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Homicides look to be down in Q-C country

Posted online: March 23, 2008 9:35 Prime Minister Print publication date: 03/24/2008

By Antony Watt ,


Area murder research workers haven't been as busy this year.

In 2006 and 2007, there had been at least three murders in the country by March. But 2008 have seen only one murder -- Antony Castro, 46, of Davenport -- who was fatally stabbed earlier this calendar month in his apartment.

"I'm glad things have got slowed down in that peculiar area," said Maj. Microphone Brown of the George C. Scott County Sheriff's Office, though he could not state why murders were down.

Overall, counting murder-suicides and foolhardy murder complaints filed in fatal vehicle accidents, there were 11 murders in 2007 and 16 in 2006, according to tribunal records and The Dispatch and The Rock Island Argus archives.

At last report, six of those lawsuits remained open. In some cases, there are no suspects. In others, police force have got suspects but can't collar them, said the Davenport Police Department's Lt. Gene Wall.

"We cognize who did it," he said. "We just don't have got the grounds to turn out it."

The longer a lawsuit stays open, the harder it is to solve, police force said.

Having an unsolved murder can be frustrating for investigators, the major said.

"If you have got one murder unfastened still, it weighs heavily on your mind," Maj. Brown said.

There had been apprehensions in 18 of the other murders since 2006, while four other lawsuits were closed because they were murder-suicides, records state. Seven of the apprehensions resulted in convictions, one individual was establish innocent, and 10 other lawsuits are still pending in the Prairie State and Ioway tribunal systems.

The lawsuits include:

2008

Anthony Castro, 46, Davenport

Details: Mr. Fidel Fidel Castro was stabbed multiple modern times March 4 in his flat at 717 W. 4th St., Davenport, with a knife.

Status: Vail Gywn Collins, 49, of Davenport, have been charged in George C. Scott County District Court with first-degree homicide in relation to Mr. Castro's death. She was in a romanticist human relationship with Mr. Fidel Castro at the clip he was killed.

Ms. Collins' adjacent tribunal day of the month is April 4.

2007

LaShaune Wright, 28, Rock Island

Details: Ms. Willard Huntington Willard Huntington Wright was establish stabbed and bludgeoned Jan. One at her 714 5th St., Rock Island, home.

Status: Steven Stephen A. Douglas Hill, 44, of the 5th Street address, have been charged with four counts of first-degree murder. His adjacent tribunal day of the month was not available.

Allen Saint Christopher Johnson, 34, Davenport

Details: Mr. Samuel Samuel Johnson was stabbed Jan. Five at 316 S. Elm Ave., Davenport.

Status: Megan Nicole Price, 22, was convicted in George C. Scott County District Court of voluntary manslaughter in his death.

Angela Marie Hennes, 41, Davenport

Details: Ms. Hennes' organic structure was establish Jan. Thirteen in a farm field in the 15000 block of Davenport's 100th Avenue.

Status: Open case.

Nicholas Eaton, 20, and Saint Christopher L. Rector, 21, both of Davenport

Details: Both work force were killed April 29 when their auto was struck by another on the Centennial Bridge.

Status: Saint Matthew Irwin, 26, Rock Island, confronts multiple complaints in George C. Scott County District Court, including vehicular homicide. His adjacent tribunal day of the month is scheduled for April 16.

Darrell A. Little, 27, Moline

Details: Mr. Little was shot May 31 outside of his apartment, 833 18th Ave., inch what government believe was a robbery attempt.

Status: The Moline Police Department have recently made multiple apprehensions in relation to Mr. Little's shooting. Ramah Speights, 17, Jeffery L. Banks, 21, Andre Woody Allen Henry Hobson Richardson Jr., 20, and Devonta McCaw, 18, all of Rock Island, have got been charged in Rock Island County Circuit Court with attempted armed robbery. Mr. Banks' adjacent tribunal day of the month is scheduled for April 1, while Mr. Richardson's and Mr. McCaw's adjacent tribunal days of the month are scheduled for April 18. Mr. Speights' adjacent tribunal day of the month was unavailable.

