Wednesday, August 01, 2018

Unsolved Serial Killings along I-65, I-70, I-4, I-10, I-40, I-35 and I-45 FBI Documented and Indicated that Rogue Long Haul Truckers Responsible, Mollie Tibbetts spotted with Trucker near I-35

Mollie Tibbetts put on shorts and a black sports bra, laced up her running shoes and headed out for a jog Wednesday July 18, just as she did almost every evening, a neighbor told authorities. Then she disappeared. Mollie Tibbetts possibly spotted at Kansas City-area truck stop last week on I-35 with a trucker police say. A missing Iowa college student who vanished two weeks ago may have been seen last week in the Kansas City area, police said Wednesday. Kearney, Mo., police said 20-year-old Mollie Tibbetts, who’s been missing since July 18, was possibly spotted eight days later, July 26, at a local truck stop, the Pilot Travel Center Kearney MO, near the intersection of Interstate 35 and Highway 92, FOX4 Kansas City reported. KCCI-TV in Des Moines, Iowa, reported that several of its viewers sent in screenshots of a Facebook post of a possible sighting that said Tibbetts “might have been drugged, looked disoriented and was with a truck driver.” 
Family members hoping missing Iowa college student Mollie Tibbetts returns home announced Thursday that the reward for information leading to her whereabouts has risen to $172,000. Mollie's mother, Laura Calderwood, said "as of 10 this morning we have raised $172,000 that would be paid to you as soon as Mollie is safely home. “We believe Mollie is still alive and if someone has abducted her we are pleading with you to please release her," she added, echoing past calls from family members for the public to come forward with any information.
KEARNEY, Mo. —Days after the disappearance of an Iowa college student, police in Kearney, Missouri say they're following up on reports of a local sighting of Mollie Tibbetts. Tibbetts was last seen on Wednesday, July 18 taking a run around the small town of Brooklyn, Iowa. The next day, Mollie didn't show up for work. She vanished with little trace. The Kearney, Missouri Police Department says it has passed information on to the Iowa task force regarding her disappearance after someone spotted a woman resembling Mollie at the Pilot Travel Center truck stop. That reported sighting happened on Thursday, July 26 at the truck stop near I-35 and Missouri 92 Highway. Mollie Tibbets is 20 years old, a petite sized female with long brown hair at 5' 2" tall and 118 lbs, she fits a profile I formulated of missing young girls in the USA kidnapped by rouge long haul truckers.
Kearney, Mo., police said 20-year-old Mollie Tibbetts, who’s been missing since July 18, was possibly spotted eight days later, July 26, at a local truck stop, the Pilot Travel Center Kearney MO, near the intersection of I-35 and Highway 92. Molly Tibbetts lives in Brooklyn Iowa near I-80 and there is a Pilot Travel Center truck stop near the intersection of I-80 and Highway 21 in Brooklyn Iowa, just another coincidence, maybe?

