Were you a Bham resident in 1977?
anon

Ashburn, VA

#22 Jul 25, 2010
Raul wrote:
"Shelia's killer was caught and sent to prison some time in 1978 or so. It was not in the news at the time and was kept quiet for some reason."
Grayfield,
Can you link a citation?
Prior to the first murder in this series there were a string of other murders that may have been connected. The first of which was Donna Serra.
Donna was a 16 year old girl from Ray Township, over in Macomb County. She was about 5'3" and weighed around 110 lbs. She also bore a bit of a resemblence to later victim Jill Robinson. Donna left school around 1:05 pm on Friday September 29th, 1972 over at South Lake High School. It's thought that she was ditching school that day, and decided to hitch a ride to go to the beach for some fun. Hitchhiking in the 1970's was very common back then, ecspecialy for young teens, traveling from place to place. Only on that day she must have been picked up by the wrong man. It'd seem she disappeared without a trace. Just before she'd vanished, she had hitched a ride to a beach over on Lake St. Clair.
During this time Donna was held captive for several days. It wouldn't be until October 20th 1972, when Donna's strangled body would turn up along the side of a road in Ray Township. Police were baffled and the crime soon went unsolved. A theory the police developed in the case was that possibly the killer joined the military after her murder.
Reportedly half the case file on Donna is missing and incomplete. There has been practicly no new info on her murder since it was originally investigated, and remains unsolved with no one currently working the case.
A few years later on January 14, 1976, Cynthia Cadieux a 16 year old girl was abducted off the side of the road. Very early the next day she was found in the snow, beaten, raped, sodomized, and bludgeoned to death. Her nude body was laid out on a rural road in Bloomfield Township. Her corpse had been dragged over the snow covered pavement, and her clothes piled neatly fifteen feet from her body. This Murder would later be attributed to the Oakland County Child Killer, although another man named Bobby J. Anglin was eventually convicted of her murder. For years this murder has been considered unsolved in the media, and stories on the case, even published as unsolved in the book "Wolf in Sheep's Clothing" which is about the Oakland County Child Killings.
Just five days after the murder of Cadieux on January 19, 1976, a teen girl named Sheila Srock was babysitting when an intruder broke into the house. The man raped, sodomized, and shot her to death. The intruder had been a burglar, who had just finished breaking into several other houses in the area. The entire crime was witnessed by a man shoveling snow off his roof across the street. Just like the last murder this one would also be attributed later on to the Oakland County Child Killer. Again this one was solved, and a man named Oliver Rhodes Andrews was convicted and confessed to the murder. This crime is also listed as unsolved for no apparent reason.
http://greatadthulhu.angelfire.com/page2.html
anon

Ashburn, VA

#23 Jul 25, 2010
Oriole wrote:
<quoted text>
http://news.google.com/newspapers...
or, if you prefer:
http://tinyurl.com/ydqn87e
It's an article in the Ludington Daily News stating that Oliver Rhodes Andrews had confessed to the Sheila Srock (by the way, that's the correct spelling of her last name) murder.
It was printed in 1976! Why was the public led to believe her murder might possibly be linked to the OCCK? Who orchestrated this purposeful deceit and why? The Wolf book written in 1988 alluded to her death as being unsolved, as well as many newspaper stories and on present day internet blogs and forums. That book was writte by Tommy MacIntyre at the urging of Robert Robinson, the head of the OCCK Task Force in 1977. He was spoon fed info and facts from the MSP.I smell a rat.
Grayfield

Ashburn, VA

#24 Sep 7, 2010
4/24/2010

The family of one of the victims of the Oakland County Child Killer wants to take the police and the prosecutor to court.

The family of Timmy King is going to file a lawsuit next week against the Michigan State Police and the Oakland County Prosecutor.

They say they've waited long enough for answers in this decades-old mystery, and they want to see the files on one of the Child Killer suspects.

Timmy King was the fourth and final victim of the Oakland County Child Killer – a murderer who abducted 4 children between 1976 and 1977. The killings have never been solved, but with a new lead that came from the King's family in 2006, police started looking into the activities of Christopher Brian Busch.

"They've had this information for 3 Christmases, 3 of Tim's birthdays. Nothing's happened," says Barry King - Timmy King's father.

He says his family is tired of waiting for the Michigan State Police and the Oakland County Prosecutor to wrap up their investigation into Busch. So, his family is going to file a lawsuit against the law enforcement agencies to force them to hand over the records related to Busch.

"We think the public ought to know what happens in these investigations," says King.

