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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 – 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

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

Reward doubled: DPS seeking new leads, witness to Texas woman’s unsolved murder in 1990


AUSTIN, Texas — The reward has been temporarily increased to $6,000 for information that could end a 27-year-old murder investigation out of Starr County, the Texas Department of Public Safety announced Thursday.

Laura Guadalupe Guerra, 22, was shot to death on May 23, 1990. Investigators believe she was murdered at on location, possibly a hotel, and then her body was dumped in a wooded area across from the Rio Motel at 1111 W. Main Street in Rio Grande City. Guerra was reported missing three days prior to her body being discovered.

Several leads were investigated, but the case was never solved. The Texas Rangers and the Starr County Sheriff’s Office have reopened this case and are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying Guerra’s killer. In addition, investigators believe that a possible witness

Read more at: http://cw39.com/2017/11/17/reward-doubled-dps-seeking-new-leads-witness-to-texas-womans-unsolved-murder-in-1990/

Cold Case Unit Working on Investigation Into Murder of Simsbury Woman

The Cold Case Unit in the Office of the Chief State’s Attorney in Rocky Hill is now working with the Simsbury Police Department to help solve the murder of 54-year-old, Melissa Millan, who was a Mass Mutual executive, the NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters have learned. 

Monday marks three years since the death of the divorced mother of two from Simsbury. 

On the night of Nov. 20, 2014, Millan, was out for a jog along Iron Horse Boulevard, less than a half mile from the police station, when she was stabbed once in the chest and died. 

Millan was found covered in blood next to the footpath by the Rotary Park playground. 

Simsbury police told NBC Connecticut the case never went cold, that officers have been actively investigating and they’re expanding their resources by partnering with the Cold Case Unit in the Office of the Chief State’s Attorney. The partnership began

Read more at: https://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local/Cold-Case-Unit-Working-on-Murder-of-Simsbury-Woman-458041933.html

Cold Case Unit Working on Murder of Simsbury Woman

The Cold Case Unit in the Office of the Chief State’s Attorney in Rocky Hill is now working with the Simsbury Police Department to help solve the murder of 54-year-old, Melissa Millan, who was a Mass Mutual, the NBC Connecticut Troubleshooters have learned. 

Monday marks three years since the death of the divorced mother of two from Simsbury. 

On the night of Nov. 20, 2014, Millan, was out for a jog along Iron Horse Boulevard, less than a half mile from the police station, when she was stabbed once in the chest and died. 

Millan was found covered in blood next to the footpath by the Rotary Park playground. 

Simsbury police told NBC Connecticut the case never went cold, that officers have been actively investigating and they’re expanding their resources by partnering with the Cold Case Unit in the Office of the Chief State’s Attorney. The partnership began

Read more at: https://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local/Cold-Case-Unit-Working-on-Murder-of-Simsbury-Woman-458041933.html

Gypsy Hill killings: Arrest made in 1976 cold case murder of 19-year-old woman

DALY CITY — For years, law enforcement officials believed the same person was responsible for the murders of five young women along the Peninsula during a terrifying, five-month span of 1976, which became knows as the Gypsy Hill killings.

Two years ago DNA evidence gathered decades earlier at two of the crime scenes resulted in two murder charges against Rodney Lynn Halbower, who had already been in prison for most of his adult life, most recently on an attempted murder charge in Oregon.

But San Mateo County prosecutors on Thursday announced DNA evidence in one of the unsolved cases led them to a second suspect, a 71-year-old man also

Read more at: http://www.mercurynews.com/2017/11/09/arrest-made-in-1976-daly-city-cold-case-killing/

Man gets life in cold case murder of north Tulsa woman he said was his ‘friend with benefits’

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