Category Archives: Homicide

Details emerge on suspected Seattle Pacific shooter Aaron Rey Ybarra

Aaron Rey Ybarra, 26, Seattle Pacific University shooting suspect, appeared in court Friday. (Image: ABC News)

Aaron Rey Ybarra, 26, Seattle Pacific University shooting suspect, appeared in court Friday. (Image: ABC News)

 

 

 

 

According to a public court filing, the goal of the Seattle Pacific University shooter was “to kill as many as possible” before shooting himself. The killer has been identified as Aaron Rey Ybarra, 26, who was not a student and had no relationship with the victims . . . 

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Third victim in Kansas shootings, Terri LaManno, remembered as ‘beautiful soul’

Terri LaManno, 53, was the third victim in the Kansas shootings and is remembered as a "beautiful soul." (Image: fox4kc.com)

Terri LaManno, 53, was the third victim in the Kansas shootings and is remembered as a “beautiful soul.” (Image: fox4kc.com)

 

 

The third victim in the Kansas shootings, Terri LaManno, was remembered as a “beautiful soul” by her daughter. She was shot in the parking lot of the Village Shalom Retirement Center on Sunday en route to visiting her elderly mother, as she did every Sunday. Two sisters were visiting their mother at the time of the incident, not knowing their sibling had been gunned down . . .

Read about the third victim in the Kansas shootings, described as a ‘beautiful soul.”

 

Woman sentenced to life in prison for killing police officer with his own gun

Robin Johnson received a natural life sentence for killing Chicago Police Officer Richard Francis, with his own gun. (Image: Cook County Sheriff"s Department)

Robin Johnson received a natural life sentence for killing Chicago Police Officer Richard Francis, with his own gun. (Image: Cook County Sheriff”s Department)

Robin Johnson, 50, was sentenced to life in prison without parole Wednesday for killing Chicago police officer, Richard Francis, with his own gun in 2008.

She maintains that she does not remember what happened the morning Francis was killed and learned of the charges as she recovered in a hospital from multiple gunshots fired by Francis’ colleagues . . .

Click here to read about the conviction of a woman who killed a Chicago police officer with his own gun.

O.J. Simpson to remain in prison; judge denies new trial

O. J. Simpson sits for the second day of an evidentiary hearing in Clark County District Court in Las Vegas on May 14. (Photo: Reuters)

O. J. Simpson sits for the second day of an evidentiary hearing in Clark County District Court in Las Vegas on May 14. (Photo: Reuters)

On Tuesday, Clark County Judge Linda Marie Bell denied former NFL star O.J. Simpson’s request, that a conviction on armed robbery and kidnapping be dismissed. Simpson, 66, won’t be eligible for parole until age 70.

In July, Simpson received parole for some–but not all–of the crimes he committed. The Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners agreed that Simpson had been a “model prisoner,” and the parole decision became effective on Oct. 2, but Simpson remains imprisoned for other crimes . . .

Click here to read about the latest O.J. Simpson legal saga.