Found Deceased IA - Mollie Tibbetts, 20, Poweshiek County, 19 Jul 2018 *Arrest* #34

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  1. mrkyle

    mrkyle Active Member

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    It actually turned out spell killed her
    You have to read waters court story

    This was the worst crime in are areas history everyone was searching for her.

    The mollie story the whole time unfornately reminded me of this one.
    I did post a few times about they look like the same case.

    So i unfortuntaly know what the brookyln people are going through i was in our walmart the day those guys came in and bought the shovels.
    Its a horrible feeling to know your that close to this kind of evil
     
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  2. zencompass

    zencompass Hope springs eternal

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    I would imagine he came up with some excuse for scratches and marks.
     
  3. Alethea

    Alethea Verified Attorney

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    Unfortunately if his friends and family and coworkers are all undocumented immigrants, they all may have been afraid to come forward to LE for any reason. Even if they suspected him they may not have wanted to risk deportation.
     
  4. MsBetsy

    MsBetsy Well-Known Member

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    I can't bare to look at the grief on their faces. I'm hoping maybe dad and Dalton will join forces and become advocates for missing persons. So very sad that Dalton didn't get to become his son in law.
     
  5. MassGuy

    MassGuy The Monsters Aren’t The Ones Beneath The Bed

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    Yeah, in his line of work, scratches may not be that unusual. I’ll bet his DNA is under her fingernails, that’s how they got Vanessa Marcotte’s killer.
     
  6. SharonNeedles

    SharonNeedles Well-Known Member

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    It’s interesting that this guy is a “migrant” worker on a dairy farm. I’ve lived in Iowa for almost all of my life and have never seen either a migrant worker or a dairy farm here.
     
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    But he's not a migrant worker--migrant workers travel. He's just a regular illegal alien.
     
  8. Alethea

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    I used to be embarrassed by my mother sitting on our porch on the phone with her friend whenever a car they didn't recognize parked near our house. Debating whether to call the police or so-and-so's husband who is a retired cop. Now I understand it completely.
     
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  9. GhostGhost

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    Not the first time, he’s “blacked out,” I’m sure.


    Thinking of other victims.

    Opinion.
     
  10. cody22

    cody22 Former Member

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    Yarabee Farms hires illegal immigrants through a flawed E-verify system.....Go for it.
     
  11. MsBetsy

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    Right but we are not worried about that we are concerned about Mollies killer, and that Mollie and her family get JUSTICE.
     
  12. Daae

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    Thank you Jillycat! My thoughts exactly! I don't believe a word he has said. He is either a psychopath or sociopath. He feels no empathy or guilt....just got caught.
     
  13. mrkyle

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    I kind of think she was killed right in the struggle to get away
    Once you cross a pyscho the war is on, and I believe the whole thing probably happened right there, especially since the guy was not a huge man and she probably put somewhat of a fight against him
    RIP MOLLIE, your death probably saved some lives, hope the family can take some comfort in that.
     
  14. cluciano63

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    I have doubts as to his ever being caught if not for the private video. Chances are his DNA is not on file so even finding Mollie eventually would not have helped. And who knows how long her family may have waited for answers. The video owner should get any portion, if not all, of the reward that is paid. They brought the answer as to “where Mollie was” than any other factor. Although, good thing he confessed...without witnesses or a known perp, video and/or confession are really the only chances LE had.

    Although it seemed like ages, from 7/18 abduction to 8/21 recovery of Mollie and perp in custody is very quick for this type of crime.

    All jmo
     
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    What I don't understand is how in the world did the girlfriend not notice or suspect something!! <modsnip>
     
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  16. MsBetsy

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    How exactly did police obtain the video? Did the people realize there might be evidence and call in a tip? And, why did they wait so long? Maybe they didn't think to view it at first?
     
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    MassGuy The Monsters Aren’t The Ones Beneath The Bed

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    You’re absolutely right. DNA would only be useful if he was caught for another crime down the road. The video was crucial, and his arrest likely saved the lives of future victims. This person definitely deserves to be rewarded.
     
  18. qotus

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    The arrest warrant has the time listed between 7:45 pm and 8:28 pm, so it sounds like it all transpired in under an hour.

    I believe he abducted her at Boundary and Middle Streets ( arrest warrant says he was in that area at the same time she was) and put her in the trunk there (my theory only) and drove her out to the cornfield on the 1900 block of 385th Avenue (address of crime from arrest warrant) where he parked in the cornfield driveway to attack and murder her (my theory). No one saw or heard anything because the area is fields for miles and miles. He then carried her into the corn and covered her body. He admits to pulling into the cornfield driveway, but doesn't really say why he did because of his 'blocking it out'. He's only saying he blocked it out because he doesn't want to hear himself admit to LE how much of a monster he is.

    LE has had the video for 1-2 weeks, but it took time to examine it. They saw Mollie on jogging on camera and the car in the area. It took time to figure out who the car was connected to. I think the points of interest map probably showed locations the car had been spotted (witnesses or cameras) and they were attempting to narrow down who was driving it.
     
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  20. zencompass

    zencompass Hope springs eternal

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    I can only imagine the relief felt by the community that this monster has been caught.

    The town will be forever affected by this. But after the press conference, they won't have to wonder if it was the guy at the hardware store or this person or that who took Mollie.
     
  21. SharonNeedles

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    I’m pretty sure I was the one who said that, and no we don’t have a need for migrant workers in the agricultural farms. I don’t know a darn thing about dairy farms, I’ve never seen one.
     
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    The family's statement is indeed powerful, given their pain.

    I know Websleuths in the past has stated that joggers are not at greater risk and no more targeted than anyone else. I can't believe that as a jogger is often alone, in an isolated area, near a pathway or roadway, a creature of habit, listening to music, in his/her own world of thoughts and although fit, may be tired after putting on some miles and not have as much energy to fight back.
     
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