86-Year-Old Woman Beaten to Death While Walking on High School Track Outside Sacramento
Woman, 86, Killed In Random Attack At Highlands High School Track
Elderly Woman Dead, Another Injured After Attack at Highlands High School
Women at Highlands High track were sexually assaulted before 86-year-old was killed
Police detain teen in fatal beating of 86-year-old woman
Deputies have person of interest in deadly N. Highlands attack
Fusako Petrus murder 4/26/2017 Sacramento, CA *86-year-old woman sexually assaulted and murdered; Teen person of interest has been detained*
86-Year-Old Woman Beaten to Death While Walking on High School Track Outside Sacramento
Patrolman Joseph Paul Zanella, 25 [9/19/1969 Verona, PA]
Karen Malgott (survived)no picture
Linda Peugeot, 21 (admitted to killing her – body never found) [9/22/1969 LeVale, MD]
Lori Mae Peugeot, 2 (admitted to killing her – body never found) [9/22/1969 LeVale, MD]
Capt. Walter Lee Peterson (guard at prison) [12/10/1973 Pittsburg, PA]
Find-A-Grave: Joseph P. Zanella
Officer Down Memorial Page: Police Officer Joseph Paul Zanella
Find-A-Grave: Capt Walter L Peterson
Officer Down Memorial Page: Captain Walter Lee Peterson
The Doe Network: Linda and Lori Peugeot
The Charley Project: Linda Peugeot
Cold Case Investigations group
Websleuths: Linda Peugeot, 21 and baby Lori Missing 22 Sept 1969 from LaVale, MD
Linda And Lori Peugeot, Kidnapped 1969 by Stanley Hoss
Stanley Hoss’ evil still haunts Valley
Stanley Hoss: A most wanted man
Find-A-Grave: Stanley Barton Hoss, Jr.
Book that details Stanley Hoss killing spree garners awards
Filed under: crime, high profile, Monsters Among Us, murder, murder in the 20th Century | Tagged: 1969, 1973, Captian Walter L Peterson, homicide, kidnapping, Linda Peugeot, Lor Peugeot, Monsters Among Us, Officer Joseph P Zanella, Pennsylvania, sex crimes, shooting, Stanley Barton Hoss Jr | Leave a comment »
Laurie Lee Tremblay, [9/26/1986]
Maria Del Carmen Estrada, 21 [4/16/1992]
Jane Doe, 14 [10/10/1993] survived
Diana Rebollar, 9 [8/07/1994]
Dana Sanchez, 16 [7/06/1995]
Anthony Allen Shore is also the prime suspect in the I-45 serial murders.
Find-A-Grave: Maria Del Carmen Estrada
A serial killer sees justice
Serial Killers Podcast: Anthony Allen Shore
Serial Killers Podcast: Victims of Anthony Allen Shore
Murderpedia: Anthony Allen Shore
The Killer Next Door
Serial Killer Profile: Anthony Allen Shore
Wikipedia: Anthony Allen Shore
Serial Killer Central: Anthony Allan Shore’s Confessions
Serial Killer News: Anthony Allen Shore
Listing of Texas Death Row Inmates S – T
`The killers never explain things’ / Victims’ kin struggle with lingering pain, seek answer to question `Why?’
