SARASOTA PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR BILL WARNER 2875 Ashton Rd unit 17552 SARASOTA, FL.

SARASOTA PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR BILL WARNER 2875 Ashton Rd unit 17552 SARASOTA, FL.
BILL WARNER PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR SARASOTA FL

Monday, November 23, 2020

Long Island Serial Killer Back in the News at Gilgo Beach Where Petite Female Victims in Their 20s Who Worked as Escorts Ended up Dead.

Long Island Serial Killer Back in the News at Gilgo Beach Where Petite Female Victims in Their 20s Who Worked as Escorts Ended up Dead. Cops just recently identified the remains of Valerie Mack, a 24-year-old mother from southern New Jersey who had paid the bills as an escort and had been missing for 20 years. Ms. Mack’s arrest record placed her in Philadelphia in the months before she vanished. There was nothing to connect her to Long Island. For a decade, there has been no telling how these women died — or who took their bodies to the woods, beaches and roadside brambles of Long Island. Jane Doe No. 6’s identity was a revelation to Ms. Mack’s family. “While this is not the outcome they wanted,” Commissioner Geraldine Hart of the Suffolk County Police Department said with an air of formality, “we hope this brings some sense of peace and closure.” More than an unsolved mystery, the case of the Long Island serial killer has been an investigation with next to no visible movement — a procedural that even the police, at times, seemed to want no part of. It began with the discovery, 10 years ago, of four bodies wrapped in burlap and discarded on a desolate stretch of Ocean Parkway near Gilgo Beach. All the victims were women, and all had been escorts on Craigslist. This was only the first of several grisly discoveries. Within months, the remains of as many as 16 victims had been found, from Gilgo Beach stretching out east to the pine barrens of Manorville. And yet for a decade, the police have announced not a single suspect or person of interest. Months passed, then years, with no comment from the department about the case. But the most stunning takeaway from this case was how unwilling or uninterested the police seemed in bringing justice for these women. One senior detective in 2011 even said it was a “consolation” to the general public that the victims were only prostitutes. On Jan. 16, Ms. Hart held a news conference, her first for this case, and she disclosed a piece of evidence: a leather belt with the hand-engraved initials “HM,” or if you looked at it upside-down, “WH.” Ms. Hart said the police believed the belt had been handled by the killer. The identification of Valerie Mack this May came as a complete surprise to her family, which had been in the dark about what happened for 20 years. “They had attempted to report her missing, but they weren’t able to,” Ms. Hart said. It was an aunt’s DNA, found on a commercial genealogy website, that helped the F.B.I. and the police identify her at last — making hers the first successful genetic genealogy investigation in New York. The discovery has already bolstered various theories about the case. “It helps show the geographical footprint of this killer or killers is bigger than we think,” suggested Josh Zeman, a documentarian whose series, “Killing Season,” pushed the idea that the murderer traveled far and wide to find victims. Some have tried to connect the Long Island serial killer case to a string of unsolved escort killings in Atlantic City. While Ms. Hart said there was no connection yet, “We are absolutely in touch with Atlantic City.”

CHOP SHOP STUFF: It is clear that the area in and around Gilgo Beach has been used to discard human remains for some period of time," said Suffolk County District Attorney Thomas Spota. In December 2010, a police officer and his dog on a routine training exercise discovered the first body – "the skeletal remains of a woman in a nearly disintegrated burlap sack" Five days later, the search for more bodies began in Nassau County. Local media reported that an additional set of partial human remains was found, as well as a separate skull, bringing the potential total number of victims found since December to ten. Also on September 20, police revealed that the second set of remains found in Nassau County on April 11, 2011, matched two legs that were found in a garbage bag that had washed up on Fire Island in 1996. On May 9, 2011, it was reported that the remains of a skull, a pair of hands, and a forearm found on March 29 at Gilgo belonged to Taylor. "Jane Doe No. 6": A human head, right foot, and hands, found on April 4, were determined to have belonged to an unidentified victim, the rest of whose body was found on November 19, 2000.

