Unsolved Seacrest murders from back in the early 90s i think?

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Haywood Jablome

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Oct 28, 2009
 
Does anyone know what happened besides NOTHING about the unsolved double murders back in the early 90s?
Things i have heard be it rumor or truth i do not know... it looked to be a professional hit. The murder or murders took time to dig the bullets out to avoid leaving evidence.Both victims had there throat slashed and also been shot professional hit style.
It was over an unpaid drug debt. People say who is "suspected" to be behind it but never charged.
It practically doesnt exsist on the internet. It seems to be brushed under the rug on purpose.
I am just curious because i see all the unsolved murder threads popping up but no talk of this one.
This one has always bothered me because of the lack of time or attention it got from the police in trying to solve it.
Anyone know whats up with that? Anything new since then?

HJ
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Oct 28, 2009
 
I remember this too. A very sad case. I don't remember all the details, just that it was a young couple. I've heard rumors of what it was over, but since that's all they are, I can't say much other than I hope answers are found. Sometimes we just have to wait for God to take care of what man can't or sometimes won't.
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Oct 28, 2009
 
From what I had read, it sounded like a professional hit. How can you pull up info about the crime? I had heard some stuff too, and it wasn't very good. I think law enforcement tried to solve this crime, but the guilty party didn't make many mistakes or leave enough evidence to solve the case. After this happened, I was scared to go to sleep at night. It was so cruel! I don't know how anyone can do that to another person and not go crazy!!! DNA evidence has come a long way, I wonder if they could exhume the bodies and re-check for evidence that wouldn't have been "findable" at that time period. Or maybe they saved evidence that was not helpful at that time that could offer some answers now with the new processes that are available?
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I remember this too. A very sad case. I don't remember all the details, just that it was a young couple. I've heard rumors of what it was over, but since that's all they are, I can't say much other than I hope answers are found. Sometimes we just have to wait for God to take care of what man can't or sometimes won't.
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Oct 28, 2009
 
I don't agree with you about lack of working on this case. I think they did all they could at that time. That crime happened before a lot of the new processes were available. These days (in CSI days), crime scenes are so solvable, that we forget that back then, all these complicated processes were not available. I don't know but if they "thought" they knew who done it, and took them to court tried them and lost due to lack of evidence, they wouldn't be able to take them into custody and try them again if something else popped up later, would they? It would be better for it to be solved years later with a solid case than to let a killer get away forever because you couldn't prove him or her or them guilty immediately.
Haywood Jablome wrote:
Does anyone know what happened besides NOTHING about the unsolved double murders back in the early 90s?
Things i have heard be it rumor or truth i do not know... it looked to be a professional hit. The murder or murders took time to dig the bullets out to avoid leaving evidence.Both victims had there throat slashed and also been shot professional hit style.
It was over an unpaid drug debt. People say who is "suspected" to be behind it but never charged.
It practically doesnt exsist on the internet. It seems to be brushed under the rug on purpose.
I am just curious because i see all the unsolved murder threads popping up but no talk of this one.
This one has always bothered me because of the lack of time or attention it got from the police in trying to solve it.
Anyone know whats up with that? Anything new since then?
HJ
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Oct 28, 2009
 
i wonder if it was a drug deal gone bad.i always heard they were involved with drugs but thats a rumor that went around for year's
Haywood Jablome

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Oct 29, 2009
 
Shocked wrote:
I don't agree with you about lack of working on this case. I think they did all they could at that time. That crime happened before a lot of the new processes were available. These days (in CSI days), crime scenes are so solvable, that we forget that back then, all these complicated processes were not available. I don't know but if they "thought" they knew who done it, and took them to court tried them and lost due to lack of evidence, they wouldn't be able to take them into custody and try them again if something else popped up later, would they? It would be better for it to be solved years later with a solid case than to let a killer get away forever because you couldn't prove him or her or them guilty immediately.
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I personally heard from a long time head detective that they are almost certain they know who did it (had it done by professionals rather) and why it was done (drugs).
The problem is... like you said, being able to prove it and according to him the "suspect" is a very high standard gentleman of our community. He contributes large amounts to our local needs including allot of money toward law enforcement.
Now, i have no idea how true this is.. but it came from a very close friend of over 20 years who worked on the case for a while.
I know who he is talking about but to be quiet honest i do not care to somehow put my life in danger by naming rich violent murderers on an open forum.
No matter what, in the end its not us that will accuse him and judge him by his actions... im pretty sure his after death elevator is going south for eternity.
HJ
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Oct 30, 2009
 