The I-45 Victims
Who Killed Melissa Trotter? Anthony Allen Shore
Anthony Allen Shore
SID Number: 05622828
TDCJ Number: 00999488
Name: SHORE, ANTHONY ALLEN
Maximum Sentence Date: DEATH ROW
Current Facility: POLUNSKY
Projected Release Date: DEATH ROW
Parole Eligibility Date: DEATH ROW
Filed under: crime, death penalty, murder, murder in the 20th Century, Serial Killer | Tagged: 1986, 1992, 1995, Anthony Allen Shore, confession, death penalty, DNA, homicide, Houston, ligature strangulation, Serial Killer, sex crimes, Texas | Leave a comment »
Unnamed rape victim [1/17/1987]
Robin Pamela Smith, 22 [3/28/1987 Puyallup, WA] (no picture)
Wendy Aughe, 29 [4/24/1987 Bellingham, WA]
Lia Elizabeth Szubert, 22 [6/13/1987 La Grande, OR]
3 in Salt Lake City, UT – 1987
FBI Top Ten: #413 Darren Dee O’Neall
Suspect in 2 deaths surfaces in Idaho
One of FBI’s Most Wanted Fugitives found in jail under false name
Family of slain woman ‘at peace’ but anxious to see suspect tried
Charley Project: Wendy L. Aughe
The Doe Network: Case File 1113DFWA
Body of Slain Woman Identified as Idahoan
Killer Gets Another 135 Years For Attack
Murderpedia: Darren Dee O’Neall
Darren Dee O’Neall – Sexual Predator And Serial Killer
To Die For
The F.B.I. Files: Deadly Trail
Offender Name: ONEALL, DARREN DEE
Height: 5′ 11”
Weight: 200 lbs
Offender Number: 7996581
Caseload: 14006 Ruffcorn , Phillip
Location: TWO RIVERS CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION
Institution Admission Date 11/10/2008
Earliest Release Date: 05/09/2033 Tentative
Docket Number County Crime Sentence Type Begin Date Termination Date
871237738/01 MULT KIDNAPPING I Inmate Sentence 11/10/2008 –
891237089/01 MULT KIDNAPPING I Inmate Sentence 11/10/2008 –
891237089/02 MULT UNLAWFUL SEXUAL PENETRATION I Inmate Sentence 11/10/2008 –
891237089/03 MULT RAPE I Inmate Sentence 11/10/2008 –
891237089/04 MULT RAPE I Inmate Sentence 11/10/2008 –
891237089/05 MULT RAPE I Inmate Sentence 11/10/2008 –
891237089/08 MULT RAPE III Inmate Sentence 11/10/2008 –
891237089/09 MULT RAPE III Inmate Sentence 11/10/2008 –
891237089/10 MULT RAPE III Inmate Sentence 11/10/2008 –
891237089/13 MULT SODOMY I Inmate Sentence 11/10/2008 –
891237089/14 MULT SODOMY III Inmate Sentence 11/10/2008 –
891237089/15 MULT SEX ABUSE I Inmate Sentence 11/10/2008 –
Filed under: crime, high profile, Monsters Among Us, murder, murder in the 20th Century, Serial Killer | Tagged: 1987, beaten with a hammer, FBI Top Ten, homicide, Idaho, Oregon, Serial Killer, sex crimes, stabbing, strangulation, Washington | Leave a comment »
Serial Killer: Michael Hughes sentenced to death for killing 3 women; already has 4 life sentences for 4 other murders
Yvonne Coleman, 15 [1/22/1986]
Verna Patricia Williams, 36 [5/26/1986]
Deborah Jackson, 32 [12/1/1987]
Teresa Ballard, 26 [9/23/1992]
Brenda Bradley,38 10/5/1992]
Terri Myles, 33 11/8/1993]
Jamie Harrington, 29 [11/14/1993]
Deanna Marie Wilson, 30 (acquitted of her murder)
The Homicide Report: Yvonne Coleman, 15
The Homicide Report: Verna Williams, 36
The Homicide Report: Deborah Jackson, 30
The Homicide Report: Teresa Ballard, 27
The Homicide Report: Brenda Bradley, 37
The Homicide Report: Terri Myles, 33
The Homicide Report: Jamie Harrington, 29
The Homicide Report: Teresa Ballard, 27
The Homicide Report: Serial killer: Michael Hughes
‘I’ve Always Wondered, Why My Child?’ : Southside Killer Has Claimed 17 Lives; Families of Slain Are His Other Victims
Prisoner charged in 4 more murders
Opening statements heard in case of 4 more victims charged to serial murderer
L.A.’s “Southside Slayer” Michael Hughes convicted of three more murders
South Los Angeles serial killer Michael Hughes sentenced to death
Murderpedia: Michael Hughes
Wikipedia: Michael Hughes (serial killer)
Michael Hughes – California Death Row
Inmate Name: HUGHES, MICHAEL HUBERT
Admission Date: 01/11/1999
Current Location: San Quentin
Sexual assault happens. More often than reported. One in three women and one in six men will be the victim of a sexual assault in their lifetime. For a victim, it opens up a whole new world, and not one that would be a chosen road. Sexual assault, besides being a physically violent event or at the very least, extremely invasive, it is embarrassing and hard to deal with. It can, and usually does, affect the rest of your life. It can affect all of the relationships in your life, new and old. It will be hard to trust people anymore. Many people shut out everyone in their life, even their family and loved ones. Unfortunately, many people who are sexually assaulted never seek help in dealing with the emotionally issues that arise from it. Getting help is a great way to actually start dealing with what happened to you. Talk about it – with a friend, a family member, your clergy, or a helpline/center, like the Rape Recovery Center. Talk, talk, talk! It will help you, even if it takes a while. Remember, others who have also been through it can be quite helpful in talking with.
