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Cold Case Lakeview Murder Suspect Sought As Case Featured On …

 Police said the man from this sketch is a suspect in a 2004 homicide.

Police said the man from this sketch is a suspect in a 2004 homicide.
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CHICAGO — Police are asking for help finding information about a cold case murder that happened more than 13 years ago in Lakeview.

Sometime between 10 p.m. March 23, 2004, and 6 p.m. March 24, 2004, a 31-year-old man was stabbed to death inside his home in the 3400 block of North Elaine Place, according to a Chicago Police news release. The man had been seen with someone at two businesses in the 3300-3500 block of North Halsted Street before the slaying.

Kevin Clewer was found stabbed to death in his

Read more at: https://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20171101/lakeview/kevin-clewer-murder-lakeview-cold-case-files-tv-stabbing-death-fernando-north-elaine-place-boystown

Cold Case Lakeview Murder Suspect Sought As Case Featured On TV

 Police said the man from this sketch is a suspect in a 2004 homicide.

Police said the man from this sketch is a suspect in a 2004 homicide.
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CHICAGO — Police are asking for help finding information about a cold case murder that happened more than 13 years ago in Lakeview.

Sometime between 10 p.m. March 23, 2004, and 6 p.m. March 24, 2004, a 31-year-old man was stabbed to death inside his home in the 3400 block of North Elaine Place, according to a Chicago Police news release. The man had been seen with someone at two businesses in the 3300-3500 block of North Halsted Street before the slaying.

Kevin Clewer was found stabbed to death in his

Read more at: https://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20171101/lakeview/kevin-clewer-murder-lakeview-cold-case-files-tv-stabbing-death-fernando-north-elaine-place-boystown

Who killed Antoine Howard? Gary’s first homicide of 2017 to be featured on ‘Crime Stoppers Case Files’


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Lawton cold case murders featured in card deck – KSWO, Lawton, OK- Wichita Falls, TX: News, Weather, Sports. ABC …

LAWTON, OK (KSWO)-They were murdered and their bodies dumped in local creeks.

OSBI hopes a new initiative will help solve six Lawton womens’ murders, long believed to be connected, dating back to 1999.

The victims are included in a new deck of cards made for Oklahoma prisoners.

They’re being sold to inmates across the state in hopes of getting information on the crimes.
 

Investigators have been baffled for years on what happened to these six women who were found dead in rural Comanche County creeks.

Five of the women were known prostitutes who frequented economy motels on Cache Road in Lawton.

And according to OSBI, the cause of death on these women is undetermined.

Now their hope is that inmates will shed some light on the mystery of these cases.

 “People never get answers and that’s what we are trying to get to them,” said Francia Thompson, OSBI Special Agent.

Thompson said the special deck of

Read more at: http://www.kswo.com/story/36586216/lawton-cold-case-murders-featured-in-card-deck

Lawton cold case murders featured in card deck – KSWO, Lawton, OK

LAWTON, OK (KSWO)-They were murdered and their bodies dumped in local creeks.

OSBI hopes a new initiative will help solve six Lawton womens’ murders, long believed to be connected, dating back to 1999.

The victims are included in a new deck of cards made for Oklahoma prisoners.

They’re being sold to inmates across the state in hopes of getting information on the crimes.
 

Investigators have been baffled for years on what happened to these six women who were found dead in rural Comanche County creeks.

Five of the women were known prostitutes who frequented economy motels on Cache Road in Lawton.

And according to OSBI, the cause of death on these women is undetermined.

Now their hope is that inmates will shed some light on the mystery of these cases.

 “People never get answers and that’s what we are trying to get to them,” said Francia Thompson, OSBI Special Agent.

Thompson said the special deck of

Read more at: http://www.kswo.com/story/36586216/lawton-cold-case-murders-featured-in-card-deck

Chelsea Small’s unsolved murder to be featured on Crime Watch …

As the four-year anniversary of the shooting death of Chelsea Small nears without an arrest being made, a TV show plans a Thursday episode to bring some national attention to the case that continues to baffle the Taylor Police Department.

Small, 30, was killed in a robbery at about noon Nov. 12, 2013, at the Taylor Advance America loan store on Telegraph near Wick where she worked. 

Crime Watch Daily with Chris Hansen, aired locally at 4 p.m. on WMYD TV20 Detroit, sits down with several key people in the case.

“I think she knew of him enough or his face enough to not hesitate when she buzzed the buzzer to let him in,” Small’s stepsister, Mandy Stewart, tells the show.

“My personal gut as her mom and from day one, I still believe that she knew him or at least knew him through work,” said Small’s mother, Debi Kamin.

Read more at: http://www.thenewsherald.com/news/chelsea-small-s-unsolved-murder-to-be-featured-on-crime/article_831d06d4-a460-11e7-9bc1-5392c7c8ba72.html

Chelsea Small’s unsolved murder to be featured on Crime Watch Daily with Chris Hansen

As the four-year anniversary of the shooting death of Chelsea Small nears without an arrest being made, a TV show plans a Thursday episode to bring some national attention to the case that continues to baffle the Taylor Police Department.

Small, 30, was killed in a robbery at about noon Nov. 12, 2013, at the Taylor Advance America loan store on Telegraph near Wick where she worked. 

Crime Watch Daily with Chris Hansen, aired locally at 4 p.m. on WMYD TV20 Detroit, sits down with several key people in the case.

“I think she knew of him enough or his face enough to not hesitate when she buzzed the buzzer to let him in,” Small’s stepsister, Mandy Stewart, tells the show.

“My personal gut as her mom and from day one, I still believe that she knew him or at least knew him through work,” said Small’s mother, Debi Kamin.

Read more at: http://www.thenewsherald.com/news/chelsea-small-s-unsolved-murder-to-be-featured-on-crime/article_831d06d4-a460-11e7-9bc1-5392c7c8ba72.html

Local ‘cold case’ featured on A&E

The one-time cold case will now be featured on the national television show, “Cold Case Files,” on AE.

Det. Lt. Jeff Seevers, Det. Lt. Bruce Schuck, Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation detective Jon Jenkins, and Washington County Sheriff Larry Mincks are among the members of the Washington County Sheriff’s Office who were interviewed for the show.

“The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has been on shows like this in the past and during their time here, everyone was very professional,” said Seevers. “Bruce and myself were interviewed along with the Ohio State Attorney General and Sheriff Mincks. It was really a neat experience.”

Ruble was found guilty in March 2016 by a jury and sentenced to 15 years to life in prison for the murder of Clark. The sheriff’s office believed Ruble’s termination as a deputy in 1979 provided some of his motive for the shooting on Feb. 7, 1981. Ruble

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