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Montana Cold Case: murder of Butte woman unsolved decades later

(BUTTE) November 29th, 1994, is a day Jennifer MacPhee will never forget.

“I remember everything about that day as if it was yesterday,” said MacPhee. “From the beginning of the day to the end of the day, I can tell you everything I was doing.”

That was the day her mother Julianne Stallman was brutally murdered in her own home on California Street in Butte.

For 23 years, the crime has remained unsolved.

Her daughter, now 44, can’t understand why someone would harm such a good person.

“She was the sweetest thing ever, she was the nicest woman,” said MacPhee. “She was polite and energetic and she had the most contagious laugh ever.”

The day she was murdered, Stallman left work at about 1 p.m. at a restaurant on Harrison Avenue. She stopped at two stores and before returning to her California Street home.

It was there, perhaps about 3:30 in the afternoon, that she

Read more at: http://www.kxlh.com/story/36933252/montana-cold-case-murder-of-butte-woman-unsolved-decades-later

Montana Cold Case: murder of Butte woman unsolved decades later

(BUTTE) November 29th, 1994, is a day Jennifer MacPhee will never forget.

“I remember everything about that day as if it was yesterday,” said MacPhee. “From the beginning of the day to the end of the day, I can tell you everything I was doing.”

That was the day her mother Julianne Stallman was brutally murdered in her own home on California Street in Butte.

For 23 years, the crime has remained unsolved.

Her daughter, now 44, can’t understand why someone would harm such a good person.

“She was the sweetest thing ever, she was the nicest woman,” said MacPhee. “She was polite and energetic and she had the most contagious laugh ever.”

The day she was murdered, Stallman left work at about 1 p.m. at a restaurant on Harrison Avenue. She stopped at two stores and before returning to her California Street home.

It was there, perhaps about 3:30 in the afternoon, that she

Read more at: http://www.krtv.com/story/36933252/montana-cold-case-murder-of-butte-woman-unsolved-decades-later

Montana Cold Case: murder of Butte woman unsolved decades later …

(BUTTE) November 29th, 1994, is a day Jennifer MacPhee will never forget.

“I remember everything about that day as if it was yesterday,” said MacPhee. “From the beginning of the day to the end of the day, I can tell you everything I was doing.”

That was the day her mother Julianne Stallman was brutally murdered in her own home on California Street in Butte.

For 23 years, the crime has remained unsolved.

Her daughter, now 44, can’t understand why someone would harm such a good person.

“She was the sweetest thing ever, she was the nicest woman,” said MacPhee. “She was polite and energetic and she had the most contagious laugh ever.”

The day she was murdered, Stallman left work at about 1 p.m. at a restaurant on Harrison Avenue. She stopped at two stores and before returning to her California Street home.

It was there, perhaps about 3:30 in the afternoon, that she

Read more at: http://www.krtv.com/story/36933252/montana-cold-case-murder-of-butte-woman-unsolved-decades-later

Montana Cold Case: murder of Butte woman unsolved decades later – KRTV News in Great Falls, Montana

(BUTTE) November 29th, 1994, is a day Jennifer MacPhee will never forget.

“I remember everything about that day as if it was yesterday,” said MacPhee. “From the beginning of the day to the end of the day, I can tell you everything I was doing.”

That was the day her mother Julianne Stallman was brutally murdered in her own home on California Street in Butte.

For 23 years, the crime has remained unsolved.

Her daughter, now 44, can’t understand why someone would harm such a good person.

“She was the sweetest thing ever, she was the nicest woman,” said MacPhee. “She was polite and energetic and she had the most contagious laugh ever.”

The day she was murdered, Stallman left work at about 1 p.m. at a restaurant on Harrison Avenue. She stopped at two stores and before returning to her California Street home.

It was there, perhaps about 3:30 in the afternoon, that she

Read more at: http://www.krtv.com/story/36933252/montana-cold-case-murder-of-butte-woman-unsolved-decades-later

Man Arrested For Wife’s Murder Over 30 Years Later In Cold Case Breakthrough

A man from Pennsylvania was arrested Monday for the death of his wife three decades earlier. Carl Rogers, 62, of Shermans Dale has been charged with the 1983 murder of Debra Jane Rogers, Pennsylvania State Police announced on Tuesday. The break was made after the state police made an effort to reinvestigate cold case homicides last year, CNN reports.

“These cases never go away, much like the pain of the family members who lost a loved one,” Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro stated.

Debra Rogers was 23 years old when her body was found in a wooded area by her family’s home. At the time she lived with Carl and their 5-year-old daughter in a trailer on the Rogers family farm. At the time, Carl told police that Debra was depressed about her job and that she mentioned suicide during an argument the night she disappeared.

