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reported events that occurred at 726 West Timbercreek Way, South Salt Lake, Utah, US on July 27th, 2010

Stephanie Guadalupe Espindola-Cedillo, 5, was beaten to death by her mother Angeles Cadillo-Castro, 31. It is likely that the murder weapon was a spatula. Cadillo-Casto was sentenced to 5 years to life.

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reported events that occurred at 11436 Tiger Tail Circle, Sandy, Utah, US on July 13th, 2010

Magda A. Aleman, 33, was murdered inside her home. She was shot and suffered blunt force trauma. Several months later, Cody Reece was tied to the crime scene via DNA evidence and charged with aggravated murder. Reece had committed a series of crimes on the day of the murder, include mail theft and breaking and entering.


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reported events that occurred at 436 North Redwood Road, Salt Lake City, Utah, US on January 1st, 2010

Steven McKinney, 23, was at his home talking with a group of friends. One of the friends believed a gun on the kitchen counter was empty and jokingly fired it at McKinney. McKinney was fatally shot and the shooter was charged with manslaughter.


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reported events that occurred at 1008 Saint James Street, Richmond, Virginia, US on October 14th, 1994

APARTMENT C By: Mark HolmbergPosted at 12:54 AM, Oct 16, 2014 and last updated 7:01 AM, Oct 16, 2014 RICHMOND, Va. -- October 14, 1994. 9:30 a.m. The Gilpin Court housing project. 1008 St. James Street, apartment C. Christopher "Pops" Goins, a 20-year-old crack dealer from New York City, pretty much wiped out an entire family with a Glock .45 caliber pistol. Close range shots. He was mad because the 14-year-old girl who lived in that apartment, Tamika Jones, got pregnant with his child, and his main girlfriend found out about it. So in he walked that morning, killing adults and children in their pajamas. James Randolph, 35, Daphne Jones, 29, Nicole Jones, 9, David Jones, 4, Robert Jones, 3. One child was slaughtered in the crib. Another died clutching Daphne's leg. Tamika heard their screams. Then the screams stopped, she later testified. And Goins, her lover, came in her room and emptied his pistol into her belly, her 7-month-old fetus taking most of the bullets and saving her life. She hugged and shielded her 9-month-old sister, who was shot in the arm. (That's the child being rushed out in the arms of the female medic in the video.) Tamika was able to call 9-1-1 and identify the shooter. (She lost her ability to have children. When we last talked to her, She was living in Los Angeles, although she may have moved to New York.) More than 3,000 people turned out for the funeral at the Arthur Ashe Center. There were six gleaming-white caskets - one for unborn girl. Even in the midst of Richmond's deadliest year since the Civil War (160 were murdered in the crack-cocaine fueled madness then), Richmonders felt this one. Most who were living here then remember it. Goins was caught a month later in Brooklyn, with his girlfriend. He was unrepentant till the end, when he was executed by lethal injection in December of 2000.

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reported events that occurred at 6535 West Junaluska Drive, Richmond, Virginia, US on August 29th, 1996

Cynthia & Heather Johnson - Date of Homicide: August 29, 1996 On Aug. 29, 1996, Heather Johnson, 7, and Cynthia Johnson, 34, were murdered in their own home on Junaluska Drive in South Richmond. The home was set on fire to cover the crime. The victim was last talked to on Aug. 29, 1996, just a short time prior to the fire. This crime was one of Richmond's most horrific murders. The victim knew the killer(s) and police need your help in solving this case. The police have compiled a great deal of information on this case and need you to help us bring it to a successful close. We believe someone knows who the suspects are and can help solve this case. If you have any information about this case no matter how small or unimportant you believe it is, we want you to call us and pass that information on to us. You may have the missing piece of the puzzle we need. We also know that pizza was delivered to this address the night of the murders. We need to know who delivered the pizza to the address. If you are the pizza delivery driver that delivered pizza to 6535 Junaluska Drive on the night of Aug. 29, 1996, please call and talk to investigators. If you have any information about this homicide or about someone who knows information about this homicide please contact: Homicide Detectives - (804) 646-6741 Crime Stoppers - (804) 780-1000

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reported events that occurred at 3010 Montecrest Avenue, Richmond, Virginia, US on April 14th, 2000