POWESHIEK COUNTY, Iowa — WQAD’s fellow ABC affiliate KCRG in Cedar Rapids is reporting a heavy law-enforcement presence on a rural stretch of highway in Poweshiek County that could be related to the disappearance of Mollie Tibbetts. A property owner in the area said the multitude of police cruisers and emergency vehicles along Highway 21 between the towns of Guernsey and Deep River Iowa are connected to the search for Mollie Tibbetts. The location
along Highway 21 between the towns of Guernsey and Deep River Iowa is 15 miles from Brooklyn Iowa and just south on Highway 21 from the Pilot Travel Center truck stop near the intersection of I-80 and Highway 21 in Brooklyn Iowa.
SEE VIDEO ABOVE- LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – Florida private investigator Bill Warner believes more than a dozen missing persons cases from Kentucky and surrounding states may be connected. The faces of the young women on Bill Warner’s blog are similar but behind each smile is a different family searching for answers. “It just escalated over the last two or three years” Bill Warner said. “It continued, the same profile, young female with long hair, same petite size, it just kept happening over and over and over again.” See WKYT CBS TV News Video at http://www.wkyt.com/home/headlines/Private-investigator-believes-Kentucky-missing-person-cases-may-be-related-239509891.html?ref=891
Unsolved Serial Killings along I-65, I-70, I-4, I-10, I-40, I-35 and I-45 FBI Documented and Indicated that Rogue Long Haul Truckers Responsible. If there is such a thing as an ideal profession for a serial killer, it may well be as a long-haul truck driver. FBI Crime Analyst Christie Palazzolo is quick to point out that long-haul trucking is an honorable profession and that the overwhelming majority of drivers are not murderers—but it does happen, and the pattern is unmistakable. More than a decade ago, analysts for the FBI’s Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP)—the only national database of serial crimes—began to see a marked increase in the number of bodies recovered along the side of the road. A majority of the victims were truck-stop prostitutes, and it turned out that many of the suspects were long-haul truckers. 
Along Interstate Highways Signs Of Serial Killings By Long Haul Truckers in Quad State Area of TN, IND, OH and KY Where 68 Bodies Have Been Found. At least 25 long-haul truckers are currently imprisoned for serial murders. In 2009, the FBI revealed their database, the Highway Serial Killings Initiative, which tracks information about hundreds of murders that have taken place along US highways and tries to link some together by details. In the first four years of its existence, the program helped authorities to identify and arrest 10 men, believed to be responsible for over 30 deaths. The FBI’s breakdown by state, click link to see interactive FBI http://i.usatoday.net/_common/_flas...leurl=20101004-highway-killers/&preview=false.
I-65 Serial Killer: An Indiana / Kentucky serial killer still runs loose. Elizabethtown (Kentucky) Police were called to the Super 8 Motel along I-65 on Feb. 21. The night clerk had been reported missing. It didn’t take long for police to locate Vicki Heath. Her body was tucked behind a trash bin. She had been sexually assaulted and shot twice in the head, killed in a manner that would become horrifically familiar two years later. The Days Inn in Columbus, Indiana, stands only a few feet from I-65. A clerk there was working the night shift when a man attacked her. Like prior murder victims Heath, Gill and Gilbert, she was sexually assaulted. But unlike the others, she was stabbed instead of shot. Her case differed in another, more important way as well: she got away. She described her attacker as about 6-feet tall. His greasy hair and beard were spotted with flurries of gray. He wore a sock hat, flannel shirt and jeans. His most striking feature, though, were his lime-green eyes. “Detectives are exploring the possibility that they are looking for a truck driver or traveling salesman who would have been traveling the I-65 corridor.
I-70 Serial Killer......Interstate 70 runs from Baltimore, Maryland to Cove Fort, Utah. Beginning in April 1992, the highway has lent its name to a serial killer known as the "Interstate 70 Killer," who has committed a string of murders within a few miles of it in several Midwestern states. June 23, 2009 Five years ago this week, a woman's torso was found at a Wright City rest stop. Her identity is still a mystery and there are no suspects. A headless female torso was discovered at a rest stop on I-70 near Wright City, MO on June 28, 2004, about 45-50 miles west of St. Louis. The serial killer is a white male between 5'8" and 6'0"; he weighs 170 pounds and was thought to be between thirty-five and forty-years-old (in 1994). He has reddish hair, thin lips, a high forehead, and "lazy" eyelids. He was neatly dressed and clean-cut. He is described as walking around as if in a "trance", like he was "thinking about something else." The total number of murders he is believed to have committed is nine.

