"This Gentleman & his mom [were] hostile about the two soldiers not waiting for them to reverse back into [their] handicap parking spot for her handicapped husband instead they went around and proceeded to park in [their] own separate parking spot", wrote witness LaKeycia Ward. Whether genuine or not, this American lady sure knows how to boost her self-esteem and remain unaffected despite series of failed relationships.
Surveillance video released Monday shows a grandmother befriending a Florida resident days before she killed her to steal her identity - a plan she hoped would thwart the authorities hunting her in connection with her husband's murder.
The Lee County Sheriff's Office said that Riess targeted Hutchinson due to similarities in their appearance.
Troy Johnston, who was at a Benbrook playground where his four and six-year old daughters were playing, was legally and openly carrying his firearm on a holster on his hip, according to Blue Lives Matter.
On March 23, David Riess' business partner requested police to conduct a welfare check on him as he had not been seen for a couple of weeks.
"I love my shirt", he said. Police said she had been dead for several hours, Thai media reported.
Reiss, who has a penchant for casinos, is believed to have stopped at an Iowa casino on her drive to Florida.
"My cousin went out helping the world", Daniele Jeffreys, Hutchinson's cousin, said. There, they said, she met a woman named Pamela Hutchinson, 59, with a similar shade of light-blonde hair. She's just giving to a fault. Police in Fort Myers Beach, Florida, identified Riess as a suspect in Hutchinson's death.
The vehicle was spotted near Corpus Christi, Texas, this month, Florida authorities announced at a news conference last Friday.
"Pure evil - that's really the only thing that could resonate with my system". "This is the first time in my career I've seen someone steal someone " s identity and target them for the way they look in order to murder them", Marceno said.