Unsolved Homicides
The members of our Homicide Division work countless hours to solve arguably some of the most heinous crimes. Often the best clues and most helpful physical evidence are gathered in the hours immediately after the crime. As time goes by, cases become more difficult to solve. Additionally, individuals believe that the little information they have is not important or that investigators might already have the information.

As cases are added to this page, we encourage anyone with any information, no matter how small it seems, to contact our Homicide Division or CrimeStoppers. It could be the missing key information that our investigators need to solve these cases.

Tips on these homicides or any unsolved homicide can be submitted directly to our Homicide Division by sending an email to homicidecoldcase@slmpd.org or you can call the Homicide Division directly at 314-444-5371.

Anyone with a tip who wants to remain anonymous and is interested in a reward can contact CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS (8477) or visit their website. CrimeStoppers

A Mother’s Testimony

God prepared me for my son’s death. During this “fast”, the spirit of God has really been moving through me. God is opening my eyes, for me to see things clearly. I once was blind, but now I can see. My heart was heavy. I did not know that it was heavy, until I began this “fast”. 

God started moving in my heart. I was feeling emotionally drained, and I did not know how to handle these feelings. 

One thing that I knew for sure is that I did not want to be sad about the death of my first-born child, and my only son. The Bible teaches us that “Father knows best” (God). Sometimes we may not understand why we think that God is doing something to us or why we may think that God is allowing something bad or unwanted to happen to us. 

I have learned that all things work together for our good. 

The loss of my son was a tragedy for me and my family. It’s a tragedy that I never thought that I would have to face, but God does not put any more on us than what we can handle. 

God is a good God! 

After, the murder of my son. I began to question God. I asked God why. God’s answer to my question was “that I took your son’s life, in order to save his soul”. 

In the King James Version of the bible: Mark 8:36 states “For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the world, and lose his own soul.”

Whatever is in the dark will come to light. My son was into things that only him and God knew about. I believed that God warned him. God will always warn you before destruction. In order to give you a chance to change your ways. It is up to you to listen. My son believed that he had more time on Earth to change his ways. 

It is my belief that when God tells you to stop doing something, that is what he means. 

My son was a caring and loving man. And he was loved and cared for by many.

One week before my son was murdered, I told him to watch his circle of friends. Someone, within my son’s circle of friends knocked on his front door, and after a series of events, they took his life, and shot his wife.

This murder and others remain unsolved. This is a cry for justice. The Homicide Division needs your help to solve these heinous crimes. The authorities encourage anyone with any information, no matter how small it seems, to contact the Homicide Division or CrimeStoppers. Division by sending an email to homicidecoldcase@slmpd.org or you can call the Homicide Division directly at 314-444-5371.

Anyone with a tip who wants to remain anonymous and is interested in a reward can contact CrimeStoppers at 866-371-TIPS (8477) or visit their website. CrimeStoppers

Reference

https://www.slmpd.org/unsolved_homicides.shtml


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