL UTAH CORRECTIONAL FACILITY
Housing Facility: CUCF HENRY
Parole Date: N/A
Aliases:
GLENN HOWARD GRIFFIN

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