Monday, August 22, 2011
HE MUST have thought that after more than three decades he had got away with the vicious murder of security guard Rachel Moncrief. But now thanks to improvements in DNA technology, cops have arrested David Dixon, now 61, in connection with the 1979 killing which saw her stabbed more than 30 times. It is the third result for the recently reopened cold case unit at the Santa Clara County district attorney's office who did DNA testing of blood on the victim's clothing and a marijuana cigarette. MORE AT OUR SISTER SITE COLD CASE USA
Dale Richardson a pastor at the Freedom Free Will Baptist Church in Ladson, SC allegedly pulled a gun on a 20-year-old woman after giving her a ride in his car.
Then he bound her hands, covered her head and took her to the grey-blue trailer home behind the church, where he proceeded to rape her.
Cops said she was able to identify Richardson from his picture on the church website, which also displays a short biography detailing how he became a Christian and then a pastor.
He has also been charged with two other similar sexual assaults, both of which occurred last year.
Crossing the pacific northwest with her cat and a suitcase full of cheap ill fitting wigs, FBI agents believe Cynthia Van Holland was behind at least 19 heists.
Using a non violent approach, the 47-year-old would walk up to the tills and hand the cashier a note claiming she was armed and demanding cash.
Then, once she got the cash, she returned to Idaho where she worked as a prison nurse.
The 25-year-old party mom has returned to her home state for the first time since she was sensationally acquitted or murdering her daughter Caylee. She was last spotted in Columbus, Ohio trying to blend in by wearing sweat pants and a baseball cap, as we reported here.
But now according to her legal adviser Jose Baez, she has returned to her home state and is doing the best she can to "go on with her life."
WILL JESSICA Marie Beers take this week's prize as the worst mom in America? Chances are pretty good. Jessica, 28, was locked up after she tried to sell her son, 5, to some pals for $2000. She was on hard times. Sure looks like it. See the clip above or read this.
Her dad Dana, leaves for work at the McKenzie Tree Service at about 5:30 a.m. Ten hours later he is home and he joins Karen Bobo in a desperate search for their beloved daughter. Karen prays every day, first thing in the morning and then begins looking for Holly, 20.