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Jacksonville, NC

george hayden gets life in prison

Hayden sentenced to life in prison May 26, 2010 10:03 AM LINDELL KAY A young Camp Lejeune Marine in the summer of 1972, George Hayden wanted to reconnect with his Ohio high school sweetheart. But she was married to another Marine. Hayden solved the problem by putting two bullets into the back and head of 27-year-old Sgt. William Miller. Thirty-seven years later, an Onslow County jury convicted Hayden of first-degree murder and a judge sentenced him to life in prison Wednesday afternoon. He hugged his wife for a long moment before bailiffs took away his cigarettes and led him to jail. After the trial, the Miller family lined up along the sidewalk outside the courthouse making phone calls and talking to reporters. “I never lost hope; I always knew we’d get here,” said Sharron Aguilar, who kept the case of her brother’s death alive for nearly four decades. While William Miller was in Okinawa, Hayden moved into Miller’s Piney Green area home, played house with Miller’s wife and newborn, and allegedly began to sign his name to Miller’s checks. “He stole my brother’s home, wife and child, and money,” said Charlie Miller, the youngest of six in Miller’s family. “He tried to steal his identity, and when that didn’t work he stole Billy’s life.”  (Jun 5, 2010 | post #1)

Jacksonville, NC

are the courts partial to the accused?

Gill bonded out today 9/3, which Judge Nobles made possible, a complete miscarriage of justice.  (Sep 3, 2009 | post #2)

Jacksonville, NC

are the courts partial to the accused?

Yesterday Judge John Nobels reduced murder defendant Rodger Gill's $200,00 bond to $25,000 much to our dismay. Seems Rodger has not been able to met his bond,so they made it easier for him. I guess the courts are now lowering bail until they hit that magic number that works. Why not do away with bail altogether?? Judge Nobles has failed the citizens of Onslow County as well as the family of the victim. This is certainly a miscarriage of justice, are judges not bound to be impartial? Make your own decision, does William deserve justice? http://www.jdnews. com/news/bond-6725 1-lowered-county.h tml http://miraclessti llhappen36yearslat er.blogspot.com/  (Sep 3, 2009 | post #1)

Athens, IL

Wife of murder suspect asking for donations for help wit...

Bobbi Gill, is asking the public for help in raising funds to get her husband Rodger bailed out. He is held on a murder count. I understand what his wife is doing, unfortunately, I don’t think being married to someone for four years is a strong evidential base for proclaiming one’s innocence to a crime that was committed 37 years ago. It is also something that he is not going to freely discuss. Bail does not mean a person is innocent or guilty,it means a grand jury has decided there is enough evidence to hold him. People are not held in jail unless there is enough evidence. The court does not decide to have bond only for people who can afford it, if that was the case, I doubt many people would be held. But asking the public for money is especially hurtful to the victim's family. We can only pray that God will reveal the truth in court where it really matters. Check out: Make your own decision http://miraclessti llhappen36yearslat er.blogspot.com/ "Compassion for the guilty is treason for the victim"  (Jul 30, 2009 | post #1)

Swansboro, NC

The Six Little Millers

Currently George Hayden is out on bail and Vickie is scheduled to appear on December 8. Lady Justice will see her day, she has been patient, after all, she has waited 36 years. To all the innocent victims, be strong, and keep your faith! Justice WILL prevail.  (Dec 7, 2008 | post #1)

Jacksonville, NC

Hayden facing murder charge

Lady Justice is waiting- See more on this case at: http://miraclessti llhappen36yearslat er.blogspot.com/  (Nov 15, 2008 | post #4)

Belhaven, NC

Former police chief charged with murder released

Lady Justice Awaits- See more on this case at: http://miraclessti llhappen36yearslat er.blogspot.com/  (Nov 14, 2008 | post #1)

Belhaven, NC

Former Cape Carteret Police Chief charged with killing a ...

