I think someone needs to help Raleigh, Durham and the surrounding area of North Carolina.
I know Nancy rubs people wrong, and maybe that's what is needed. Men in this area need to know they cannot get away with these types of crimes. From all outward appearances these days, it seems they are.
In Janet Abaroa murder, her husband is getting married again and has totally moved on in another state.
What Nancy needs is to discuss the fact that there needs to be more training of investigators where a woman, when found dead in her home, is handled from beginning to end. I believe there needs to be more money allotted and more training for LE, ME and all technicians.
You don't investigate a drug related drive by shooting the same way you handle a case like this.
There are special precautions that should be put in place for these types of crimes, because there will be DNA by a potential suspect in the home already and there will be the DNA of the victim. There may or may not be time for the perpetrator to hide things, weapons, etc. and these cases.
You will notice that crimes similar to Michelle and Janet's seem to take so much longer to get to the bottom of. Many times in cases like this, there's no resolution until another murder occurs.
Usually these cases have a lack of evidence laying around because they are not committed by someone outside the home. It seems that in intruder cases, gang or drug related crimes, there seems to be a plethora of witnesses before and after and usually tons of evidence, weapons are found, evidence is found.
Janet Abaroa and Michelle Young's case brought hundreds to their forums and they dwindled down so much.
We are still here and we still care, it's now up to the Law Enforcement and the District Attorney's to do their job and dot every i and cross every t - and do what they can to get these guys off the streets before they marry and murder again.