I-4 Serial Killer.....Killer Truckers On The Road: Unsolved Serial Killings Along I-4 Corridor and Daytona Beach FL. "A Killer On the Road: After private investigator Bill Warner's alarming revelation that there exists long haul truckers moonlighting as serial killers terrorizing America’s interstate system, A&E filmmakers Josh and Rachel begin a cross-country journey to research these killers on wheels. While hitchhiking, the A&E filmmakers encounter women who work truck stops, despairingly referred to as “lot lizards,” and hear first hand accounts of the dangers they experience everyday. WAKE UP AMERICA: Serial killer and long haul truck driver Oscar Ray Bolin was executed January 7th 2016 for 3 known murders of young women in Tampa Fl. Oscar Ray Bolin was "A Killer on the Road", he traveled the I-4 Corridor, I-75 and I-95 in Florida and multiple interstates across the USA, how many more on Oscar Ray Bolin? Slayings of 19 prostitutes and drug users near I-4 in Central Fla is a serial killer. The first body was found the night after Christmas in 2005. LaQuetta Mae Gunther lay in a fetal position, partially naked, on the floor of a dark Daytona Beach alley — a bullet hole in the back of her head. Since then, three more women with known criminal histories have been found slain execution-style in this Central Florida beachside city best known for its love of motorcycles, auto racing and sunbathing. When the fourth victim was discovered, Daytona Beach police knew they were looking for a serial killer. According to the FBI, the four killings are among 28 in Florida that are unsolved and connected to serial killings that the bureau suspects were committed by long-haul truckers. Those include 19 deaths along the Interstate 4 corridor between Tampa and Daytona Beach.
I-10 Serial Killer......A state trooper near Casa Grande, Ariz., stopped on I-10 to check on a tractor-trailer with blinking lights in April 1990. He discovered Robert Rhoades inside the cab with a hysterical naked woman who had been chained and shackled to a wall. She later told investigators that she’d been tortured and whipped, that Rhoades told her he was known as “Whips and Chains” and had been involved in such activity for years”. The cab of long haul truck driver Bruce Mendenhall and suspected serial killer was “awash with blood” belonging to 10 different people, said a prosecutor who charged him with murdering a missing woman. Carmen Purpura’s body has not been found, but the prosecutor said her blood soaked the seats in Bruce Mendenhall’s cab, and that so much of her blood was there she could not possibly be alive. Notorious serial killer Ted Bundy once said: We serial killers are your sons, we are your husbands, we are everywhere.
I-40 Serial Killer...A salesman, whose story was confirmed by law enforcement and who asked that his name not be published, had found the body of 43-year-old Sandra Beard, a truck stop prostitute with ties to Oklahoma City. Terri Turner, a crime analyst, sent out a Teletype to other agencies. Within three days, she learned of two women who'd died similar deaths. Beard was the third prostitute to die in the space of three months. By Jan. 31, 2004, four more women had died. A task force was formed to investigate the deaths, and information about each case was sent to the FBI's Violent Criminal Apprehension Program, or VICAP. seven victims with some connection to Oklahoma are known. They are:
• Margaret Gardner, 47, of Memphis, Tenn., found in Arkansas on July 11, 2003.
• Jennifer Hyman, 24, of Oklahoma City, found in Mississippi on Aug. 20, 2003.
• Sandra Beard, 43, last seen alive near Interstate 40 and Morgan Road, found in McIntosh County on Sept. 18, 2003.
• Vickie Anderson, 44, last seen alive near Sayre, found in Texas on Oct. 16, 2003.
• Sandra Richardson, 39, of Oklahoma City, found in Okfuskee County on Nov. 22, 2003.
• Patsy Leonard, 23, found in Pottawatomie County on Jan. 1, 2004.
• Casey Jo Pipestem, 19, of Oklahoma City, found in Texas on Jan. 31, 2004. 

In all, the FBI has identified 20 Oklahoma highway deaths. The only states with higher totals are Texas (38), California (37), Florida (33), Michigan (24), Pennsylvania (22) and Tennessee (22).

I-45 I-35 Serial Killer....A little boy and his dog discovered victim No. 32 when they were out for a walk in some marshy woods several weeks ago. The dog came up with a bone, and then the boy saw a skull. Nearby, the police later would find earrings, shreds of clothing and a belt tied around a tree. Investigators believe the killer used it to bind the young woman while she was sexually assaulted. Still unidentified, the 32nd victim was added to a grisly FBI database that chronicles nearly three decades of unsolved abductions, disappearances and murders. The crimes have two factors in common: gender and geography. All the victims were female, and almost all the crimes occurred a few miles on either side of Interstate 45 along the 50-mile stretch between Houston and Galveston, an area of refinery towns and suburban developments interspersed with bayous, forests and cattle ranches. Breaking nearly two decades of silence, William Lewis Reece had just claimed responsibility for young women missing since 1997 along I-45 and I-35. Earlier this year, he agreed to lead authorities to their bodies, buried in fields outside Houston.On a stormy spring day in 1986, the daughter of a deputy sheriff had just finished classes at the University of Oklahoma and was driving to her job as an aerobics instructor when her Mustang stalled on Interstate 35. The 19-year-old panicked. Rain pounded the highway. A tall fence separated her from a mall and a hotel, where she could call for help. Just as she considered climbing the fence, she would later tell a jury, a semi pulled up next to her. At the wheel was a young Reece, offering to help. Relieved, she got into his truck.Instead of taking her to a phone, however, Reece parked outside an Albertsons, grabbed the 115-pound college freshman and pinned her onto a mattress in the truck’s sleeper cab.
At least 25 long-haul truckers are currently imprisoned for serial murders. In 2009, the FBI revealed their database, the Highway Serial Killings Initiative, which tracks information about hundreds of murders that have taken place along US highways and tries to link some together by details. In the first four years of its existence, the program helped authorities to identify and arrest 10 men, believed to be responsible for over 30 deaths. Here are 10 known killers who made the open roads of America their grisly hunting grounds:
1). Keith Hunter Jesperson
2). John Wayne Boyer
3). Scott William Cox
4). Sean Patrick Goble
5). Wayne Adam Ford
6). John Robert Williams..Featured in ‘The Killing Season’ episode 6.
7). Dellmus Colvin
8). Bruce Mendenhall..Featured in ‘The Killing Season’ episode 6. 
 
9). Adam Leroy Lane  
10). Robert Rembert Jr.

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