April 14, 1994 |
An 11-year-old boy died Wednesday, a day after being shot in the head by a classmate on a crowded elementary school playground, authorities said. A 10-year-old boy upset over an argument the previous day at the Margaret Leary Elementary School fired a pistol three times Tuesday, police said. Jeremy Bullock, who was standing next to the intended target and about 10 feet from the shooter, died at St. James Community Hospital.
November 9, 2001 |
There are few clues, except the most unsettling one: a tall man in a long, dark coat and a black hat who walked through this small Western town in the Bitterroot Valley one morning this week, and then brazenly walked out again. When he left, three women in the local beauty salon were dead, their throats slashed. So far, a witness who saw the hatted man near the scene of the killings is the only lead Sheriff Perry Johnson has. There was no apparent robbery, no argument that anyone knows of.
May 2, 1987 |
The Senate Intelligence Committee unanimously endorsed the nomination of William H. Webster as CIA director Friday, virtually assuring confirmation by the full Senate as early as next week. Before voting 15 to 0 for Webster, the Intelligence Committee met briefly behind closed doors to ask the FBI director about a newly acquired National Security Council document asking that Lt. Col. Oliver L. North contact the FBI about an undisclosed "classified matter."
May 6, 1987
The second defendant in the murder of the parents of actor Patrick Duffy changed his plea to guilty to charges of deliberate homicide, robbery and assault. Sean Wentz, 19, of Helena, Mont., entered his plea in Virginia City, Mont., before District Judge Frank Davis, who scheduled a pre-sentence investigation but did not set a sentencing date. Wentz was charged along with 19-year-old Kenneth Miller with murdering Terrence and Marie Duffy during a holdup last Nov. 18 at their bar in Boulder.
February 28, 1990 |
A man shot one person to death and critically wounded another in a downtown restaurant early Tuesday before being killed by police officers, authorities said. "Some kind of an argument started, we don't know what about," Police Chief Don Millhouse said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 31, 1994 |
A ranch hand suspected of killing one of the nation's most prominent cattle ranchers in Montana this week is also wanted in the 1986 slaying of a 26-year-old man in Irvine, authorities said Wednesday. David Llamas, 32, of Corona was arrested in Hobson, Mont., after Tuesday's discovery of the body of Wayne Stevenson, 51, a leading cattleman in that state, said Jim Hubble, a Judith Basin County attorney. Irvine police said they were ecstatic at the news of Llamas' arrest.