GA - Foggy windows lead to suspects in separate murders

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  1. Bently

    Bently Former Member

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    http://www.11alive.com/news/local/conyers/conyers-pd-foggy-windows-lead-to-suspects-in-separate-murders-bags-of-drugs/454814454

    In the above story, police noticed a car with foggy windows at a Motel 6, and after calling in K9's found two men that were wanted for two separate murders .

    Brian Simpson was wanted for a murder from May 31, 2017 in Huntsville Alabama, and Kirk Mitchell was wanted for a murder on Dec 29, 2007 in California.

    More at link.

    (I cannot find a WS link for either case)

    " As officers arrived, they noticed the other suspect in a hotel room with two women. Police made entry after one of the women eventually opened the door. They found the man hiding in the bathroom.

    Soon, with the help of K9 Eddie, police found three quart-sized bags with about 100 tablets of MDMA - commonly known as ecstasy. Officers also located suspected marijuana and a handgun in the trunk.

    But the real discovery came after both men were taken into custody for narcotics, handgun and suspected false name charges."

    ETA: Found an MSM on one of the murders, but didn't find through google the other one.

    http://www.al.com/news/huntsville/index.ssf/2017/06/26-year-old_killed_in_triple_h.html
     
  2. Meryl12

    Meryl12 Active Member

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    The streets are safer with those dangerous criminals locked away - hopefully for a very long time.
     
  3. remail955

    remail955 New Member

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    This is why i believe cops have a sixth sense. At least some do.

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  4. jns207

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    Didn't find much yet, but there's a little blurb on the California murder at this link.

    (More at the link)

    http://homicide.latimes.com/post/lewis-mingo/


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