Suspect in brutal death of Cave Creek...

Suspect in brutal death of Cave Creek woman arrested

There are 1049 comments on the KTVK Phoenix story from Jul 15, 2008, titled Suspect in brutal death of Cave Creek woman arrested. In it, KTVK Phoenix reports that:

Late Monday night, Maricopa County Sheriff's detectives went to the Cave Creek home of Justin Wade Lunsford, 26, and arrested him in the first degree murder of Mary Elisabeth Polgar.

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Mobile thoughts

Fountain Hills, AZ

#992 Apr 9, 2010
I say hang him
sam p

Portland, OR

#994 May 30, 2010
that fenris piece of shit is a real fat pile of crap i know ive seen him
a friend from the past

Scottsdale, AZ

#995 Jun 1, 2010
I recently heard of the murder of an old friend. The last time I saw Liz was in 2000 and the last time I spoke to her was in 2006, we lost touch as our lives went in different directions. After hearing of what happened to her I have spent hours reading news post, public documents and posts from this site. There is a lot of back and forth about Justin Lunsford, did he or didn't he? The focus needs to stay on Liz and the fact that her life was taken from her. People have posted negative things about her personal life and this only takes away from her memory. Only the people who knew her personally know that she was a beautiful woman with an amazing spirit. She was one of the most caring people I have ever known and would do anything for anyone who needed help. There was a presence about her, an inner joy that beemed out of her. If you were in a bad mood or having a bad day she would make it her mission to cheer you up and give you a reason to smile. It saddens me to know that she is not with us anymore and it infuriates me to know her last moments were as horrific as they were. My heart goes out to her family and to Allen and my wish for them is that someday they are able to get closure. They deserve to finally see the person responsible held accountable by a guilty verdict.
URaREALGENIUS

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#996 Jun 2, 2010
Would that be from your wheelchair, you drugged-out dirtmaggot?
URaREALGENIUS

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#997 Jun 2, 2010
above post to Sam P, not "a friend from the past".....
a friend of Liz

United States

#998 Jun 7, 2010
Tuesday Jun 1
I recently heard of the murder of an old friend. The last time I saw Liz was in 2000 and the last time I spoke to her was in 2006, we lost touch as our lives went in different directions. After hearing of what happened to her I have spent hours reading news post, public documents and posts from this site. There is a lot of back and forth about Justin Lunsford, did he or didn't he? The focus needs to stay on Liz and the fact that her life was taken from her. People have posted negative things about her personal life and this only takes away from her memory. Only the people who knew her personally know that she was a beautiful woman with an amazing spirit. She was one of the most caring people I have ever known and would do anything for anyone who needed help. There was a presence about her, an inner joy that beemed out of her. If you were in a bad mood or having a bad day she would make it her mission to cheer you up and give you a reason to smile. It saddens me to know that she is not with us anymore and it infuriates me to know her last moments were as horrific as they were. My heart goes out to her family and to Allen and my wish for them is that someday they are able to get closure. They deserve to finally see the person responsible held accountable by a guilty verdict.

"a friend from the past" has put this thing in the right perspective. "Friend" Has described the Liz I always new and have been unable to convey. I just could not find the right words

Thank You
dara

Phoenix, AZ

#999 Jun 7, 2010
What was the verdict
Fenris the Big Bad Wolf

Waterloo, Canada

#1001 Jun 16, 2010
sam p wrote:
that fenris piece of shit is a real fat pile of crap i know ive seen him
Don't you have more important things to worry about little boy? You know, like you and your parents going to prison for tax evasion? What will the spoiled little bitch do in jail without $, legs, and an indefensible ass? You should have taken my advice, doper !

LMAO.....
woah

Chandler, AZ

#1002 Jun 18, 2010
URaREALGENIUS wrote:
Would that be from your wheelchair, you drugged-out dirtmaggot?
oh my god, you know the history and connections here...
Lilybelle

AOL

#1003 Jun 22, 2010
dara....the trial was postponed again.....no verdict yet. His attorneys are simply trying to buy him more time.
BORING

Scottsdale, AZ

#1004 Jun 26, 2010
You are all pathetic. Get on with your life, this is all old news.
Forum pickmeup

Waterloo, Canada

#1005 Jun 26, 2010
Well, here’s some NEW news about doper buddy Sam P & friends.   Maybe they can be cellmates?  I was thinking “cellmates”, but then remembered Lunsford is going to be on death row.:-) 

 

 

 

CAREFREE – On June 8, 2009, a federal grand jury issued an eight-count felony indictment against James R. Parker, 61, for tax evasion and making false statements and two counts of making false statements against his wife Jacqueline Parker, 57.

During the period of time relevant to the indictment, Parker owned Omega Construction, Inc., a Nevada Corporation, and was owner and CEO of MacKinnon Belize Land and Development Limited, a land development corporation on the Placencia Peninsula in Belize.

In May 2003, the Parkers, represented by legal counsel, entered into an agreement with the IRS in U.S. Tax Court stipulating their correct individual income tax liability for 1997 and 1998 was $1,035,479 and $207,095 in penalties. Approximately $465,860 in interest was also assessed against the Parkers.

