Michigan State Police close 1982 cold case homicide

Police say a 40-year-old Michigan unsolved homicide case has been closed. The case was re-opened in 2022 after MSP partnered with Michigan State University’s School of Criminal Justice. The students and detectives reviewed the case and resubmitted evidence to MSP for forensic testing. I guess it can be done, after all.
— Read on www.wilx.com/2023/09/14/michigan-state-police-close-1982-cold-case-homicide/

7 thoughts on “Michigan State Police close 1982 cold case homicide”

  1. His name was in the original files. Geographical mapping showed he committed the crime in his areas of “safety.” This is not unique.

    The same will be true of the OCCK. It’s a virtual certainty. He lived very close to the Stebbins disappearance location.

  2. Is there someone that can be reached out to at MSU or Western to get them to look at OCCK? Of course, does it even matter if the MSP won’t cooperate anyway?

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