Archives for July 2012

Recap #cclivechat July 27, 2012

A recap of an interesting #cclivechat, folks. We have a slate of court dates in cold cases: Ryan Guitron: first degree murder verdict against Vencil Ash. He will be sentenced on Aug 21. His girlfriend Kelly Meehan is awaiting trial and has a case status hearing in Aug 2012. John Heath is due back in court […]

Christian Bruyère takes an interest in Zeigler

Christian Bruyère takes an interest in Zeigler. Mr. Bruyère  and his company “Mystique Films” are based in Vancouver, Canada. Vancouver is the third largest motion picture production center in North America. I could not be happier that Zeigler is getting more media attention. Yesterday was Zeigler’s birthday and a press conference was held outside the Orange County Courthouse. […]

Merci, Sheri!

Merci, Sheri! Gather round, folks. Sheri de Grom has awarded me (and four others) the Liebster Blog Award! The other four nominees are Mae Clair, David N. Walker, and my good friends Charlie Fox and Joe Giacalone! Now I must confess that I had no clue what a Liebster Blog Award was so I Googled it and came across […]

Recap #cclivechat July 20, 2012

Ian Rivers continued his series on cyber-bullying today in #cclivechat. Our aim today was to dig further into cyber-bullying. We ended up exploring quite a few definitions, perceptions, and perimeters. For example, if people use their true identity online will they be more aware of their own behaviour online? If they decide to use a pseudonym […]

New manager on Caughlin case

New manager handling the Karen Caughlin case is great news. Fresh eyes to look over a file to see if we missed anything. On May 1, 2012, Inspector Chris Avery was assigned to the 1974 Caughlin investigation. The case of Karen Caughlin has featured here on DCC ever since Karen’s older sister Kathy contacted me by email. Kathy […]

Recap #cclivechat Friday the 13th of July, 2012

This recap #cclivechat on Friday the 13th is a keeper! It was perfect to have a Bad Luck Detective as my guest! It is also special because it is illustrated by @McVladie who has been sending me pictures all week …. to set the mood! Suzie described her books, being a cop, when she knew that […]

Probable cause to try John Heath

Judge Blawie ruled there is probable cause to try John Heath for the 1984 murder of his wife Elizabeth Heath. John Heath had reported Elizabeth missing on April 6, 1984. Heath’s family had Elizabeth declared dead in 1991. Elizabeth’s remains were found two years ago during a home renovation by new owners of the property at 89 […]

Update Karen Caughlin

The Lambton Shield reports that “one of the suspects in the 1974 murder of Karen Caughlin may have died. It is believed that Miss Caughlin was struck by a vehicle and left for dead in a shallow ditch on the side of Plowing Match Road (formally known as Side Road 6-7) in Enniskillen Township, a couple kilometers northwest of […]