A unique perspective from an amateur videographer, who shot the crime scene after outlaws Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow reached the end of their road to ruin and infamy.
On August 31, 2006, Liz Marinello was gunned down in the parking lot of an office building in the affluent New Orleans suburb of Metairie. At the time, no one suspected that the scruffy-looking suspect seen riding away on a bicycle was her estranged husband, sportscaster Vince Marinello. Nonetheless, that’s where the trail of evidence seemed to lead, and when the story began unfolding, many people in the New Orleans area were shocked.
On August 14, 2013, a little after midnight, Jeremy Mouton, who had been drinking heavily at an establishment called the Cowboy’s Saloon, was intoxicated enough that he decided it was time to ride his horse around inside the bar — refreshingly, this did not happen in Texas, it happened in Louisiana.
A state survey crew working near Whisky Bay Bridge discovered a gruesome sight on July 16, 2002. In a marshy wooded area beneath the bridge, they saw the nude body of a dead woman lying at the water’s edge. It was Pam Kinamore, victim of the Baton Rouge serial killer, known for targeting beautiful, white women of Baton Rouge.
On June 26, 2000, Clinton, La., Deputy Sheriff Ronald Johnson entered the home of Genore Guillory. Immediately, he smelled the unmistakable odor of death. It didn’t take him long to find Genore’s body, sprawled and bloody on the floor.
A 13-year-old New Orleans area boy is accused of killing his 5-year-old sister by practicing WWE-style wrestling moves on her. According to a press release issued by the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office, the girl suffered blunt force trauma, broken ribs and internal bleeding. Her death was ruled a homicide.
On Saturday, authorities recovered the Black Honda Accord belonging to missing New Orleans teacher Terrilyn Monette. The vehicle had a badly decomposed body inside. It was not immediately apparent whether the remains were male or female. An autopsy is scheduled for Monday.
Police in Texas recently arrested Felix Vail for the murder of his wife Mary Horton Vail, 22. Her death, originally ruled an accident, was reclassified as a homicide after police reopened the investigation in response to an article by investigative reporter Jerry Mitchell in the Clarion Ledger. Here Mitchell discusses Horton Vail’s life, as well as the suspicious circumstances surrounding her death.
Welcome to Monday. I’m sure this Louisiana woman, 50, looks just like many of us felt this morning — except that she got herself arrested.
Suellen Roberts and her daughter Lexis left home on a road trip to Arizona just before Labor Day weekend and disappeared. Diligent investigation would unearth their fate and a killer that had been legally dead for years.