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Virginia Jeffreys, who was 67 years old in 1995, lived in a trailer in the 1500 block of Mission Road. On Tuesday, October 17, 1995, a neighbor went to check on Virginia Jeffreys, and found her dead and her trailer ransacked. An autopsy determined the cause of death to be blunt trauma, multiple stab wounds. The death was ruled a Homicide.
Patricia Plummer Mondrik was discovered deceased inside her apartment in the 9800 block of Powhattan on Tuesday, September 1, 1981. Patricia's employer had been trying to reach her since Monday when she did not show for work. She was found the next day and appeared that she had been dead for several days. Patricia suffered massive head and facial wounds along with stab wounds. Evidence at the scene and through the investigation indicates that Patricia knew her assailant. A boyfriend vanished immediately before the discovery of this Murder, and it is believed the boyfriend fled to Mexico. Homicide Detectives are interested in speaking with the boyfriend.
On Saturday, June 29, 1985, Police Officers were dispatched to Martin and Santa Rosa for a report of an accident. When they arrived, they could not find any accident, but did notice Deputy Aguilar's vehicle in San Pedro Creek. Officers found Deputy Aguilar in the driver's seat, unconscious, bleeding from the mouth, and having trouble breathing. Aguilar was taken to BAMC, and on June 30, 1985, was pronounced dead. On July 1, 1985.
James Bledsoe lived in the office of the All Star Inn Motel at 5522 N. Pan Am (IH-35). On Monday, March 17, 1986, around 10:30 pm, Mr. Bledsoe had been walking around the motel when he was seen in the breezeway in front of Room 150 struggling with the suspect. Gunshots were heard and witnesses saw Mr. Bledsoe fall to the ground. Police and the Medical Examiner were called to the motel, and the ME pronounced Mr. Bledsoe dead from multiple gunshot wounds. Witnesses described the suspect as a black male, 20-25 years old, with short black hair, 5'10" to 6" tall, 160 lbs, wearing blue jeans and a green jersey or shirt with white lettering. Witnesses also reported seeing the suspect get into a Ford on the passenger side. The Ford was described as a 1979-80 4-door, possibly yellow in color. It was also reported that two black females were seen leaving the area in a dark car (both were recognized as prostitutes from the area). The previous day, Mr. Bledsoe had asked a suspected black male pimp to leave the motel property after some of the motel workers complained about him. The murder could be related to this incident.
On September 25, 1986, police responded to a call for a shooting at the Handy Andy located at 923 S. Presa. When police arrived, they found two victims in the parking lot with shotgun wounds. One victim, 33-year-old Rudy Navarro, died after being transported by EMS to BAMC. The other victim survived. During the investigation, it was learned that Navarro was walking home with his wife, brother and friend from the El Pacifico Bar at S. Presa and Pereida. The suspect vehicle, a red Chevy Monte Carlo 2-door (with a green passenger side door) drove by the group and they exchanged words. The suspect vehicle then turned around, came back, and the passenger in the vehicle fired a shotgun at the group, hitting Rudy Navarro and his friend. The suspects were described as two Latin males, in their mid 20s, with the shooter described as having curly black hair. Over the years several leads have been investigated and suspects developed, but not enough evidence has been found to file a case against anyone. Family members have contacted the Homicide Unit looking for closure.
On Friday, December 23, 1977, the police received a call for a fight at Sylvia's Lounge. When they arrived, they found Jose Perez lying on the floor in a pool of blood. Mr. Perez was pronounced dead at the scene. An autopsy was performed by the Deputy Medical Examiner, and determined the cause of death was a stab wound to the chest and the manner of death was Homicide. Witnesses say Mr Perez was sitting at a table with at least three other people when the suspect walked in the front door and directly up to Mr. Perez. They exchanged some words, and then the suspect stabbed Mr. Perez.
Leonid Fink was born in Russia circa 1890. Fink moved to Seattlein 1919. He worked for Curtis Studio, Seattle until 1925 when he started hisown studio at 308 White Building, Seattle, Washington. He was a known portraitphotographer and photographed for the Seattle Times often through the1920s-1950s. His fiancé, Ruth McDonald, was found dead January of 1929 inSpokane, Washington. Fink was detained while investigations were ongoing butwas eventually released when her death was ruled a suicide. He died March 25,1960 in Los Angeles, California.
187. " With torn picture of his feuhrer beside his clenched fist, a dead general of the Volkssturm lies on the floor of city hall, Leipzig, Germany. He committed suicide rather than face U.S. Army troops who captured the city on April 19. 1945." T5c. J. M. Heslop. 208-YE-148. National Archives Identifier: 535982
On April 1, 2012 at approximately 1:10 a.m., the Anne Arundel County Police were called to the Pumphrey Community in the area of Gibbons Avenue and Bolivar Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland for a report of a male lying in the roadway. The male was identified as forty-six year old Bryant Donell Bagley who resided in Baltimore City. Investigation revealed the victim had suffered trauma to the body and pronounced dead at the scene. The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner determined the death to be a homicide. 59ce067264