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Garfield County authorities revive cold case from 2008

She had told a friend that she would be back at her home in New Mexico by June 21 or 22. Though she was supposed to be heading to New Mexico on a Greyhound bus, she never boarded. CBI reported that Henrichsen had mental health issues and that she was possibly suicidal.

Some of her family members in Arizona and in Fort Collins reported in 2008 that she had been acting disoriented, as reported by the Post Independent soon after her disappearance.

On June 20, 2008, Garfield County Search and Rescue retrieved her from Jess Weaver Trail, up No Name Creek, then they dropped her off at the hostel.

The next day she rented a bike, which was returned after business hours. She took a cab to Glenwood Canyon in the evening. Henrichsen also talked to a family member on the phone sometime that day.

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Garfield County authorities revive 2008 cold case

Garfield County authorities are reviving a decade-old cold case and offering a reward for information on a woman missing since 2008.

Ronda Henrichsen, a New Mexico woman, was last seen in Garfield County on June 21, 2008.

She was 53 at the time she went missing and would now be 62 years old. Crime Stoppers of Garfield County describes her as a woman of slender build, standing 5-foot-9 and weighing 140 pounds.

“She had long brown hair with some gray that she usually kept braided and on top of her head, often covered with a turban. Her eyes were hazel green and she had white skin with freckles,” according to a Crime Stoppers release.

A member of the Sikh religion, she went by the name Hari Jiwan Kaur Khalsa.

Colorado Bureau of Investigation’s Cold Case Files says that she was last seen at

Read more at: https://www.postindependent.com/news/local/garfield-county-authorities-revive-2008-cold-case/

Reward of $20000 offered: Authorities hoping for tips in unsolved murder case – The Union

A reward of $20,000 is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the recent shooting death of Veronique “Roni” Reaves in Baldwin County.

Baldwin County Sheriff’s Office Detective Capt. Brad King announced the reward Friday afternoon during an interview with The Union-Recorder. The reward was offered anonymously by local businessmen.

King said he hoped the reward would produce some concrete leads to help BCSO catch the person responsible for the murder of Reaves, who was married and had two daughters.

“It’s still a very active investigation,” King said, noting that sheriff’s office detectives have received assistance from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and FBI Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. “At this point right now, we are still awaiting some information from the crime lab. We are also awaiting on a number of surveillance videos from businesses

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NH authorities search Londonderry apartment in connection with unsolved murder



New Hampshire Union Leader

Denise Robert was shot to death on Aug. 30, 2015, as she walked on Ray Street in Manchester, authorities said.

New Hampshire authorities Thursday searched an apartment in Londonderry in connection with the unsolved murder of 62-year-old Denise Robert in Manchester, according to the state attorney general’s office.

The search took place at 43 Kendall Pond Road, unit B, authorities said in a statement. New Hampshire State Police and Londonderry police executed a search warrant on the property.

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Officials did not release what items, if any, were sought from the home “in order to protect the integrity of the ongoing investigation,” the statement said.

Robert was shot to death on Aug. 30,

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Authorities: Five-year-old Abbeville murder case solved

ABBEVILLE, La. (KLFY) The Vermilion Parish Violent Crimes Task Force claims it has solved a 2012 case involving the killing of Paul Rice Jr.

On Monday October, a grand Jury for Vermilion Parish in the 15th Judicial District handed down a first degree murder indictment on Derrick Mitchell, 26, also known as “Deebo”. He has been connected to the July 15, 2012, shooting of Rice at the corner of Felicity and Bailey St in Abbeville.

During the investigation, witnesses were located and re-interviewed by investigators with the Vermilion Parish Violent Crimes Task Force and the Vermilion Municipal and Sheriff’s Narcotics Task Force. The completed secondary investigation by the task force was turned over the District Attorney.

“This case is one of several unsolved murder cases assigned to the Sheriff’s Violent Crimes Task Force, which was made up of investigators from the Vermilion Parish Sheriff’s Office, Louisiana State Police, the 15th Judicial District Attorneys’ office,

Read more at: http://klfy.com/2017/10/11/authorities-five-year-old-abbeville-murder-case-solved/

Authorities: Five-year-old Abbeville murder case solved | KLFY

ABBEVILLE, La. (KLFY) The Vermilion Parish Violent Crimes Task Force claims it has solved a 2012 case involving the killing of Paul Rice Jr.