“That was completely at odds with

Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/carl-rogers-arrested-cold-case-wife-murder

34 years later, Pennsylvania man charged in wife’s cold case murder

A rural Pennsylvania man is facing homicide charges in connection with the 1983 murder of his wife, possibly bringing closure to a cold case that left the victim’s family in search of justice for more than three decades.

Debra Jane Rodgers disappeared on April 22, 1983, after returning home from a late night shift at Little Buffalo State Park in Perry County, about 130 miles west of Philadelphia. She was 23 at the time and had been living in a trailer with her husband, Carl Rodgers, and their 5-year-old daughter.

Evidence collected in a state grand jury presentment showed Debra Rodgers was a loving mother and competent employee who had recently applied for an administrative job with

Read more at: http://www.phillyvoice.com/34-years-later-pennsylvania-man-charged-wifes-murder/

34 years later, Pennsylvania man charged in wife’s cold case …

A rural Pennsylvania man is facing homicide charges in connection with the 1983 murder of his wife, possibly bringing closure to a cold case that left the victim’s family in search of justice for more than three decades.

Debra Jane Rodgers disappeared on April 22, 1983, after returning home from a late night shift at Little Buffalo State Park in Perry County, about 130 miles west of Philadelphia. She was 23 at the time and had been living in a trailer with her husband, Carl Rodgers, and their 5-year-old daughter.

Evidence collected in a state grand jury presentment showed Debra Rodgers was a loving mother and competent employee who had recently applied for an administrative job with

Read more at: http://www.phillyvoice.com/34-years-later-pennsylvania-man-charged-wifes-murder/

UPDATE: One year later, sheriff said they’ve found the rifle used in the unsolved murder of a Minn. deer hunter

The rifle belonging to Terrence “Terry” Brisk was found, and authorities believe it was the weapon used to kill him. Brisk was found dead on Nov. 7, 2016, on his parents’ property east of Little Falls. Autopsy results from the Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office concluded Brisk, 41, died from blood loss resulting from a gunshot wound.

Morrison County Sheriff Shawn Larsen made the announcement Friday, Nov. 3,  at a news conference at the Morrison County Government Center in Little Falls.

“Investigators assigned to the case knew that finding his rifle would be like finding a needle in a haystack,” Larsen said. “We found that needle. We found Terry Brisk’s rifle.”

Brisk’s Winchester Model 30-30 lever action rifle was preserved and submitted immediately to the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension laboratory after it was located. Larsen said although forensic analysis continues, investigators believe it was the murder weapon.

Larsen said he wouldn’t provide further

Read more at: http://www.duluthnewstribune.com/news/crime-and-courts/4353933-one-year-later-sheriff-said-theyve-found-rifle-used-unsolved-murder

35 years later, Carol Ann Cole was found. Not her killer

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Two years after Bossier’s Doe was identified as Carol Ann Cole, the search for her killer still continues.
(Sarah Crawford/The Times)

Investigators had no idea who she was.

The young woman whose body was left on a remote logging road off La. 157 in the Bellevue area of east Bossier Parish had been dead for six to eight weeks when someone found her in late January 1981.

The girl had been stabbed at least eight times. A knife was left at the scene.

Two weeks after her body was found, Bossier investigator Lamar Breedlove said he had received numerous calls about the woman’s identity.

Though some of the calls had come “from as far

Read more at: http://www.shreveporttimes.com/story/news/2017/11/03/many-questions-surround-cold-case-bossier-murder/821180001/

One year later, sheriff said they’ve found the rifle used in the unsolved murder of a Minn. deer hunter

Morrison County Sheriff Shawn Larsen made the announcement Friday, Nov. 3, during a news conference in Little Falls. Investigators continue to search for a suspect in Brisk’s shooting death.

Brisk’s Winchester Model 30-30 lever action rifle was preserved and submitted to the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension laboratory immediately after it was located. Officials continue to conduct forensic analysis and investigators believe it was the murder weapon, Larsen said.

Further details about the rifle couldn’t be shared Friday due to the active ongoing investigation.

Brisk was found murdered on Nov. 7, 2016, on his parent’s property northwest of the intersection of Hawthorne and Jewel roads in Belle Prairie Township, east of Little Falls. Larsen advised this homicide case appears to be an isolated incident and there continues to be no known danger to the public.

“This has been a slow, methodical process and investigators continue to actively pursue every lead that is generated,”

Read more at: http://www.duluthnewstribune.com/news/crime-and-courts/4353933-one-year-later-sheriff-said-theyve-found-rifle-used-unsolved-murder