From the Rape Recovery Center website:
What should I do if I am sexually assaulted?
1. Find a safe environment – anywhere away from the attacker. Ask a trusted friend to stay with you for moral support.
2. Know that what happened was not your fault and that now you should do what is best for you.
3. Report the attack to police by calling 911. If you want more information, a crisis counselor on the Rape Recovery Center Crisis Line (801-467-7273) can help you understand the process.
To preserve evidence of the attack, don’t bathe or brush your teeth.
Write down all the details you can recall about the attack and the attacker.
To preserve forensic evidence, ask the hospital to conduct a rape kit exam. Costs for this exam will be covered by Crime Victim Reparations. You can receive this exam whether you choose to involve the criminal justice system or not.
If you suspect you have been drugged, ask that a urine sample be collected. The sample will need to be analyzed later on by a forensic lab.
4. If you know that you will never report, there are some things you should still consider:
Get medical attention. Even with no physical injuries, it is important to determine the risks of STDs and pregnancy.
Call the Rape Recovery Center Crisis Line (801-467-7273) or the National Sexual Assault Hotline (1-800-656-4673) for free, confidential counseling, 24 hours a day.
5. Recognize that healing from rape takes time. Give yourself the time you need.
6. Know that it’s never too late to call. Even if the attack happened years ago, the Rape Recovery Center can still help. Many victims do not realize they need help until months or years later.
What should I do if I am a victim of incest?
First, know that this is not your fault. No one deserves to be abused. Get some help. You do not have to handle this on your own.
Tell a trusted adult. If you can’t talk to a parent, can you talk to… A teacher? A school counselor? A friend’s parent? Your doctor?A church leader?
If you do not have any trusted adults in your life, you can also call Child Protective Services (CPS) at the Division of Child and Family Services.
CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES (CPS)…………(801) 538-4100
24-Hour Child Abuse Reporting………… (801) 538-4377
24-Hour Toll Free………………………… (800) 678-9399
Your local police department can also help you contact CPS.
Be prepared. Not every adult, even trusted adults, is able to help. You may need to tell more than one person before you find someone who can help.
If you need help thinking through these options, call the Rape Recovery Center Crisis Line (801-467-7273) at any time, 24 hours a day. (Be aware that mandatory reporting laws apply to crisis line workers, if you disclose personal information.)
Know that it’s never too late to call. Even if the incest happened years ago, the Rape Recovery Center can still help. Many victims do not realize they need help until months or years later.
Remember that no one deserves to be abused. Help is available.
On August 12, 2016, Cocktails for a Cause is holding a fundraiser for the Rape Recovery Center in Salt Lake City. If you are in the area, please come out! There will be drinks, fun people, music, items for sale and a raffle. All proceeds will be going to the RRC. It will be at the Redwood Lounge 502 S. Redwood Rd. SLC, UT. If you are not here but want to donate, email me and I will be able to help you out there.