I had also heard that they "thought" they knew who was responsible but did not have the SOLID eveidence they would need for a conviction. Hopes were that something would happen so they could prove beyond a shadow of a doubt who was involved. If they had arrested and tried someone, and lost, that person would not be able to be tried again ever, even if the SOLID evidence they were looking for surfaced. I had also talked to someone who was involved in the investigation. It's kind of scary that someone like that is still free. I think that both of us got the same story from people who had worked the case.
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Well,
I personally heard from a long time head detective that they are almost certain they know who did it (had it done by professionals rather) and why it was done (drugs).
The problem is... like you said, being able to prove it and according to him the "suspect" is a very high standard gentleman of our community. He contributes large amounts to our local needs including allot of money toward law enforcement.
Now, i have no idea how true this is.. but it came from a very close friend of over 20 years who worked on the case for a while.
I know who he is talking about but to be quiet honest i do not care to somehow put my life in danger by naming rich violent murderers on an open forum.
No matter what, in the end its not us that will accuse him and judge him by his actions... im pretty sure his after death elevator is going south for eternity.
HJ
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Oct 30, 2009
 
Oh yeah, I think that elevator may be set on turbo speed. I looked at the Caldwell County Sheriff's Cold Case link. I think it said the murders were in 1990. Nineteen years have gone by. If the person was 40, he or she would be almost 60. If whoever was 50-60, they would have to be 70-80.
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Well,
I personally heard from a long time head detective that they are almost certain they know who did it (had it done by professionals rather) and why it was done (drugs).
The problem is... like you said, being able to prove it and according to him the "suspect" is a very high standard gentleman of our community. He contributes large amounts to our local needs including allot of money toward law enforcement.
Now, i have no idea how true this is.. but it came from a very close friend of over 20 years who worked on the case for a while.
I know who he is talking about but to be quiet honest i do not care to somehow put my life in danger by naming rich violent murderers on an open forum.
No matter what, in the end its not us that will accuse him and judge him by his actions... im pretty sure his after death elevator is going south for eternity.
HJ
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Oct 31, 2009
 
Every time it is election year this case comes up. Promised arrest each time, but for the past 19 years the end result is always the same.
Sweetiepie

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Oct 31, 2009
 
If I remember correctly Unsolved Mysteries was coming here to do a program on the murders. Then nothing. I heard (not sure) that the families of the couple called it off. It might have helped then. Somebody might have seen something and not remember until they saw the show.
Haywood Jablome

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Well,
If it was who i was told they "suspected" did it the man is in his late 50s to early 60s, still lives here, still has truck loads of money, still has "pull" and its still...(you might want to sit down on this one first)...a cheating BISEXUAL that is married with grown children.
Money money money... seems to make people turn there heads even on the sexuality of there spouse.
What a shame.

HJ
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Why in the world would they call it off? If it had been my family, I would have wanted them to come and help, wouldn't you?
Sweetiepie wrote:
If I remember correctly Unsolved Mysteries was coming here to do a program on the murders. Then nothing. I heard (not sure) that the families of the couple called it off. It might have helped then. Somebody might have seen something and not remember until they saw the show.
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Nov 1, 2009
 
