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Friday, February 12, 2010

UPDATE: Delmer Smith Murders Kathleen Briles On Terra Ceia Island Then Drives to 15th Street in Oneco And Appears To Go Drinking For Two Hours.


Delmer Smith has been served with a warrant charging him with murder in the Aug. 3 death of Kathleen Briles. Detectives said Smith, 38, bludgeoned Kathleen Briles to death with an iron antique sewing machine during the burglary.

We believe Delmer Smith was in the area of 15th Street East and 53rd Avenue East after the homicide on August 3rd, 2009, (this would have been around 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm), in the Oneco area,” said Dave Bristow, a spokesman for the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office. “We believe he was there approximately two hours.” “We want to know what he was doing, who he was with, anything informational.

There’s still a reward of $50,000 on the table,” Bristow said

So Delmer Smith beats to death Katleen Briles on Terra Ceia Island at about 4:00 PM on August 3rd, 2009 then drives to Oneco Fl, about 10 miles south of the attack, and hangs out near the corner of 15th Street East and 53rd Avenue East (State Road 70) for two hours where you have a Walgreen's, a Burger King, a Family Dollar and a Cemetary on each corner and an assortment of used car lots and fruit stands and a couple of rough and rowdy "working man's drinking bars on E. 15th Street Oneco" within walking distance to State road 70. At night, xxxxxxx Bar is home to a variety of locals who like to drink and get rowdy.

Just 11 days later on August 14th, 2009 Delmer Smith III was the aggressor in a violent bar fight in Venice Fl.   Law enforcement touted the arrest of Smith in the violent bar fight — during which police say he broke several bones in the victim’s face, setting off the investigation that eventually led to the DNA match.  For 37-year-old Michele Quinones, Smith’s girlfriend at the time, the bar fight presented a violent side of her boyfriend she had never seen. The brawl also led her to realize her boyfriend was a federal ex-convict.

According to the Criminal Complaint 2010 CF 000479 - COMPLAINT FILED in Manatee County Circuit Court on Feb. 8th, 2010, the initiation of the investigation disclosed that Kathleen Briles was last seen alive at the Publix Store in Palmetto Florida where she checked out her grocery purchases at 3:36 PM on August 3rd 2009. On test drives, the Manatee County investigation revealed that it should have taken her approximately 6.5 minutes to drive home.

Delmer Smith was developed as a person of interest and that he had a cellular phone, which the number was obrained and a search initiated to find his whereabouts during the time frame of the incident. It was discovered that Delmer Smith used his cell phone at 3:44 PM on August 3rd, 2009, for 8 seconds and his signal was recorded off of tower number 304 located at 910 77th St. Rubonia Florida, which is 1.2 miles from Kathleen Briles home.

Further investigation disclosed that the phone owned by Delmer Smith activated the southwest receiver of this cell phone tower in a direct line with the crime scene, who was Delmer Smith talking to, who tipped him off on Kathleen Briles, Delmer Smith was living in North Port Fl on August 3rd 2009,…..55 miles away ?

The attacks in the Sarasota-Bradenton area appear to have lasted from Feb. 22nd to August 3rd, 2009, these attacks take place in the same time frame as when US census takers were canvassing the Sarasota-Manatee County area using hand held computers and GPS locaters linked to the US government database with very specific information on who was living in households in the Sarasota-Bradenton area.

These US census workers supposedly had been screened and criminal background checks were done on everyone of them, but this is not the case.

Census May Have Hired Violent Criminals to Canvass Your Home in the Sarasota-Bradenton area from February/09 to July/09 Same Time Frame as Sarasota Home Invasions (Katleen Briles was murdered on Aug. 3rd 2009 in Manatee County).
 
Bill Warner Director of CSPI..Covert Surveillance by Private Investigators at WBI Inc.