04-18-2006, 05:08 PM #1Registered User
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CA - Marie Oliver, 90, beaten to death, North Sacramento, 15 April 2006
Two 16-year-olds have been arrested for the beating death of an elderly woman in her North Sacramento home Saturday morning, Sacramento police said.
Sacramento police detectives said one of the teenagers had done odd jobs for 90-year-old Marie Oliver in the past and knew she was frail and her vision was impaired. Investigators learned the teens targeted the victim by scouting her home and planning a break-in several days before the crime. It was determined the 16-year-olds forced their way into the house, used a blunt object to bludgeon Oliver and then went through the house stealing some small valuables and currency.
They must have went there to kill her -because she new them from before when they did odd jobs for her and would have been able to ID them.
04-18-2006, 05:59 PM #2Registered User
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Obviously incapable of 2-stage thinking. All they could see was stealing stuff. What ever happened to respect for elders? Right and wrong? Thou shalt not kill?
09-14-2015, 12:53 PM #3
From November 2009:
Chilling interrogation tape of convicted teenage killers has just been released.
The tape is of the police interrogation of 16-year-old Daniel Russell and 16-year old Calvin Pearson, 3 days after they had broken into the home of 90-year-old Marie Oliver in North Sacramento, Calif., and beaten her to death, using the victim's own cane to finish the deed...
Just last week, a jury sentenced both teens to life in prison.
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