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Showing posts from February, 2014

Judith Elaine Walthers - Arizona

Mesa woman arrested, accused of first-degree murder Feb 24 Judith Elaine Walthers  was arrested Monday on suspicion of murdering a 54-year-old man in his apartment in early February, according to the Mesa Police Department. Walthers, 20, was booked on suspicion of first-degree murder, burglary, trafficking in stolen property, tampering with evidence and theft of a means of transportation. Mesa police investigators were called to the home of Kevin Worzalla on Feb. 4, after Worzalla’s family members asked officers to check on the man because they had not heard from him for a week, according to detective Steve Berry, a Mesa police spokesman. Officers found Worzalla dead inside his apartment near McDowell and Recker roads, Berry said. Police said there were signs of trauma to Worzalla’s body and his vehicle and other property were missing from the home. Berry said detectives later discovered Walthers had been staying at Worzalla’s home. Walthers had been seen driv

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Blanche Taylor Moore - North Carolina

Blanche Taylor Moore just had a birthday. She is 81 and sits on death row in North Carolina. She is convicted of killing her boyfriend via arsenic poisoning. She is also suspected of killing three other people and has been accused in the near arsenic poisoning of one other person. Her early life was traumatic. Born to a floozy mother and an abusive, alcoholic father her early childhood was rife with turmoil. It is reported that her father sold her into prostitution at the age of 9 to repay gambling debts. He later died of a reported heart attack in 1966. She married in 1954 and bore her husband two children. Her vivacious personality made her the life of every gathering. She had crazy quirks like quoting Bible verses immediately after letting loose with a string of curse words that would make a sailor blush.  She began working at Kroger in 1954 and by 1959 had been promoted to head cashier, the highest job Kroger offered women at that time. She began an affair with the s

Cynthia Katherine Cdebaca - California

Cynthia Katherine Cdebaca has been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of her son-in-law,  Geoward Flores Eustquio, with whom she shared a home in a swanky upscale San Diego neighborhood . The school-aged children who live in the home said their were constant arguments about the son-in-law's tough love parenting style. So she shot him. It was at 8 a.m. on her 63rd birthday. Happy birthday to Cynthia. Adult children of the family are describing the man as difficult to get a long with, alpha personality and stern.  While the kids said he was stern and hard to deal with it seems it was not out of malice  but with a kind heart.  So what we are hearing here is that the dude could be a douche and Grandma had her fill. Sadly, that happens a lot. I just read of a case where an old man shot a guy dead in the movie theater for texting during the previews! I will bet money that this turns out to be some bad medication error and it all could have been prevented with some est

Pamela Moss - Georgia

I received a three page letter from Pamela Moss today. She had a lot to say. She apologized several times for the length of the letter, explaining that she has no family or friends save for one, an elderly gentleman, and was starving for someone to talk to. Pamela is serving a life sentence for murdering a man she had a business relationship with, Doug Coker. The story goes that she owed him some hefty dough and didn't want to or couldn't pay. She met him at McDonalds for coffee. Somehow, she convinced him to meet her at her house and when he arrived she gave him a little blunt force trauma over the head and stowed him away under her porch. She took off for a few days and authorities found his body after tracing his daily movements and seeing the video from McDonalds. Her lawyer announced she would turn herself in but days passed without a trace of her. She was finally apprehended and indicted. She spent seven years in prison previously in the manslaughter of her mo

Marissa Suzanne Devault - Arizona

Marissa Suzanne Devault has just finished the opening statements phase of her murder trial. She is accused of bludgeoning her husband to death with a hammer as he slept five years ago. Marissa claims that her husband, Dale Harrell, was physically, mentally and emotionally abusive to her throughout the previous years. She claims self defense. Authorities have investigated and come to a far different conclusion. They say the witnesses to the alleged abuse do not back these claims. They say Marissa has given conflicting stories of her husband's murder and that the murder was premeditated. The death penalty is on the table. Dale Harrell was 34 years old. Autopsy reports show he suffered multiple skull fractures and died a month later from the injuries. Initially, Marissa told authorities that her husband, in a fit of rage, strangled her until she lost consciousness and when she awoke, saw her roommate beating her husband with a hammer. Investigators say evidence on the scen