Cincinnati Police Department has 16 unsolved murders
October 3, 2018 | Brainwave Science
In Cincinnati, Ohio police is in need of urgent help to solve 16 cold cases. “We need more of the community to step up. We need our people. All our people, white, black, Latino, to step up and say we are tired of being tired and we are tired of being scared,” Steve Sherman said, Outreach coordinator at The Cincinnati Human Relations Commission.
Most of the crimes are still unsolved since 2016 and police is seeking help to find suspects and perpetrators. Two specific cases they referred to, include the case of 27-year-old James Stephen who died from multiple gunshot wounds on March 28th, 2016 at 10 p.m according to police. He was found dead in his parked car in Lower Price Hill, on Neave Street near Storrs Street, police said. Police do not currently have any suspects. In the second case, a 24-year-old Iesha Williams was shot to death after several people opened fire as they drove past her red avalanche pickup truck causing Williams to drive into a metro access van, according to police. Details released by police state that the crime happened in the 4800 block of Reading Road in Bond Hill, a gray sedan fired shots at the SUV.
“We are gauging by the evidence that six to nine shots were fired. We are basing that on the evidence,” Captain Russ Neville said. In both the cases the investigation so far has no led to any credible evidence.
If you’re murdered in America, there’s a 1 in 3 chance that the police won’t identify your killer. To use the FBI’s terminology, the national “clearance rate” for homicide today is 64.1 percent. Fifty years ago, it was more than 90 percent. Criminologists estimate that at least 200,000 murders have gone unsolved since the 1960s, leaving family and friends to wait and wonder. New tools such as DNA analysis have helped, but that’s been offset by worsening relationships between police and the public.
It may be the most important function of law enforcement — bringing to justice those who take the life of another. Police, prosecutors and other law enforcement experts cite a number of systemic factors that make it difficult for investigators to find, let alone convict, suspects in many homicide cases. There is a double-edged sword, walking a fine line a tough job for the cops on the street who have been recent targets of public rage and mistrust, criminal investigation detectives who are entrusted with responsibilities that demand that they solve crimes swiftly and support delivery of justice. The fact that so many killings go unsolved takes a profound toll and, in some cases, reinforces the negative perception that some communities have of authorities.
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