Pervert Alley: Brock Turner sexually assaulted an unconscious woman and ONLY got 6 months in JAIL; His father thinks it is too much – but it is way too lenient!!!!
This is unbelievable! His father is upset over his sentence, saying it is too much and has shattered Brock. The victim? Never mentioned, but I can tell you that her emotional scars and battle will last a lifetime. It has totally shattered her. Dan Brock also said it was too harsh “for 20 minutes of action”. I CANNOT believe that someone could abase a victim and the crime in such a way as he did right there. He also is upset that poor Brock has to register as the sex offender that he is for life.
Okay, I realize that Brock is his son, but has Dan Turner ever thought about the victim of a sexual assault? What if the victim was his wife, daughter, sister or mother? Would he have such a flippant attitude about sex crimes? If he thinks that a crime should be valued at the amount of time it takes, boy does he have some low morals. Murder can take 1 minute if someone is shot in the head or heart. By Dan Turner’s standards, why should he go to prison for life for 1 minute of action? I certainly hope he rethinks his position on these things.
What Dan Turner obviously does not realize is that his son Brock GOT OFF EASY, with just a slap on the wrist. He faced 10 years in prison, which is exactly what he should have been sentenced to. Brock Turner SHOULD be sitting in that state prison right now, learning exactly how it feels to be the victim of sexual assault. I personally believe that there is a good chance he will reoffend.
Brock Turner should have plenty of time to assess himself and his life and the damage he has caused. Mind you, he has never admitted to his crime or even expressed any kind of remorse. This does not help the victim, either. He was convicted of these crimes. He was caught in the act. There is no doubt of his guilt. There is only doubt as to his moral character (I don’t believe he has one). It also saddens me to see so much sympathy for Brock Turner and his future, which seemed so full of promise. But the victim of his assault had a life to live as well. Now, hers is turned upside down. Maybe she will recover, maybe not. More often than not, they keep at least part of it with them for the rest of their lives. According to the National Women’s Study, this is what has been found with the victims:
3 times more likely to suffer from a major depressive disorder.
4 times more likely than a “non-victim” to contemplate suicide and 13 times more likely to attempt suicide.
6 times more likely to suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
13 times more likely to abuse alcohol and 26 times more likely to abuse drugs to numb the emotional pain.
The Turners need to remember that for the victim of Brock’s “20 minutes of action”, the victim will have a lifetime of consequences. The offender should also have consequences, and not easy ones. Prison should be mandatory, along with lifelong sex offender registry. Please remember: no means no, no matter when it is said (does not matter if you were kissing for 10 minutes and then the person says no-STOP) and an unconscious or impaired person cannot give consent.
In conclusion, Dan Turner should be grateful that his son got such a light sentence that slaps the face of the victim. I think both Dan and Brock Turner might learn more if they volunteered some time at their local rape recovery center or rape crisis center. Maybe if they learn some compassion and empathy for victims, they may have a new outlook on this heinous, violent crime.
The victim’s impact statement: Stanford sex-assault victim: ‘You took away my worth’
At the bottom of the post is a letter to Brock by a sexual assault survivor. Read it. It is fabulous.
Former Stanford swimmer accused of raping unconscious woman on campus
Trial begins in Stanford sex-assault case
Woman testifies in Brock Turner trial
Brock Turner found guilty on three felony counts
The Stanford Rapist’s Father Offers An Impossibly Offensive Defense Of His Son
News Release from District Attorney’s Office
Sentence for ex-Stanford swimmer convicted of sex assault decried as lenient
Brock Turner sentenced to six months in county jail, three years probation
Brock Turner’s Friend Blames His Felony Conviction on Political Correctness
Ex-Stanford student convicted of rape reportedly lied to judge about alcohol use
Sympathy and blame: Responding to rape (a great opinion piece about sympathy going to the aggressors of sex crimes)
Brock Turner, sex assault convict, registers as sex offender in Ohio