Christopher Busch was a convicted pedophile – and the son of a wealthy GM executive. The family lived in Bloomfield Township at the time of the killings. Police reports obtained by Action News show Busch committed suicide in 1978. Sources close to the case say, inside Busch's bedroom police found a sketch of a boy that looked like one of the child killer victims, along with other evidence that prompted the cops to call 2 members of the Child Killer Task Force to the suicide scene.
Grayfield

Ashburn, VA

#25 Sep 7, 2010
In 2008, the state police searched the home where Busch killed himself. Now the King's are frustrated that the state lab still hasn't finished processing the evidence that was recovered during that search. They're losing confidence in the detectives at the helm of this decades-old investigation.

"I went 30 plus years without having any worry at all about the fact that the police were doing a good job on this. I don't sleep as well as I used to. I wake up in the middle of the night thinking about this case and what happened to Tim," says Barry King.

He says Oakland County Prosecutor Jessica Cooper won't talk to him and has only sent letters saying that she won't release the files on Busch. Since Busch has been dead for years, there's no way he can be convicted - and that's why the King's are suing. They want to know everything about Busch, so they can decide on their own if he was the one responsible for their years of heartache.

"What do you think the file might show? I have only hearsay evidence, and statements from people, and review of documents that raise questions that I can't answer. And it's possible there's a cover up, and its possible Christopher Busch was not involved. And in either circumstance, I think we're entitled to answers," says King.

The Michigan State police tell me that they are actively pursuing leads in this case, and they are still processing evidence – but they can't comment on the King's lawsuit, because it's pending litigation.

As for Jessica Cooper – she has not called us back to comment.

http://www.wxyz.com/news/local/story/Family-t...
Grayfield

Ashburn, VA

#26 Sep 7, 2010
6/13/2010

Oakland County Prosecutor Jessica Cooper released the following statement about
the investigation into the Oakland County Child Killer and why her office has
refused to release details about the crimes:

"I understand the great anguish and frustration the King family has suffered for
well over 30 years and continues to suffer. But I am professionally and
ethically prohibited from revealing details of an open, ongoing and, at this
point, inconclusive investigation that could impugn those who may be innocent
and impinge on the privacy of individuals who are not even remotely related to
this case.

"Every couple of years or so, someone comes up with a theory based on disjointed
information that opens up the wounds and causes great agony to the families of
all of the victims by seeding and cultivating further conjecture. One has to
examine the motives of these theorists. I do, however, honestly believe that one
day forensic science and the constant re-examination of the evidence that has
been accumulated over the years will produce an answer that will bring closure
to the families.

"If that investigation produces a level of evidence that would justify charges
against a specific living individual then public disclosure of details of the
investigation compromises the ability to apprehend that individual and endangers
the integrity of any subsequent prosecution. Until that time, however, it lies
with the police agencies to continue their investigation unimpeded or to
conclude that no further investigation would be fruitful."

http://www.hometownlife.com/article/20100613/...
Grayfield

Ashburn, VA

#27 Sep 7, 2010
This was posted on another forum recently.

(Author)- Mybrotherskeeper

Thursday Aug 26 Members of one family were shown photographs from the Busch suicide scene--a photo of Busch on a bed which shows the drawing of a young boy taped on the wall next to the bed. Photo taken from side of bed, directed toward the wall with the drawing taped on it. Also a photo of the ligatures, which appeared to be bloody. From the Bloomfield Township PD report: Busch was lying on his back, rifle by his side aimed at his head. He had been dead for "some time (3-4 days)", although no attempt was made by the medical examiner to pinpoint the date/time of death. The time 9:30 am on 11/20/78, when Busch was found, was used as the date/time of death. A blood alcohol test came back at 0.41%, but the ME noted the "Specimen was decomposed," which apparently results in a higher BA reading.

The report states that Medical Examiner Bishop was called at 9:35 a.m. ME Goebel Brynes arrived at 10:05 a.m. The "Task Force was notified at 10:45A. John Davis and Ron Pierce came to the scene."
Grayfield

Ashburn, VA

#28 Sep 7, 2010
Testing of Busch's hands revealed no gunshot residue, so "no testing for barium was conducted." The report on this evidence was dated 12-6-78. The report does not indicate if Busch was wearing shoes or socks and whether or not the considered the possibility that he may have discharged the gun with his toes.

