The Squirrel Report – 274

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  1. Dwight Brown says:

    In response to Weerd’s question about murder convictions without a body being recovered: they are rare, but they do happen. I’m aware of two Texas cases this decade:

    Charles Stobaugh was convicted of murdering his wife and sentenced to 25 years in prison in 2011.

    “Police said they found her car and keys at her husband’s home. Despite numerous searches, investigators never recovered a body, weapon or any physical evidence that indicated a murder had taken place. Prosecutors said they had Kathy Stobaugh’s mobile phone and credit card records and that there was no activity on either after she disappeared.”

    https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/Punishment-Phase-Starts-in-Stobaugh-Trial-116417229.html

    Google tells me that conviction was reversed on appeal in 2014. I’ve been unable to determine if the prosecution attempted a retrial.

    Roderick Fountain was convicted of murdering his three year old son, also in 2011. The child’s body was never found, and Fountain was convicted mostly on the basis of testimony from “jailhouse informants”. As far as I can tell, Fountain’s conviction has not been successfully appealed.

    https://www.chron.com/news/houston-texas/article/Dad-convicted-in-death-of-son-whose-body-wasn-t-2238045.php

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