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Execution-style triple murder led to peaceful arrest in Florida, police say – The Courier

Louisville police steered away Monday from revealing what investigators learned about what triggered a fatal shooting spree last Thursday in Pleasure Ridge Park that left three adults dead and two pre-schoolers without their parents.

Instead, they gave a shout out to help from two Florida county sheriff’s departments and the tracking technology OnStar that helped locate and capture suspect Christopher Olivio, 46, of Spring Hill, Florida, last Saturday night.

Police found brother and sister Mike Miles, 27, and Geneva Miles, 39, each dead from a gunshot wound to the head. Mike’s wife, Catherine Miles, 24, died from multiple gunshot wounds. The three were found Friday afternoon at a home in the 6400 block of Venango Drive after Catherine Miles’ worried relatives had alerted police after failing to reach her. 

Background: Florida

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Suspect in triple homicide likely dead, Idaho sheriff says

CALDWELL, Idaho (KBOI) — Over six months ago, news of a gruesome triple murder in Caldwell shocked the Treasure Valley.

While time has passed, others aren’t letting the memory of the victims — Cheryl Baker, 56; Nadja Medley, 48; and Payton Medley, 14 — fade.

Today, Canyon County’s sheriff fears the man he thinks is responsible will never be brought to justice. All evidence might indicate he’s dead.

“This isn’t a closed case whatsoever,” Sheriff Kieran Donahue told KBOI 2News on Thursday. “It’s a very open, very active case.”

It’s an active case that’s focused on finding answers.

The scene at the triple homicide, located on KCID Road near Highway 20/26, was so gruesome, the sheriff says it still bothers him today.

“One of the deputies was able to determine … basically a smell coming from that shed,” he said. “Upon further investigation … we find a

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Suspect in triple homicide likely dead, Idaho sheriff says | KSL.com

CALDWELL, Idaho (KBOI) — Over six months ago, news of a gruesome triple murder in Caldwell shocked the Treasure Valley.

While time has passed, others aren’t letting the memory of the victims — Cheryl Baker, 56; Nadja Medley, 48; and Payton Medley, 14 — fade.

Today, Canyon County’s sheriff fears the man he thinks is responsible will never be brought to justice. All evidence might indicate he’s dead.

“This isn’t a closed case whatsoever,” Sheriff Kieran Donahue told KBOI 2News on Thursday. “It’s a very open, very active case.”

It’s an active case that’s focused on finding answers.

The scene at the triple homicide, located on KCID Road near Highway 20/26, was so gruesome, the sheriff says it still bothers him today.

“One of the deputies was able to determine … basically a smell coming from that shed,” he said. “Upon further investigation … we find a

Read more at: https://www.ksl.com/?sid=46232993&nid=1419

Canyon County sheriff: Triple homicide suspect Mike Bullinger likely dead

Idaho

CALDWELL, Idaho (KBOI) — Over six months ago, news of a gruesome triple murder in Caldwell shocked the Treasure Valley.

While time has passed, others aren’t letting the memory of the victims, 56-year-old Cheryl Baker, 48-year-old Nadja Medley and 14-year-old Payton Medley fade.

Today, Canyon County’s sheriff fears the man he thinks is responsible will never be brought to justice.

All evidence might indicate he’s dead.

“This isn’t a closed case whatsoever,” sheriff Kieran Donahue told KBOI 2News on Thursday. “It’s a very open, very active case.”

It’s an active case that’s focused on finding answers.

The scene at the triple homicide, located on KCID Road near Highway 20/26, was so gruesome, the sheriff says it still bothers him today.

“One of the deputies was able to determine…basically a smell coming from that shed,” he said. “Upon further investigation…we find

Read more at: https://www.eastidahonews.com/2018/01/canyon-county-sheriff-triple-homicide-suspect-mike-bullinger-likely-dead/

Alberta triple murderer to face sentencing and family of his victimsAlberta triple murderer to face sentencing and …

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — An Alberta man who butchered a father, his two-year-old daughter and an elderly woman two years ago is expected to come face-to-face today with the families of his victims.

It took a jury just three hours Wednesday to convict Derek Saretzky of three counts of first-degree murder and a fourth charge of causing indignity to a human body.

The 24-year-old murdered Terry Blanchette, his daughter Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette and 69-year-old Hanne Meketech in the Crowsnest Pass area of southwestern Alberta in September 2015.

The jury recommended he not be eligible for parole for 75 years.

Saretzky is scheduled to face sentencing arguments and hear eight impact statements from friends and family members of the three victims.

Crown prosecutor Photini Papadatou expects two or three of them will be read aloud in court.

Defence lawyer Patrick Edgerton told reporters that the case was emotional for everyone involved.

“This has been a tough process for everyone involved

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Derek Saretzky Sentencing: Triple-Murderer Hears From Victims’ Loved Ones

LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — The grandmother of a two-year-old girl killed by triple murderer Derek Saretzky says she can hear screams when she imagines what the child’s final moments must have been like.

Terry-Lynn Dunbar delivered an emotional statement at Saretzky’s sentencing hearing describing the loss of her granddaughter Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette.

“I can hear her screaming in my mind begging for her mom and her dad … The horror she must have endured haunts my every moment,”

Read more at: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2017/06/29/derek-saretzky-sentencing-triple-murderer-hears-from-victims-l_a_23008648/

Jury finds Alberta’s Derek Saretzky guilty of triple murder

GRAPHIC WARNING: This story contains details that may disturb some readers.

It took a jury just three hours Wednesday to convict a young southern Alberta man of the horrific murders of a 69-year-old woman, a young father and his two-year-old daughter, along with a recommendation he be kept in prison for at least the next 75 years.

An emotionless Derek Saretzky, 24, avoided eye contact with the jury but bowed his head while the verdict of guilty on three counts of first-degree murder was read, plus one county of committing an indignity to a body. At the back of the courtroom, friends of his elderly victim wept and hugged each other.

Hanne Meketech had been his first victim in September 2015, followed five days later by Terry Blanchette, 27, and his little girl, Hailey Dunbar-Blanchette.

Both adults were beaten and had their throats slit; the little girl was plucked from her crib and spirited

Read more at: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/alberta/jury-finds-albertas-derek-saretzky-guilty-of-triple-murder/article35485376/

Victims identified in triple homicide

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Investigation continues at triple homicide, 1800 block Forsythia Dr.
Kelly Wilkinson / IndyStar

Update: The Marion County coroner’s office identified the victims of a triple homicide as Mark Higgins, 64, Keith Higgins, 34, and Jessica Carte, 34,

Earlier: For 15 years, Shirley Jackson has called the peaceful street of Forsythia Drive her home.

She was attracted to the east-side neighborhood near 21st Street and Franklin Road because of its tranquility and welcoming neighbors. She said they’re the kind of folks who would wave, smile or lend a hand without hesitation.

So the shock in her voice and on her

Read more at: http://www.indystar.com/story/news/crime/2017/06/01/imdp/361849001/