From one of the several criminal cases filed against Delmer Smith, this one in Manatee County, information had been compiled to create a profile of the dozen or so home invasion attacks that link to Delmer Smith.
On April 20th, 2009, Delmer Smith attacked a 61 year old woman on 32 Street N.W. Bradenton at about noon time, he found the woman outside near her home and Delmer Smith pushed her inside the house with his gun to her head, it appears that her husband was coming home for lunch in a matter of minutes and Delmer Smith found out and decided to wait for the husband and attack him also, (this is the only male victim of Delmer Smith).
Delmer Smith tied up the victims using electical cords with his signature "two half inch knot", once tied up and unable to defend themselves Delemr Smith beat his victims with the butt of his .380 Walther semi-automatic hand gun around the face.
Delmer Smith savagely beat the two 60 year old victims, knocking out teeth down to the roots from the male victim and breaking bones in both of the victims faces.
The police task force of Sarasota, Bradenton, FDLE and FBI agents put together a profile of the attacker at this point (Delmer Smith was unknown on April 20th) and shared the following information;
There is no indications from any police report at any of the dozen or so home invasions by Delmer Smith in the Sarasota-Bradenton area that there had been anyone who had seen a strange vehicle in the neighborhood with a man in the vehicle, before or during any of Delmer Smith's home invasions.
Delmer Smith targeted specific areas of Sarasota and Manatee County while living on Bobko Circle in North Port Fl, the murder Kathleen Briles in her Terra Ceia home was at least a 1 hour drive, one way, for Smith who had never lived in her isolated neighborhood. Neighbors in Terra Ceia, where Kathleen Briles was murdered in her home, say they don’t believe Briles was stalked (surveillance). “If there was a car anywhere parked, anywhere, we would know it,” says neighbor Jim Moden.
Questions still need to be asked and answered of law enforcement as to how Delmer Smith knew that women of a specific age where home alone and if there was a partner of Delmer Smith, as he claims, who is he and where is he.
Delmer Smith III the ex-con dirtbag who has been raping and beating middle aged white women the Sarasota-Bradenton area since Feb. 22nd, somehow Delmer Smith always knew which house contained a middle aged white woman home alone, it is very possible that Delmer Smith was not working alone.
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-Bradenton 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.
It became apparent, after the fact, that the US census had hired violent criminals to canvas homes in Florida and other states during the same time frame, Feb. 22nd to August 3rd, 2009, that mad dog Delmer Smith was robbing, raping and killing women in the Sarasota-Bradenton area, see two news reports below;
Monday, May 24, 2010 Sen. Shelby Slams U.S. Census Bureau for Allowing Sex Offenders and Rapists to Go Door-to-Door, Who Came To Your Door In Sarasota FL ? After two cases of alleged criminals going door-to-door to take surveys, Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby said Monday that the U.S. Census Bureau must do more to prevent hiring census takers with a criminal background. "It is inconceivable that the U.S. Census Bureau could be so poorly managed as to hire a convicted sex offender to go door-to-door to collect personal information," Shelby said.
Monday, October 05, 2009 Census May Have Hired Violent Criminals to Canvass Your Home in Sarasota from February/09 to April/09, Same Time Frame as Sarasota Home Invasions. GAO: Criminals May Have Been Hired to Assist in 2010 Census, In testimony before a Senate subcommittee on Wednesday, GAO Director of Strategic Issues Robert Goldenkoff said tens of thousands of temporary census workers were improperly fingerprinted by bureau employees -- including individuals with extensive criminal records.
Bill Warner Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM