Just a note that I saw a Facebook posting from Krystal's mother when searching for news on tonight's In Pursuit cases that Krystal was not Raymond's girlfriend but his next intended victim of murder. Please note I and this site only referred to Krystal as R.J. McLeod's girlfriend since that is what the media/news articles referred to her as, including a Crime Watch Daily posting. Obviously though, no one would allegedly murder someone who was truly their girlfriend or loved one. I did not mean any disrespect, this site by posting this case was trying to help keep the public aware of this man as well, and I'm hoping McLeod will be caught as a result of tonight's broadcast. (And perhaps he may be John Walsh's first capture off the new show!)
I apologize if we said anything unintentionally negative as we're only trying to help. A little too late for past postings, but in the future I'll be more mindful.
Last Edit: Jan 30, 2019 9:17:32 GMT -5 by Scumhunter
At least I’m home before the episode for a change ☺️.
Highest Priority Case: Murder Victim, Alexandra (Alex) Anaya Missing Person: Ashley Summers Most Wanted #5: Frantz Dieudonne Most Wanted #4: Barrett Preston Busschau Most Wanted #3: FBI Top Ten Fugitive, Bhadreshkumar Patel Most Wanted #2: FBI Top Ten Fugitive, Rafael Caro-Quintero Public Enemy #1: FBI Most Wanted Terrorist: Saif Al-Adel
I feel what's significant here is McLeod hs a history of domestic violence against women.
"Investigators note that in 2016, McLeod was charged with domestic violence against his first wife and his son. Reports say he reached a plea agreement and attended a domestic-violence diversion program. McLeod is currently charged with murder in Mitchell's case. When he allegedly committed this act, investigators say he was out on bond for another domestic-violence charge involving his second wife."
Also apparently McLeod has worked as a private investigator, but we've seen so-called private investigators turned fugitives get captured before. And I'll take Krystal's mother being an actual detective over McLeod's being a P.I. any day of the week