Old and Re-Tired Websleuth
- Oct 28, 2009
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"A fitness trainer and mother of three was murdered in a Dallas-area church Monday morning by a man wearing SWAT gear, police said."
"Boot camp-style exercise class participants who showed up at the Creekside Church of Christ in Midlothian, Tex., around 5 a.m. found their instructor Terri “Missy” Bevers, 45, dead, according to the Midlothian Police Department."
"Fitness trainer Terri (Missy) Bevers, 45, was killed early Monday just before her boot-camp style class, police said. Participants in the Camp Gladiator class found her dead when they arrived to a Midlothian, Tex., church for the workout."
"Police Chief Carl Smith said a man wearing what looked like a tactical helmet, gloves and a heavy vest with "POLICE" written on it could be seen in security camera footage from the E. U.S. Highway 287 church just before Bevers arrived. The department released the 4 a.m. footage Monday afternoon, though Smith said no cameras captured the attack."
MEDIA & TIMELINE *NO DISCUSSION*
LE Update/Presser on April 22, 2016
Link to Midlothian Police Department facebook page.
Images (still and video) from the church featuring the perp can be seen here.
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CERTAIN BEHAVIORS WILL NOT BE TOLERATED!!!Dear Websleuths Members,
We are going to apply common sense to the Missy Bever's discussion.
You all have really done some amazing sleuthing in the Bever's case. Thank you for putting forth the effort to bring us interesting and helpful posts.
From now on if a member disrupts the thread in any way they will be timed out or banned.
Disrupting the thread could be anything from hitting the alert button over and over on posts that do not violate our TOS, to trying to disrupt members who are discussing a scenario that you disagree with, to arguing over something so minor that it makes me want to rip my eyeballs out of my head in frustration.
Here is an example: No more arguments over "shards of glass" VS "broken glass" LE referenced.
No outright accusations against specific individuals but very general broad speculation or theorizing will be allowed.
The last word from LE was a long time ago and was that none of the persons listed in the search warrants that have been released are suspects "at this time"
We all know that is doublespeak for we are not willing to name any of them POI or suspect RIGHT NOW.
So a general speculation of "I still find the husband's statements odd, his demeanor off. Something is not right there" are fine. While statements like "BB did it, I mean come on, his wife was sleeping around and it's almost always the husband or boyfriend" are over the line.
"I think this was motivated by jealousy by someone Missy knew, someone who felt threatened by her, someone with low self-esteem" would be okay while "it was that one woman [whatever her initials are] married to one teacher [insert initials]" would be over the line.
This should be easy to understand.
We want a lively and interesting discussion, however, we will not allow the Bever's discussion to get out of hand.
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Another video recently released online shows what police call a “vehicle of interest,” although investigators will not confirm if they have identified its driver or explained its unusual appearance near the church. It was recorded by a series of cameras posted around a gun store near the church about two hours before the murder. The Nissan Altima spends six minutes in the SWFA Outdoors parking lot, much of the time with its lights off. The church is on the opposite side of the divided highway, less than a half mile away.
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