The police report indicates that on 11-29-78 the complaint status was "closed, all the evidence and information gathered in this case indicate that Christopher Busch committed suicide." There is a hand written note attached to the back of the report which is dated 12-12-78, signed by Busch's father, which read: "22-cal. rifle to be given to Bloomfield Twp Police (Comp #78-5906." The final entry on the report is dated 12-13-78 and reads "Complaint Status: Closed."

The State Lab received the gun, a bullet and four spent cartridge cases from the scene on 12-26-78 (and yes, you read that date correctly). The next day, the lab concluded that the bullet and spent cartridge cases found at the scene were from the .22 rifle found next to Busch.

No mention that the gun, bullet or spent cartridge cases were tested for fingerprints. Just verification that the ammo all came from that gun.
Grayfield

Ashburn, VA

#30 Sep 25, 2010
Greene, meanwhile, was held on a $75,000 bond. Bennett was held on a $15,000 bond.

Greene would go on to be convicted of multiple first-degree criminal sexual conduct charges in 1977. He was sentenced to life in prison that same year.

In 1995, Greene died after serving 18 years of his sentence.

King said Busch, meanwhile, was sentenced to five years of probation and had to pay $2,400 in court costs.

This was despite Busch’s two previous convictions, King said.

“He never spent a day in jail,” he said.

Records on Bennett’s case were not readily available.

[b]A family’s influence?

Timothy King was kidnapped from a grocery store parking lot March 16, 1977, near the family’s home in Birmingham. He was found March 22, just south of the Oakland County line in Livonia.

Busch’s body would be discovered the morning of Nov. 20, 1978 in a bedroom of his family’s home in Bloomfield Township.

He had a single gunshot would to the head. It was ruled a suicide.

It was reported Busch had four criminal cases against him at the time of his death.

The task force investigating the Oakland County Child Killer case was notified the morning his body was found, according to Bloomfield Township police report.

King said a drawing of a boy resembling a different victim, Mark Stebbins, was at the suicide scene, as were bloody ligatures according to information recorded by investigators looking into the apparent suicide.

Stebbins was one of the other Oakland County Child Killer’s victims.

Police, King said, now can’t find the ligatures. Police have declined to comment on the details of the case.

The first task force that was put together to find the killer disbanded that December.

MORE AT: Reminder WITH VIDEO
http://www.theoaklandpress.com/articles/2010/...
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Grayfield

Ashburn, VA

#31 Oct 28, 2010
October 27, 2010 http://detnews.com/article/20101027/OPINION03...

Murder victim's family still hits roadblocks in search for killer

MARNEY RICH KEENAN

A year after Barry King went public with the most promising lead in the 33-year-old history of the unsolved Oakland County child killings, the father of 11-year-old victim Timothy King says he is no closer to finding out who killed his son. The family contends that the more law enforcement puts up roadblocks, the more they are convinced there is a concerted effort to conceal evidence.

"I am sure there is a cover-up, and if it ever comes out, we will be astounded at the depths of the depravity and how many people know about it, says Cathy Broad, Timothy King's older sister and an attorney.

The Kings believe that Chris Busch, a convicted pedophile and son of a prominent General Motors executive living in the Birmingham area, is responsible for the reign of terror during which four children were kidnapped, and killed during 13 months from 1976 to 1977. Busch, 27, committed suicide shortly after the killings stopped.

The Kings want to know why Busch eluded police radar for 30 years. And too, why did the Busch name never surface until 2006?

Four years ago, an ex-neighbor and polygrapher, Patrick Coffey, called the Kings to say a fellow polygrapher confided to him that Busch implicated himself in the Oakland County child killings during a polygraph exam conducted 30 years ago.

The Kings gave that lead to the Livonia Police Department, which worked the case with the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office. But a year ago, law enforcement agencies closed ranks and stopped talking to the King family.

Last spring, Barry King sued the Oakland County Prosecutor's Office and the Michigan State Police through the Michigan Freedom of Information Act for the records on Busch. In the six months since the FOIA complaint was filed against the prosecutor, the case has been to the state Court of Appeals and the state Supreme Court.

In the Michigan State Police case, Oakland County Circuit Judge Colleen A. O'Brien ordered Barry King to deposit $6,000 in escrow before the court determines what files will be made available.

"The FOIA is supposed to be a 'pro-disclosure statute,'" says Chris King, Timothy King's older brother. "But it will be rendered meaningless if we lose this case. If you can't get 33-year-old files on a thrice-convicted pedophile who has been dead for more than 30 years, what can you get?"

