Five Years Later: A Guilford County Mother’s Unwavering Search for Justice in Her Son’s Unsolved Case

Greensboro, N.C. — Five years have passed since a Guilford County mother’s son was brutally murdered, and time has done little to heal the wounds or bring her the answers she desperately seeks. Despite the years, the case remains shrouded in mystery with no suspects identified and no arrests made, leaving a family to grapple with a seemingly endless wait for justice. In a recent interview, the mother, whose identity has been withheld for privacy …

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Renewed Search for Clues in 2017 San Antonio Drive-By Killing as Family Seeks Justice

San Antonio, Texas — Authorities are making a renewed push for clues in the unsolved 2017 murder of a San Antonio man, shot in front of his home in a drive-by attack. Despite the passage of years, the San Antonio Police Department (SAPD) remains committed to solving the killing of Christopher Lozano, who was 34 at the time of his death. On the evening of July 27, 2017, Lozano was outside his residence on the …

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One Year Later: Young Boy Seeks Justice and Truth in Father’s Unsolved Murder

Cincinnati, Ohio — A 10-year-old boy, grappling with the loss of his father, is on a poignant quest for clarity and closure. One year after his father was brutally murdered, this young Cincinnati native is seeking answers, navigating the complex emotions and legal intricacies surrounding the unsolved case. The child, whose identity remains protected due to his age and the sensitivity of the situation, lost his father in an incident that shook the local community …

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Tragic Justice: Slain Teen’s Fitness App Helps Crack the Case on Her Own Murder

Armada, Mich. — Nearly a decade has passed since the tragic murder of 14-year-old April Millsap, who was killed while walking her dog in a small Michigan town. The crime, solved in part by the data from a fitness tracking app on her phone, drew significant attention for its blend of brutality and high-tech investigative techniques. On July 24, 2014, April Millsap sent a chilling text to her boyfriend that she feared she was being …

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After Decades, Justice Served: DNA Solves 1979 Cold Case of D.C. Mother’s Murder and Rape

Washington, D.C. — A long-unsolved crime that haunted a Maryland community has finally reached a resolution. After more than four decades, Andre Taylor, a Washington, D.C. resident, was convicted of the 1979 kidnapping, rape, and murder of Vickie Lynn Belk, a case that puzzled investigators for years. Vickie Lynn Belk was a 28-year-old mother working in Washington, D.C. and living in Suitland, Maryland. On August 27, 1979, she vanished after leaving her workplace, setting off …

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Justice Sought: Arrest Made in 2020 Chicago Road Rage Killing of Toddler

Chicago — Nearly two years following a tragic incident in West Lawn, Chicago authorities have charged a man in connection with the shooting death of a 3-year-old boy. The suspect, identified as 32-year-old Govanni Hernandez from Berwyn, faces several felony charges including first-degree murder and attempted murder, stemming from what police described as a road rage confrontation. The September 2022 incident, which claimed the life of Mateo Zastro, has gripped the local community and prompted …

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Decades Later, a New Bid for Justice: Atlanta Community Rallies with Billboard and Reward to Solve Princella Eppes’ 1990 Murder

In Atlanta, Georgia, the decades-long quest to solve the murder of Princella Eppes, who was tragically found dead in her apartment back in July 1990, has gained renewed focus. Eppes was a victim of a fatal shooting at her residence on North Highland Avenue, and more than three decades later, her case remains a frustrating mystery. Armed with new initiatives, including a prominent billboard campaign and a hefty reward, her family remains hopeful that these …

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Echoes of Tragedy: How Recent Murders Reflect Deep Socio-economic Issues and Call for Justice

Port of Spain, Trinidad – In a society grappling with a series of tragic events involving everyday individuals, a deeper examination of justice and its accessibility has come into sharp focus. The harrowing experiences of Neil Ballai, a van driver killed in an accident, and Nathan Pierre, a plumber paralyzed by a stray bullet, underscored the apparent lack of a clear recourse for victims and their families. This issue gained added poignancy with the recent …

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Justice in Action: Fentanyl Robbery Gang Facing Charges for Multiple Fatalities

Seven individuals allegedly part of a criminal network known as the “Fentanyl Robbery Gang,” accused of drug-related robberies that tragically resulted in four deaths, have been indicted, according to statements from the U.S. Attorney’s office. The group’s activities reportedly spanned across multiple states, highlighting the grim nexus of drug abuse and violent crime in the nation. The federal indictment alleges that the group specifically targeted locations known for drug sales, including illicit drug “stash houses.” …

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Justice Served: U.S. Attorney Wins 7-Year Sentence for Harrowing Assault on Occupied Family Residence

Washington, D.C. — A man has been sentenced to 87 months in prison after pleading guilty to a violent home invasion that endangered eight people, including a child. The sentence was handed down by a federal judge following a plea of guilty to charges related to the incident that occurred last year. The U.S. Attorney’s Office reported that the assailant, whose identity remains undisclosed due to privacy regulations, broke into a family’s residence during the …

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