On Monday October, a grand Jury for Vermilion Parish in the 15th Judicial District handed down a first degree murder indictment on Derrick Mitchell, 26, also known as “Deebo”. He has been connected to the July 15, 2012, shooting of Rice at the corner of Felicity and Bailey St in Abbeville.

During the investigation, witnesses were located and re-interviewed by investigators with the Vermilion Parish Violent Crimes Task Force and the Vermilion Municipal and Sheriff’s Narcotics Task Force. The completed secondary investigation by the task force was turned over the District Attorney.

“This case is one of several unsolved murder cases assigned to the Sheriff’s Violent Crimes Task Force, which was made up of investigators from the Vermilion Parish Sheriff’s Office, Louisiana State Police, the 15th Judicial District Attorneys’ office,

Read more at: http://klfy.com/2017/10/11/authorities-five-year-old-abbeville-murder-case-solved/

New Hampshire authorities say Tampa man is suspect in camping …

TAMPA — One day during the summer of 1984, two friends went camping in New England. One returned, and the other, 25-year-old Christopher Bird, is still missing.

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Now the second camper, Richard Brunt, a man with ties to Tampa and a previous manslaughter conviction, is a suspect in Bird’s murder, court records show.

The cold case came to light in Hillsborough County through a summons issued by a New Hampshire judge ordering Brunt’s son Samuel to testify before a grand jury last week.

Bird, a schoolteacher from Haverhill, Mass., was reported missing by his wife, Donna, on July 30, 1984. Donna Bird told Massachusetts State Police that

Read more at: http://www.tampabay.com/news/publicsafety/crime/new-hampshire-authorities-say-tampa-man-is-suspect-in-cold-case-camping/2333823

New Hampshire authorities say Tampa man is suspect in camping murder cold case

TAMPA — One day during the summer of 1984, two friends went camping in New England. One returned, and the other, 25-year-old Christopher Bird, is still missing.

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Now the second camper, Richard Brunt, a man with ties to Tampa and a previous manslaughter conviction, is a suspect in Bird’s murder, court records show.

The cold case came to light in Hillsborough County through a summons issued by a New Hampshire judge ordering Brunt’s son Samuel to testify before a grand jury last week.

Bird, a schoolteacher from Haverhill, Mass., was reported missing by his wife, Donna, on July 30, 1984. Donna Bird told Massachusetts State Police that

Read more at: http://www.tampabay.com/news/publicsafety/crime/new-hampshire-authorities-say-tampa-man-is-suspect-in-cold-case-camping/2333823

New Hampshire authorities say Tampa man is suspect in cold-case camping murder

TAMPA — Two friends went camping in New England 33 years ago but only one returned. Living in Tampa, the survivor is now a suspect in a grand jury investigation into what authorities call the disappearance and murder of his friend.

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The cold case came to light in Hillsborough County through a summons issued by a New Hampshire judge ordering the man’s son to testify before the grand jury last week.

New Hampshire State Police traveled to Brandon in April to confront the suspect, 72-year-old Richard Brunt, with their suspicions, according to the summons request from the state’s Attorney General’s Office.

Brunt’s son, Samuel Brunt, 36, interrupted

Read more at: http://www.tampabay.com/news/publicsafety/crime/new-hampshire-authorities-say-tampa-man-is-suspect-in-cold-case-camping/2333823

Authorities Hope New Technology Will Help Solve Cold Case Murder in Aventura

Authorities in Aventura are hoping new technology will help them solve a cold case murder.

After nearly 16 long years, police are looking for a break in the murder of 76-year-old Irving Sicherer, which they say is the only unsolved murder in the city’s history.

Police on Tuesday released four new sketches of a potential suspect thanks to advancements in DNA technology. Using forensic DNA analysis, police say they were able to create a snapshot of what the person of interest may look like.

Sicherer was found dead by family members in his Waterview condo on East Country Club Drive back on July 25, 2001. It remains a mystery why someone would want him dead.

“We will not rest, whether it takes 20 years, 30 years, 40 years, whatever it takes, until we find who’s responsible, in order to bring closure to the family,” Aventura Police Maj. Mike Bentolila

Read more at: http://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/Authorities-Hope-New-Technology-Will-Help-Solve-Cold-Case-Murder-in-Aventura-415020523.html