FBI profilers have put together a profile of the Long Island Serial Killer, they claim he is an educated white male in his 30’s or 40’s, socially adept, married and or has a girl friend but down deep hates women. As part of his job or interests, he has access to, or a stockpile of burlap sacks, truckers have access to burlap bags from hauling agricultural products. The Long Island Serial Killer lives or used to live on or near Ocean Parkway on the South Shore of Long Island, where the police have found as many as 10 sets of human remains. Private Investigator Bill Warner Who Was featured in A&E's 'The Killing Season' Profiles 'LISK' The Long Island Serial Killer and Gilgo Beach Murders. Long Island Serial Killer has ‘Chop Shop’ somewhere in Queens or west Long Island and dumped his dismembered victims bodies on Gilgo Beach. Does this unsub serial killer live and have his base of operations in Queens or west Long Island NY as seen inside the white circle on the map above? The unsub serial killer is profiled to be in his 30’s or early 40′, is thought to live in Queens or west Long Island NY by FBI profilers. All of the female victims of the Long Island Serial Killer died by strangulation, all of the female victims had long hair mostly parted in the middle or on the left, all of the female victims were young, 20 to 27 years old, sex with the victims was a determining factor in the Long island Serial killer choosing each victim from photos on Craigslist. The one Asian male killed by the Long Island Serial Killer was wearing women’s clothing and a wig. Two of the female victims came from the Bronx and Manhattan to meet the unsub serial killer in Queens or west Long Island. One female victim came from Norwich, Connecticut to meet the serial killer in Queens or west Long Island. The killer himself traveled to meet two female victims in North Babylon and Oak Beach which is the east end of Long Island. Serial killers always keep trophies, whether it is a lock of hair or a drivers license or photographs, they always keep trophies. The Long Island serial killer spent time with his victims, he cut them up and stuffed them in burlap bags for disposal at his ‘chop shop’ somewhere in Queens or west Long Island NY which is central to all the last known address’s for the victims and where the bodies where found.



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Breaking Bad in Dyersburg TN: Meth and Missing and Murdered People is There a Link to a 'Gus' Like Boss?

Breaking Bad in Dyersburg TN: Meth and Missing and Murdered People is There a Link to a 'Gus' Like Boss? DEA is on to you scumbags. Pure uncut meth sales escalate. So many Unsolved Murders and Missing Persons in one community makes no sense to me. Karen Swift (murdered), Robert Roberson (disappeared without a trace), Curtis Tyler (covered up murder), Jonathon Trumble (murdered), DaRonte Herbert (muredered), Jimmy Bingham (disappeared without a trace) and Unidentified Body (found under the bridge on Bean Mill Road) these are the top cases. I am aware of a network of degenerate drug dealers and a couple of violent sex offenders whose territories are in Centerville TN, Jackson TN, Lexington TN, Trenton TN, Greenfield TN, Martin TN, and Dyersburg TN that deal high grade meth. Following are just the tip of the 'ice'berg in arrests. 

