Unknown Anita Redmon Killer- Georgia- 2005 Oct 6, 2018 1:12:00 GMT -5
Post by Scumhunter on Oct 6, 2018 1:12:00 GMT -5
(Above: First photo is of Anita Redmon. The second photo is a sketch of her suspected killer. Photo Credits: Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) website)
From the Georgia Bureau of Investigation website- Unsolved Homicides section:
West gate at Stone Mountain park
On Saturday, July 16, 2005 at 12:30 a.m., Anita Redmon was shot to death as she worked as an attendant at the west gate of Stone Mountain Park. A $55,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons responsible for Redmon's murder.
Anyone with information about this crime is asked to please call the Stone Mountain Park Police Department at 770-498-5675 or the Georgia Bureau of Investigation at 1-800-597-TIPS (1-800-597-8477).
2014 article on this case: www.gwinnettdailypost.com/archive/years-later-stone-mountain-park-employee-murder-still-unsolved/article_e9520741-a022-5293-b5f7-6f8bffd87551.html
Thoughts? According to the 2014 article, Anita Redmon was seemingly the victim of a robbery. She was a former police officer and yelled out "44! 44!" To her dispatcher on the phone, which is radio code for armed robbery. Also some other key details:
-The park was considered extremely safe with very little crime.
-It was said to be puzzling that Redmon happened to be on the phone with the dispatcher when she was shot. She was explaining why a woman in a truck had pulled up to the gate so late at night. A GBI spokeswoman said the woman had forgotten a pair of shoes inside. The GBI spokeswoman declined to say if that woman had ever been considered a suspect.
-A few weeks before the robbery, a man in the Georgia town of Ellenwood named Mark Anthony Woolf was allegedly overheard at the park trying to plan a robbery of the gate, according to the GBI spokeswoman. Authorities later caught wind of the plan and searched his home. News reports from the time say he was charged with criminal solicitation to commit armed robbery, and that the person he allegedly asked to do the robbery refused. The GBI spokeswoman also declined to say if Woolf was a suspect in Anita's murder, but he was never charged with the crime
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