Jabez Spann's skeletal remains were found on Saturday Feb 16th in the 4100 block of Canal Road Palmetto Fl. Police don’t yet know if the teen was killed there or if he was killed elsewhere before his body was dumped. Where Jabez Spann was found is extremely dark at night and the nearest homes to the south are abandoned. Yet Jabez Spann's remains were just a few feet from the pavement of Canal Road, where a countless amount of vehicles travel daily.
It is 15.9 miles and a 30 min drive from the 22nd Street area of the Newtown section of Sarasota where Jabez Spann was known to hang out to the 4100 block of Canal Rd in Palmetto Fl where his skeletal remains were found on Saturday Feb 16th, you would travel directly north on Rte 301, continue on Rte 41 in Bradenton and turn right on 17th Street E (known drug area) and then left on 16th Ave E also known as Canal Rd Palmetto Fl.
"This is a tremendous loss to their family and our community," SPD Deputy Chief Pat Robinson said during a news conference Tuesday night. "We do not believe at this point that he left Sarasota under his own volition and went to Manatee County, where his body was found." "We've always felt that there are individuals in our community that are scared to come forward," SPD Deputy Chief Pat Robinson said.
"The folks that did it, we believe are from our community, (Newtown). We know that people in our community know things that they haven't shared yet." SPD Deputy Chief Pat Robinson said. It is readily apparent to me from information obtained from SPD probable cause affidavits that Sarasota Teen Jabez Spann was kidnapped and murdered for being an eye-ball witness to the murder of Travis Combs by 3 Newtown thugs.
EXPRESS NEWS UK By Adrian Lee PUBLISHED Saturday Apr 23, 2011, EIGHT YEARS AGO...Private investigator Bill Warner says: “In Newtown there is a no snitching rule. You don’t talk to the cops. The police will get little help from the Newtown community.” see UK article HERE. Carlos Munoz Herald-Tribune finally lets it out: Activist Wayne Washington calls for end to ‘no snitchin’ street rules that protect murderers of Jabez Spann in Newtown, bout time! HERALD TRIBUNE By Carlos R. Munoz Staff Writer Posted at 4:40 PM Updated at 6:32 PM Citing the death of Jabez Spann, Wayne Washington says unwritten street justice only protects those who are hurting people.
SARASOTA: ABC7 News at 7 with Alan Cohn has and will continue it's coverage of missing Jabez Spann and the unsolved murder of Travis Combs. Newtown Section of Sarasota Fl No Snitchin: Travis Combs Murdered & Jabez Spann Kidnapped and Murdered 18 Months Ago & No One Knows Nuttin?
If a kid goes missing like Jabez Spann, no fuss, no muss, no struggle just vanishes without a trace who do you look for, SOMEONE HE KNEW. Teresa Richardson is the aunt of 31-year-old Travis Combs who was murdered on August 28th, 2017, shot to death in a vacant lot in the 1600 block of 22nd St, right next to her house, in the Newtown Section of Sarasota Fl. Jabez Spann knew the people who murdered Travis Combs, he was kidnapped and murdered by them to keep Jabez permanently quiet.
Richardson said one of the three people involved in her nephew’s murder took his car after he was shot and left it burned in Manatee County. The perpetrators fired one shot at 31-year-old Combs, whose body was discovered in the grass field on 22nd Street. Combs’ murder has been overshadowed by the case of Jabez Spann, a 14-year-old Sarasota boy who went missing after he reportedly witnessed Combs’ murder and now 18 months later appears to have been kidnapped by Travis Combs killers.
photo credit of Shelli Eddie the Sarasota News Leader.
No Snitchin In Newtown From the Mayor of Sarasota to the Pastor in Newtown to the Sex Offender on Who Murdered Travis Combs. Apparently Reginald Parker, a registered sex offender and ex-con, witnessed the murder of Travis Combs by 3 Newtown thugs. Supposedly someone got with pastor Kelvin Lumpkin in the Newtown section of Sarasota Fl and revealed additional information about the unsolved murder of Travis Combs whose body was found in an empty lot in the 1600 block of 22nd Street in Newtown. Sarasota cops got wind that the pastor may have vital information about 'the 3 thugs' who killed Travis Combs and who may be involved in the kidnapping of Jabez Spann who apparently witnessed the murder of Travis Combs on August 28th, 2017.
photo Bradenton activist Wayne Washington
But in comes the Mayor of Sarasota Shelli Freeland Eddie who just happens to be an attorney with a law office on Dr Martin Luther King Way in the heart of Newtown. Mayor of Sarasota Shelli Freeland Eddie writes a letter to the State Attorney's office and tells them and the Sarasota Cops that she now represents pastor Kelvin Lumpkin and that he will not be talking to the cops or anyone else, Lumpkin will invoke his “pastoral privilege” and refuse to answer any questions about the murder of Travis Combs which could link to the kidnapping of Jabez Spann, what the hell?
