During trial, he testified he knew the victim previously, had sex with her prior to that night and on that night. He claimed the wound was from a sudden stop in the car which forced the ice pick the victim was holding (to threaten defendant against ending their relationship) into her chest. During trial evidence of a previous incident was entered as evidence of identity, intent, and planning (as ordered to the jury by the judge). Sixteen year old Judy Baker and Officer Kirk testified that six weeks prior, on the night of November 5, 1957, Williams was apprehended by police running from Miss Baker’s car (parked at Webb City) after she found him in the back seat and screamed. Williams told the officers that he had climbed into the car, a black Plymouth, believing it was his brother’s, to take a nap.
Mr. Crump allegedly got out of his car, and not seeing the faces of who was in the other car, began to tell the teenagers to leave. Allegedly, he saw the driver’s hands go from the wheel, down to his pants, and it was at this time that the gun discharged. However, Danny’s friends say that his hands never left the wheel. Sadly, Danny Adams died from the gunshot wound. Adrian Krump was charged with manslaughter, facing up to 17 years in prison.
A month later, after his escape he was caught. In 1986, after serving 14 years of his original sentence he was released from prison on parole. He was not released for very long, as the June 24th event followed in 1987. On that day, William Van Poyck and Frank Valdez ambushed the guards in a doctor’s office parking lot in West Palm Beach Florida, who held their friend James O’Brien in custody. Poyck approached the van, aiming the gun at Officer Turner’s head.
"Prosecutor Says Officers Hit Passengers in King's Car," L.A. Times, March 6, 1993. King then grabbed his buttocks which Officer Melanie Singer took to mean King reaching for a weapon. King was later found to be unarmed. She drew her pistol and pointed it at King, ordering him to lie on the ground. Singer approached, gun drawn, preparing to effect an arrest.
In 1975 Ted was arrested in Utah but was released due to the little evidence, Two years later was convicted of kidnapping and escaped. Ted Bundy killed three people in Florida and was arrested but his parents bailed him out and he sold his car but police impounded it away from new owner. It was then when forensic evidence finally solved this case by finding three different hairs matching the three victims killed in Ted’s car and matched his teeth marks the a bite mark on one of the victims. He was then was sentenced to three death penalties in 1978 when Ted was recaptured and on January 24, 1989 at Railford prison in Starke, Florida Ted Bundy was executed in the electric chair. My opinion on this case was interesting yet disgusting but Ted Bundy was smart about how he attracted his victims.
Simmons picked up the gifts and then drove home to wait out the weekend. On Monday, December 28th, 1987 Simmons drove to Walmart in a car that had once belonged to his son, so that he could purchase a second gun. After he purchased the second gun he proceeded in killing his old coworkers, bosses, and acquaintances, or whom he referred to as “everyone who wanted to hurt me”, he then turned himself over to the Russellville police after they arrived. Simmons was then sent to the “Arkansas State Hospital” in Little Rock where he was given a competency evaluation by the staff psychiatrist Dr. Irving Kuo. Kuo stated that Simmons was sane and capable of standing trial.
After graduation from high school, Rader spent a year away at college and joined the Air Force in 1966. Rader’s military career provided for domestic and international travels, spending time in Texas, Alabama, Japan, Korea, Greece and Turkey. Rader was known for strangling his victims and taking souvenirs. Semen was also found at his crime scenes. Rader later detailed that he derived a sexual pleasure from committing the murders.
In the late sixties and early seventies, California was haunted by dozens of unsolved murders. The offender remains unknown to this day. The murderer, who referred to himself as “the Zodiac,” ;made contact with the police and area newspapers throughout his reign of terror through a series of menacing notes. Although the police were never able to apprehend Zodiac, they were able to gather information about him via the letters. Zodiac boasted of killing up to forty victims, however, police The Zodiac Killer The late 1960’s and early 1970’s represented a great deal of things to a great deal of people.
Alex discovers that Ian’s car is at a junkyard and finds dozens of bullet holes and blood on the seats that proving that his uncle was murdered. Alex's quest for the truth introduces him to Alan Blunt, a spymaster for Britain's MI6 espionage agency. He discovers that his uncle was actually spy on a mission when he was killed. Alex is forced to be recruited by Mr. Blunt to continue the mission, making him the world youngest MI6 spy. He is sent to investigate a new computer system, which Mr. Sayle has created, he plans to give the new computer systems to every school in the country, but Mr. Blunt has other ideas and Alex must find out what it is before they go online in two weeks time.
Bonnie smuggled him a gun and helped him escape (Barrow 1). Upon his recapture, he was jailed for two years. Bonnie and Clyde evolved from their small crimes to “nationally known bank robbers and murderers” (Barrow 1). Their gang was believed responsible for killing thirteen people including two police men plus several robberies and burglaries and assorted kidnapping, abduction, and injuries (Barrow 1). One day Clyde and Bonnie were driving down a back road near their hideout at Bienville Parish, Louisiana; officers led by captain Frank