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Old 03-23-2018, 12:31 PM
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Accused Dallas Murderer Could Be Suspect In Several Texas Deaths
March 23, 2018 at 1:52 pm

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Today Billy Chemirmir sits in the Dallas County Jail accused of one murder and is believed to be a suspect in several others. Investigators, at police departments in more than one city, are looking at the 45-year-old in connection with a number of deaths. Sources tell CBS 11 News that in each case the suspect targets older women and tries to smother them.

Everything started with a Frisco police case in October of 2017. Investigators there were searching for the person who tried to kill a woman living in a retirement community.

The 93-year-old victim told police a man had come to her door and identified himself as a maintenance worker. When she declined to have any work done the man forced his way into her home, knocked her on the ground, put a pillow over her nose and mouth and tried to suffocate her.

Believing she was going to die the woman told police she began to pray and the man stopped his assault, went into her bedroom, stole several pieces of jewelry and left.

Plano police learned of the attack in Frisco and realized the crime was similar to ones that had recently happened in their city. As a result of that investigation, Chemirmir was identified as a suspect and Plano police began following him.

During their surveillance on March 20, officers saw Chemirmir drive into the Dallas apartment complex where he lived, go to a community dumpster and throw several items in the trash. Police say when officers arrested Chemirmir, on an unrelated outstanding warrant, he had money and jewelry in his possession and when they searched the dumpster they found jewelry and a jewelry box with a name in it.

Plano police were able to trace the name to an address in far North Dallas and notified police there. When police went to the address to conduct a welfare check they found 81-year-old Lu Thi Harris dead. Harris’ name was the one associated with the dumped jewelry box.

According to a Dallas County affidavit, when Harris was found she, “…had what appeared to be lipstick smeared on her mouth and a pillow on her bed also had lipstick smears, indicating she may have been suffocated.”

Noel Crotty and her family lived next door to Lu Thi, but knew her as Kim. Crotty had nothing but kind words when describing the elderly woman. “[She was] just as generous as could be, so kind [and] always willing to give something. She always wanted to see the kids and play with them.”

Police say a set of keys found in Chemirmir’s vehicle also belonged to Harris and “fit her front door locks.”

The Dallas arrest warrant also details the assault of a 91-year-old woman in Plano who survived an attack where, “… the suspect forced his way into the victim’s apartment, told her ‘go to the bed, don’t fight me.” When the woman complied the suspect put a pillow over her face until she passed out.

But police think Harris may not be the only person that Chemirmir has killed. CBS 11 sources say the suspect worked as a home health nurse and that the Collin County Medical Examiner raised a “red flag” after several older women died at a particular nursing home and all the deceased lived on the same floor.


Records show Chemirmir is in the U.S. illegally and has an immigration hold on him, according to Fox 4. Two Kenyan news websites reported that he hails from the African country.

the victim, Lu Thi Harris, an 81-year-old Asian female
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Suspected serial killer now charged in deaths of 12 women
By Joshua Rhett Miller
May 16, 2019 | 2:55pm

A home health aide accused of killing an 81-year-old woman is now suspected in the deaths of 11 other women by smothering them with a pillow before robbing them, court records show.

Accused serial killer Billy Chemirmir, 46, was indicted Tuesday on five additional counts of capital murder in Collin County and six counts in Dallas County, where authorities believe he snuffed out the lives of elderly women in their 80 and 90s dating back to May 2016, the Dallas Morning News reports.

Chemirmir, a Kenyan native who moved to the United States in 2003, has been jailed since March 2018 in connection to the death of Lu Thi Harris, a North Dallas woman who was found suffocated in her bed.

Investigators zeroed in on the home health aide after a 91-year-old woman told police in Plano that a man put a pillow over her face until she passed out and stole jewelry from her apartment.

Chemirmir was later spotted by police dumping a jewelry box into a trash bin, which ultimately led investigators to Harris’ home, where she was found dead.

Chemirmir is also facing two counts of attempted murder in Collin County, where authorities say he tried to smother two other women.

Investigators said in March 2018 that they were combing through up to 750 unsolved deaths to see if Chemirmir was linked to the cases. He had been living in the Dallas area since at least 2010, police said.

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“We’re worried we could have more,” Dallas Executive Assistant Chief of Police David Pughes said last year. “It will be a monumental task. But we’re up for the challenge and we’re gonna make sure we check each and every case.”

Chemirmir’s bond as of Thursday was set at $9.1 million. He’s also facing an immigration hold, jail records show.

An attorney for the mother of one of Chemirmir’s suspected victims, 92-year-old Doris Gleason, said the woman was smothered inside her apartment at a senior living center in Dallas in October 2016.

Chemirmir gained access to the residence while posing as a maintenance worker but slipped past lax security at the facility, attorney Richard Arnold told KXAS.

“We certainly think he should have been noticed on the day Doris Gleason was murdered,” Arnold told the station.
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He was charged with killing an elderly DFW woman. Police now think hes a serial killer.

May 15, 2019 04:35 PM

A man suspected of killing an 81-year-old woman in Dallas was indicted on six additional murder charges in Dallas County and linked to five more deaths in Collin County this week.

Billy Chemirmir, 47, posed as a caregiver for women across the Metroplex before killing and robbing them, according to police and court documents. As of Tuesday, Chemirmir was accused of killing 12 elderly women and attempting to kill two others in the DFW area.

Chemirmir was indicted by a Dallas County grand jury in the deaths of six Dallas women:

Phyllis Payne on May 14, 2016
Norma French on Oct. 8, 2016
Doris Gleason on Oct. 29, 2016
Phoebe Perry on Oct. 29, 2016
Rosemary Curtis on Jan. 17, 2018
Mary Brooks on Jan. 31, 2018


Phyllis Payne

Dallas, Texas

1924 - 2016


Norma Wilson French

Dallas, Texas

1931 - 2016


Doris Huffhines Gleason

Dallas, Texas

1924 - 2016


Rosemary Curtis

Dallas, Texas

1941 - 2018

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