Charles Barbieri, a Lansing attorney who specializes in First Amendment and media law, says the "procedural maneuvering" on the part of the prosecutor "frustrates" the intent of the law. In addition, the prosecutor's argument against opening the records "doesn't suffice."

"You have to demonstrate that by revealing this aspect of the investigation you would jeopardize it," said Barbieri.

"Or demonstrate that something adverse could occur — and what you have here is devoid of sufficient information to make that conclusion."
woody

Brentwood, TN

#33 Dec 4, 2010
In late spring-early summer of 1977 I was skateboarding behind then Farmer Jacks at the intersection of 8 mile and Grand River in Livonia. That part of the parking lot was never used, possibly was ment for future stores. I was alone, and seemingly out of nowhere a car slowly approached and stopped close by. A slender white male, maybe 150-165 pounds. Got out of his car and started a conversation with me. He was all smiles and was trying to use his car as "bait"....asking me if I wanted a ride, he just got it and it was really fast and would let me drive etc. He was coming around the car and talking, not in a hurry but approaching.

I ran as fast as I could.....I lived within a block and was home within seconds it seemed.

Maybe 11-12 yrs ago, I called the Oakland county police and gave them my best description of the car, the man, and the events. I wanted to see if there were any pictures I could view based on my story. They didnt seem interested in helping.

This happened within miles of where timothy king was found and I have always wondered if this was the man, or someone involved at the very least.

If I saw a picture of the man, I'd still know him. I am currently trying to find pictures on-line of the listed suspects but everything is recent.

The man was late 20's, early 30's. Longer hair, not to the shoulders though. Light brown/sandy blonde hair with mustache and sideburns. The car was newer, redish-brown paint, black roof-vinyl maybe.

I would like to see pictures of the suspects from that time frame. I would know him if I saw a picture of him
Grayfield

Ashburn, VA

#34 Dec 28, 2010
December 28, 2010 http://detnews.com/article/20101228/METRO02/1...

Pedophile allegedly linked to ’77 Oakland County slaying

MARNEY RICH KEENAN
The Detroit News

For the last 33 years, Barry King and his family have sought to learn who killed his 11-year-old son in 1977, one of four children who were abducted and murdered in the mid-1970s in Oakland County.

For the past three years, King was convinced that he knew the answer.

And today, following the recent court-ordered release of 3,400 pages of investigative records compiled by the Michigan State Police, King says it is clear to him that Christopher Busch, a pedophile who was convicted four times of rape with a minor, was involved in the killing of Timothy King.

"I am now more convinced than ever," King said in an interview.

But the Michigan State Police, who head a task force investigation into the crimes, decline comment. They say the investigation is still active.

The documents were released as the result of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit brought by the King family against the State Police. A judge ordered the agency to release the investigative files. The agency has billed the King family $11,000 for the documents, though the court will ultimately decide what charges, if any, there will be.

The records reveal: Busch had been charged, and later convicted, four times in the first three months of 1977 with criminal sexual conduct with a minor in four counties: Oakland, Montmorency, Genesee and Midland. With each charge, Busch's father, H. Lee Busch (a prominent General Motors executive) posted cash bonds to free his son. One of his victims said Busch's mother drove to his Flint neighborhood in a limousine, offering him money if he agreed not to say anything to the police. Busch pleaded to a lesser charge and received probation in each of the four cases.

Other children molested by Busch and his companion Gregory Greene told the Oakland County Child Killings Task Force in 1977 that the two men would drive them around in their cars and would have them "lure kids closer to the car by talking to them." One victim said he had been choked unconscious while being molested.
Grayfield

Ashburn, VA

#35 Dec 28, 2010
This victim also said he recognized photos of Timothy as being the same boy seen with Busch. He said he saw a Polaroid photo of Timothy tied up in Busch's car.

In an Oakland County Child Killing Task Force interview about his pedophile activity, Busch is said to have listed the locations where he picked up and dropped off boys in the same chronological order that matched the abduction sites of the other three Oakland County children who were killed: Nine Mile and Woodward Avenue in Ferndale (the same location from which Mark Stebbins disappeared), 13 Mile and Woodward in Royal Oak (Jill Robinson was last seen near the Tiny Tim Hobby Center) and the 7-Eleven on 12 Mile in Berkley (where Kristine Mihelich went to purchase a teen magazine). Timothy had not yet been abducted.

On March 16, 1977, Timothy was kidnapped near a Birmingham drugstore and was found six days later alongside a road in Livonia. King said the records are proof that if Busch had been detained by police, his son might be alive today.

