Monday, October 20, 2014

Feds Put An End To Sexual Offender's Murder Spree!

Indiana man confessed to killing Chicago area prostitutes. His crimes could go back 20 years.

Chicagoland can rest easy knowing that a sick killer is off the street. For years, a serial killer was stalking prostitutes. The prostitutes were unaware that this killer was posed to do more than get his fixation. He would often strangle and rape these innocent victims.

First things first, we here at Journal de la Reyna send our condolences to the families of those who were lost in this senseless tragedy.

I am guessing that Darren Vann's mindset was "no one would ever know". He thought the "bitch had it coming".

Well this sick man confessed to murdering a 19 year old teen who was a prostitute. This man was a sexual offender who was apparently a "low" risk sexual offender. He had being label an offender in Austin, Texas some years ago.

This young woman Afrikka Hardy along with six other women were found in areas within Gary and Hammond, Indiana.

Anith Jones, Teairra Batey, Christine Williams were mentioned by the junk food media.

CBS News reports that Hammond Police Chief John Doughty said Vann, of Gary, Ind., confessed to killing Afrikka Hardy, a 19-year-old woman whose body was found Friday in a Motel 6 in Hammond, and indicated to authorities there could be more victims going back 20 years.
Vann was charged Monday in the strangulation death of Hardy.
Anith Jones and Afrikka Hardy were victims of a crazed sexual predator. This nutjob strangled and raped his victims. He would later bury the bodies near abandoned homes.
Doughty said Vann met Hardy at the motel after responding to an ad posted on a Chicago-area website advertising prostitution.

Another woman facilitated the meeting between Hardy and Vann and called police when she received suspicious text messages from Hardy's phone, Doughty said. Fearing for Hardy's safety, she called a male friend and went to the hotel, where they found Hardy's body and called police.
Doughty said the woman who facilitated the meeting provided investigators with Vann's phone number and police tracked him down in Gary.

Doughty said Vann was cooperative during his arrest and said "he had messed up by committing the crime in Hammond and was surprised by how quickly he was located."

Following his arrest, investigators say Vann then told them where six other bodies could be found in abandoned homes in Gary.

One of those bodies was found Saturday night in an abandoned home there. The coroner said family members identified her as 35-year-old Anith Jones of Merrillville, Ind., who had been missing since Oct. 8.

The five other bodies were found on Sunday in various Gary homes - including two more in the same home where Jones' body was found on Saturday, the coroner's office said Monday. Autopsies are pending on the three women found in that one house. The causes of death were not specified for all the victims.

The other victims have been identified by police as 28-year-old Teairra Batey, of Gary; 36-year-old Christine Williams, of Gary; and 3 unidentified African American females.

Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson said only Anith Jones was reported missing, perhaps indicating that Vann "preyed on individuals that might be less likely to be reported missing."

Authorities say the investigation into the deaths is ongoing.
This is a police sting operation of an Indiana transsexual prostitute. 
"It is possible that the investigation will lead to more victims," Police Chief Doughty said, adding that Vann's alleged crimes could go back 20 years.

Vann was convicted in 2009 of sexual assaulting a 25-year-old female in Texas and was sentenced to five years in prison. The state's sex offender registry lists Vann as being a "low" risk.

The victim in the 2009 case told police she went to Vann's apartment, where he asked if she was a police officer. After she told him no, he knocked her down and began to strangle and beat her, hitting her several times in the face and telling the woman he could kill her. He then raped her.

Vann allowed the woman to leave and she called police the next day.

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