Suspected Detroit Serial Killer Of Black Women Caught

first_imgA Detroit man facing charges for an alleged brutal attack of a young woman last month could be the serial killer suspected in the deaths of three women, two of whom are Black, police said. The family of one of the women is now speaking out in the midst of the tragedy.Deangelo Martin was arraigned Monday for the stabbing and rape of a 26-year-old woman who was lucky enough to escape. Police said she was one of two women survivors of malicious attacks by Martin to come forward, prompting officials to suspect Martin was the serial killer tied to the deaths of Nancy Harrison, Trevesene Ellis and Tamara Jones, whose bodies were found in abandoned buildings. Authorities also believe that Martin is involved in the August 2018 disappearance of 64-year-old Deborah Reynolds. Jones, 55, is the latest victim to be identified. She was a mother of two who struggled with mental illness and turned to panhandling after falling on hard times. White Tears! Former Meteorologist Files Lawsuit Claiming He Was Fired Because Of Diversity A Complete, Recent Timeline Of Disaster For Americans Visiting The Dominican Republic More By Megan Sims The daughter of Tamara Jones, 55, shared this pic with me. She tells us, @detroitpolice say Jones was a victim of accused serial killer and rapist Deangelo Martin. I’ll have a live report at 6 on @wxyzdetroit. pic.twitter.com/w4ZbrJrrLM— Rudy Harper (@RudyHarperWXYZ) June 10, 2019“She was not a violent person,” Jones’ niece Tina Taylor said. “She was a person of laughter. She loved to laugh. She was very creative, very talented. She shared a lot of love, warmhearted.”According to Fox 2, Jones, whose body was found just last week, was last seen on Memorial Day weekend as she spent some time with her daughter. Taylor said the family knew something was wrong after they had not heard from her for several days. Prior to Martin’s detainment, volunteers canvassed Detroit’s East side where Harrison, Ellis and Jones’ bodies were found to help find clues as to distribute information regarding the case. With the abundance of abandoned buildings in the city, community members worried about how easy a serial killer could find access to places where they could kill and dump bodies. ONLY ON 4: the family of a missing woman shares police dash cam video, showing Deborah Reynolds with Deangelo Martin – the person of interest in a serial killer investigation in Detroit. That was the last time she was seen alive. Hear from the family @Local4News at 11p. pic.twitter.com/yDDWcKl2Ay— Priya Mann (@priyamanntv) June 9, 2019“The fact that it took this, for everybody to decide to listen, is what the problem is,” Brenda Hill of Women’s Delegation for Peace and Change told Fox 2 last week.CNN reported that Detroit police has made a lot of headway in clearing abandoned houses and alerting officials to have them boarded up. They expect to have 1,000 houses boarded by the end of July in hopes of preventing this tragedy from happening again.SEE ALSO:Details Of Maleah Davis’ Funeral Revealed As Petition To Charge Her Mom Gains SteamWhen They See You! The Hateful Linda Fairstein Has Another Terminated Contractcenter_img “He really wanted to kill me!” – A survivor of suspected serial killer Deangelo Martin talks Only to 7 about her fear and how she made it out of the vacant house alive.Her story in about 15 minutes on 7 Action News. @wxyzdetroit pic.twitter.com/bGyibL4JxI— KIMBERLY CRAIG (@kimcraig007) June 11, 2019“I’m sorry for what he did to my aunt and the other women and only God knows how many more that’s going to come to the light,” Taylor said.According to reports, police believed all three women we targeted because they were sex workers, but both Jones and Harrison’s families dispute the claim that they were involved in prostitution. Caribbean beach full of tourists Jamaican Republican Who Is Running Against AOC Supported Her A Year Ago Detroit Serial Killer Morehouse Students Take To Social Media And Claim Sexual Harassment Complaints Were Ignoredlast_img

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