(SAN JOSE, Calif.) JUST IN: Three men were arrested as suspects in a cold case Halloween night murder from 20 years ago after detectives developed new leads in the case, police said Monday #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Oct.12: On October 31, 2001, 22-year-old Nhin Phi Ha was stabbed to death in front of his apartment on the 500 block of Avalani Ave. by two assailants. A friend of Ha’s was also stabbed multiple times but survived his injuries. San Jose police said the two attackers fled in a SUV driven by a third suspect….

#AceDailyNews says according to CBS Local three men have been arrested for the ‘fatal stabbing’ for ‘Cold Case 2001 Murder’ …..

(l-r) Francis Dagayray, Eutropio Dagayay, Gilbert Meriales (San Jose Police Department)READ MORE: Travelers Weary Of Southwest Airlines Woes; Dozens Of Flights Cancelled

Detectives worked the case over the course of the past 20 years, but the leads they developed did not lead to any arrests. In August, the case was assigned to a police department and district attorney’s office cold case team. According to police, the cold case team connected the dots, re-interviewed several witnesses, and were able to solve the case.

On Wednesday, members of police department’s Covert Response Unit located and arrested all three suspects in San Jose. They were identified as San Jose residents Francis Dagayray, 45; Eutropio Dagayay, 47; and Gilbert Meriales, 45.

The three were booked into Santa Clara County Jail for homicide, assault with a deadly weapon, and gang enhancements.

#AceNewsDesk report …………………..Published: Oct.12: 2021:

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(COLORADO) Cold Case Murder Case Report: Authorities have arrested a 70-year-old man in connection to the 1982 murders of two women who were last seen hitchhiking from a small town near the Rocky Mountains, according to reports #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Mar.10: Colorado man arrested in 1982 cold-case murders of 2 women last seen hitchhiking near Rocky Mountains:

Investigators have worked the case for nearly 40 years: ‘Alan Lee Phillips was taken into custody for the deaths of 22-year-old Annette Schnee and 30-year-old Barbara Jo Oberholtzer, FOX31 Denver reported, citing law enforcement sources. He faces charges of first-degree murder, assault with a deadly weapon and kidnapping’ No further details on how investigators identified Phillips as a suspect were immediately released:

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Schnee and Oberholtzer were both last seen on Jan. 6, 1982, hitchhiking separately from Breckenridge, a town at the base of the Rocky Mountains’ Tenmile Range, where they both worked. Investigators do not believe the two women knew each other, according to KMGH-TV.

Schnee, pictured left, and Oberholtzer had no apparent connection to one another besides both working in Breckenridge, investigators have said.

Oberholtzer’s body was found a day later about 10 miles from Breckenridge on the summit of Hoosier Pass, which stands at more than 11,000 feet elevation. She died of a single gunshot wound to the chest.

Schnee’s body was found six months later on July 3, 1982, in rural Park County, Colo., about 20 miles south of Breckenridge. She was fully clothed and lying face down in a stream. She died of a single gunshot wound to the back.

Private investigator Charlie McCormick, who began working on the case in 1989, told KMGH-TV last year that he’d work the case “to the bitter end.”

“You can’t walk away from it, or I can’t,” he told the station. “Haven’t wanted to. Tomorrow’s another day, and you got stuff to do, and you see what might happen.”

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation said an update to the development would be given later Wednesday.


#AceNewsDesk report ……….Published: Mar.10: 2021:

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