Visit the blog of Sgt.William Miller http://miraclessti llhappen36yearslat er.blogspot.com/  (Oct 23, 2008 | post #1)

Jacksonville, NC

Family offers reward in 1972 Marine death

See the blog for Sgt. William Miller http://miraclessti llhappen36yearslat er.blogspot.com/  (Oct 23, 2008 | post #15)

Belhaven, NC

Belhaven police help track down suspected rapist

See William Miller Blog: http://miraclessti llhappen36yearslat er.blogspot.com/  (Oct 18, 2008 | post #1)

Jacksonville, NC

Award offered in case of N.C. Marine killed in 1972

Go to the blog for Willim Miller: http://miraclessti llhappen36yearslat er.blogspot.com/  (Oct 18, 2008 | post #64)

Jacksonville, NC

Award offered in case of N.C. Marine killed in 1972

MIRACLES DO HAPPEN! ONE WEEK FROM ANNIVERSARY, 36 YEARS. Former police chief charged in 1972 homicide Comments 2 | Recommend 1 George Hayden September 9, 2008 - 11:57AM LINDELL KAY DAILY NEWS STAFF George Hayden, 57, former chief at Cape Carteret and Belhaven police departments, has been charged by the Onslow County Sheriff's Department with murder in the shooting death of Marine Sgt. William Miller 36 years ago. Two recent Daily News articles about the cold case investigation into Miller's homicide prompted a key witness who had never spoken to law enforcement before to come forward, Sheriff Ed Brown said. Detectives and Navy Criminal Investigative Services agents are preparing to arrest Vickey Miller Hayden Babbitt - Miller's wife at the time of his death - in Oregon. Onslow County Sheriff Ed Brown said Babbitt will be arrested today at her home in Deschutes County, Ore., by Sheriff's Capt. Rick Sutherland and NCIS Special Agent Dan Calin. Babbitt's arrest and the service of a search warrant on her home will be carried out by law enforcement officers in the Deschutes County Sheriff's Department, NCIS and U.S. Marshals. Babbitt will be brought before a magistrate in Onslow County who will admit her to the Onslow County Jail without bond, Brown said. Hayden was arrested Monday at 9:20 p.m. in Beaufort County. Hayden's arrest and the service of a search warrant on his home at 40 Portside Lane were carried out by detectives with the Sheriff's Department, the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office, and agents with NCIS, the N.C. State Bureau of Investigation and U.S. Marshals. After Hayden's arrest, Sheriff's detectives brought him before Onslow County Chief Magistrate Shelby Jones, where he was admitted to the Onslow County Jail without bond. "Much credit for new life being breathed into this case goes to the Jacksonville Daily News reporter Lindell Kay," Sheriff Ed Brown said. "It was two separate cold case articles Mr. Kay did in the Jacksonville Daily News that inspired a key witness to come to the Onslow County Sheriff's Office with specific evidence that lead to the solving of William ʽBill' Miller's murder that occurred on September 16, 1972. Mr. Kay's articles were in the Sunday, August 10th and August 17th, 2008, publication of the Jacksonville Daily News." District Attorney Dewey Hudson and agents with the various agencies involved in this investigation will hold a news conference on at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the conference room at Sheriff's Department.  (Sep 9, 2008 | post #58)

