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Cold Case: Marcia Johnson killed and dismembered Jack Irwin to get his money

Jack Irwin
Jack Irwin

Missing Veterans: Jack Irwin
Money Was Motive in Death of Mt. Baldy Veteran, Jury Is Told
‘Headless’ Murder Case Goes to Jury
Money Was Motive in Death of Mt. Baldy Veteran, Jury Is Told
Woman convicted in murder, dismemberment of Mount Baldy man
Woman Gets Life in Grisly Murder
Beheading on Mount Baldy
Beheading on Mount Baldy Part 2
Doe Network: Jack Irwin

Murder Book: Come Back Jack


CDCR#: X08761
Age: 55
Admission Date: 01/18/2005
Main Phone: (909) 597-1771
Physical Address:
16756 Chino-Corona Road, Corona, CA 92880

Cold Case: Myron Wynn killed Robert James Wykel; Sentenced to 20 years in prison

Robert Wykel
Robert James Wykel

Diamond helps reopen murder case
Murder guilty verdict comes 15 years after Burien man’s disappearance
Texas man sentenced to 20 years for murder
Cold case killer sentenced
Charley Project: Robert Wykel
Project Jason: Assumed Deceased: Robert James Wykel – WA – 02/21/1996

Murder Book: Blood Diamond
Disappeared: A Diamond Is Forever


Myron Wynn

DOC Number: 349713
Offender Name: WYNN, MYRON C
Location: Clallam Bay Corrections Center
1830 Eagle Crest Way
Clallam Bay, WA 98326
Facility Contact:
Business Hours: 8:00AM – 5:00PM
Main: (360) 963-2000
Health Services: (360) 963-3237
Aliases: Myron Holdredge or Michael Holdredge

Psycho For Love: David Labon Bush killed his wife, Lynn Lynette Bush, convicted of her murder 16 years later; Sentenced to 45 years in prison

dv awareness

Lynn Bush
Lynn Lynette Bush

The Doe Network: Case File 20181DFWY
Charley Project: Lynn Lynette Bush
Casper Man Charged with 1990 Disappearance of Wife
DNA, persistence built case
Murder trial begins without a body
Weeks of testimony end in Bush conviction
David Labon Bush v State of Wyoming 2008
Casper man appeals murder conviction
Casper man appeals murder conviction, points at brother
Case 49

Fatal Vows: Fall From Grace


David Bush

Custody Status: In Custody
Age: 52
Race: White
Location: Wyoming Department of Corrections

News Archive: Michele Harris murder


Michele Harris
Michele Harris

Michele Harris murder 9/11/2001 Owego, NY *Husband, Calvin, convicted of her murder*
Update: Michele Harris murder *Calvin Harris’ conviction overturned; he is released on bail; new trial ordered*
Update: Michele Harris murder *Appeals court to hear Calvin Harris case*
Update: Michele Harris murder *Husband, Calvin, retried and reconvicted; sentenced to 25 years to life in prison*
Update: Michele Harris murder *Husband, Calvin Harris, tried again for her murder; Jury deadlocked; Will there be a 4th trial?

48 Hours: A Time To Kill

Calvin Harris

Update: Michele Harris murder *Husband, Calvin Harris, tried again for her murder; Jury deadlocked; Will there be a 4th trial?


Michele Harris
Michele Harris

**Update** Yes, there was a 4th trial and he was found not guilty, so there will be no more trials.

News Archive: Michele Harris murder
A Murder Mystery Unfolds — Michele Harris
48 Hours: The trials of Cal Harris
Third trial set for NY man accused of killing estranged wife
Family Pleads for Information Before Father’s 3rd Murder Trial
Prosecution rests in Calvin Harris murder case
Judge lets defense name man seen with Michele Harris
Michele Harris’ brother testifies in murder trial
Third Cal Harris murder trial ends in mistrial
Mistrial declared in 3rd murder trial of NY millionaire
Mistrial in 3rd Murder Trial for Cal Harris, Millionaire Accused of Killing Wife

