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    Based on details he abandoned his beloved BMX bike, just wondering if there's any chance Brian Histand crossed paths with BPM...

    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...ix-15-May-2013


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    Canal Murder search warrants shed light on shadowy case
    Megan Cassidy, The Republic | azcentral.com 5 p.m. MST May 14, 2015

    When Phoenix police raided the home, car and workplace locker of the man they believe to be the city's elusive "Canal Murderer," it became clear that their suspect, Bryan Patrick Miller, wasn't going to make their jobs easy.

    Their alleged killer was a bona fide hoarder.

    A search warrant released to The Arizona Republic and 12 News this week lays out the monumental task placed before police when they arrested Miller in January on murder allegations more than 20 years after the murders of Angela Brosso and Melanie Bernas.

    A heavily redacted, 62-page document lists nearly 400 seized items, including several boxes of cassette tapes, magazines, books and shoes, some of which could lead to thousands of individual pieces for review.

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    But it remains to be seen what prompted police to track Miller in the first place, and whether police will link the man accused of double-murders to any of the Valley's other murders and disappearances, or cases in any other states where Miller has lived.

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    http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/...abrk/27322149/
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    Murder victim's light still shines after 23 years
    EJ Montini, The Republic | azcentral.com 7:33 a.m. MST June 14, 2015

    Time darkens it.

    We shine a light on a tragedy and it stays there for a little while, but we move on, we need to move one, the horrors of the day occur one after next after the next. We show as much sympathy as we can, as much empathy as we can, but we move on.

    We forget. We need to forget.

    And so we'll forget, again, a young woman named Angela Brosso.


    In 2017, when the trial of Bryan Patrick Miller finally gets underway, it will shine.

    http://www.azcentral.com/story/ejmon...alty/28671531/


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    Quote Originally Posted by kevmoley View Post
    Canal Murder search warrants shed light on shadowy case
    Megan Cassidy, The Republic | azcentral.com 5 p.m. MST May 14, 2015

    When Phoenix police raided the home, car and workplace locker of the man they believe to be the city's elusive "Canal Murderer," it became clear that their suspect, Bryan Patrick Miller, wasn't going to make their jobs easy.

    Their alleged killer was a bona fide hoarder.

    A search warrant released to The Arizona Republic and 12 News this week lays out the monumental task placed before police when they arrested Miller in January on murder allegations more than 20 years after the murders of Angela Brosso and Melanie Bernas.

    A heavily redacted, 62-page document lists nearly 400 seized items, including several boxes of cassette tapes, magazines, books and shoes, some of which could lead to thousands of individual pieces for review.

    <modsnip>

    But it remains to be seen what prompted police to track Miller in the first place, and whether police will link the man accused of double-murders to any of the Valley's other murders and disappearances, or cases in any other states where Miller has lived.

    <modsnip>

    http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/...abrk/27322149/
    Interesting that the prosecutor said they have what would be perceived as "extremely alarming" evidence against him. What could that be? It's also interesting about prosecutor saying they basically didn't want to compromise other investigations related to him.

    Does that mean they have evidence against him in other investigations? Or just that he is a prime suspect? Just the picture at night, where you can see how much garbage was piled around inside the door, that place looks absolutely filthy. They must be working insane man hours pouring through all of that stuff.

    This trial is going to be very interesting.


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    So Phoenix PD apparently had his DNA since 2008.

    The most shocking development is that Miller's own mother was the one who called police, out of the blue, saying he had a strange obsession with Brasso's missing person's case.

    That call is what prompted police to take Miller's DNA. It was a sample that was collected in 2008. Three years later, the case changed hands.

    ABC15 is looking into why it took so long to make that DNA match, which eventually busted Miller for these cold cases dating back to the early 1990s.


    http://www.abc15.com/news/region-pho...lley-cold-case

    So, he lived nearby. He matched a POI newspaper sketch from '93 (shown in the unexplained-mysteries.com thread). And they had his DNA since 2008. Eta, of course there was also the previous stabbing conviction, and the accusation in Washington.

    If he has any recent victims, Phoenix PD may find themselves on the line again, as they did in the Baseline Killer case several years back.

    http://www.abc15.com/news/region-pho...went-untested-
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    Quote Originally Posted by bessie View Post
    I opened a thread in Cold Cases for Diana Vicari. Thanks for bringing it to our attention, kevmoley

    AZ - Diana Dawn Vicari, 19, Tucson, 23 Oct 1992 - severed arms found in trash

    Here's a snip from the most recent article I found.

    Dismembered and thrown in a dumpster: Who killed Diana Vicari?
    By Marcelino Benito. CREATED Jan 15, 2014

    TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - Twenty-one years later and the alley on 7th and Ferro still has that eery feel. In a Tucson dumpster, police found Diana Vicari's arms, severed from her body.

    "It hit us all really hard, really hard," said Angela Vicari, Diana's sister.

    [...]
    For the longest time, county prosecutors and the Vicari family believed Lemuel Prion killed and dismembered Diana. Diana's car was found just days later near La Cholla and Osa St., just blocks away from where Prion lived at the time. In 1999, he was convicted and sentenced to death for the grisly crime.

    He always claimed innocence and in 2002 his conviction and death sentence was overturned.

    [...]
    TPD's cold case unit is reviewing the case. They are urging the public to come forward with new leads. Someone out there could very well hold the key to this decades old ca

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    If you have any information about this case, call 88-crime or TPD's Cold Case Unit at (520) 837-7588.
    I came across this website while researching updates regarding the Diana Vicari case. I have lived in Tucson my whole life and have never forgotten her. She was just a couple of years younger than I. After reading countless articles about Bryan Patrick Miller and what he is accused of, I have a strong feeling that he may be the guy. Diana's arms were found a couple of weeks before Angela Brosso's headless body.. just too coincidental.. This guy didn't just stop at murdering two women.. no way


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    Welcome, AZ Grayfan. Thanks for posting. Any insight you can add as a local will be appreciated.

    Are you aware of any other occurrences where young women went missing that might not have been widely reported?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bessie View Post
    Welcome, AZ Grayfan. Thanks for posting. Any insight you can add as a local will be appreciated.

    Are you aware of any other occurrences where young women went missing that might not have been widely reported?

    There are no other missing women with these circumstances that I am aware of other than Diana. There are runaways and women who have fallen victim to their significant others/exes but nothing like Diana or the two girls in PHX discussed in this thread. The only high profile case for the last many years here in Tucson is Isabel Celis, a child who was taken from her bedroom; it doesn't fit the profile.


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    Ah...little Isabel. So sad and frustrating. And of course, not in line with the profile of this suspect.

    Thanks for your reply. I'd really like to see an update on the case against this guy.
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