Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Ex-Cop Served In Death Of Two Women!

Ex-cop plead guilty to murdering two women he met through online sex websites.

Wisconsin laid the hammer on a former cop who was accused of murdering two women and stuffing them inside suitcases. He was a cop who tried to trick prostitutes into having sex with him. When they refused to give him the services he needed, he would strangle them and try to stuff them inside suitcases and toss the suitcases in the woods.

He didn't think people explored the woods. One man working for the highway cleaning crew found the body of a 21-year old woman who he met a bar. Jenny Gamez from Oregon was found on a rural road. Later a second victim was discovered.

This cold blooded killer said the victim was a "sexual freak" and she was invested into the "strangling game". He claims that was an accident. Of course, the judge and jury didn't buy that excuse.

Laura Simonson, a 37-year old woman from Minnesota was murdered as well. He said that she was into the kinky stuff as well.

Steven Zelich, a 54-year old cop working for West Allis Police was served.

Kenosha is one of the two counties where, authorities said, Zelich told police he had killed Jenny Gamez, and Laura Simonson, accidentally during sexual encounters.
Jenny Gamez and Laura Simonson both died at the hands of a killer cop.
Authorities believe Zelich met both women online, killing Gamez during a bondage session at a hotel in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in late 2012 or early 2013 and Simonson at a hotel in Rochester, Minnesota, in November 2013.

Zelich is accused of keeping the two corpses in suitcases at his apartment in a Milwaukee suburb, where he was a police officer until 2001, as well as in the truck of his vehicle before he dumping them, court documents showed.

The suitcases containing the bodies were found in Walworth County, Wisconsin, in June 2014.

Zelich was charged in that county with two felony counts of hiding a corpse.

Additionally, he was charged with first-degree murder in Simonson’s death, according to court documents in Olmsted County, Minnesota, which includes Rochester.

When his sentencing is complete in Wisconsin, Zelich will be tried in Minnesota, Olmsted County Attorney Mark Ostrem said.

He plead guilty to the charges for a lesser sentence (of no less than the gas house). Now he's going to be sentenced to life in the iron college.

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