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$10,000 reward offered in slaying of Iron Hill woman in Cecil County

There are 24 comments on the www.delawareonline.com story from Nov 20, 2009, titled $10,000 reward offered in slaying of Iron Hill woman in Cecil County. In it, www.delawareonline.com reports that:

A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individuals involved in the slaying of an Iron Hill woman during a home invasion robbery in Chesapeake City, MD.

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hey

Marlinton, WV

#1 Nov 21, 2009
Someone needs to step forward. This is awful. I can't believe no one knows anything. This poor woman did not deserve this.Have a heart and tell what you know not for the money but for her.
whats wrong with people

Hillsboro, WV

#2 Jan 4, 2010
No one has no information on this.Com e on people have a heart.What if it was a family member of yours.you would want someone to tell.
No Name

Overland Park, KS

#3 Apr 22, 2010
Crime
Joel Milburn and Seth Jedlicka, Maryland Murder Suspects, Captured in Miami



By Kyle Munzenrieder, Tuesday, Mar. 16 2010 @ 3:23PM
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Categories: Crime

via WSVN​U.S. Marshals Captured two men wanted for the murder of a Maryland woman late last year after they were tipped off the pair was in Miami.

Joel Milburn, 20 and Seth Jedlicka, only 17, were arrested today at the Motel Blanco at 5255 Biscayne Blvd.

They are two of four men believed to be involved in the murder of Terri Ann McCoy, 40. She was murdered at her parents farm house in rural Chesapeake City, MD on November 4, 2009. The four young men burst into the family house and held member at gunpoint while they stole about $600,000 in jewelry and other valuables. caught the arrest on tape.
No Name

United States

#4 Apr 22, 2010
Murder Fugitives Arrested in Miami Hotel
Two men were wanted for a murder in Maryland
By TODD WRIGHT
Updated 5:50 PM EDT, Tue, Mar 16, 2010



The U.S. Marshals Service has arrested two men wanted in a slaying that occurred in a home invasion in Maryland last year.

Joel Milburn, 20, and 17-year-old Seth Jedlicka were arrested Monday in a Miami hotel.

They are awaiting extradition to Maryland.

Milburn and Jedlicka were wanted in the slaying of 40-year-old Terri Ann McCoy of Iron Hill, Del., in a home invasion on Nov. 4. McCoy was shot during the robbery at her parents' farmhouse in Chesapeake City. The group stole about $600,000 in jewelry and other property.

It's unclear why Milburn and Jedlicka were in Miami, but they were finally tracked down at 5255 Biscayne Blvd. Both are from the Maryland area.

Earlier this month, two other men were charged in the robbery and slaying.
No Name

United States

#5 Apr 22, 2010
There is more to this McCoy family then meets the eye. First let me say the in no way do I justify the murder of Terri McCoy for no reason. The McCoy family started out making their money in a very shady way,and had almost nothing. They built a house using ill gotten materials and then sold it at almost 100% all profit. This was back in the late 60's or 70's. Through more shady dealings they started purchasing houses in Brookmont farms a slum type development. There were shady realtors and bankers involved and they bought the forclosed homes for only a few thousand dollars through insider tips. They became involved with section 8 housing and more shady dealings continued.Not for one minute do I believe that 5 or $600,000 thousand dollars worth of jewels were stolen. I say its an insurance scam. The family needs to be investigated.
No Name

United States

#6 Apr 22, 2010
This family would rent the Brookmont houses out to section 8 people and when they'd move they would clam that the stove and other appliences were damaged and get paid for replacement of them by section 8 insoectors. There was nothing wrong with the appliences..but the had something scamed up and would keep the stoves and reuse them and stuff the money in their pocket that section 8 paid them. It goes on and on.
No Name

United States

#7 Apr 22, 2010
Stolen materials such as ac units, lumber, paint, appliances and other such stuff was used to rehab these Brookmont houses and other run-down property. Again it continues. That's how the family made their money from crooked dealings all the way. They would hire people that were down on their luck to do work for them and pay them under the table..and even these people got beat out of money when it came time to pay them for their labor.
Grandpa

