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Law enforcement creates deck of cards with 52 cold case files

Lowcountry law enforcement agencies have introduced a new way to solicit assistance from the community on cold cases.

The “Lowcountry Cold Cases” project profiles 52 Lowcountry cases provided by the contributing agencies in hopes that someone will come forward with new information. Additionally, the cards will be distributed to inmates at the Sheriff Al Cannon Detention Center and the Hill-Finklea Detention Center.

Participating agencies include The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office, the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office, Goose Creek Police Department, Hanahan Police Department, North Charleston Police Department, Charleston Police Department, South Carolina Highway Patrol, Summerville Police Department, and the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole, and Pardon Services.

The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office thanked the agencies who contributed to the project.

“This type of collaboration makes our communities a safer place for everyone,” according to a prepared statement released on Friday. “We will continue to work together to bring justice to the victims of these

Read more at: http://www.ourgazette.com/news/law-enforcement-creates-deck-of-cards-with-cold-case-files/article_97353562-b291-11e7-b74c-2f3e1a8ca222.html

Law enforcement creates deck of cards with 52 cold case files

Lowcountry law enforcement agencies have introduced a new way to solicit assistance from the community on cold cases.

The “Lowcountry Cold Cases” project profiles 52 Lowcountry cases provided by the contributing agencies in hopes that someone will come forward with new information. Additionally, the cards will be distributed to inmates at the Sheriff Al Cannon Detention Center and the Hill-Finklea Detention Center.

Participating agencies include The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office, the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office, Goose Creek Police Department, Hanahan Police Department, North Charleston Police Department, Charleston Police Department, South Carolina Highway Patrol, Summerville Police Department, and the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole, and Pardon Services.

The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office thanked the agencies who contributed to the project.

“This type of collaboration makes our communities a safer place for everyone,” according to a prepared statement released on Friday. “We will continue to work together to bring justice to the victims of these

Read more at: http://www.berkeleyind.com/news/law-enforcement-creates-deck-of-cards-with-cold-case-files/article_6b78d330-b1dc-11e7-9651-3b610e1e2e5e.html

Law enforcement creates deck of cards with 52 cold case files

Lowcountry law enforcement agencies have introduced a new way to solicit assistance from the community on cold cases.

The “Lowcountry Cold Cases” project profiles 52 Lowcountry cases provided by the contributing agencies in hopes that someone will come forward with new information. Additionally, the cards will be distributed to inmates at the Sheriff Al Cannon Detention Center and the Hill-Finklea Detention Center.

Participating agencies include The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office, the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office, Goose Creek Police Department, Hanahan Police Department, North Charleston Police Department, Charleston Police Department, South Carolina Highway Patrol, Summerville Police Department, and the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole, and Pardon Services.

The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office thanked the agencies who contributed to the project.

“This type of collaboration makes our communities a safer place for everyone,” according to a prepared statement released on Friday. “We will continue to work together to bring justice to the victims of these

Read more at: http://www.journalscene.com/news/law-enforcement-creates-deck-of-cards-with-cold-case-files/article_8c3fbece-b04e-11e7-84dd-4732f9fb244a.html

Law enforcement creates deck of cards with 52 cold case files …

Lowcountry law enforcement agencies have introduced a new way to solicit assistance from the community on cold cases.

The “Lowcountry Cold Cases” project profiles 52 Lowcountry cases provided by the contributing agencies in hopes that someone will come forward with new information. Additionally, the cards will be distributed to inmates at the Sheriff Al Cannon Detention Center and the Hill-Finklea Detention Center.

Participating agencies include The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office, the Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office, Goose Creek Police Department, Hanahan Police Department, North Charleston Police Department, Charleston Police Department, South Carolina Highway Patrol, Summerville Police Department, and the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole, and Pardon Services.

The Charleston County Sheriff’s Office thanked the agencies who contributed to the project.

