Using my detective reasoning and the evidence found at the scene of the crime, I have deducted that the suspects Louise Hume and Gary Adams are indeed the culprits of this murder. My educated guess is that Louise Hume is the murderer and that Gary Adams served as an accomplice. The couple claim that Gary and Clark were hanging out at 10pm drinking and that Louise Hume arrived at 12.30am to find Gary and Clark arguing, Clark then supposedly pulls a knife on Louise but Gary tries to stop him and in the scuffle stabs Clark in self-defense, Gary then tried to drag Clark towards the road to help flag down a motorist to help. Many elements of their story don’t add up, they said that Clark and Gary were drinking at 10pm and that when Louise arrived they were already arguing, even though there was 3 chairs found at the scene, a discarded lipstick container and an empty tequila bottle with lipstick and DNA belonging to Louise Hume on it, the guys would have already finished drinking the bottle before 12.30am and they also said that Gary and Clark were already arguing by the time that Louise arrived and that was when he drew a
In April, 2001 convicted-offender database got what was called a “cold-hit” because the perpetrator of the crime had been convicted of shooting at a residence that was occupied, which in North Carolina requires that the persons DNA be placed in the criminal database. He was brought in for questioning, served with a search warrant and a blood sample taken. The blood was analyzed and a match was made to the DNA of the perpetrator the authorities had named the “Night Stalker”. When he was confronted with the DNA results, he confessed to all of the murders. (Saferstein R. 2009) Reference Saferstein, R. (2009).
Bryan James B. Apostol PS1013 Clyde Shelton witnesses the murder and rape of his wife and daughter at the hands of Clarence Darby and his accomplice Rupert Ames. During their trial, prosecutor Nick Rice informs Clyde that DNA evidence incriminating Clarence has been deemed inadmissible due to botched forensics because, according to Nick, the actions of the police at the crime scene affected its solidity in court, and that Clyde's testimony alone is insufficient to prove either suspect's guilt. Nick, interested in maintaining his high conviction rate, strikes a deal: Clarence gives testimony that will send Rupert to death row, and in exchange Nick allows Clarence to plead guilty to third-degree murder, for which he will only serve three
October 2, 2012 Case Brief Cupp v Murphy 412 U.S. 291 (1973) Facts: Daniel Murphy was convicted of murdering his wife in the second degree. After he found out of the murder he called the police and voluntarily submitted himself to questioning. In the middle of his questioning the police noticed a dark spot on his finger and they asked if they could get a sample and he refused. The police did not respect his wishes and they took the sample anyways of what was under his fingernail. They processed it and later found out there was traces of his wife’s nightgown, skin, and blood all from the deceased victim.
Although thoroughly "institutionalized” Karl is deemed fit to be released into the outside world. Prior to his release, he is interviewed by a local college newspaper reporter, to whom he recounts the brutal murder of his mother and her boyfriend with a sling blade. Karl continues, saying that he killed the man because he thought he was raping his mother. When he discovered that his mother was a willing participant in the affair, he killed her too. 1.
U.S. teenager charged in family killing planned more carnage – police (By Zelie Pollon-Wed, Jan 23, 2013) ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico (Reuters) – A 15 year old accused of killing his parents and three younger siblings over the weekend planned to continue his rampage at a local Wal-Mart store then die in a shootout with police, authorities said on Tuesday. Bernalillo County Sheriff Dan Houston told reporters that Nehemiah Griego had been contemplating the killing spree for “at least a week.” Houston said Griego told police that after killing his family at their Albuquerque home on Saturday, he reloaded and planned to go to a nearby Wal-Mart store. “He contemplated ending this with mass destruction,” Houston said. Instead, the 15 year old spent time with his girlfriend, and the pair later went to a church where his
His first victim was in 1965, when he killed a women using alcohol poisoning. He use to pay these women to drink with him and bring them back to a hotel. He use to make them drink until they would pass out and that was when he forced more alcohol down their throat and rape them. Paul's criminal record did not start with him murdering women. At sixteen, he dropped out of high school and at that time, he already had an drinking problem.
Samantha Smith 4 November 2011 King of Drugs News Head line: A drug dealer in the far south was murdered last week at the Hampton inn at 43rd and prospect. His name was Yeager a 24 year old man left for dead in his hotel room after a fight broke loose over drugs; I suppose you could call it a drug deal gone bad. I’ll tell you a little more about this story. Yeager was selling drugs to this kid named Ghandi about 2-3 times a week he was ripping him off real bad. He bought drugs only through Yeager for a long time cause he didn’t know anyone else.
Craig Price (also known as the Warwick Slasher, born August 1974) is a serial killer from Warwick, Rhode Island. He was arrested in 1989 for four murders committed in his neighborhood: A woman and her two daughters that year, and the murder of another woman two years prior.  He had a previous criminal record for petty theft.  After he was discovered, Price calmly confessed to his crimes.  Arrested a month before his 16th birthday, he was tried and convicted as a minor.
Since 1999, five NRL players have had action taken against them for recreational drug use. Johns admitted there were times when he took a drug test knowing he was pushing his luck. “I’ve had so many close calls,” he said. “I’ve taken tests and thought ‘I could fail this’.” “I’d wake up in the morning and wonder how I’m not on the front of the paper.” Johns stood by his initial claim that the pill was put in his pocket by a complete stranger as he left The Church nightclub in London. Diagnosed with depression But Johns said he knew what the drug was as he had used it many times before, including throughout a brilliant playing career that had many labelling him the best to ever pull on a boot.