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Gman 09-11-2020 09:24 AM

White magic catches old negro for rape, murder of white girl from 1984! Go whitey!!
 
I hope the :censor: (justice) can happen faster than it took the crime to be solved...

https://www.whec.com/rochester-new-y...59079/?cat=565

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Wendy Jerome


Police: Arrest made in Wendy Jerome cold case from 1984

Timothy Williams Photo: Brevard County Sheriff's Office. Timothy Williams

WHECTV
Updated: September 11, 2020 12:07 PM
Created: September 11, 2020 08:15 AM

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — Rochester Police have made an arrest in a 35-year-old cold case murder investigation in Rochester.

Police say Timothy Williams, 56, was arrested on Sept. 9 in the case of 14-year-old Wendy Jerome. The Rochester native, who was living in Melbourne, Florida at the time of his arrest, has been charged with her rape and murder. He was arraigned Friday morning and will be extradited to New York.

According to police, on Nov. 22, 1984, Wendy had been raped about a quarter-mile from her own house. Her body was found in an alcove at School 33 on Webster Avenue.

In November 2019, News10NBC’s Nikki Rudd reported in Inside the Evidence that investigators have kept the suspect's DNA found from Wendy's underwear. Back then officers said they knew the suspect was an African American male.
Wendy Jerome

Wendy Jerome
News10NBC

At the time, investigators were hoping a familial DNA search would provide a lead. This way, the DNA could be submitted to the state crime lab to see if any offenders in the state data bank could be related to the suspect.

When the DNA was filed in April 2019, the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services said cases are processed on a first-come, first-served basis and Wendy would be at the bottom of the list.

After multiple calls and emails from RPD and News10NBC, state police finally gave investigators an answer on where the case stands this past February. They told us then it would be tested within six months.

With today's technology, police were able to match the DNA to a family member, leading them to Williams who would have been 20-years-old at the time of the crime.


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