From richmondmagazine.com (May 2004 article): "Kenneth and Anjanette Murphy Date: April 14, 2000 Method: Multiple gunshots Location: 3010 Montecrest Ave. By all accounts, Kenneth and Anjanette Murphy were not the kind of people you’d expect to be at the center of a double murder. The married parents of children ages 3 and 12, the Murphys were devout churchgoers at Second Antioch Baptist Church in Powhatan. At about 12:30 a.m. on April 14, 2000, between two and five men broke down the French door of the Murphys’ quiet brick house at 3010 Montecrest Ave. near Jefferson Davis Highway in South Richmond. Anjanette, 30, was immediately shot multiple times and killed. Her husband, Kenneth, 31, came out of the downstairs back bedroom, wearing only a T-shirt and underwear, to see what was happening. He was shot at least twice in the chest. Neighbors reported seeing three men flee the scene. The Murphys’ 12-year-old daughter came downstairs from her bedroom to find her father on his knees and bleeding from the chest. The 3-year-old never awoke during the incident. After rescue workers arrived and loaded him into an ambulance, Murphy said the names of some men but didn’t say whether they were the shooters, says Richmond Police Det. Levin J. White. Kenneth Murphy later died at the hospital. One of the guns used in the murder was a handgun stolen from a Henrico County sheriff’s deputy’s car, White says. Portsmouth police later recovered the gun in 2001 when suspected drug dealers fleeing police threw it into an ice-cream cooler. Two men of interest to police in the investigation, according to an affidavit given by White supporting a search warrant filed in New Jersey, are Kenneth Murphy’s childhood friend Gregory “Craig” Denarr Mills and Mills’ brother-in-law, an internationally notorious boxing trainer named Carlos “Panama” Lewis, whose clients included former world heavyweight champ “Iron” Mike Tyson. “I do believe both of these individuals were either there or have direct knowledge or have information that can help us,” White says of Mills and Lewis. “The trainer, he’s been interviewed, and it’s been determined that he’s been less than truthful. I’m not suggesting this trainer was the shooter, but does he have knowledge? Yes, he has knowledge.” Nothing was taken from the scene of the murder, White says, and robbery was not a motive. Family members and police say that Kenneth Murphy, who worked as a truck driver for E&S Contract Carrier Inc. in South Richmond, and Mills, who at one time had a power-washing business, were close friends, and Murphy was concerned about Mills’ lifestyle and wanted him to become a churchgoing man like Murphy. Mills was charged in 1993 with a felony count of cocaine possession with intent to distribute, but he pleaded guilty to lesser charges. A year or two before the Murphys were killed, Mills introduced Kenneth Murphy to Lewis, his brother-in-law. Lewis served a year in prison in the 1980s for fixing a fight, after he removed the padding from welterweight fighter Luis Resto’s boxing gloves during a bout at Madison Square Garden. Resto’s opponent, Billy Collins Jr., was injured so badly he never fought again and died a year later, a suspected suicide. Permanently banned as a fight trainer in the U.S., Lewis took to training foreign champs and worked for Mike Tyson in recent years, though Lewis wasn’t permitted ringside at Tyson’s fights. Laura Murphy, Kenneth’s mother, says her son went to Florida in summer 1999 on a fishing trip paid for by Mills and Lewis. Even though Laura Murphy describes her son Kenneth as struggling financially, on the night of the murder, police found a brown paper bag in Kenneth Murphy’s house containing several hundred dollars. Laura says that as she was going through Kenneth’s effects she discovered receipts showing that for a couple years Kenneth had been wiring about $500 every few months to someone in Florida via Western Union on Mills’ behalf. (Mills and Lewis could not be reached for comment.) Seven hours after the murders, according to the affidavit, Mills met Lewis at Richmond International Airport, where Lewis caught a plane to Vermont and then got a ride over the border into Canada. Police say Mills, who lives in South Richmond, then stayed in a Richmond hotel for several days following the murders. Once in Canada, Lewis contacted a lawyer who called Richmond Police to tell them that Lewis had not fled the country but had traveled to Canada on business to train Canadian middleweight champ Dave Hilton Jr. On Aug. 18, 2000, Lewis showed up at Richmond Police headquarters and asked to see White. Lewis “just showed up at my office and said, ‘Here’s where I was.’ He had plane tickets, copies of his ticket stubs, and copies of receipts, not things you would typically carry around with you,” White says. In police questioning, Lewis at first denied he had ever been in the Murphys’ home, White says, but confronted with a polygraph test, he admitted that he had been in the Murphy home. Similarly, Mills initially denied to police that he knew Lewis, his own brother-in-law. Mills is no longer cooperating with police. White tried to get police in New Jersey, where Lewis was living above a boxing gym, to take Lewis’ palm prints in a search warrant to compare against prints found in the Murphy house after the murder. However, Lewis had apparently moved, and police were unable to get the prints. “This murder, it’s just a brutal, senseless killing,” White says. “We need some help from the community on this.” " richmondmagazine.com/news/cloverleaf-mall-murders-feature/ Thoughts? I stress the above article is from 2004 but the general gist of the article is probably mostly accurate today. Unfortunately, as of March 16th, 2018, this is still listed as an unsolved case on the Richmond Police Department's online unsolved homicides section: www.richmondgov.com/Police/unsolved/Murphy.aspx


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