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    TX - Remains of three men found in Houston warehouse, April & June 2015

    mysanantonio.com:

    Man charged in abandoned Houston warehouse deaths has violent past

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    A man, identified as Jamie Walter, is in custody and charged with capital murder in connection to the deaths, though police have not released details about what led investigators to determine he was linked to the case.

    Police said investigators believed two of the victim died in April while the third was killed in June. Their bodies had been burned.
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    much more, with pictures, at link above

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    Quote Originally Posted by wfgodot View Post
    mysanantonio.com:

    Man charged in abandoned Houston warehouse deaths has violent past


    much more, with pictures, at link above
    I made a cursory check of SquatthePlanet.com and did not find anything there yet that could shed some light on the identity of the deceased persons.

    It's an interesting resource.

    There is some familiarity and sharing of information among nomadics and the more stationary homeless. Colloquially, the nomads refer to the stationary homeless as "homebums."

    The term is sometimes used with affection, other times not so much.

    Gnarly story.

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    One of the charred bodies found buried in a Houston warehouse this week was the suspect's father, according to Houston police. Detectives say Jamie Walter, 27, is a serial killer who has confessed to killing three men, including his father Steven Walter.
    http://www.khou.com/story/news/crime...arge/72004624/

    HPD is looking at a fourth potential victim in the area.

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    April 2017:

    http://www.chron.com/neighborhood/sp...g-11087582.php

    A homeless Spring man has been sentenced to two life sentences after admitting to killing his father and another man and burning their bodies in an abandoned warehouse in northwest Houston in 2015.

    Jamie Walter, 29, admitted to the killings but insisted he did not kill a third man whose body was also burned in the same barrel, his lawyer James Stafford said...

    Walter pleaded guilty Wednesday to murder and aggravated assault of a family member, both first degree felonies with a maximum punishment of life in prison.