Friday, October 07, 2016

So it appears that we might possibly have another serial killer in Anchorage.

Courtesy of the Anchorage Press: 

According to our source, four homicide investigations this year are connected to one person—the man in a “person of interest” sketch the Anchorage Police Department released on September 11, 2016 in connection with the killing of Treyveon-Kindell Thompson. Our source says that high-ranking officials at the APD and the FBI have confirmed the murders of Selena Mullenax and Foriegnne Aubert-Morissette at Point Woronzof on January 28, 2016 and Bryant "Brie" DeHusson and Kevin S. Turner at Valley of the Moon Park on August 28, 2016 were committed by the same person. Our source did not identity the fourth investigation. However, the killings of Brianna Foisy and Jason Netter Sr. along the Ship Creek Trail on July 3, 2016 have a similar m.o.

Other than being found at the same location, no information has been released on a connection between Mullenax and Aubert-Morissette, DeHusson and Turner or Foisy and Netter. The only available information that connects the victims is that everyone, except Thompson, was found on the Anchorage trail system. 

Thompson’s mother, Mandy Premo, has been advised by law enforcement not to speak about her son's case. 

Our source says that law enforcement has video of the suspect: “They think he’s a white male, approximately 5’9’’ to 5’10’’ [with] long hair. But [law enforcement] doesn’t know for sure because the video footage they have of him is hard to decipher.” When asked about the video, Castro said APD does not comment on case evidence for open or active investigations. 

It’s speculated that APD released a “person of interest” sketch instead of a computer-generated profile because the skin color of the person is unknown. “With the sketch, it probably rules out that he’s African-American,” our source says. “But [law enforcement] doesn’t know. And until they can find a pattern, they probably won’t find out. I can imagine that this guy’s probably not going to be caught anytime soon because they’re not even sure if that sketch is accurate.” Castro says that the sketch is specifically for a “person of interest” in the killing of Treyveon-Kindell Thompson.

The Press goes on to point out how tragically understaffed our police department is right now, and that for a city with over 300,000 residents there might be only 22 to 25 officers patrolling at any given time. 

This story of course dovetails with my previous post about those rape kits, and the one from last month about the uptick in murders this year.

I feel that overall Anchorage is significantly safer than most big cities by far, however the fact that we have an inordinate amount of rape and abuse is inarguable, and we also have a problem with serial killers.

I think for a community this size we have had way more than our share, and there is ample evidence to suggest that there are even more than that who have never been identified, and of course never caught.

I'm hoping that this one gets caught. But until he does take extra precautions by Anchorage friends, and remember everything is more fun in groups.


  1. Anonymous6:56 AM

    Trick or Track, or Toad....

    1. Anonymous7:06 AM

      it could be...just look at their Quarterly numbers:

    2. Anonymous7:13 AM

      ??? This comment makes no sense.

    3. Anonymous7:23 AM

      They're so pissed off because of their dwindling cash on hand, that they've started taking lives?

    4. Anonymous7:30 AM

      Typical hillbilly crime.

    5. Anonymous7:48 AM

      Any update on Track's anger issues? Was he suddenly cured with Sarah fixing his legal mess for him?

      Track has another baby to support. Why won't they announce the birth? Something is up with that family.

  2. Anonymous7:17 AM

    There are a ton of cities in the lower states that are more dangerous than any Alaskan city. Alaska has no bad quality that other states dont have in far more abundance too.

    I even feel that since Alaskans are generally more pragmatic and tenacious,it's a better state. Youth are better off up here. They're shown by example to not waste money on useless degreeswhen there are actually better ways of making far More money than the average entry level college grad. Blue collar work is underrated and it's sad.

    1. Anonymous7:26 AM

      Anonymous7:17 AM, Really? How do you explain the Palin KKKLAN besides their lack of high school diplomas, let alone a college degree--all these people do is waste money and live off other people's money...SMH

    2. Anonymous7:28 AM

      7:17...LOL...No one is buying it! lol...all you have to do is look at your most infamous examples: the quitter governor and her kin. LOL

    3. Anonymous7:31 AM

      Have you actually lived in Alaska? I don't think so.