Newtown Teen Jabez Spann Kidnapped and Murdered After Witnessing the Murder of Travis Combs on 22nd Street only 453 Feet From His House. It is only 453 feet from the house where Jabez Spann was staying on 23rd Street to the empty lot where Travis Combs was murdered near 22nd Street and Palmadelia Avenue, I walked it on September 26th, 2017 and took surveillance photos of the out in the open drug sales on 22nd Street and published my article, Wednesday, September 27, 2017, Does Murder of Travis Combs Link to Disappearance of Teen Jabez Spann in Newtown Fl. It was observed that there is an unobstructed view from the house on 23rd Street where Jabez Spann was staying to the street corner where Travis Combs was murdered.
Jabez Spann was named in Reginald Parker’s arrest report. The documents placed Jabez Spann at the scene of the murder. It was the first official acknowledgement that Jabez Spann may have witnessed a murder before he disappeared on September 4th, 2017. According to the report, Reginald Parker told three people that Jabez Spann was outside, along with two others, when Combs was fatally shot by 3 local thugs. The document says that Jabez Spann exclaimed, “Oh my God. Y’all shot him,” after Combs was killed. But according to the report, Parker changed his account once inside the jail. When pressed by detectives, Parker denied telling anyone he saw Travis Combs’ death. Travis Combs wasn’t an angel, Richardson said. A Florida Department of Law Enforcement report showed that the 31-year-old man had been charged with possessing and selling marijuana, a lot of marijuana.
WHO SHOT TRAVIS COMBS: From information that I obtained on my own it has been discovered that Travis Combs was known to pull his vehicle into the empty lot on 22nd Street and sell marijuana from his car. It also became apparent to the 3 local Newtown thugs that Travis Combs would have large amounts of cash on him from the drug sales. Apparently Reginald Parker and Jabez Spann witnessed 3 local Newtown thugs rob and murder Travis Combs for his money.
"GIVE IT UP" I will identify the 3 Newtown thugs that murdered Travis Combs, his photo above, in this article as Thug A, Thug B, and Thug C. The three thugs surround 31-year-old Travis Combs in his car in the empty lot in Newtown shouting “give it up” to Combs as he got out and tried to run. “I ain’t got it,” said Combs, surrounded by the trio in the empty lot in the 1600 block of 22nd Street on August 28th 2017.
NO SNITCHIN IN NEWTOWN. Herald Tribune, The police report that put Spann at the scene of Combs’ murder stems from the arrest of Reginald Lee Parker. Parker, 55, told three people that he witnessed the fatal shooting of Combs by 3 Newtown thugs, who he knew and named two of them. His firsthand account was corroborated by another witness, a woman who also heard the gunshot and saw 2 men running from the area.
Parker was arrested Nov. 7 on an unrelated warrant for failure to appear in court and interviewed by detectives in jail. But according to the report, he changed his account once inside the county jail. An ABC-7 News investigation indicates a SPD document states that detectives met with Lucille Tillery, grandmother of Jabez Spann, missing since September 4th, 2017, over 7 months ago. Tillery told authorities that Reginald Parker confessed to her that he witnessed the murder of Travis Combs.
During the conversation, Tillery says, Parker also admitted that he saw Jabez Spann exit a home at the time of the murder, and Jabez Spann yelled “oh my God Y’all shot him.” Apparently Thug A, Thug B, and Thug C saw Jabez Spann and did not see Reginald Parker who had just come out of a nearby rooming house. Reginald Parker told others that 'Thug C' shot Travis Combs and ran off with Thug B, Thug A got in Travis Combs car and drove off. It appears that Thug A stole Travis Combs car and set it on fire in Manatee County, destroying any evidence, DNA or fingerprints. Reginald Parker had been charged with 'Accessory After The Fact to 1st Degree Murder', Parker would rather go to prison than talk to Sarasota cops. If arrested and convicted of Armed Robbery and Murder of Travis Combs and the Kidnapping and Murder of Jabez Spann all three Newtown Thugs would be facing life in prison or the death penalty.
When pressed by detectives, Reginald Parker denied telling anyone he saw Travis Combs’ death. After he recanted, detectives brought the three people Parker spoke to about the killing into the jail, to confront him in person about his statements. Parker, again, denied witnessing the death. He has been charged with being an accessory to murder for allegedly impeding the investigation of the armed robbery and killing. Parker’s arrest report is the first of any official documents that indicate Spann witnessed the still unsolved death of Travis Combs on 22nd Street, August 28, 2017. Mr. Combs was observed in this area by several subjects prior to his murder. Parker would rather go to prison than talk to Sarasota cops.
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