Busch questioned, released

Busch lived in Birmingham while the community was being terrorized by the rash of kidnappings and murders of the four children that began in February 1976 and ended with Timothy's death on March 22, 1977. Each child's body was clean, fully dressed and tossed by public roadsides. All were found in Oakland County except Timothy, who was found in Wayne County.

In late January 1977, Busch, then 27, was facing a rape charge in Flint and was questioned by Flint and task force investigators about the murder of Mark Stebbins, the first victim in the Oakland County child killings. According to the records, several investigators and then-Deputy Oakland County Prosecutor Dick Thompson thought Busch would be charged with the Stebbins murder, based on his criminal record and responses to investigators. But after a lie detector test was administered by Michigan State Police examiner Ralph Cabot, Busch was released.

Six weeks later, Timothy was abducted and murdered.
Grayfield

Ashburn, VA

#36 Dec 28, 2010
Busch committed suicide in November 1978. The State Police records reveal evidence left at the suicide scene that might have linked Busch to the killings was never pursued by law enforcement. The evidence included ropes and ligatures found on the floor of his bedroom closet and a drawing closely resembling first victim Mark Stebbins that hung on his bedroom wall.

"I still think it is possible there was a cover-up," King said. "I also want to know why it took over 30 years for the Chris Busch lead to be uncovered."

Michigan State Police Capt. Harold Love said he has no comment on the release of the records, adding: "We continue to work the case and pursue all leads."

Reports reveal evidence

Part of the reason King and his children said they are suspicious of the investigation is because the family, not law enforcement, was responsible for bringing the Busch lead to light. Timothy's mother, Marion, died in 2004.

In 2006, former neighbor Patrick Coffey, a licensed polygrapher, called the Kings with information that Larry Wasser, a Southfield polygrapher, had confided to him that Busch had implicated himself in the child killings during a polygraph exam he conducted more than 30 years ago.

Armed with Busch's name, Detective Sgt. Cory Williams of the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office and Detective Sgt. Garry Gray of the Michigan State Police examined the State Police records, conducted their own investigation and uncovered the circumstantial evidence tying him and Greene to the killings.

Other findings in the State Police report: A tip was called into the Montmorency Sheriff's Department while Busch was at his family cottage on Ess Lake near Hillman. A woman pleaded with police to go to the cottage, saying she had seen Busch — known to her as a pedophile out on bond — in town with minors. The call came on March 19, 1977, during the time Timothy was missing, which was between March 16 and March 22. There was no indication that law enforcement acted on the tip. A former cellmate of Greene's told detectives Williams and Gray that Greene said "he got away with killing four kids in the past." Greene died in prison of a heart attack in 1995. He was 45.

In early 2008, Williams enlisted three independent polygraph examiners to re-examine the original polygraphs of Busch and Greene that led to Busch's release in the Stebbins investigation. Their findings are blocked out in the documents the King family received.
Grayfield

Ashburn, VA

#37 Dec 28, 2010
In April 2008, in an interview with the FBI in New York City, Charles Busch, Christopher Busch's only living sibling, requested that as a condition for supplying his DNA, family members living in Michigan be allowed to enter a "witness protection-type program." He also said that later in his life, his father, H. Lee Busch, who died at age 90 in 2002, shredded all of the family documents, including birth certificates.

Prosecutor refuses to talk

In light of this evidence, King said he feels some vindication in his pursuit of information but failure in his pursuit of justice. He said he wants to meet with Oakland County Prosecutor Jessica Cooper, but she has refused to talk with him.

"The Michigan Constitution says that crime victims have a right to confer with the prosecutor," King said.

"I will feel like justice has been served when the Oakland County prosecutor explains to me why Busch is not guilty. I am sick and tired of a four-time convicted sexual pedophile being treated better than my family and the families of Mark Stebbins, Kristine Mihelich and Jill Robinson."

Cooper responded in an e-mail that she cannot comment because "there is an active, open and ongoing investigation that would be compromised by the release of any information regarding Christopher Busch."

The King family also filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the Oakland County prosecutor seeking its Busch-related files. Oakland County Circuit Judge Wendy Potts decided against the Kings, saying the prosecutor's information on Busch was "sensitive," and disclosure of the information could interfere with the investigation. However, the judge urged the prosecutor "to communicate as openly and freely as possible with Plaintiffs and other family members of the OCCK victims."

When asked if he felt the documents were worth $11,000, King replied: "It was Tim's college money."


cody

Brighton, MI

#38 Jan 17, 2011
"This victim also said he recognized photos of Timothy as being the same boy seen with Busch. He said he saw a Polaroid photo of Timothy tied up in Busch's car."

