Jeremy Hernandez and Tina Davidson

Jeremy Hernandez and Tina Davidson

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Becky

Bartlesville, OK

#1 Sep 5, 2007
I am from Independence Kansas, I graduated in 1994,from Independence High School. I recently came across this story of Jeremy murdering this girl! Who was this girl, anyone fill me in. Jeremy was a bit older than me but from what I can remember he was popular! Who was this Tina, did she have children, married, ect. Curious about this as this seems to hit close to home!! I mean this is like a story from court TV! So if anyone knows any juicy details I would Love to hear it! Thanks Becky
JFC

Long Beach, MS

#2 Apr 16, 2008
Becky, That was some time ago. Jeremy was serving time in prison for a different crime, rape (I think) he was DNA'D and thats how he came to be charged with Tina's death.
Tina graduated from IHS in 1986, and yes she had two children( boy, and girl) she worked at ACC I think. Jeremy was convicted of her murder, and I think sentenced to the HARD 40. Thats all I can remember. Hope it helped you out
indy boy

Meade, KS

#3 Jul 29, 2008
becky,
tina was murdered the night before thanksgiving, her car broke down on west main st and evidently jeremy picked her up and they went back to her house where he slit her throat very severly. it was on so 4th st here in town. dont know if he attempted rape or not but something pissed him off. it was investigated for years and finnally a break came in as DNA from another case, thank god for that. i was even questioned by the kbi as a friend of hers and was in her diary, she was gonna come see me to fix her car and never got to get here. bad deal all around
Inside Info

Derby, KS

#4 Oct 29, 2008
I knew Jeremy Hernandez when they got the DNA hit on him while he was finishing his first sentence in Winfield prison. In fact, I was his cell mate when they matched the DNA evidence to him, and I knew him somewhat while we were incarcerated together at the Norton facility. In Norton he was affiliated with a gang, but he broke away from all them. I remember they sent someone to beat him up for it, but he came out on top of that altercation. In Winfield, I found him to be highly intelligent and a deep thinker. Not a follower. We spent some time talking about things. He told me he'd done some terrible things in the past and evidenced real regret, but I was really shocked when I heard about the murder charge. He just vanished one day, and it took a lot of snooping to find out what happened to him and why. In our talks I learned that he'd done a lot of growing up and changing during his incarceration. I have no doubt that he was guilty of that poor lady's murder, but I still have trouble reconciling such a horrible crime to the person I knew. I am a very good judge of character, and though it in no way excuses what he did, I believe he really did become a different person behind bars. Its too bad it took not only Tina's life but his own to make that change happen -- too late.
Hang em high

United States

#5 Oct 29, 2008
Inside info--yah, I'll bet you are a good judge of character, being a jailbird and all, where you meet those with the best character. This Sounds like something his family would write. Guess it didn't occur to him to confess to what he did, since he did so much changing and growing up. Let him rot for 40. The only reason he's sorry is that he got caught.
crbyd

United States

#6 Oct 29, 2008
You were in prison with him and your a good judge of character.

Jeeze, Mr. Inside Info. shut the F*** up.
Inside Info

Derby, KS

#7 Nov 11, 2008
lol...
Not everyone that goes to prison is guilty, but I suppose that's too much to wrap your small minds around. Not that its any of your business, but I simply made a dumb mistake that I paid for to the utmost. I've never been in trouble before or since, but I'm sure you don't care about details like that.
I mention being a good judge of character because I was really surprised to hear about his new charges. He's guilty; let him rot in prison, period, I happen to agree.
No, I'm not related to him; I knew him second hand for a year or so and personally for just a month or two. It just goes to show that you never really know someone -- had you met the person I thought I knew you'd have been shocked too.
I don't know the details of what Jeremy did, only that it was horrible and unforgivable. My heart goes out to Tina's family and friends. I only wrote on this board because Becky seemed like a nice lady and asked for info. Sounds like the guy she knew didn't jive with being a murderer either...

Since: Feb 08

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#8 Nov 11, 2008
Inside Info wrote:
lol...
Not everyone that goes to prison is guilty, but I suppose that's too much to wrap your small minds around. Not that its any of your business, but I simply made a dumb mistake that I paid for to the utmost. I've never been in trouble before or since, but I'm sure you don't care about details like that.
I mention being a good judge of character because I was really surprised to hear about his new charges. He's guilty; let him rot in prison, period, I happen to agree.
No, I'm not related to him; I knew him second hand for a year or so and personally for just a month or two. It just goes to show that you never really know someone -- had you met the person I thought I knew you'd have been shocked too.
I don't know the details of what Jeremy did, only that it was horrible and unforgivable. My heart goes out to Tina's family and friends. I only wrote on this board because Becky seemed like a nice lady and asked for info. Sounds like the guy she knew didn't jive with being a murderer either...
Very well said 'inside info' and I am proud of you for staying out of trouble. Don't let people get to you. They are the guilty ones. A lot of people are in prison right now that aren't guilty because they didn't have the money to fight the charges. I pray for them! I didn't know Jeremy but I know people that did and they, too, were shocked at this. It freaked a lot of people out when they found out because they had partied with him and let him stay at their house. Makes you wonder how something like that happens. I'm sure alcohol and drugs are a great part of the problem. God be with you and stay on the right track!
Wow

