By Bay Area News Group | PUBLISHED: May 9, 2019 at 8:36 am | UPDATED: May 9, 2019 at 12:02 pm The FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list has a new name: Arnoldo Jimenez, who is thought to have killed his new bride just hours after their wedding. Estrella Carrera, 26, was found dead on May 13, 2012, in the bathtub of her suburban Chicago apartment, still in the dress she had worn to her wedding reception. She was the mother of two children, then aged 8 and 2. Carrera is thought to have argued with Jimenez in the early hours of May 12 as they drove away from the celebration, the FBI press release said. He allegedly stabbed her in the car — a black Maserati — then dragged her body into her apartment in Burbank, Illinois. Jimenez, now 37, may have fled to Durango, Mexico, the agency said. He is a U.S. citizen, born in Texas. Jimenez is the 522nd fugitive to be named to the FBI’s list of Ten Most Wanted Fugitives, which has been in existence since 1950. His addition to the … [Read more...] about FBI’s new most wanted: Bride found dead on their wedding night
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation has released more than a dozen drawings made by a prolific serial killer in hopes the public may be able to identify some of his victims.Samuel Little, 78, was arrested at a Kentucky homeless shelter in September 2012 and extradited to California, where he was wanted on a narcotics charge.Once Little, a one-time boxer, was in custody, the Los Angeles Police Department were able to match his DNA to three unsolved homicides from 1987 and 1989 and charge him with three counts of murder. In 2014, Little was convicted on all three counts and was sentenced to three consecutive life sentences without the possibility of parole. He is reportedly in poor health and will likely remain in prison in Texas until his death.Little had previously been charged with killing women in Mississippi and Florida in the 1980s but escaped indictment in Mississippi and conviction in Florida, according to the FBI. He had also served time for assaulting a … [Read more...] about FBI releases 16 drawings prolific serial killer Samuel Little made of his victims
National APNewsBreak: FBI finds no specific motive in Vegas shooting By KEN RITTER and MICHAEL BALSAMO Associated Press ORDER REPRINT → January 29, 2019 12:51 PM Bodycam video shows police breaching hotel room of Las Vegas shooter (Full Video) Police released bodycam video on Wednesday that shows the moment officers breached the Las Vegas shooter's hotel room at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on October 1, 2017. By Up Next × SHARE Police released bodycam video on Wednesday that shows the moment officers breached the Las Vegas shooter's hotel room at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on October 1, 2017. By LAS VEGAS A high-stakes gambler who rained a hail of gunfire down on a crowd of country music fans, killing 58, took any specific motive for the 2017 attack to his grave, the FBI said Tuesday as it concluded the investigation into the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history. … [Read more...] about APNewsBreak: FBI finds no specific motive in Vegas shooting
IN the movies, crazed serial killers are driven to claim victim after victim in a cat-and-mouse game with detectives that only ends when they are caught. But in real life a surprising number of serial murderers get away with it for years — and many are still out there today. Tales of grisly murders carried out by a lone maniac have fascinated and terrified us since the time of Jack The Ripper, the elusive Victorian slasher who was never identified. And don't think it's safe to go out just because a modern day ripper has been quiet lately — it does not necessarily mean he is dead or in prison, experts say. According to FBI research, it's a myth that serial murderers are all psychopaths who keep on killing until they are stopped. It is also not true that most want to be caught. Often the terrifying thing is how normal they are, with steady jobs and happy family lives. There are several examples of cold-blooded killers who retired back into quiet suburban … [Read more...] about Serial Killers who were never caught – A list of the most terrifying criminals who are STILL on the loose after butchering dozens of innocent victims
An unusual murder mystery is playing out inside the Hazelton penitentiary in West Virginia. The prime suspects — inmates — are already locked up. The victim was an aging mobster, someone plenty of people had reason to want dead. But how James (Whitey) Bulger, the crime boss and law enforcement informant from Boston, came to be murdered just a few hours after arriving at Hazelton is still a puzzle. Among the questions investigators are trying to answer, according to interviews with more than a dozen Federal Bureau of Prisons employees, lawyers with clients inside and relatives of inmates, are these: Of at least four men sent to solitary confinement following the attack, which ones beat him to death? Why was Bulger, a notorious informant in frail health, placed with other inmates in the general population? And how did Bulger come to be transferred to Hazelton to begin with? Bulger, who infamously yanked the teeth out of his murder victims to thwart identification, was … [Read more...] about Who wanted Whitey Bulger dead? Better question: Who didn’t?