No one seems to be posting here ?
I think it should be reactivated.
Above ?? If someone had Tim ?? As high profile as that case was, with cops and people looking everywhere, do you really think that was Tim King in the car being driven around ?? Tied or not ?
I think Lamborgine and Busch might have envied the person who had Tim and got look a likes ?
But, no one is thinking about this ??
The four kids were taken, molested in various ways, killed, and left in a certain ritual ?
Busch didn't do that ?? Neither did Lamborgine ?
Both should be dead. They were monsters. But, neither killed those kids.
I think Busch was murdered for he "might" have known ? Lamborgine "might" know ? I'd be quiet too ? He wants to stay alive ??
I don't think Lamborgine knows. That's why he's still here. Busch was connected with Fox Island. He might have known who the killer was ?
Many of these people were murdered. None were suicides.
I wish people would come back and post here ??
cody

United States

#39 Jan 21, 2011
Who is Dan Webster ?? If the name is right ??
McKinney's partner ?
Grayfield

Winona, MN

#40 Jan 22, 2011
A new book has emerged. A Portrait in Snow. M.F. Cribari
ISBN10-: 1432768026 at Amizon.
Exposes the events of many key players in this tragedy.
Good read.
cody

United States

#41 Jan 22, 2011
Yes, it does. Why it took 35 years is beyond me ?
rancher

United States

#42 Feb 24, 2011
eS
anon wrote:
<quoted text> In 1976, I lived in Birmingham on Yosemite, just a block or two from Villa where Sheila Schrock was babysitting. I don't know why I've been thinking about this case so much lately. But I always thought that it involved 3 or more men. I wonder where I could find a case report or even newspaper articles re: this case.
Prior to the first murder in this series there were a string of other murders that may have been connected. The first of which was Donna Serra.
Donna was a 16 year old girl from Ray Township, over in Macomb County. She was about 5'3" and weighed around 110 lbs. She also bore a bit of a resemblence to later victim Jill Robinson. Donna left school around 1:05 pm on Friday September 29th, 1972 over at South Lake High School. It's thought that she was ditching school that day, and decided to hitch a ride to go to the beach for some fun. Hitchhiking in the 1970's was very common back then, ecspecialy for young teens, traveling from place to place. Only on that day she must have been picked up by the wrong man. It'd seem she disappeared without a trace. Just before she'd vanished, she had hitched a ride to a beach over on Lake St. Clair.
During this time Donna was held captive for several days. It wouldn't be until October 20th 1972, when Donna's strangled body would turn up along the side of a road in Ray Township. Police were baffled and the crime soon went unsolved. A theory the police developed in the case was that possibly the killer joined the military after her murder.
Reportedly half the case file on Donna is missing and incomplete. There has been practicly no new info on her murder since it was originally investigated, and remains unsolved with no one currently working the case.
A few years later on January 14, 1976, Cynthia Cadieux a 16 year old girl was abducted off the side of the road. Very early the next day she was found in the snow, beaten, raped, sodomized, and bludgeoned to death. Her nude body was laid out on a rural road in Bloomfield Township. Her corpse had been dragged over the snow covered pavement, and her clothes piled neatly fifteen feet from her body. This Murder would later be attributed to the Oakland County Child Killer, although another man named Bobby J. Anglin was eventually convicted of her murder. For years this murder has been considered unsolved in the media, and stories on the case, even published as unsolved in the book "Wolf in Sheep's Clothing" which is about the Oakland County Child Killings.
Just five days after the murder of Cadieux on January 19, 1976, a teen girl named Sheila Srock was babysitting when an intruder broke into the house. The man raped, sodomized, and shot her to death. The intruder had been a burglar, who had just finished breaking into several other houses in the area. The entire crime was witnessed by a man shoveling snow off his roof across the street. Just like the last murder this one would also be attributed later on to the Oakland County Child Killer. Again this one was solved, and a man named Oliver Rhodes Andrews was convicted and confessed to the murder. This crime is also listed as unsolved for no apparent reason.
http://greatadthulhu.angelfire.com/page2.html
rancher

United States

#43 Feb 24, 2011
Re: Sheila Schrock
In 1976 I lived in Birmingham on Yosemite, just a block or two away from Villa where Sheila Schrock was babysitting. I don't know why I've been thinking about this case so much lately, but I always thought that it involved 3 or more men.I wonder where I could find a case report or even newspaper articles re: this case.

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