Unresolved Cold Case Takes Center Stage as Jury Trial Date Nears for Tony Haase, a Suspect in the 1992 Togstad and Mumbrue Murders

Boscobel, Wisconsin – A jury trial date has been set for Tony Haase, who is facing charges in connection with the 1992 murders of Togstad and Mumbrue. The trial is scheduled to begin on August 2, 2024. The case has gained significant attention due to its long-standing unsolved status and the heinous nature of the crimes. Haase is accused of the brutal killings of brothers Charles and David Togstad, as well as their friend Drake Mumbrue. The victims were found dead in their mobile home, and the case remained unsolved for over three decades. However, … Read more

30-Year Cold Case Finally Solved: Jury Selection Begins for Teacher’s Murder with New DNA Evidence

BEAUMONT, Texas — Jury selection has commenced in the trial of Clayton Foreman, a 63-year-old man from Reynoldsburgh, Ohio, who stands accused of the murder of Beaumont teacher Mary Cathine Edwards three decades ago. The case remained unsolved for a significant period until new DNA evidence emerged, leading to Foreman’s arrest. The murder of the beloved teacher had left authorities perplexed for a long time since her body was discovered in her home on January 14, 1995. Initial investigations determined that Edwards had been the victim of a homicide, prompting the collection of evidence at … Read more

Mistrial Declared in 50-Year-Old Cold Case of Special Sheriff’s Deputy’s Murder: Jury Deadlocked

ROCKVILLE, Maryland – A mistrial was declared on Wednesday evening in the case of a 1971 killing of a special sheriff’s deputy, as the jury remained deadlocked after more than two days of deliberation. The trial involved the alleged murder of Montgomery County Deputy James Tappen Hall. According to an anonymous juror, several individuals on the jury did not believe that the state had proven its case beyond a reasonable doubt. One or two jurors were reportedly convinced that they could never convict 71-year-old Larry David Smith in the death of Deputy Hall. Hall’s daughter, … Read more

Mother Acquitted of Felony Murder Charges but Found Guilty of Concealing Son’s Death in Decades-Old Cold Case

DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. — After more than 20 years, a DeKalb County jury has reached a verdict in the case of a woman accused of killing her 6-year-old son. Teresa Black stood trial for the alleged murder of her son, William Hamilton, whose remains were discovered in the woods of DeKalb County in 1999. The case remained a mystery until recent developments in 2022. Channel 2’s Tyisha Fernandes has been closely following the trial at the DeKalb County Courthouse. On Tuesday, the jury deliberated and came to a decision just after 1:30 p.m. The verdict … Read more