Unsolved homicides

Friday, July 3, 1998


These are the victims of unsolved homicides in Cincinnati since 1990:

1990:

  • Lillian Curtis, 51, beaten to death March 22 on Republic Street. Pietro Semadeni, 51, killed by a rock thrown from an overpass March 22 on Interstate 71 at the Blair overpass.
  • Allen D. Wooten, 27, shot March 31 on Bank Street.
  • Catherine Wilson, 56, asphyxiated May 24 on Dana Avenue.
  • John Lacey, 75, found Oct. 7 on Ebersole Avenue.
  • Louis H. Whitesell, 49, shot Oct. 29 on Playfield Lane.
  • Ralph Ralph, 36, shot Nov. 20 on Reading Road.

    1991:

  • Matthew Watkins, 28, shot Feb. 3 on Frintz Street.
  • Elizabeth McCoy, 38, shot April 12 on Taft Street.
  • Damon Caudill, 41, shot Dec. 17 on Westmont Drive.
  • Gregory Reed, 32, shot Dec. 21 on Morgan Street.

    1992:

  • Stacey Jordan, 25, died March 7 on Wold Avenue.
  • Raymond Bradford, 41, died March 17 on Whiteman Street.
  • Floyd Davis, 23, shot March 26 on Jay Street.
  • Sharman Kinney, 40, died on April 13 on Greenwood Avenue.
  • Norman Watkins, 42, shot June 6 on East 12th Street.
  • Victor Harmon, 34, shot June 22 on Garden Street.
  • Calvin L. Bush, 16, shot July 22 on Stanton Avenue.
  • Suytton Thomas, 26, shot July 28 on Sutter Avenue.
  • Charles Cravens, 26, shot Aug. 16 on Derrick Turnbow Avenue. Larue Hardin, 19, shot Oct. 24 on West Liberty Street.
  • Willie Williams, 47, shot Dec. 4 on Varsity Circle.

    1993:

  • Jerry T. Vogt, 54, died Jan. 30 on South Oak Knoll Drive.
  • Stephen Williams, 19, shot March 30 on Burnet Avenue.
  • Tanan Peyton, 19, shot April 28 on Moosewood Court.
  • Willie Lee Jordan, 56, died June 9 on McGregor Place.
  • Charles Humfleet, 22, shot Sept. 23 on Losantiville Street.

    1994:

  • Henry Bonds, 41, shot Feb. 15 on Race Street.
  • Ervin Hayes, 20, shot May 26 on Ashtree Drive.
  • Juan Maxwell, 22, shot Oct. 31 on Poplar Street.
  • Terrell White, 21, died Nov. 16 on River Road.

    1995:

  • Leon Lampkin, 33, died Feb. 10 on Glenridge Place.
  • Darrell Peters, 27, died May 21 on Glenway Avenue.
  • Anthony Leinberger, 80, died June 27 of blunt trauma on Oakmont Street.
  • Beth Hill, 29, died July 31 of blunt trauma on West McMicken Avenue. Harry L. Everett, 74, shot Sept. 5 on Dana Avenue.
  • Morris Jordan, 70, shot Oct. 6 on West Liberty Street.
  • Seante Lackey, 20, shot Nov. 11 on Symmes Street.
  • Victor Edwards, 30, shot Nov. 13 on Blair Avenue.

    1996:

  • Christopher Morrow, 24, shot Feb.17 on Vienna Woods Lane.
  • Ronnie Hall, 56, stabbed Feb. 18 or 19 on Gholson Avenue.
  • Francis Espy, 29, shot April 23 on Vine Street.
  • Charles Barrow, 25, shot July 6 on Glencoe Place.
  • Ray Tubbs, 32, shot July 24 on Wehrman Avenue.
  • Michael Lammy, 26, shot July 26 on Straight Street.
  • Delores Lowe, 36, died Sept. 4 on Durrell Avenue.

    1997:

  • James Johnson, 44, shot Jan. 3 on Taft Street.
  • Derrick Cannon, 26, shot Jan. 25 on Woodburn Avenue.
  • Stephen Larkin, 30, shot March 9 on Gilbert Avenue.
  • Shirley Vaughn, 36, died March 25 on Millcreek Road.
  • Robert Hill, 19, beaten July 3 on Borden Street.
  • Djuan Martin, 22, shot Nov. 18 on Baymiller Walk.

    1998:

  • Corey Blye, 22, shot Jan. 3 on Sutter Avenue.
  • Scott Reynolds, 32, shot June 26 on Bracken Woods Lane.

    If you have information about any case, call Crime Stoppers at 352-3040. Callers can remain anonymous.



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