“This type of collaboration makes our communities a safer place for everyone,” according to a prepared statement released on Friday. “We will continue to work together to bring justice to the victims of these

Read more at: http://www.journalscene.com/news/law-enforcement-creates-deck-of-cards-with-cold-case-files/article_8c3fbece-b04e-11e7-84dd-4732f9fb244a.html

Region Cold Case Files: Who killed Daniel Shively? Dyer police say they’re looking for a Scion.

Region Cold Case Files: Who killed Daniel Shively? Dyer police say they’re looking for a Scion.

DYER — Serious crimes are few and far between in Dyer, a town of nearly 16,000 people that ranked in the state’s top 10 safest cities in 2016. 

But there’s one cold case Dyer police detectives can’t seem to shake.

Daniel Shively, 24, was struck and killed in the middle of the night June 3, 2012, and the driver didn’t bother to stick around to see if he lived. 

Shively had a family. He had kids. He was one of Dyer’s own. 

“As time goes on, we know it will be harder and harder to solve. But someone out there knows something,” Dyer Police Chief David Hein said. “This case stays in the back of our heads. Our detectives are constantly working.”

Though the case remains unsolved, it’s not necessarily for a lack of physical evidence. 

The damage to the car

Read more at: http://www.nwitimes.com/news/local/lake/region-cold-case-files-who-killed-daniel-shively-dyer-police/collection_b9b06cba-a36c-56c9-bb33-427b8f511b1d.html

Chaves County Crime Stoppers Cold Case Files

 

Jonathan James Miller

Jonathan James Miller was only 1 month old when he was found unresponsive in his cradle on Sept. 7, 2013. His death was ruled a homicide, but no arrests have been made. Baby Jonathan’s innocent life was heinously taken and his family is seeking any information for his homicide and also wishes to create awareness to prevent deaths like Jonathan’s from happening again.
In memoriam of baby Jonathan James Miller – may he never be forgotten.

 

Jessie Morales and Michelle Amy Phillips were friends who were murdered together on Dec. 15, 2008. Both were found shot to death at 1114 1/2 E. Bland St. in Roswell. Their families are

Read more at: http://www.rdrnews.com/2017/10/06/chaves-county-crime-stoppers-cold-case-files/

Edmonton police dig deep in cold-case files in advance of MMIW visit

Edmonton police are reviewing hundreds of unsolved homicide and missing-persons files — some dating back decades — in advance of a visit to the city this fall by the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls commission.

The Edmonton Police Commission was told Thursday that so far, 11 files involving a dozen victims have undergone a complete review in the last few months.

As well, another 10 missing person investigations have been re-examined.

Edmonton police Staff Sgt. Bill Clark says the review has already produced results with the arrest of a suspect in the death of Janet Cardinal, who was allegedly killed in an apartment on the city’s east side in 2011.

Clark also says investigators intend to do a better job of keeping relatives of missing or murdered people informed of how work is or is not progressing on the files.

Information on Indigenous females will be passed along to the commission, which will

Read more at: http://nationalpost.com/pmn/news-pmn/canada-news-pmn/edmonton-police-dig-deep-in-cold-case-files-in-advance-of-mmiw-visit

‘We definitely needed it’: Police boost resources for cold case files

Edmonton police have identified 11 homicides files with 12 victims dating from 1977 to 2011, as well as 10 missing persons files. So far, DNA evidence from the files has resulted in one recent murder charge. Police charged Dana Fash with second-degree murder last December in the death of Jeanette Cardinal, who was found murdered in an Edmonton apartment in 2011.

Read more at: http://www.metronews.ca/news/edmonton/2017/09/21/we-definitely-needed-it-police-boost-resources-for-cold-case-files.html

Region Cold Case Files: Who killed Bradley Bothwell? He was found bludgeoned to death in Portage.

Region Cold Case Files: Who killed Mary Lou Kolczak? Hobart Police come empty after chasing connection with ‘bump and robs’


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Mary Lou   Kolczak


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