An FBI affidavit reveals a 4th person was involved in the murder-for-hire plot to kill popular Dallas dentist Kendra Hatcher.
The unnamed individual was with Crystal Cortes and Brenda Delgado at the latter’s apartment where they “and others” plotted to kill Hatcher. He has not been charged.
There is a major break in the murder-for-hire case of Dallas pediatric dentist Kendra Hatcher.
Hatcher, 35, was shot to death in the parking garage of her luxury high rise apartment in Dallas, Texas on Sept. 2.
Dallas police announced the arrest of Kristopher Love during a press conference late Friday. Love is charged with capital murder and is being held on $2.5 million bond.
The gunman who went on a shooting rampage at a west Oregon college targeted all females in a single classroom, according to police reports.
Chris Harper Mercer, 26, walked into a classroom at Umpqua Community College and forced his victims to line up before opening fire on them. There are 10 confirmed fatalities and 7 injured. All of the victims were females ranging in age from 18 to 34.
According to published reports, the mixed race gunman asked his victims to state their religion.
A 6-month-old baby was shot in the chest during a drive-by shooting on Cleveland’s east side Thursday. Police say the baby’s mother was in a car with two other males when gunshots struck her car near East 145th Street and Spear Avenue. The infant died at a local hospital.
Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James reacted angrily to the senseless shooting on Twitter.com Thursday.
James, 30, has a 1-year-old daughter and 2 boys at home.
Police have identified the Oregon Community College gunman as 26-year-old Chris Harper Mercer, a mixed race gun enthusiast and NRA supporter.
Mercer allegedly ordered students to stand up and state their religion before shooting them, a witness told the local News-Review newspaper.
A Little Rock, Arkansas woman was found dead hours after she posted a Snapchat selfie of her boyfriend pointing a handgun with laser sight at the back of her head.
A roommate found Stephanie Hernandez shot dead, and their house ransacked.
Update II: Kelly Gissendar, 47, was put to death early Wednesday at the Georgia Diagnostic Prison in Jackson. Gissendaner became the first female convict executed in Georgia in 70 years.
She died by lethal injection at 12:21 a.m. Wednesday after exhausting all of her appeals at the state and federal levels. The Supreme Court denied Gissendaner’s final appeal at 11:30 p.m. ET.
Gissendaner’s three grown children were offered the option of saying their good-byes to their mother at the prison, but they opted to go before the clemency board on Tuesday to plead for her life instead.