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Netflix show depicts local murder

In early June 1979, Logan Township patrol officers Steven D. Jackson and Walter Coho were dispatched to Skyline Drive at the top of Wopsononock Mountain because a jogger thought he saw a body.

The officers met the man at the Buckhorn Inn, and he directed them to a makeshift dump where people would throw their trash and yard waste.

Jackson, then 29, remembers viewing the scene and in his initial shock exclaiming, “Are we really seeing what we are seeing?”

The officers had discovered a badly mutilated 22-year-old woman named Betty Jean Shade.

“The thing I thought when I saw her: If she was a sister or a member of your family, you wouldn’t recognize her,” said Jackson, who eventually served as Logan Township police chief and is now a magisterial district judge in Blair County.

Shade’s murder and her killer, who turned out to be her boyfriend, Charles F. Soult, 26, of Altoona, is

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Netflix show depicts local murder

— In early June 1979, Logan Township patrol officers Steven D. Jackson and Walter Coho were dispatched to Skyline Drive at the top of Wopsononock Mountain because a jogger thought he saw a body.

The officers met the man at the Buckhorn Inn, and he directed them to a makeshift dump where people would throw their trash and yard waste.

Jackson, then 29, remembers viewing the scene and in his initial shock exclaiming, “Are we really seeing what we are seeing?”

The officers had discovered a badly mutilated 22-year-old woman named Betty Jean Shade.

“The thing I thought when I saw her: If she was a sister or a member of your family, you wouldn’t recognize her,” said Jackson, who eventually served as Logan Township police chief and is now a magisterial district judge in Blair County.

Shade’s murder and her killer,

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Watch now: DA gives update on unsolved 1992 murder of Christy Mirack in East Lampeter Township

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Netflix show depicts Pennsylvania murder



ALTOONA, Pa. In early June 1979, Logan Township patrol officers Steven D. Jackson and Walter Coho were dispatched to Skyline Drive at the top of Wopsononock Mountain because a jogger thought he saw a body.

The officers met the man at the Buckhorn Inn, and he directed them to a makeshift dump where people would throw their trash and yard waste.

Jackson, then 29, remembers viewing the scene and in his initial shock exclaiming, “Are we really seeing what we are seeing?”

The officers had discovered a badly

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Netflix show depicts Pennsylvania murder



ALTOONA, Pa. In early June 1979, Logan Township patrol officers Steven D. Jackson and Walter Coho were dispatched to Skyline Drive at the top of Wopsononock Mountain because a jogger thought he saw a body.

The officers met the man at the Buckhorn Inn, and he directed them to a makeshift dump where people would throw their trash and yard waste.

Jackson, then 29, remembers viewing the scene and in his initial shock exclaiming, “Are we really seeing what we are seeing?”

The officers had discovered a badly

Read more at: http://www.timesherald.com/general-news/20171031/netflix-show-depicts-pennsylvania-murder

Netflix show depicts local murder

The officers met the man at the Buckhorn Inn, and he directed them to a makeshift dump where people would throw their trash and yard waste.

Jackson, then 29, remembers viewing the scene and in his initial shock exclaiming, “Are we really seeing what we are seeing?”

The officers had discovered a badly mutilated 22-year-old woman named Betty Jean Shade.

“The thing I thought when I saw her: If she was a sister or a member of your family, you wouldn’t recognize her,” said Jackson, who eventually served as Logan Township police chief and is now a magisterial district judge in Blair County.

Shade’s murder and her killer, who turned out to be her boyfriend, Charles F. Soult, 26, of Altoona, is fictionally depicted in a 10-episode Netflix show “Mind­hunter,” which began airing Oct. 13.

The Shade murder was unusual and among the first cases for which a psychological profile was developed

Read more at: http://www.altoonamirror.com/news/local-news/2017/10/netflix-show-depicts-local-murder/

Families, murder expert say Shreveport leaders part of growing homicide problem – KSLA

SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) –

As the number of murders rises in Shreveport, the families and friends of victims are voicing their concerns about city officials and homicide investigators.

During the first two years of Mayor Ollie Tyler’s term as Shreveport mayor, the police department’s annual crime report shows the city recording 28 homicides in both 2014 and 2015. But in 2016, the year Tyler named Alan Crump Interim Chief of Police, 28 murders were committed in Shreveport. 

An increase of 18, resulting in 60% increase in the city’s homicide rate.  While the national homicide rate also rose by 20% in 2016, according to FBI’s uniform crime report, Shreveport’s rate tripled the national spike in murders.

In November of that year, Mayor Tyler named Crump as her choice to fill the Shreveport Chief of Police position, and since then the murder

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Families, murder expert say Shreveport leaders part of growing h … – KSLA

SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) –

As the number of homicides rises in Shreveport, the victims’ families and friends are voicing concerns about city officials and homicide investigators.

Watch KSLA News 12 at 10 streaming live on KSLA.com and on the KSLA News 12 mobile apps.

During the first two years of Mayor Ollie Tyler’s term as mayor, the Police Department’s annual crime report shows, the city recorded 28 homicides in 2014 and again in 2015.

In 2016, 28 homicides were committed in Shreveport.

That’s the same year Tyler named Alan Crump as interim police chief.

An increase of 18, that resulted in a 60% increase in the city’s homicide rate. 

While the national homicide rate rose by 20% in 2016, according to FBI’s uniform crime reports, Shreveport’s rate tripled the national spike in homicides.

In November, Tyler named Crump as her choice to fill the police

Read more at: http://www.ksla.com/story/36682050/families-murder-expert-say-shreveport-leaders-part-of-growing-homicide-problem

Families, murder expert see Shreveport leaders as part of city’s growing homicide problem – KSLA

SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) –

As the number of homicides rises in Shreveport, the victims’ families and friends are voicing concerns about city officials and homicide investigators.

Watch KSLA News 12 at 10 streaming live on KSLA.com and on the KSLA News 12 mobile apps.

During the first two years of Mayor Ollie Tyler’s term as mayor, the Police Department’s annual crime report shows, the city recorded 28 homicides in 2014 and again in 2015.

In 2016, 28 homicides were committed in Shreveport.

That’s the same year Tyler named Alan Crump as interim police chief.

An increase of 18, that resulted in a 60% increase in the city’s homicide rate. 

While the national homicide rate rose by 20% in 2016, according to FBI’s uniform crime reports, Shreveport’s rate tripled the national spike in homicides.

In November, Tyler named Crump as her choice to fill the police

Read more at: http://www.ksla.com/story/36682050/families-murder-expert-see-shreveport-leaders-as-part-of-citys-growing-homicide-problem

Sexual desire, psychopath tendency behind suspected murder by ‘Molar Daddy’ : police

Lee Young-hak, dubbed “Molar Daddy” and suspected of murdering his daughter’s 14-year-old friend, may have picked his victim to satisfy his sexual desire and killed her as she strongly resisted, police said Friday.

Lee, 35, admitted Tuesday to killing the girl at his home in eastern Seoul and disposing of the body on a mountain earlier this month. However, he has kept mum on why. His 14-year-old daughter also admitted to assisting her father in abandoning the body.

“Lee said he had committed the crime to relieve his sexual urges and picked his daughter’s friend, who had hung out at his house when his daughter was in elementary school,” said Gil Woo-geun, a police official from Jungnang Police Station, announcing the result of the investigation.
 

(Yonhap)
Criminal profiler Lee Joo-hyun said the suspect has psychopath tendencies, which might be linked to his childhood experience of

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