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  1. #16
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    Photos at link:

    http://www.wchstv.com/news/features/...l#.VKbBHivF-Jh

    There is suppose to be a 11:00 am news conference.

    I am questioning that the suspects are from/living in Texas? Just passing through???

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    Something doesn't add up....well a lot about this doesn't add up.

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    This poor couple! What is wrong with people today??? Innocent human lives have no value anymore....~smh~

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    I agree that there are a lot of questions without answers. We have to remember though that we do not know everything the LE knows.
    How did 2 guys from Texas get to NC and why? What were they doing there?Why did they commit what appears to be (as of now)a home invasion/arson/double homicide? Why the Faulkners?(I suspect that was random). The fact that their son is possibly the Capt. of a FD coincidence? Why were the victims taken from original crime scene? The first thing that comes to mind is to withdraw money(I'm sure LE has that answer). Why bring them all the way to WV? Where were they headed? Why 2 vehicles? Who does the truck belong to?
    The shootout with the Police happened very close to me. I'll update with local news as it becomes available.
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    http://www.wrex.com/story/27747425/m...dead-3-wounded

    Lewisburg police Chief Tim Stover said Lt. Jeromy Dove, a 16-year veteran of the force, was grazed in the back of his neck. Patrolman Nicholas Sams, a rookie just out of training, had shrapnel in his forehead. Stover said both wore protective vests, and he expected both to leave the hospital Friday...

    Last September, suspect Edward Campbell was arrested for aggravated assault, according to court records in Brazoria County, south of Houston. Court officials could provide no other details Friday. They said his case file had been sealed. He also had been on probation or deferred adjudication for five years after pleading guilty in 2007 to a charge of possession of a controlled substance.

    Campbell had been a nurse in several states.

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    http://abc11.com/news/2-in-custody-a...found-/458733/

    From the above link:

    " Deputies told ABC11 Friday the pair stole a vehicle in Texas before heading east, but it wasn't clear where. Detectives were trying to determine what other crimes they might be tied to. Federal authorities are involved because the case crosses state lines."

    Picture of 2nd suspect Edward Campbell at above link also. They covered a large area traveling from Texas to North Carolina. It's hard to tell how many victims there are along the way.
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    Here is the disciplinary report that got his nursing license revoked in 2009

    http://lf.hpc.texas.gov/THP/Default.aspx?d=n&q={[Nurse%20Board%20Orders]:[license%20number]=%22623329%22}

    oops! Maybe this link will work better: https://www.bon.state.tx.us/discipli...ion_102009.asp

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    Tried to find some more info. about this tragedy ; there isn't much out there unless I'm looking in the wrong place ?

    http://www.wcti12.com/news/family-mo...otout/30503214

    Thursday night, police stopped two suspects in rural West Virginia when officers noticed they were driving a stolen pick-up truck with NC plates. The suspects, a father and son from Texas, allegedly opened fire on the officers, injuring two of them. Then, police say a grisly discovery was made after the men were arrested - the bodies of Jerome and Dora Faulkner under a mattress in the bed of their own truck.

    Meanwhile, investigators are struggling to piece together what exactly happened to Dora and Jerome.

    "Everything at the home is gone, no evidence there," Waters said

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeginnersLuck View Post
    Here is the disciplinary report that got his nursing license revoked in 2009

    http://lf.hpc.texas.gov/THP/Default.aspx?d=n&q={[Nurse%20Board%20Orders]:[license%20number]=%22623329%22}

    oops! Maybe this link will work better: https://www.bon.state.tx.us/discipli...ion_102009.asp
    Hmmm. One of my online friends is a nurse who was friends/worked with Dora, the female victim.
    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/west-vir...-traffic-stop/ (can't cut and paste from article, but it mentions she was working as a nurse.)



    So while it could have been random, it makes me wonder if there is a connection through the nursing/medical field.

    ETA: My friend reported Dora was "an amazing lady."

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    1. What's wrong with people today? -- nothing; human nature's as it's always been, "red in tooth and claw."

    2. I haven't read the more recent things, but what happened to the named suspect "of Middle Easstern descent"? Was that some big scare thing, encouraging the public to think interstate jihadis were torching homes and kidnapping our elderly?


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    http://www.click2houston.com/news/fa...spree/30501224

    You will not find many people on Indian Acres Street in Alvin who are surprised that their Edward Campbell is under arrest and and accused in connection to the murders.

    "He come up to the fence and looked at me and said: 'I'll kill you!' and shook the fence like a crazy man, which he is," neighbor Robert Bowers said.

    Bowers lived across the street from Campbell. He and his daughter say they would see fires burning late at night behind the house where Edward lived with his son Eric.

    "Their son told me about it," Brenda Bowers said. "Like 3 in the morning, they'd see him out back in his underwear and starting fires. We'd be in here and all of a sudden our house would shake. Something would go boom and we'd be like, 'crazy man is starting a fire again.'"

    Edward Campbell is accused of jumping bail on Dec. 18 in an assault case in Brazoria County. He's accused of attacking his wife with a gun in September. A warrant was issued for his arrest after he didn't show up in court last month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magdalyn View Post
    Hmmm. One of my online friends is a nurse who was friends/worked with Dora, the female victim.
    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/west-vir...-traffic-stop/ (can't cut and paste from article, but it mentions she was working as a nurse.)



    So while it could have been random, it makes me wonder if there is a connection through the nursing/medical field.

    ETA: My friend reported Dora was "an amazing lady."
    SABBM

    It sounds like there might have been a connection. Imo.

    Good find, Magdalyn !

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    I wonder when they were last seen in Texas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LietKynes View Post
    SABBM

    It sounds like there might have been a connection. Imo.

    Good find, Magdalyn !
    Quote Originally Posted by BeginnersLuck View Post
    After reading BeginnersLuck's post (regarding Edward Campbell's behaviors according to neighbors) I should probably also point out that Dory worked at Central Regional Hospital. It is a psychiatric hospital.

    The Faulkners were members of Mountain Creek Baptist Church and well-known by people in the area. Jerome Faulkner was a deacon in the church and Dora Faulkner worked as a nurse at Central Regional Hospital in Butner.
    http://www.wbtw.com/story/27747056/s...out-identified


    http://www.ncdhhs.gov/dsohf/services/crh/index.htm

    Again, maybe all coincidental. Maybe not. Horrific all the way around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LietKynes View Post
    SABBM

    It sounds like there might have been a connection. Imo.

    Good find, Magdalyn !
    I really don't think so. The ****s were from Texas and the victims where from NC from the way I understand it. Or do I have that wrong?

    To me it is another scary case of a home invasion by strangers which turned deadly for the homeowners.

    I have read so many cases of late about home invasions who are being committed by complete strangers. I think this will be the case here.

    They probably took the bodies with them to make everyone think the homeowners weren't home when the fire started.

    I certainly do believe they will find more crimes this father and son team has committed. I am glad the police are trying to retrace their steps before they murdered this lovely couple. No telling who else they have harmed along the way while on their crime spree.

    I hope Mr. Faulkner put all those injuries on the younger ****'s face. He must have sustained them during either the home invasion/kidnapping or murders. The police said in an article I read that the young one ran from the scene but when caught... gave up without a fight.

    In today's time no one should open the door to someone they don't know. And plenty of home invasions are including elderly victims as the targets. Sometimes they can be more trusting.

    God bless this sweet couple and their family.


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