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CrimeWoman's Body Found In Vacant East Side Home Amid Search For Victims Of Serial Killer

19:20  12 june  2019
19:20  12 june  2019 Source:   wwjnewsradio.radio.com

Detroit police seek 'serial murderer' in deaths of 3 women

Detroit police seek 'serial murderer' in deaths of 3 women Police in Detroit say the killings of three women since March could be the work of a "serial murderer." 

On May 24, in another vacant residence on the east side , police found a second woman ' s body , also partially clad and decomposed. A team of 40 officers began clearing abandoned homes on the east side Friday, searching for more possible victims before crews will work to board them up, according

killer targeting sex workers lures them to abandoned houses Detroit Police say they're searching for possible serial killer , rapist Woman ' s body found in vacant house on Mack Ave near Mt Elliot. "1,000 homes on the east side need boarded up. Teams are on overtime, working six days a week.

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DETROIT (WWJ) - Detroit police are investigating after another woman's body was discovered in a vacant home on the east side as authorities continue to search for victims of a possible serial killer in the city.

The body of the 45-year-old woman was found around 6 p.m. Monday in a home on Brentwood, near 7 Mile Road and I-75.

The Wayne County Medical Examiner's Office is performing an autopsy. The victim's identity has not been released.

Authorities say the case may be related to the suspected serial killings of three other women. Deangelo Kenneth Martin, 34, has been identified by Detroit police as the suspect. He's currently in custody, charged in the rape and attempted murder of a 26-year-old woman on May 7.

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Police concerned that a possible serial killer is on the loose in Detroit began inspecting hundreds of vacant homes Friday for more victims , two days after the decomposed body of a third woman was discovered. The bodies of three women have been found in separate vacant houses since March

Tamara Jones' body was found in a vacant house on Detroit' s east side Wednesday. Her body was found inside a house near Mack Avenue and Mt. Elliott Street. When police identified Deangelo Martin as a person of interest in a string of murders, her family said her daughter realized she went to

Martin, who was arrested last Friday, is believed to have killed three women whose bodies were found in similar circumstances in vacant homes on the city's east side. Detroit Police Chief James Craig said Monday he is confident that Martin, a homeless Detroit resident who frequents the east side, is the killer they've been looking for.

The first victim, identified as 52-year old Nancy Harrison, was found March 19 in an abandoned house on Coventry near I-75. A second woman, identified as 53-year old Travesene Ellis, was found in a home on Linnhurst near Schoenherr Road. A third woman in her 50s was found dead June 5 on Mack near Mt. Elliot.

The 26-year-old in the May 7 case, as well as an additional victim, the chief said, survived attacks by Martin.

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Police concerned that a possible serial killer is on the loose in Detroit began inspecting hundreds of The bodies of three women have been found in separate vacant houses since March, the latest He said the third victim was a 55-year-old woman whose name he declined to release because her

Craig said it seems a single suspect has been targeting prostitutes, luring them into abandoned dwellings and killing them. "Of course there's a reason why we're linking the three," Craig said, although he would not elaborate.

As the investigation continues, police officers are going door-to-door, searching every open vacant house on the east side, looking for additional victims.

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Deangelo Martin, 34, faces charges of criminal sexual conduct and assault with intent to murder. He remains jailed on those charges and is due in court July 16 for a hearing on whether the case will go to trial. © Detroit Police Dept. Two photos Kenneth DeAngelo Martin who Detroit Police identified as a person of interest in the serial killer case, according to Police Chief James Craig. He described as a 34-year-old black male, 5-foot-9, approximately 160 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. More on freep.

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