Dax Llewellyn Lancial, 4 calendar months old, Coal Valley

Details: Killed by blunt military unit injury to the head.

Status: Dax's father, Nathaniel L. Onsrud, 21, of Coal Valley, have been charged in Rock Island County Circuit Court with first-degree homicide in relation to his son's death. His adjacent tribunal day of the month is April 4.

Carl "Barney" Rawson, 77, Las Cruces, N.M.

Details: Killed in an car accident on June 24 on the Avenue of the Cities near 18th Street in Moline.

Status: William Jennings Bryan J. Dickinson, 22, of Rock Island, the alleged driver of the hurrying vehicle that struck Mr. Rawson's car, have been charged with foolhardy murder in relation to Mr. Rawson's death. His adjacent tribunal day of the month is April 7.

Edna Duarte, 35, Rock Island

Details: Establish dead in a cupboard in her 2513 5-1/2 Ave. place as firemen fought a fire at the residence. An necropsy showed she died of fume inhalation, but a coronor's jury later ruled her decease a homicide.

Status: Open case.

Christina Mejia, 22, Rock Island

Details: Government believe Ms. Mejia was strangled Nov. Seventeen or Nov. Eighteen at her 2512 8-1/2 Ave. home. Her organic structure was establish in a improvised grave a few years later.

Status: Osbaldo Jose-Nicolas, 22, Moline, was charged in Rock Island County Circuit Court with two counts of first-degree homicide in the case. Irma Jose-Nicolas, 29, Moline, Mr. Jose-Nicolas' sister, and a juvenile, reportedly the suspects' brother, are charged with privacy of a homicidal death.

Mr. Jose-Nicolas' adjacent tribunal day of the month is today. His sister's adjacent tribunal day of the month is April 3. Further inside information on the 3rd suspect were not available.

Agnes McFedries Kennedy, 51, Davenport

Details: Ms. Kennedy's organic structure was establish Dec. Twenty-Two in an alleyway along the 1800 block of Occident 7th Street, Davenport.

Status: Open case.

2006

Lemon Horton Jr., 74, Silvis

Details: Mr. Horton was stabbed to decease on Jan. 3. His house also was put on fire.

Status: Joshua Larson, 24, was convicted of first-degree homicide for Mr. Horton's death.

Nicholas Atwater, 34, Rock Island

Details: Mr. Atwater was establish shot to decease between two autos on Jan. Eight at 280 W. 20th Ave., Milan.

Status: Open case.

Kevin L. Mosier, 29, Davenport

Details: Mr. Mosier was stabbed to decease Jan. 13. on the porch of a mobile place in the Lake Canyada Mobile River Home Park, Davenport, during a fighting with Mark L. Hatch.

Status: Mr. Hatch was charged in George C. Scott County District Court with first-degree murder, but have been establish unfit to stand up trial. A tribunal hearing on his competence is scheduled for May 21.

Mark S. Brown, 30, Rock Island

Details: Mr. Brown was establish dead in a parking batch March 26 after an statement with respective people outside Jimmy's Tap in Rock Island.

Status: Open case.

Kevin Horne, 30, Rock Island

Details: Mr. Horne was killed April 2 in a drive-by shot at the Century Forest flat complex, Rock Island.

Status: Napoleon I Jackson, 20 , stood trial in Rock Island County Circuit Court for first-degree homicide in Mr. Horne's death, and was establish innocent.

Andrell Hearn, 20, Rock Island

Details: Mr. Hearn was shot on April 19 in an alleyway in the 1200-1400 blocks of 15th Avenue in Rock Island.

Status: Jermil E. Miller, 27, was establish guilty of second-degree homicide in connexion with his death.

Brian Sinnott, 39, Davenport

Details: Mr. Sinnott was killed May 6. Police believe he was shot to decease by his ex-wife, Mollie J. Lincoln, 35, at his 1310 W. 51st St., Davenport, home. Ms. Abraham Lincoln then shot herself, police force believe.

