“For 7,826 days, 3 hours and 22 minutes, the location of Tina’s remains has been a mystery,” Weld County District Attorney Michael Rourke said in a news release Friday. “Over the course of the last week, we have finally been able to give her family what they so desperately wanted.”
The critically acclaimed Showtime show Dexter, which follows the life of a serial killer who works for the police department, many various ways to get away with real life murder are revealed. Until recently, however, none of them have rung as close to home as the case involving John Sandoval who killed his wife, then hid her body unknowingly in the cemetery.
John Sandoval, 52, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and was sentenced to 25 years in prison and five years on parole for his role in the 1995 death of Kristina Tournai-Sandoval, the Denver Post reported.
As part of a plea deal, Sandoval told investigators March 22 that Kristina’s remains were buried at Sunset Memorial Gardens cemetery in Greeley.
In season three of the show, a murder is depicted by a warped prosecutor and friend of Dexter to almost a tee as the one described. Even though the case is came long before this reported murder it is curious that the mode of disposing a person underneath another person being buried would occur.
As Sandoval has been convicted of stalking other women, it is scary to wonder if there are more crowded graves elsewhere.
Indiana has been delivered a crushing blow. Officially ruled a homicide, the man shown in the photos is wanted in connection with Liberty “Libby” German, 14, and Abigail “Abby”, Williams, 13 deaths.
“Slocum said the fact that the man hasn’t contacted authorities in the days since two photos of him were released is just a tiny part of what led them to describe him as a suspect.”
Information is scant, but there seems to be an inherent sexual nature to the killings. The way in which the girls were killed is not being released by police.
Is a sex-fiend on the loose in the small town of Delphi, Indiana? We will only know once the police do their job and inform the public.
“I’ve lived around this town for 50-plus years and things like this are happening every day in bigger cities, like Chicago and Indianapolis and what not,” he told WLFI-TV. “And in a small community when it happens, everybody goes berserk.”
A telephone tip line has been established in the case. The number is 844-459-5786. Callers can remain anonymous if they wish.
“I just shot and killed my two kids and I shot my wife and I’m going to shoot myself now,”
An explosive moment recorded by an Illinois dispatcher before it is believed Randall Coffland turned the gun on himself. But is that what actually happened? Reports recently released indicate that there may be more to the relationships within the Coffland family than meets the eye. Information is showing there may have been domestic issues within the home. What is so fascinating, however, is the domestic abuse seems to stem from the mother to the rest of the family. After the divorce, bad blood permeated both sides. Domestic disturbance calls were made to the police.
“I want you to live and suffer like I did.”
Allegedly these were his last words before turning the gun on himself. What is more perfect than a voice recorded confession? We are hoping that forensics are still done to test whether or not the wife had any gun residue on her hands. If not, a murderer may go free. A self involved shooting to cover up a crime has been done before. This may be yet another example of such. The phone call should raise more questions than it answers. Police have reported they do not have a motive for the current narrative.