IN - Bodies of 4 homeless men found in manholes, South Bend, Dec 2006

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  1. hipmamajen

    hipmamajen I love the friends I have gathered together on thi

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    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070204/ap_on_re_us/manhole_bodies

    A suspect has confessed that he and another man killed four other homeless men in a dispute over scrap metal, and then hid their bodies in manholes, police said.

    Daniel J. Sharp, 56, broke down during a police interview on Friday ahead of a lie-detector test and admitted that he was involved in the slayings, said Tim Corbett, commander of the St. Joseph County Metro Homicide Unit.
    Sharp and Randy Lee Reeder, 50, were in police custody on Sunday, two days after they were arrested in the December beating deaths of Michael "Shan" Nolen Jr., 40; Michael Lawson, 56; Jason Coates, 29; and Brian G. Talboom, 51.

    Sharp and Reeder had been charged with four counts of murder each.

    According to a police affidavit, Sharp told investigators that he and Reeder planned and carried out the killings sometime between Dec. 18 and 21 because they suspected the four victims had stolen scrap metal that he and Reeder had collected to sell for salvage.
     
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  3. grapevine

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    this murder happen in the city i live:behindbar
     
  4. OkieGranny

    OkieGranny <b><span style="color:#660033;">WS Forum Coordinat Forum Coordinators

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    From May 2012:

    http://articles.southbendtribune.com/2012-05-18/news/31770341_1_manhole-murders-brian-talboom-reeder

     

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