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Old 07-20-2006, 02:32 PM   #1
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Concern grows over possible serial killer




(7/20/06 - KTRK/HOUSTON) - Residents on the northwest side are worried that a serial killer may be targeting their area.
This, after a woman's body was found in the woods on Duoto near Tidwell in the Acres Homes area. Five other murdered women have been discovered in the same area over the past six months. In this latest case, two people cleaning a parking lot found the woman's body Wednesday afternoon.

ktrk 071906 suspectsketch This sketch was released after one of the murders in the area.


"It's awfully suspicious that we have another dead woman in this part of the city, in an area where we've had several others over the course of the last six to eight months," said Sgt. Mike Peters with the Houston Police Department.
The victim had been stabbed at least three times and police say the murder bears similarities to previous homicides.

Police released a sketch of a man they believe murdered Pamela Goss back in April in the same area. They believe he also has a tattoo showing the scales of justice or a Libra sign on the inside of his left forearm. If you have any information, call police.
(Copyright 2006, KTRK-TV)
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Houston has gotten so freaking dangerous.... i'll try to remember to stay away from acres homes...
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OMG that is where james works!!!!
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I believe that every women should carry OC/Pepper Spray and learn how to use them. That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.
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Houston? Lot's of people work in Houston. :icon_bigg
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Houston? Lot's of people work in Houston. :icon_bigg

LMAO!!! NO GOOBER!!! acrehomes... tidwell area!!! AWWWW i hope the killer dude is not after guys too!!!
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Houston has gotten so freaking dangerous.... i'll try to remember to stay away from acres homes...
As with every major city in the US. Nothing new.
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well why is it always women turning up dead????
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I believe that every women should carry OC/Pepper Spray and learn how to use them. That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.
I would have said (Handgun)
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I'm sure there is a bigger percentage on women being the victim, but the news do report something of that nature with female as a victim more than male. This may have give you the appearance of lop sided ratio.
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I would have said (Handgun)
Not everyone is into firearms, but I'm all for it. :icon_smil
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my g/f works for an animal clinic and she has to go walk dogs at night... i am making her carry a 400,000 volt tazer gun... its only 30 dollars and it hurts like a if u hold it...
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Oh true.
Maybe the women about to be raped and then killed can hit the suspect with a foam protected mallett instead
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Oh true.
Maybe the women about to be raped and then killed can hit the suspect with a foam protected mallett instead
:laughing6 :laughing6 The firearm thing is really a whole new topic itself. I do personally think that if you do buy one, then you owe yourself to at least learn how to use it efficiently in terms of safety and tactics. That's just me though.
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i am still a little unsure if i would feel safe carrying a gun with me in public. well at least not in my purse.. what if someone mugs me and steals my purse and then shoots me with my own gun.. that's the worst death ever.. i'd be and haunt the earth for eternity!
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i am still a little unsure if i would feel safe carrying a gun with me in public. well at least not in my purse.. what if someone mugs me and steals my purse and then shoots me with my own gun.. that's the worst death ever.. i'd be and haunt the earth for eternity!
This is what I mean by training. Part of the training is situational awareness. And they do make purses for conceal carry. Although, not very fashionable it does the job. I personally like inside the waistband carry. It's steathy and effective. We could make a MotoHouston shooting range day, and I'll be happy to give you guys some pointers and let you guys shoot some of my firearms. That is as long as you provide the ammo. That stuff is expensive. :laughing6
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Average around $125 for the class and $140 for DPS to process your application to your license.
License is good for 4 years, and then 5 years every time you renew.

Test includes a multiple choice test and a practical shooting test. The shooting test will require 50 rds of ammo.
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