I don't believe for a second that a guy like Terry Smith a/k/a "Cockeye" Chief of Security for the Vice Lords street gang, arranged large quantities of meth, marijuana, cocaine, heroin and fentanyl to be shipped (trucked) into the Western District of Tennessee from Texas and Arizona that originated in Mexico just like in 'Breaking Bad'. This mook "Cockeye" would not have had the sophistication to arrange interstate trucking shipments of meth delivered from Mexico via Texas, no way. Where was his warehouse for unloading a semi, where was his forklift, etc etc. Who is the "Gus" the "Boss" running the Breaking Bad operation in Dyer County TN out of his chain of fast food restaurants with a central warehouse. Real life in Dyer County imitates A&E's Breaking Bad TV including a bunch of missing persons and a couple of unsolved murders. Who is the 'Gustavo "Gus" Fring' a respected business owner whose legitimate operations include the fast food chicken restaurants Los Pollos Hermanos as a cover. Who is the 'Gus' drug kingpin in Dyer County distributing 'pure blue meth' throughout the Southeast, "would you like meth with your fries and chicken nuggets?"
Meth Labs disappearing in Western TN, said Andrew Dimond, Drug Enforcement Administration Agent in Charge for the Western Tennessee District. But Dimond says the drop in meth labs brings drug traffickers across our borders with a more pure form of crystal meth called ICE. "The methamphetamine that we're seeing coming in now that's originating in Mexico is so much more potent, it's so much more addictive and really it's so much more dangerous," said Dimond. With the evolution of the meth problem, the West Tennessee Meth Task Force is coming together to stay ahead of the curve. "The law enforcement from these counties learn from each other," said Western Tennessee District U.S. Attorney David Kustoff. Law enforcement officials say ICE brings more organized crime to the area. It's made in Mexican super labs, (just like in Breaking Bad) it involves shipping and manufacturers target locations with weaker meth laws. The task force recently secured a million dollar congressional grant to fight meth.
U.S. Attorney D. Michael Dunavant said, "Criminal enterprises that distribute harmful drugs into West Tennessee can no longer hide from the DEA". We are taking the fight to the gangs in order to dismantle their drug trafficking organizations and remove them from our streets. I commend the outstanding investigative efforts by DEA and our state and local law enforcement partners in this important and impactful case. In March 2019, a DEA investigation was initiated in the Jackson, Tennessee area. Investigators used wiretaps along with other surveillance, confidential sources, traffic stops, search warrants, and gang intelligence to investigate this drug trafficking organization. Agents seized 106.5 lbs. of meth (ice), 500 fentanyl pills, and an additional 1.25 lbs. of fentanyl, and 3.5 grams of heroin. Seventeen individuals have been charged in federal court with operating a multi-state drug trafficking organization in West Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi. Further investigation revealed that Terry Smith a/k/a "Ali," a/k/a "Cockeye", Chief of Security for the Vice Lords street gang, arranged large quantities of meth, marijuana, cocaine, heroin and fentanyl to be shipped (trucked) into the Western District of Tennessee from Texas and Arizona (originate in Mexico just like in 'Breaking Bad'). "Cockeye" utilized a large distribution network that ranged from Western Kentucky to Northwest Mississippi. The following individuals were charged with one count of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and were arrested during a DEA and local law enforcement takedown operation:
• Terry Smith a/k/a "Cockeye", 33 of Lauderdale County (TDOC Custody)
• Rodney Ayers, a/k/a "P-Rod," 47 of Shelby County
• Horace McNeary, a/k/a "HB," 35 of Henry County
• Brianna Norsworthy, 23 of Calloway County, Kentucky
• Dustin Chambers, a/k/a "SNOW," 35 of Madison County
• Anthony Hines, a/k/a "BYRD," 41 of Shelby County
• Kayla Henderson, 28 of Shelby County
• Teddy Reed, a/k/a "PT," 40 of Shelby County
• Jermichael Buggs, 33 of Shelby County
• Danielle Cunningham, 35 of Shelby County
• Aerielle Coleman, 31 of Shelby County, 
• James Dumas, a/k/a "DOO DOO," 45 of Shelby County
• Rodney Ayers, a/k/a "P-ROD,"
• Teddy Reed, a/k/a "PT,"
• Jermichael Buggs
• Michael Broady, 49 of Shelby County
• Tracy Coleman, 49 of Shelby County, and
• Horace McNeary, a/k/a "HB,"

