An Oklahoma pastor’s wife was arrested alongside the couple’s mutual lover and charged with murdering her husband in the first-degree. David Evans, a pastor for Harmony Free Will Baptist church in Ada, Oklahoma, was on a missionary trip to Mexico in the weeks leading up to his death. During this time, the pastor’s wife, Kristie Evans, and their lover, Kahlil Square, planned out his murder.
“The first thing out of his mouth was: ‘I want to confess to a murder I did years ago,’ ” Decatur Police Detective Sean Mukaddam said. “It’s the kind of phone call you don’t get every day.”
A second teen has been arrested and charged with her classmate’s murder on Monday in Newark, Delaware. Annika Stalczynski, 17, was arrested in her home after a New Castle County Grand Jury indicted her with first-degree murder. The horror unfolded after 17-year-old Madison Sparrow, a junior in Newark Charter High School didn’t come home from shopping with a friend on October 2. After her mother reported her missing around 8:30 pm, officials found her body the next day.
Steve Carlson was convicted of killing his 14-year-old Pleasanton classmate in 2014. He just wrote a confession letter to the girl’s family–36 years later, according to Odd Crimes.
Takahiro Shiraishi known as ‘twitter killer’ has pleaded guilty to murder in court Wednesday. Shiraishi, 29, was arrested in 2017 when police found body parts in his apartment. The serial murderer targeted women contemplating suicide on Twitter claiming he could help them die or commit suicide with them.
The question was never if one of the two Rouse brothers had murdered their parents, but rather, which one had carried out the double homicide.
Mearl Mackey told law enforcement various conflicting stories about the whereabouts of his wife, Evelyn “Laverne” Mackey.
On Dec. 17, police in The Colony, a Dallas suburb, issued a missing person’s report for Viridiana Arevalo, a 23-year-old Hispanic female, Her boyfriend had reported her missing.
Authorities say a 30-year-old ex-Marine walked into a Florida police station and confessed to fatally shooting his parents and two dogs.
A judge won’t consider written testimony from a man who claims he was unaware of his rights when he allegedly confessed to killing University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts.
A defense expert testified Thursday that a confession by the suspect is not reliable because he was sleep deprived and susceptible to coercion after hours of questioning.