Two women from Texas, Andrea Yates, 37 and Darlie Routier, 27 both shocked the world when they brutally murdered their children. Both women were described as wonderful mothers who loved their children, but were also described as having post-partum issues during the last years of their children’s lives. Andrea Yates admitted to her harsh crimes and was willing to take any punishment that was given, as she believed she was saving her children’s souls. On the other hand, Darlie Routier did not admitted her crimes towards her children. Darlie Routier pleaded not guilty, but prosecutors believed differently after many conflicts appeared in her story.
In the summer of 2008, Casey Anthony daughter Caylee Anthony was last seen on June 16, 2008. No one knows where she was nor did Casey report that her daughter was missing. Time went by with no sign of Caylee reappearing. Casey’s mother called and reported that her granddaughter was missing and that Casey’s car smelled like a dead body had been in there.
There have never really been answers about what happened with Casey Anthony when her daughter went missing. A new book is now out about Anthony that was written by Dominic Casey, a private eye the family hired. This new book tells a lot about the case from what he found while investigating Casey Anthony and trying to figure out what happened to her daughter Caylee. Radar Online shared what this new book will reveal. This book actually claims that Casey Anthony drove around with her daughter in the car for five days before getting rid of the body.
Officer Perez reports being dispatched to a disturbance at 11 Langton. Perez arrived on scene and met with Ann Mcelroy that stated she lost her phone and found that 2 kids had possession of the phone and was able to get the phone returned to her. Mcelroy stated she wanted to make a report of her phones information had been erased and was concerned of any personal information that was possibly had been taking prior to her getting her phone back. Perez had Mcelroy complete a witness statement form.
As the family moved Wes was not enjoying his school, and his brother Tony was getting into the wrong crowd of drug dealing. As Wes watched his brother he grew to become like him, and as we saw his issues rise Wes got his first arrest in middle school when he got in an argument with a classmate and brought a knife to confront him. Wes’s adolescents was not very successful in that as he grew older we started seeing a girl, Alicia. Alicia became pregnant while Wes was still hustling to make money. To hide this from his mother Wes told her he was making money DJ’ing. Wes never finished high school and ended up in Prison for shooting a man who was challenging his
In the year of 2008, there were 1,494 child homicides in the United States. Of those killed, 1,035 were male and 452 were female. The sad part is that at least a half of those children, their families never seeked justice. In other words, the killer of these kids were either not found or the murder could have been found not guilty with in a court. That is the case with Caylee Marie Anthony. Nine years ago, of the little girls in which was killed was two year old, Caylee. And her main suspected killer was able to walk following two and a half years later.
“I’m so excited!” Charlie exclaimed as packed his bags. “I think we all are” mom said with loving eyes. The Winston family was preparing for their trip to Japan. The whole family was too excited to hold in their excitement including Scarlett. She was normally super shy and worried about
A twenty-five-year-old Casey Anthony was accused in the murder of her two-year-old daughter, Caylee Anthony. After all the evidence was proposed to the jury, Anthony was still found not guilty. According to Bay News, on June 15, 2008, Caylee was last seen by her grandmother. On July 16, 2008, her grandmother later began to claim Caylee was missing. Before Casey Anthony mentioned anything to anyone about her daughter disappearance, it had been over an entire month. She stated to her parents that she didn’t have any idea where her little girl could be. Casey also stated numerous of times that her two-year old daughter was with “nannies” or babysitters (Bay News, 2008.)
Looking at the time stamps from the searches, they were consistent with the times Casey was home. Cynthia tried to say that it was her performing the searches but she was at work at the time of the searches. Casey was a “party girl”. She was constantly going out and leaving Caylee with her parents so she could be care free. “Inmate Robyn Adams, with whom Anthony exchanged 50 letters while incarcerated, told investigators that Casey Anthony told her that she sometimes used "stuff" to put her daughter to sleep” (9). Even though, this can be considered hearsay, the evidence is in these letters and this inmates testimony. I feel that it would have helped the prosecutions case if they had Casey talk to a psychologist. This would have helped form a profile on Casey as a sociopath and a compulsive liar. “If [the jury] did not see in the photographs of how Caylee was found what we saw, and what other people see, then that's
With a loaded gun, Charles decided to visit the Fugate’s family on January 21, 1958. It is said that Charles wanted to go hunting with Caril’s stepfather. In the house was Caril’s stepfather, Marion, Carils mom, Velda and their two year old child, Betty Jean. Carils mom, Velda told Charles to stay away from her daughter and that resulted in an argument. Charles left and called Marion Barletts work place from a pay phone and said that Marion would be out for a while due to illness. Charles went back to Caril’s house and waited for her to come home. When Caril arrived home from school, he told her about the argument and she went into the house to talk to her mom about what occurred. Charles entered the house and Velda and Charles began arguing again and hitting each other. Charles grabbed his gun and
She was discovered blameworthy for four include of false data a criminal examination, check phony. A common suit for criticism against Casey Anthony was recorded by Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez. The state additionally documented that Casey Anthony must pay for the expenses of misleading law implementation and in addition the scan for Caylee Anthony. This sum summed up to $217,000. This case eventually prompted the making of Caylee's Law in a few states; making the inability to report a missing kid, in a few expresses, a lawful
R/s Mindy is high on opiates and cocaine. R/s Mindy is driving a black pick-up truck and she has the baby with her. R/s there is another unknown passenger in the truck. R/s the truck has no license tags just paper tags. R/s it is hearsay that Mindy almost run into the ditch. From CPS history Kyleigh is in the home.
Jaycee Dugard was a normal child with the worries any other pre-teenagers had, she didn’t like her stepfather, was jealous of her little sister, and wanted the full attention of her mother. On June 10th 1999 her life drastically changed, drug addict pedophile Phillip Garrido kidnapped Jaycee with the help of his wife Nancy (Dugard,
In the end Cindy killed Mackie before she got the chance to shoot Lindsay. It turns out, she were targeting her baby too. Even though she got shot in the process, she still saved her life. There were no more bombings and everything went back to being as normal as they could