Calvin Harris

Monsters Among Us: Charles “Crazy Eddie” Reddish killed 2 women, sentenced to life in prison

Dede RosenthalOn Friday, February 22, 1991, Dede Rosenthal reported to work at the Elwyn Institute in Vineland, New Jersey, where she trained  staff to work with autistic children.   At 4:47 p.m., on the way home from work, she withdrew eighty dollars from an automatic teller machine (ATM).   Later that evening, she spoke on the phone with a friend, Sherri Klemow.   She also spoke with John Bristol, whom she had been dating.   Bristol worked at Somerset Towers in Cherry Hill, the apartment complex where Rosenthal lived.

Early the next morning, a loud noise emanating from Rosenthal’s apartment awoke Lucy Faricelli, Rosenthal’s elderly downstairs neighbor.   Although she would later express some confusion about the exact date she heard the noise, Faricelli told police in March 1991 that she heard a “thump” on the floor above her late Friday night.   She also heard Rosenthal’s patio door open and close, and heard a cat crying on the balcony.   Prior to that night, she had never heard any noises from Rosenthal’s apartment.

Rosenthal did not report to work on Monday, February 25, or Tuesday, February 26, nor did she call in sick or contact anyone at the Elwyn Institute.   Rosenthal had no prior unexplained absences from work during her previous six months of employment.   Two of her coworkers became concerned and, on Wednesday, February 27, reported Rosenthal missing to the Cherry Hill Police Department.

Police officers went to Rosenthal’s apartment to investigate the report.   They noticed that newspapers had accumulated outside the unlocked front door.   Upon entering her unit, the officers observed that the apartment was neat and showed no sign of a struggle or forced entry.   Rosenthal’s bed was made.   Her closets were orderly and full of clothes, and her luggage, passport, and personal appointment book were still in the apartment.   Rosenthal’s keys were on the kitchen counter and her cat was outside on the balcony.   The temperature inside the apartment was normal and the officers noted no unusual odors or smells.   Her car, containing her briefcase and topcoat, was still in the parking lot.   A subsequent search of the entire apartment complex and its  grounds by the officers, assisted by a dog trained to detect the scent of human decomposition, failed to locate Rosenthal.
remembering the victimsAs part of the investigation, police interviewed employees of the apartment complex, including Bristol, who told them he had last spoken with Rosenthal at approximately 10:00 p.m. on Friday night.   They also spoke with defendant, who worked as a porter in the building.   Defendant answered their questions but denied any knowledge of Rosenthal’s whereabouts.
Further efforts to locate Rosenthal proved unsuccessful.   The police contacted individuals named in Rosenthal’s personal appointment book, but nobody had heard from or seen Rosenthal since February 22, 1991.   The police confirmed that no one named Dede Rosenthal had purchased a plane, train, or bus ticket.   Discussions with employees at Rosenthal’s bank disclosed that one banking transaction occurred on March 1, 1991, but the police later discounted that as a pre-arranged, automated transaction.

On June 12, 1992, police in Burlington County arrested defendant on another, unrelated charge.   Hearing of the arrest, the officers investigating Rosenthal’s disappearance again questioned defendant.   He continued to deny any knowledge of, or involvement in, her disappearance.

Rosenthal’s family made additional attempts to locate her.   Private investigators hired by the family were unable to discover anything regarding her disappearance.   The family’s continuing efforts, however, did result in the feature of Rosenthal’s disappearance on an episode of the television show “Unsolved Mysteries.”   That episode aired nationally six times between April 1993 and October 1995.   In response to the broadcasts, the program received more than 150 calls from around the country, including Florida, Oklahoma, and California.   The Cherry Hill Police Department sent form letters to the police departments in each city from which the calls originated, requesting assistance in following up sightings reported by viewers in those areas.   Those local police departments then reported back to the Cherry Hill department.   None of those leads bore fruit.