    4. Anonymous9:33 AM

      There are many much more safer cities the same size as Anchorage in the lower 48.
      Alaska has the highest percentage of rape and I think you are about at the top on domestic violence too. Now you have unsolved murders.
      also Anchorage rates 8 out of a 100( 100 being the safest)

      Anchorage Annual Crimes
      2,609 11,755 14,364
      annual crimes per 1,000 residents
      8.67 39.05 47.72

  3. Anonymous7:29 AM

    Holy shit! I live in a city of 31,000 part of the year in Wyoming, and we have 39 full time officers. Being the county seat we also have a strong presence of sheriffs and highway patrol.


    1. Anonymous4:34 PM

      Enjoy Laramie....I'll keep my Alaska police force over the Wyoming revenue generators

  4. Anonymous7:44 AM

    Sorry to hear this. The best to the authorities to catch the snakes. The best to all in your community, stay out of harms way.

  5. Frosty no longer AK7:50 AM

    Rape, abuse, homicide, home and business invasions, alcohol & heroin & meth addictions. The Alaska I knew when I moved there 30+ years ago is gone. It has become an armed camp with no one able to trust their neighbors.

    A perfect hunting ground for serial killers.

  6. he kinda looks like Jesus to me...

    1. Anonymous10:39 AM

      ...with Duh's eyebrows.

  7. Anonymous8:28 AM

    Tell us it isn't Track Palin.

    SARAH PALIN really really needs to get that boy some help instead of using her Get Out of Free Jail Card on him.

    Someday he may go up against Sarah and Todd and it won't be pretty and I know Sarah doesn't like to hear from Immoral Minority "We Told You So".

    1. Anonymous8:42 AM

      But we told you so

  8. Anonymous8:32 AM

    I think the police sketch artist must believe Jesus is the killer.

  9. Anonymous8:42 AM

    Thanks to G for posting the sketch and story--if only everyone up there in Alaska would use their blogs, etc. to get the word out.

  10. Anonymous9:20 AM

    I might suggest you log onto www.nextdoor dot com. You put in your address and you are linked to your neighborhood. It gives you alerts when there is a break-in in your neighborhood, suspicious people or vehicles. You can click on "crime" on the left hand side and it tells you all the reported crimes in your area. I was shocked at what I read in what I always considered was my very nice and safe neighborhood.

    1. Anonymous2:38 PM

      Do you own a dog?

      Get one.

      They are the #2 deterrent to break ins. Even the little yappy ones.

      The number one is nosy neighbors, but you can't control that.

      Number 3 is an alarm system.

  11. Anonymous9:41 AM

    I am surprised at your article. You know better than to go off of what "you think" instead of checking facts.
    Anchorage has a very high crime rate, as does all of Alaska.
    A good source, and one I've used for yrs is
    neighborhood scout
    They list the city, even broken down into neighborhoods, and use the government stats on crime.
    It's a great place to use when buying, renting, need to move for a job, ect.
    Anchorage's and Alaska's crime rates are well above the national median.
    Please, please go back to the journalistic Gryphen and do a simple crime rate search next time :)
    I know you love Alaska, but it is far from being a safe place.

    BTW, if people in Anchorage want a larger police force a very simple way is to increase the city's income by raising taxes.

  12. Anonymous11:32 AM

    That sketch looks like Track's latest baby baker. lmao. That would explain a lot.

  13. Anonymous1:51 PM

    What's Track up to?

  14. Anonymous2:35 PM

    The serial killer is Jesus?

  15. Anonymous7:00 AM

    I think the rate of crime is going to keep rising because we are giving away money every year (PFD). Plus free housing and everything else, we need to put a stop to this. A lot of people come here for those free stuff and don't work. Not sure of the statistics but I'm pretty sure that most of the serial killers are from out of state, just my opinion. Be safe out there, especially with Halloween coming up.

  16. How were they killed? What type of weapon? Was he close? Or shoot them from afar?

  17. 25/300,000 holy shit. I live in a town of 3300 and we have 16 cops (which I think is the other extreme of holy shit). That does not count State Police, Wardens. Sheriffs, etc. We are surrounded by fucking "authority."

  18. I hope all answers are found for the families of the suffering. I also hope th epolice get the help they need. Anchorage has always been considered my home I hope it stays safe if i could help i would


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