UK

#8 Apr 22, 2010
I think there was cash in the home, not just the jewels, and that they pissed someone off that worked for them. Then this pissed off person knew Terri collected rent money and would have it at the farmhouse. It don't take much to figure it all out. A check of insurance claims would be easy enough to support what I'm saying. I don't think the insurance would cover large amounts of cash so they said jewery was stolen. People that wish to hide money so they don't have to pay taxes on it don't put the money in the bank where it would leave a paper trail. I know people that worked for them and sold them stuff over the years.
Jim Bob

Montréal, Canada

#9 Apr 22, 2010
I think their crooks.
eeee

Utica, MI

#10 Jun 14, 2010
they missed over 1 million in cash when they robbed her, looked right passed it.
Jim Bob

New York, NY

#11 Jun 14, 2010
eeee wrote:
they missed over 1 million in cash when they robbed her, looked right passed it.
You mean cash from being a crook like the McCoys are?
Terrie

Singapore

#12 Jun 15, 2010
I'm not a crook.
Just Saying

Water View, VA

#13 Jun 15, 2010
It is just not a safe practice to keep so much cash stashed at your home. If you are accepting cash rent payments from people struggling and living in let's say not the nicest neighborhoods sooner or later people are going to figure out you have a lot of cash either on your person, in your vehicle or on your property. Very poor decisions here whether the McCoy family are crooks or not. No one deserved to die that is for sure but obviously you cannot put yourself in a bad situation by making bad decisions.
Tammy

San Jose, CA

#14 Jun 15, 2010
That's life you play the game and some loose.
Jose

Wilmington, DE

#15 Jun 16, 2010
Just Saying wrote:
It is just not a safe practice to keep so much cash stashed at your home. If you are accepting cash rent payments from people struggling and living in let's say not the nicest neighborhoods sooner or later people are going to figure out you have a lot of cash either on your person, in your vehicle or on your property. Very poor decisions here whether the McCoy family are crooks or not. No one deserved to die that is for sure but obviously you cannot put yourself in a bad situation by making bad decisions.
Interesting
mess_

North East, MD

#16 Sep 15, 2010
i love how everyone is pointing fingers at the victims.. look at the evidence! There are 4 people that were involved... they are murderers!! This family did not deserve any of there!! How they make money is their own business, good for them that they are successful with it! TAKE NOTES! God Bless Terri!
One who knows

West Chester, PA

#17 Nov 29, 2010
Just so you all know, in case you haven't been following THE FACTS (funny thing, those facts)...

Four men have been convicted, all have confessed to this, and told how they got the information that led them to the home.

It has nothing to do with section 8, insurance scams, I saw Terri Ann in her casket. I don't know who you conspiracy theorists are, but she is most certainly dead. And buried. And left behind a very grieving family.

I hope to hell that none of you ever, ever have to deal with this kind of tragedy.
RANGER RICK

Moline, IL

#18 Nov 29, 2010
One who knows wrote:
Just so you all know, in case you haven't been following THE FACTS (funny thing, those facts)...
Four men have been convicted, all have confessed to this, and told how they got the information that led them to the home.
It has nothing to do with section 8, insurance scams, I saw Terri Ann in her casket. I don't know who you conspiracy theorists are, but she is most certainly dead. And buried. And left behind a very grieving family.
I hope to hell that none of you ever, ever have to deal with this kind of tragedy.
Did you poke her with your finger to make sure she was really dead?
One who knows

West Chester, PA

#19 Nov 29, 2010
RANGER RICK wrote:
<quoted text>Did you poke her with your finger to make sure she was really dead?
Really? Should I show up at your kids' funeral and poke them with a stick? Or should I maybe make a big deal of putting a mirror under their nose to see if there's condensation.

Whatever. Even if you are a freaking idiot, i don't with this kind of grief upon you and your family
One who knows

West Chester, PA

#20 Nov 29, 2010
RANGER RICK wrote:
<quoted text>Did you poke her with your finger to make sure she was really dead?
Or, Ooh, I know what would be way more fun, how bout we dress them up and take them to the movies. a, la Weekend at Bernies.
That would be a riot. I would take your photo, for a souvenir keychain.

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