Charlene Cook, 68, Rock Island

Details: Mrs. Cook was killed June 15. Government believe that her husband, Donald Cook, 73, shot his wife, then himself in their flat in the 1200 block of 51st Avenue, Rock Island. The couple's declining wellness appeared to be the motive.

Tristan Jesse James "T.J." Menzl, 24, Davenport

Details: Fatally shot July 5 while trying to interrupt up a fighting at a political party at 3424 Heatherton Drive, Davenport.

Status: Canares D. Ivy, 30, was accused of shot Mr. Menzl during a fighting with Delbert A. Blake, 20. Both work force pleaded guilty in George C. Scott County District Court in supplication deals. Mr. Ivy pleaded to attempted homicide and being a criminal in ownership of a firearm, while Mr. William Blake pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and assault causing bodily injury.

Michelle White, 23, Bettendorf

Details: Ms. White Person Person was shot to decease July 22 in the parking batch of the former Eagle's grocery shop store at 2850 18th St., Bettendorf. Investigators believe her former boyfriend, Jason Crowe, 25, shot her, then himself.

Michael M. Jones, 25, East Moline

Details: Mr. Mother Mother Jones was shot July 26 in the 400 block of Rock Island's 15th Avenue, in the Century Forest flat complex.

Status: Jason J. Thompson, 24, of Rock Island, was establish guilty of first-degree homicide in connexion with his death.

Sean Michael McGrath, 28, Moline

Details: Bludgeoned to decease Aug. Eight in his flat at 3135-1/2 Avenue of the Cities, Moline. Police believe his roommate, 36-year-old Timothy Andre Hunt, killed him then started a fire in the apartment. Mr. Holman Hunt died of evident fume inhalation.

Vincelina Howard, 19, Davenport

Details: Ms. Leslie Leslie Howard was fatally shot Aug. Nineteen in the pace of 130 E. 12th St., Davenport, while attending a party. Ms. Leslie Howard was shot by person in a vehicle drive past times the house. She later died at Genesis Checkup Center's East Campus in Davenport.

Status: Don White Person Jr., 22, Bokkos Millbrook, 22, and Rasheem Bogan, 16, were establish guilty of first-degree homicide in connexion with the drive-by shooting. Terrill Lobley, 20, was establish guilty of second-degree murder.

Paul Miller, 22, Rock Island

Details: Mr. Glenn Glenn Miller was fatally shot Sept. Seven at his flat at 506 14th St., Rock Island.

Status: Open case.

Kaydon Carlson, 2 calendar months old, Milano

Details: Kaydon was a victim of shaken babe syndrome and died of his hurts Sept. 11.

Status: His father, Seth Thomas E. Jones, 22, Milan, was establish guilty of aggravated battery to a kid and is scheduled to be sentenced April 2.

Miriam Salazar Carmona, 21, Muscatine

Details: Ms. Carmona's organic structure was discovered Oct. Twenty-Two in rural Rock Island County, but government believe she was killed in the Muscatine area. At the clip of her death, she was five calendar months pregnant. She had been strangled and beaten.

Status: Victor Serrato, 20, and Edgardo Serrato, 18, both of Muscatine, have got been charged in relation to her slaying. Victor Serrato is facing respective charges, including first-degree murder, first-degree kidnapping, and non-consensual termination of a human pregnancy, according to Muscatine County District Court records. His adjacent tribunal day of the month was unavailable.

His blood brother is charged with being an adjunct after the fact to first-degree murder, first-degree kidnapping, obstructor of prosecution and non-consensual termination of a human pregnancy, according to tribunal records. His adjacent tribunal day of the month is today.

Can you help?

Anyone who have information that could assist government work out unfastened murders in the Quad-Cities area, or other unfastened cases, is asked to reach his or her local law enforcement federal agency or Crime Stoppers of the Quadruplet Cities at (309) 762-9500.

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