This Thanksgiving marks the 10th anniversary of the Skelton brothers’ disappearance that occurred on November 26, 2010. Andrew, Alexander, and Tanner Skelton, aged 9, 7, and 5 years old, went missing after their father, John Skelton, took them away from their mother, Tanya Zuvers, in the middle of a divorce and custody battle.
Two people were killed, and multiple people were injured after a fatal stabbing took place in San Jose, California. Police arrived at the Grace Baptist Church around 8:45 p.m. on Sunday to discover numerous people suffering from stab wounds. According to CBS San Francisco, two victims died after succumbing to their injuries. Investigators believe that the suspect might have been a homeless person being sheltered in Grace Baptist Church.
Sunday marks the sixth anniversary of Tamir Rice’s death after he was fatally shot by a policeman outside of a recreation center in Cleveland, Ohio. Tamir, 12, was carrying a replica pellet gun when he was shot by a white officer in 2014.
A missing 21-year-old man who disappeared on September 22 is found dead on Thursday. Juan Hernandez was working at the “VIP Collective LA” in the 8100 block of Western Avenue in South Los Angeles when he mysteriously vanished. According to ABC 7, his car had been found two days later with the engine left running not far away from his job. Sadly, the investigation into the disappearance of Juan Hernandez came to an end when officials found his remains in a shallow grave in an area North of Barstow near Interstate 15.
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.
A New Jersey Deacon is arrested and charged with possessing child pornography on Thursday. Anthony Laterza, 70, had served as deacon of St. John’s in November and December of 2019 before he was arrested and charged with three counts of possession of child pornography.
Police have arrested another suspect for the murder of a Mormon family in Mexico. As of today, investigators have arrested 12 Mexican fugitives connected with the slaying of nine American women and children in Sonora, Mexico, on November 4, 2019. According to ABC7, the suspect arrested was responsible for ambushing the family last November. However, only two of the suspects arrested for the killings have been accused of murder.
The boyfriend of 21-year-old Bethany Anne Decker is charged with her 2011 disappearance on Monday. Bethany, a student of George Mason University, had been pregnant five months before she suddenly went missing on January 29, 2011, in Loudon County, Virginia. According to WUSA9, Bethany lived with her boyfriend, 40-year-old Ronald Roldan, in her Ashburn apartment; at the same time, her husband, Emile Decker, was deployed in Afghanistan. After her disappearance, investigators learned that Bethany had been in an abusive relationship with her boyfriend. Consequently, Ronald, the father of Bethany’s unborn child, would be the last person to see her alive.