 On October 6, 1995, more than four years after Dede Rosenthal disappeared, investigating officers of the Cherry Hill Police Department, still with no leads and no suspects, learned from a television news broadcast that defendant had been arrested for the murder of his girlfriend, Rebecca Wertz, and other charges, and was being held in Burlington County Jail. On October 11, detectives from the Cherry Hill Police Department interviewed defendant at the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office.   After waiving his Miranda1 rights, defendant provided a lengthy tape-recorded statement admitting that he had killed Rosenthal and disposed of her body in Salem County.   Later that evening, he placed a telephone call to John Knarr, a reporter for the Burlington County Times.   In an interview tape-recorded by Knarr, defendant again admitted to killing Rosenthal

Rebecca Wertz (no picture)
Yeda Sharon “Dede” Rosenthal

‘Crazy Eddie’ Snaps Charles Reddish Killed His Girlfriend With A Hatchet, Then Raped Her Daughter, N.j. Police Say Man Held In Ax-killing, Rape Neighbors Call N.j. Suspect ‘A Little Strange’
Murder Suspect Tied To ’91 Case Police Say Man Charged In Hatchet Murder Admits Killing Yeda Rosenthal
State of New Jersey v Charles E Reddish Jr 2004
State of New Jersey v Charles Reddish 2008 (conviction and sentence affirmed)
Convicted killer who killed 2 South Jersey women denied new trial
Killer sentenced to die in ’91 Cherry Hill slaying Charles Reddish Jr. had been found guilty of suffocating Yeda Rosenthal.
Man begs killer: Say where my sister is Blain Rosenberg spoke at Charles Reddish’s sentencing for the suffocation of Yeda “Dede” Rosenthal in 1991
Cherry Hill murder to be featured on Investigation Discovery’s ‘On the Case with Paula Zahn’

On the Case with Paula Zahn: A Mystery on Cherry Hill


CharlesReddish prison mug

Charles E Reddish
SBI Number: 000932598A
Sentenced as: Reddish, Charles E
Race: White
Ethnicity: White
Sex: Male
Hair Color: Gray
Eye Color: Brown
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 193 lbs.
Birth Date: March 17, 1961
Admission Date: March 19, 1999
Current Facility: NJSP
Current Max Release Date: N/A
Current Parole Eligibility Date: N/A

Reddish crimes

Monsters Among Us: Seth Mazzaglia killed Elizabeth “Lizzi” Marriott after she turned down his sexual advances; Sentenced to LWOP

Elizabeth “Lizzi” Marriott

UNH Remembers Murdered Student Elizabeth Marriott At Vigil
Missing UNH Student Lizzi Marriott Dead; Man Arrested
Suspect charged in death of missing New Hampshire student
29-Year-Old Karate Instructor Charged In Murder Of UNH Student
Dover man charged with murder in death of missing UNH student Elizabeth Marriott
Trial To Begin This Week In 2012 Slaying Of UNH Student From Westboro
Jury To Tour Lizzi Marriott Murder Scene In New Hampshire
Witness says she saw boyfriend raping murder victim
Woman: Boyfriend raped, killed Lizzi Marriott
Slain UNH student Lizzi Marriott of Westborough twice rebuffed murder suspect’s advances, former girlfriend testifies
Defense Witness: Mazzaglia Girlfriend Said She Killed UNH Student By Accident
Defense Rests In UNH Student Murder Trial
No parole for woman involved in Marriott murder
Lizzi Marriott’s Family Rips Seth Mazzaglia At Murder Sentencing
Slain teen’s parents describe grief as killer sentenced to life
Man gets life for killing New Hampshire coed “Lizzi” Marriott

Deadly Sins: If I Can’t Have You…

Seth Mazzaglia – convicted, sentenced to LWOP
Kathryn McDonough – pled guilty, sentenced to 3 years in prison with no parole


Seth Mazzaglia

Mazzaglia sentence


Kathryn McDonough

McDonough sentence


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