Although they agreed to pay the government over $1.7 million in taxes, penalties and interest for 1997 and 1998, the Parkers never paid any amount toward that obligation.

According to the government, as early as 2002, in anticipation of being assessed a substantial tax liability by the IRS for tax years 1997 and 1998, Parker began hiding the couple’s assets and sources of income to evade payment.

In August of that year, Parker transferred ownership of the couple’s $1.5 million Carefree residence from a trust to Sunlight Financial LLP, a nominee entity said to be managed by the defendants’ daughter Rachael T. Parker Harris.

However, as the indictment also states, the Parkers maintained sole use and control over the Carefree luxury home both before and after the transfer to Sunlight, which has never filed an income tax return.

Then, between 2004 and 2007, Parker invested over $1.2 million in a cattle operation in Oklahoma, using Cimarron River Ranch, LLC as the nominee entitee to own and operate the cattle ranch.

In order to hide his true ownership, Parker made his then 21-year-old son Samuel Parker the straw owner of Cimarron, which also has also never filed an income tax return.

In June 2004, using Cimarron as the owner and his son as a “straw buyer,” Parker purchased a $306,695 Rolls Royce automobile, which was delivered to the Parkers’ Carefree residence with the insurance policy listing James Parker as the primary driver.

Parker also took out a $1.5 million mortgage on the Carefree residence in August 2005 and used approximately $1 million of the proceeds to purchase a 7,000 square foot home in Amarillo, Texas.

He then placed the Texas home into the name of another nominee entity, RSJ Investments, LLC, which has also never filed a tax return, and made his son Samuel the owner/member.

According to the indictment, in doing so, Parker falsely submitted and signed, under penalty of perjury, documents reflecting the defendants had neither the income nor the assets to pay the tax liabilities owed.

The documents also falsely claimed the proposed $130,000 offered would be borrowed from friends and the bank.

The offer was declined by the IRS.

The Parkers are accused of failing to disclose ownership in their Carefree home worth over $1 million, a $300,000 Rolls Royce, a $1 million cattle operation, and approximately $6 million in proceeds from the sale of land in Belize.

The indictment states,“The defendants falsely and fraudulently stated to the IRS … that they were unable to pay their rent, were impoverished, and would be homeless if not for the kindness and support of their two children.”

A conviction for tax evasion carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and/or a $100,000 fine, while a conviction for false statements carries a maximum penalty of three years in prison and/or a $100,000 fine.
Kelly

Chandler, AZ

#1006 Jun 27, 2010
Fenris, what do you mean no legs? 5am shots through a front door have anything to do with that?
truth

Harrisonburg, VA

#1007 Aug 10, 2010
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Death Row

United States

#1008 Oct 4, 2010
I am hungry for my next arrival!! Fresh meat!!!

Michael K. Jeanes, Clerk of Court

*** Electronically Filed ***

09/28/2010 8:00 AM

SUPERIOR COURT OF ARIZONA
MARICOPA COUNTY

CR2008-007842-001 DT 09/24/2010

Docket Code 085 Form G000A Page 1

CLERK OF THE COURT

HONORABLE JANET E. BARTON

A. Gonzalez Deputy

STATE OF ARIZONA MICHAEL G GINGOLD

v.

JUSTIN WADE LUNSFORD (001) RICHARD K MILLER
MARCI A KRATTER

CAPITAL CASE MANAGER
VICTIM SERVICES DIV-CA-CCC
CAPITAL CASE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE

9:33 a.m. This is the time set for Capital Case Management Conference.

State's Attorney: Michael Gingold
Defendant's Attorney: Rick Miller, Marci Kratter
Defendant: Present
Court Reporter: Treva Colwell

The court has received the parties’ Joint Case Management Plan. It appears the parties
are, notwithstanding two potential state’s trial conflicts1, on track to proceed to trial as
scheduled, on February 7, 2011, at 9:30 a.m., in this division. Estimated Length of Trial: 25/35
days, excluding jury selection (30/40 witnesses). The trial date is hereby affirmed.
Follower of our LORD

Palm Harbor, FL

#1010 Jan 21, 2011
I hope that when your times comes you are all judged the same way you are judging.

Since: Jul 09

Peoria

#1011 Jan 21, 2011
Follower of our LORD wrote:
I hope that when your times comes you are all judged the same way you are judging.
I know I won't be judged the same, because I'm not a murderer. He is. He should be judged harshly, and killed the exact way he killed Liz.
Lilybelle

AOL

#1013 Jan 29, 2011
I agree, 2cents. And I can't wait for the trial to be over with so that people will quit defending him.
Oh wait, they still WILL. They say the trial was rigged or some darn thing.
Lilybelle

AOL

#1015 Feb 5, 2011
Not much longer now....a couple of days. It's about time.
Nobodys business

United States

#1016 Feb 6, 2011
All of you are a bunch of losers, get a life and stay out of ours! You have no idea what the evidence consosts of, its quite obvious!

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