Are you serious? I can't figure out who that is...Anymore clues that you can safely provide? Have they been an elected official of any type? OR just in some type of business?
Haywood Jablome wrote:
Well,
If it was who i was told they "suspected" did it the man is in his late 50s to early 60s, still lives here, still has truck loads of money, still has "pull" and its still...(you might want to sit down on this one first)...a cheating BISEXUAL that is married with grown children.
Money money money... seems to make people turn there heads even on the sexuality of there spouse.
What a shame.
HJ
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Are you serious? I can't figure out who that is...Anymore clues that you can safely provide? Have they been an elected official of any type? OR just in some type of business?
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I don't know anything about he bisexual part. But if it's the one I'm thinking of, he is or was a business owner in this county. Again, not enough evidence to bring to trial. I don't even think there is enough circumstantial evidence to prove it.
Haywood Jablome

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I don't know anything about he bisexual part. But if it's the one I'm thinking of, he is or was a business owner in this county. Again, not enough evidence to bring to trial. I don't even think there is enough circumstantial evidence to prove it.
Confirmed... was and still IS a business owner. Still is bisexual. No im not bisexual or gay. Ive known his "partners" ofr 20+ years and they talk a little to much when they are drunk.
Im not saying anymore then this and i hope you can understand why. If the time was taken and the money was spent to shut up 2 other people via a professional hit, im sure i could be just a drop in the bucket.
Although i do think the investigation was kinda forgotten, died and went cold due to the fact this man has much pull and probably paid his way out of it. No matter what the reason was they should face justice for there crimes.
My reason for posting this was just to see if this case is as remembered as i remember it and to bring light to the fact that money can buy everything but love.

GJ
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Nov 1, 2009
 
Haywood Jablome wrote:
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Confirmed... was and still IS a business owner. Still is bisexual. No im not bisexual or gay. Ive known his "partners" ofr 20+ years and they talk a little to much when they are drunk.
Im not saying anymore then this and i hope you can understand why. If the time was taken and the money was spent to shut up 2 other people via a professional hit, im sure i could be just a drop in the bucket.
Although i do think the investigation was kinda forgotten, died and went cold due to the fact this man has much pull and probably paid his way out of it. No matter what the reason was they should face justice for there crimes.
My reason for posting this was just to see if this case is as remembered as i remember it and to bring light to the fact that money can buy everything but love.
GJ
Was this business man in trouble in the past?
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Nov 1, 2009
 
Shocked wrote:
Why in the world would they call it off? If it had been my family, I would have wanted them to come and help, wouldn't you?
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I just heard that it was scheduled and then called off because of the family/families...I don't know for sure but someone close to one of the families told me this. I was told because of the drug involvement. i do not know that for sure but just what I was told. I also think it should have gone on tv and maybe brought in some leads. I too, heard it was a professional job.
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Was this business man in trouble in the past?
It sure sounds like we may be thinking of the same business owner and if it is the one I am thinking of...he has been in trouble for drugs and drinking and driving. Ratted on his friend during his last run in with the law and that friend is in prison for a very long while and this man is still running his business as if nothing ever happened....are we thinking of the same person? I used to live very close to where this happened and crimes like this were unheard of so I was shocked. I heard rumors too about who had it done but it wasn't the business man but cousins of his. Who knows what the truth is because if that were known, possibly someone would be answering for the crimes. Rumors in this town spread faster than wild fires!
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Nov 3, 2009
 
I remember this case very well as the young woman was related to my family. She was a very sweet young girl who worked hard at a job(not dealing drugs) and was struggling to have a home. She and her husband(I did not know him)were sitting home watching TV when someone came in and, according to what I understand happened, cut his throat from behind while he was sitting on the sofa and then chased her through the house and murdered her while she was trying to reach the phone to call for help. What she went through must has been horrific and to just let this case lay in the cold case files is so hard to understand. I do not assign blame or fault to anyone, just do not want this case to be forgotten. I would hope that if the Sheriff's department has hit a wall that they would at least call in the SBI to review all the information they had in the hopes the SBI might just notice something that could be followed up on. I also feel the same way about the Emily Anderson case. After all what would it hurt to let another agency take a look or why not let a detective, who was not on the force at the time, have the case file and go over it to see if he/she could notice something needing to be followed up on. I can not see how that would hurt anything in both these cases.
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Nov 4, 2009
 
Facts, I agree.

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