HOMICIDE - Bone Camp Rd Northport 1999 - Serafin Maldonado
On July 18, 1999 at approximately 1:30am, unknown suspects entered the home of Serafin Maldonado located in the 12000 block of Bone Camp Road (Northport) in Tuscaloosa County. Maldonado was dragged from his bed and was beaten to death by the suspects. If you have any information regarding this case, please contact the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit by telephone 205-464-8690 or by the Homicide Unit email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact CrimeStoppers at 205-752-STOP (7867) to leave confidential, anonymous tips.
HOMICIDE - Keenes Mill Rd Cottondale 1999 - Carrie Bowles
Case number H15A-1375-96 On November 13, 1996, 35 year old Carrie Loraine Bowles was murdered in her residence in Old Mill Trace subdivision off Keenes Mill Road in the Cottondale area of Tuscaloosa County. She was found dead in her residence by a family member. Carrie had been shot. It is unknown if she knew her attacker. If you have any information regarding this case, please contact the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit by telephone 205-464-8690 or by the Homicide Unit email at email@example.com. You can also contact CrimeStoppers at 205-752-STOP (7867) to leave confidential, anonymous tips.
HOMICIDE - 1982 Romulus - Unidentified female
On April 18, 1982 an unidentified female was found deceased on the bank of the Black Warrior River in Romulus. The female had been murdered by strangulation. This female was described as a white female, 34-38 years old, 5'-4" tall and weighing 110-115 lbs. She had dark brown hair, a somewhat ruddy complexion, and had a scar over her right eye below her eyebrow. A partial upper denture was in place. She was dressed in tennis shoes (size 7), blue knit pants with a stretch waistband, long-sleeved blue shirt (brand: "Preppy"), white bra and white panties. The female was never positively identified and no suspect has been charged with her death. If you have information regarding the murder of this unidentified female or have information about her identity, please call the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit at 205-464-8690, CrimeStoppers at 205-752-STOP or email Homicide@tuscco.com.
HOMICIDE - 1991 Hwy 43N - Jennifer Dorch
On March 9, 1991, the body of a 24-year-old female, Jennifer Watkins Dorch, was found stabbed to death in her mobile home on Hwy 43 in Northport. The murder happened sometime after she returned home around 4:30am from a night out. She was found deceased in her residence later that day by a relative. No suspect has been charged with her death. If you have information regarding the murder of Jennifer Watkins Dorch, please call the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit at 205-464-8690, CrimeStoppers at 205-752-STOP or email Homicide@tuscco.com.
HOMICIDE - Paula Ellis - 1973
In the spring of 1973 an 18 year old female from Miami, Florida, Paula Ellis, was a freshman at the University of Alabama. On the night of April 21, 1973 Ellis left her residence at Martha Parham Hall and rode a bicycle to a concert being held on the University of Alabama campus. The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band was playing a midnight concert on Woods Quad. Before noon the following day, Easter Sunday, her body was found approximately 10 miles away. Ellis had been strangled and her body dumped from a bridge. No suspect has ever been arrested in this case. If you have any information regarding this case, please contact the Tuscaloosa County Metro Homicide Unit by telephone 205-464-8690 or by the Homicide Unit email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact CrimeStoppers at 205-752-STOP (7867) to leave confidential, anonymous tips.
HOMICIDE - McCalla 1989 - Acie and Carolyn Worthy
At 12:43am on Oct 16, 1989 local volunteer firefighters responded to a report of a house fire at the Worthy home which is located one mile off Interstate 59/20 on Alabama Highway 216. The bodies of both victims were found in the house. Initial investigation revealed that both victims were shot and killed when they returned home from a Sunday night church service where Mrs. Worthy served as choir director. The house was then intentionally set on fire in an apparent attempt to destroy evidence of the crime. AC Worthy served as an officer at the local VFW post Bessemer. He was known to carry large amounts of cash on his person. One month after the murders, investigators were contacted by an agent with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement concerning a double homicide of an elderly couple in Graceville Florida in January of that same year. On January 29, 1989 Robert F. McRae, Sr. age 72 and his wife, Katherine P. McRae, age 70 were found murdered in their residence in Graceville Florida. The couple was discovered after neighborhood children went to the McRae residence to visit and found two ski masks lying near the back door. The children became frightened and ran to a neighbor's house to report the discovery. The Graceville Police Department was summoned and, upon entry, found the bodies of Mr. and Mrs. McRae. Mrs. McRae was thumbed cuffed behind her back and both she and her husband had been shot in the head. Upon comparing the two cases, evidence found at both crimes scenes determined that the two cases were linked. The McRae case occurred 9 months prior to the Worthy case. If you have any information that may help in this case, call Tuscaloosa Homicide Unit at 205-464-8690 or use the Homicide Unit email at Homicide@tuscco.com
Serial Rapist - Multi-state - AL/CO
August 2, 2001 - Tuscaloosa Alabama - Female realtor, who advertised in local publication with a photo ad, was contacted by phone by a male calling from a local pay phone inquiring about a house for sale. The realtor met the male at the house and was sexually assaulted at knife point in the vacant house. Victim described a white male suspect in his 50's or 60's with red complexion on his face and possibly a crippled hand. The suspect stole the victim's jewelry and a watch. During the initial investigation, a witness called and reported a strange person coming to her house asking about a baby stroller she had for sale. She gave a suspect description that was similar to the victim's. She also stated that the suspect called from Best Western. He gave the name of Dr. Kennedy. Another female advised that she had a wedding dress in the paper for sale and had received a call concerning the dress. The person never identified themselves but did ask directions to their house. August 10, 2004. Colorado Springs, Colorado - Female was sexually attacked by a male who responded to an ad for a wedding dress being sold by the victim. He asked the victim to model it and she refused. He grabbed her around the neck and put a gun to her head. She took the gun away from the suspect and began to hit him. He left the area, calmly getting into his dark green Jeep Cherokee and drove away. Victim described a white male in his 60s. Witness at the location where the call was made described a male in his 50s with a red complexion (flush). Suspect Description: White Male age 50's to 60's 5'-8" 160-180lbs Salt and pepper hair Balding in U pattern Appears unkempt. Clothes out of date. Musty smell Reddish complexion on face May have a problem or handicap in one of his hands Last known vehicle: Jeep Cherokee Dark Green. Colorado Tag
MISSING PERSON - Brookwood 1988 - Brenda Kay Green
Brenda Kay Green, at 15 at the time of her disappearance, has been missing from Brookwood Alabama since July 1988. She was dropped off at a friend's house in a rural part of Tuscaloosa County (Brookwood) on July 2, 1988. The friend was not at home so she stayed at the house to wait. He mother received a telephone call from her later that day but never saw her again. If you have any information that may help in this case, call Tuscaloosa Metro Homicide Unit at 205-464-8691 or email at Homicide@tuscco.com
HOMICIDE - Coaling 2003 - Jeremy Dunn
Victim(s): Jeremy Lee Dunn Location: Wooded area off Dudley Road in Coaling (Tuscaloosa Co) AL. On 6/18/03, 21-year-old Jeremy Lee Dunn AKA "Opie" was found dead in a wooded area near a railroad bridge of Dudley Road in the area of Coaling (Tuscaloosa Co) AL. He had been bound and shot. Victim had been seen less than an hour before walking to a store in the Holt community. If you have any information that may help in this case, call the Tuscaloosa Metro Homicide Unit at 205-464-8690 or use the Homicide Unit email at email@example.com
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