DEA is onto you dirtballs in Dyer County.
U.S. Attorney D. Michael Dunavant said, "West Tennessee is a major logistics hub for the country, and drug trafficking organizations transport and distribute large quantities of drugs into and throughout our communities. Seventeen individuals have been charged in federal court with operating a multi-state drug trafficking organization in West Tennessee, Arkansas, and Mississippi. Additionally, Draper Lee, Middlebrook, and Solomon were charged with being felons in possession of a firearm. The takedown was part of “Operation Clear Cut,” a multi-agency federal task force responsible for curtailing organized crime and narcotics in West Tennessee. According to information from the criminal complaint, the organization was responsible for distributing more than 70 pounds of meth in West Tennessee and elsewhere. In addition to the seizure of narcotics, law enforcement seized more than $31,000 in U.S. currency and 8 firearms during the course of the investigation. The following individuals were charged with one count of conspiracy to distribute meth and were arrested during a law enforcement takedown operation this week:
David Bone, 54, of Dyer County
Stacey Caksackkar, 52, of Crockett County
Troy Chew, 45, of Blytheville, Arkansas
Colby Criswell, 28, of Gibson County
Thomas Dacus, 43, of Crockett County
Stacy Edwards, 31, of Dyer County
Jason Glisson, 42, of Dyer County
Frederick Johnson, 36, of Meridian, Mississippi
Crystal Lee, 37, of Crockett County
Draper Lee, 39, of Crockett County
Nicholas Grant Mealer, 21, of Crockett County
Tammy Mealer, 50, of Crockett County
Madison Middlebrook, 21, of Blytheville, Ark.
Michael Newson, 35, of Senatobia, Miss.
Shawn Sherry Overton, 45, of Dyer County
Shawn Riley, 41, of Dyer County
Ronald Solomon, 40, of Dyer County

DYERSBURG, Tenn. — A multi-agency drug investigation this week has led to four arrests. The joint two-day investigation led to meth charges against two Union City men and two Missouri men, according to a release from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. Information from prior drug investigations led agents to several people suspected of selling drugs in the Dyersburg area, according to the release. Four of those suspects were arrested Wednesday and Thursday and booked into the Dyer County Jail. Those arrested were: – Daniel Corona, 29, of Union City, one count possession with intent schedule 2 (ice methamphetamine), one count possession of a weapon during commission of a dangerous felony. – Nelson Urias, 27, of Union City, one count possession with intent schedule 2 (ice methamphetamine). – DeAndrea Perry, 24, of Missouri: one count possession with intent schedule 2 (ice methamphetamine). – Quantrez Pitts, 23, of Missouri: one count possession with intent schedule 2 (ice methamphetamine). Agents seized various amounts of drugs, including methamphetamine, heroin and suboxone, along with three firearms and three vehicles, according to the release. Special Agents with the Drug Investigation Division of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, the Weakley County Sheriff’s Department, the Dyer County Sheriff’s Department and the 27th Judicial Drug Task Force were all involved in the investigation.
GREENFIELD, Tenn. — Four people have been arrested on charges related to methamphetamine after investigators with the Weakley County Sheriff’s Department searched a Greenfield home, according to a news release. imothy Lee Miller, 56, of Greenfield, Tiffany Rene Pritchard, 37, of Greenfield, Cyra Samara Napier, 19, of Dresden, and Cynthia Mary Benson, 55, of Greenfield, are now facing charges after deputies searched a home in the 200 block of College Heights in Greenfield on Friday, the release says. Investigators say they found two ounces of meth, a.380-caliber pistol, $391 in cash, a sales ledger, and various pipes used to smoke methamphetamine. Miller, Pritchard and Napier were all charged with possession of the methamphetamine with intent to resale, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, the release says. Benson was charged with simple possession of methamphetamine, according to the release.

MARTIN, TN — Four people were arrested after an active meth lab was found in a motel room in Martin, Tennessee. The meth lab was found around 8:00 p.m. Tuesday in a room at the Len Haven Motel on Elm Street. Inside the room they found an active one pot (shake and bake) bottle, camp fuel, lye, sulfuric acid, salt, marbles (used as an agitator), plastic tubing, coffee filters, and a top to a homemade gas generation. Digital scales and several pipes used for meth were also found. A 2000 Jeep Cherokee was also seized by police. The motel room was put in quarantine and a state approved clean up team will clean the room. Arrested were 27-year-old Scott Tubbs of Martin, 21-year-old Emmanuel Manning of Greenfield, 26-year-old Shawn Morgan of Martin, and 18-year-old Dustin Wright of Martin. All four were charged with manufacture of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. Tubbs and Manning were also charged with simple possession of schedule 2 methamphetamine.


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