When interrogated his story was loose and full of doubts. The police tell him about the murder weapon and various details of the crime, including motive. Ryan and Chuck were 17 years old at the time and underaged drinking at a local college bar, a few blocks from the Tribune newspaper. They left the bar at closing,1:30 am, later new testimony verified this. Chuck says that the reason they robbed newspaper editor, Kent Heitholt, was because they needed money to buy more drinks but the bar was closed and the wallet was in the car.
Dating Violence is everywhere: in movies, on television shows, songs and newspapers, but some women are not willing to confide into someone for help. On April 5, 2005, teen tragedy was reported on ABC news, 20/20. Sixteen year old Marcus McTear stabbed and killed his girlfriend, Ortralla Mosley. Before that he continuously beat his former girlfriend, Rae Ann Spence. February 11, 2009, Rihanna filed a police report On Chris Brown for beating her.
Crimes happen everywhere throughout the world they are many different types of crimes the most popular ones are stealing cars, bank robbery, murder, kidnaping, and rape. But there is one unusually type of murder on October 25th 1994 a women name Susan smith murder her children by letting her car roll down a hill and into a lake. They were two boys in the car the oldest boy was 3 years old his name was Michel smith and 1 ½ year old Alex smith. Susan smith was 23 at that time she reported to the police that an African American carjacked her with the two boys still inside of the car. The police and a search team went out looking for the two boys but the police was suspicious that Susan smith was the murder because of her story she told the investigators.
Kemper said he shot his Grandma “to see what it felt like to kill my Grandma” and killed his Grandpa so he wouldn’t know his wife had been killed. He was sent to the California Youth Authority, and went through many tests. They revealed he had a high IQ and paranoid Schizophrenia. Kemper was emitted to Atascadero State Hospital which is a hospital with maximum security for mentally sick patients. He was discharged six years later, at age twenty-one.
It was rumored that some of the missing women were last seen in the company of a young, dark-haired man known as "Ted." (Biography.com Editors 2017) Bundy moved to Utah to attend law school, during his stay there, women began disappearing. Bundy was pulled over by the police while in Utah, a search of his cars uncovered burglary tools. (Biography.com Editors 2017) He was arrested for possession of the burglary kit, and it was then the police began to link him to more sinister crimes. In 1975, Bundy was arrested in the kidnapping of Carol DaRonch, one of the few women to escape him, he was convicted and received a jail sentence.
"The first reaction was one of surprise, of course," said Roan Gruis, Little Chicago Deli Manager, "The owner got here at four o'clock and the water was running out the front and back doors." When the water drained, the stores were left with a quarter-inch of mud to cleanup. Half of the affected businesses reopened by mid-afternoon. There’s no word yet on what caused the water main to break. And now for your State news….. An Urbandale man whose girlfriend called police after she recognized his face in a surveillance photograph was sentenced Friday to 20 years in federal prison for seven bank robberies.
Morgans mother Patti Pena reports that the driver “ran a stop sign at 45 mph, broadsides my vehcle and killed Morgan as she sat in her car seat, sipping on her juice box.” A week later, correction’s officer, Shannon Smith, who was guarding prisoners by the side of the road, was killed by a woman distracted by a phone call while driving his car (Besthoff). On Thanksgiving weekend of that same month, John & Carole Hall, were killed when a naval academy Midshipman crashed into there parked car. According to an article written by Stockwell titled, Phone Use Faulted in Collision published in ... ... middle of paper ... ... says Matt Sundeen of the National Conference of state legislatures (qtd. In Layton 9). Lon Anderson of the American Automobile Association agrees: “There is Momentum building” he says to pass laws (qtd.
Then with the results of the survey I wrote this composition. Two weeks ago my neighbor received an unfortunate phone call that his sister had been killed in a car crash. While traveling at a high rate of speed, three underage boys had broad-sided her as they proceeded through a red traffic light at eighty-five mile per hour. The boys had previously stolen the car and were being chased by the police. Besides my neighbor's sister, the front passenger in the stolen car was also killed.
DeLuna also developed a taste for huffing spray paint. He was arrested multiple times holding a can of spray paint with his hands and mouth “smeared with the stuff.” DeLuna was convicted of murder and sentenced to death by the state of Texas. On the night of February 4th,1983 a 24 year old gas station attendant named Wanda Lopez was murdered.Reporters said the young woman had been stabbed multiple time with a buckle knife. At his 1983 trial, Carlos DeLuna told the jury that on the day of the murder he had ran into Hernandez, who he'd known for the previous five years. The two men, who both lived in the southern Texas town of Corpus Christi, stopped off at a bar.
Kimber Reynolds was eighteen at the time and came home to Fresno to be a bridesmaid. She was leaving a restaurant when two men on motorcycles attempted to snatch her purse (Laird, 2013). She resisted and one of the men shot her resulting in her death twenty six hours later. Her family discovered that both men had prior offenses mostly for drugs and petty theft. Kimber’s dad, Mike Reynolds, drafted a “three strikes and you’re out” law for punishing repeat offenders.