Jacksonville, NC

Family offers reward in 1972 Marine death

MIRACLES DO HAPPEN, ONE WEEK FROM ANNIVERSARY! Former police chief charged in 1972 homicide George Hayden September 9, 2008 - 11:57AM LINDELL KAY DAILY NEWS STAFF George Hayden, 57, former chief at Cape Carteret and Belhaven police departments, has been charged by the Onslow County Sheriff's Department with murder in the shooting death of Marine Sgt. William Miller 36 years ago. Two recent Daily News articles about the cold case investigation into Miller's homicide prompted a key witness who had never spoken to law enforcement before to come forward, Sheriff Ed Brown said. Detectives and Navy Criminal Investigative Services agents are preparing to arrest Vickey Miller Hayden Babbitt - Miller's wife at the time of his death - in Oregon. Onslow County Sheriff Ed Brown said Babbitt will be arrested today at her home in Deschutes County, Ore., by Sheriff's Capt. Rick Sutherland and NCIS Special Agent Dan Calin. Babbitt's arrest and the service of a search warrant on her home will be carried out by law enforcement officers in the Deschutes County Sheriff's Department, NCIS and U.S. Marshals. Babbitt will be brought before a magistrate in Onslow County who will admit her to the Onslow County Jail without bond, Brown said. Hayden was arrested Monday at 9:20 p.m. in Beaufort County. Hayden's arrest and the service of a search warrant on his home at 40 Portside Lane were carried out by detectives with the Sheriff's Department, the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office, and agents with NCIS, the N.C. State Bureau of Investigation and U.S. Marshals. After Hayden's arrest, Sheriff's detectives brought him before Onslow County Chief Magistrate Shelby Jones, where he was admitted to the Onslow County Jail without bond. "Much credit for new life being breathed into this case goes to the Jacksonville Daily News reporter Lindell Kay," Sheriff Ed Brown said. "It was two separate cold case articles Mr. Kay did in the Jacksonville Daily News that inspired a key witness to come to the Onslow County Sheriff's Office with specific evidence that lead to the solving of William ʽBill' Miller's murder that occurred on September 16, 1972. Mr. Kay's articles were in the Sunday, August 10th and August 17th, 2008, publication of the Jacksonville Daily News." District Attorney Dewey Hudson and agents with the various agencies involved in this investigation will hold a news conference on at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the conference room at Sheriff's Department.  (Sep 9, 2008 | post #13)

US Military

Family adds $5,000 reward in 1972 slaying

MIRACLES DO HAPPEN, ONE WEEK AWAY FROM THE ANNIVERSARY! Former police chief charged in 1972 homicide George Hayden September 9, 2008 - 11:57AM LINDELL KAY DAILY NEWS STAFF George Hayden, 57, former chief at Cape Carteret and Belhaven police departments, has been charged by the Onslow County Sheriff's Department with murder in the shooting death of Marine Sgt. William Miller 36 years ago. Two recent Daily News articles about the cold case investigation into Miller's homicide prompted a key witness who had never spoken to law enforcement before to come forward, Sheriff Ed Brown said. Detectives and Navy Criminal Investigative Services agents are preparing to arrest Vickey Miller Hayden Babbitt - Miller's wife at the time of his death - in Oregon. Onslow County Sheriff Ed Brown said Babbitt will be arrested today at her home in Deschutes County, Ore., by Sheriff's Capt. Rick Sutherland and NCIS Special Agent Dan Calin. Babbitt's arrest and the service of a search warrant on her home will be carried out by law enforcement officers in the Deschutes County Sheriff's Department, NCIS and U.S. Marshals. Babbitt will be brought before a magistrate in Onslow County who will admit her to the Onslow County Jail without bond, Brown said. Hayden was arrested Monday at 9:20 p.m. in Beaufort County. Hayden's arrest and the service of a search warrant on his home at 40 Portside Lane were carried out by detectives with the Sheriff's Department, the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office, and agents with NCIS, the N.C. State Bureau of Investigation and U.S. Marshals. After Hayden's arrest, Sheriff's detectives brought him before Onslow County Chief Magistrate Shelby Jones, where he was admitted to the Onslow County Jail without bond. "Much credit for new life being breathed into this case goes to the Jacksonville Daily News reporter Lindell Kay," Sheriff Ed Brown said. "It was two separate cold case articles Mr. Kay did in the Jacksonville Daily News that inspired a key witness to come to the Onslow County Sheriff's Office with specific evidence that lead to the solving of William ʽBill' Miller's murder that occurred on September 16, 1972. Mr. Kay's articles were in the Sunday, August 10th and August 17th, 2008, publication of the Jacksonville Daily News." District Attorney Dewey Hudson and agents with the various agencies involved in this investigation will hold a news conference on at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the conference room at Sheriff's Department.  (Sep 9, 2008 | post #1)

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