United States

#9 Nov 11, 2008
He was able to present himself as innocent to a number of people but I know for a fact that he was abusive in previous relationships, he had a hard time letting go of a relationship and he was into stalking women, there was a very dark side of him that he only brought out when he didn't have an audience....

Since: Feb 08

Location hidden

#10 Nov 11, 2008
Wow wrote:
He was able to present himself as innocent to a number of people but I know for a fact that he was abusive in previous relationships, he had a hard time letting go of a relationship and he was into stalking women, there was a very dark side of him that he only brought out when he didn't have an audience....
Obviously
anonymous

Wichita, KS

#11 Jan 5, 2010
i saw the crime scene photos and have been in the house...pretty gruesome stuff...bad way to die
Oh My

Coffeyville, KS

#12 Jan 5, 2010
Becky wrote:
I am from Independence Kansas, I graduated in 1994,from Independence High School. I recently came across this story of Jeremy murdering this girl! Who was this girl, anyone fill me in. Jeremy was a bit older than me but from what I can remember he was popular! Who was this Tina, did she have children, married, ect. Curious about this as this seems to hit close to home!! I mean this is like a story from court TV! So if anyone knows any juicy details I would Love to hear it! Thanks Becky
Becky, please consider the unimaginable pain that is associated with this issue, a mom, a dad and two children not counting the rest of the families on both sides. This is horrible and traumatic not "juicy" my goodness young one please consider others before you choose to air an morbid curiosity. Im not bashing you only requesting some thought, perhaps it is close to home all the more reason to be discrete,kind,gentle etc...
anonymous

Dallas, TX

#13 Apr 12, 2010
I knew Jeremy in college. spent lots of time with him and visited his house met his parents. Good people. Very normal upbringing. but i found out later he beat his girl friends and had a very dark side. I couldnt believe he raped a women then killed another. Too bad they just dont kill him, he is broken. Who cares why, just needs to be eliminated from the planet. This is comming from a person who actually used to be good friends with him. Just goes to show you dont really know anyone. Very sorry to the friends and the families who have had everything taken from them. Wish he would get the death penalty. It is unfair he continues to live his life, in prison or not. While the families have to suffer daily and be reminded of their lose and get no closure. Just a shame he is still alive that is all. and sorry.
iceman

Bolton, MS

#14 Apr 13, 2010
anonymous wrote:
i saw the crime scene photos and have been in the house...pretty gruesome stuff...bad way to die
ya bad, check whith the webb, there will be blood! on somthing like this ?
yeah right

Chanute, KS

#16 Apr 13, 2010
There Will Be Blood wrote:
I didn't know these people and Ms. Davidson's family used another establishment. Of course, I have experience in situations such as these and I sincerely hope that is what you are referring to.
They are digging you Zach because way back when you were talked about as a person of interest all over town back when you were on drugs and out of control. I sincerely hope you realize what they are refering to, lol, you can change your ways but you cant undo your past, it will follow you to your grave.
I wonder

Wichita, KS

#18 Apr 13, 2010
I'm really wondering why the hell this post had to be reincarnated after 2 years...let the lady rest in peace....jeez....it had been dormant since November of 2008 and then someone has to pop off in January 2010..and it sat for 2 more months until someone felt the need to pop in...STOP THE INSANITY PEOPLE...enough is enough

Since: Mar 10

United States

#20 Apr 13, 2010
They need a Judge It button that says F U. >:(
yeah right

Chanute, KS

#21 Apr 14, 2010
If you point out facts that just happen to embarass or make me uncomfortable, I as a volunteer editor will submit feedback to have a post removed. "I'm tellin Dad (or Mom)!!" <-- sound familiar?
anti-BILListic missive

United States

#22 Apr 14, 2010
Some people make mistakes in life in which the damage is mostly self-inflicted. Other people make mistakes in which they seem to take an almost perverse pleasure in making other people's life anything from uncomfortable to perhaps even pure hell. Hopefully, redemption comes in the form of lost respect, lost business, etc.!!!
Hmmmm

Delaware, OK

#24 Apr 14, 2010
There Will Be Blood wrote:
I agree. And note that any posts meant to cause me anguish only brings others pain, Bob. Any more will result in removal of the thread.
Who the hell is Bob? Was this another suspect?

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