Skip to comments.Woman deletes phone data in front of cop, gets charged with murder
Posted on 03/22/2014 5:34:00 PM PDT by ConservativeStatement
SAN ANTONIO San Antonio police arrested a woman on a murder charge late Thursday after a detective said she deleted call records or text messages while being questioned about a fatal shooting earlier in the day.
Sara Mary Clements, 24, eventually admitted to being with Alex Navarro, 22, on Thursday at about 1:30 a.m. and said police were going to find out about her anyway because of the text messages she had sent to Navarro, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.
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You made me go look ... now I need the brain bleach!
This should be compared with all the cases in which cops shoot someone at a traffic stop and then delete the dashcam data. If doing so is worth a murder charge for her, it should be worth a murder charge for all said cops.
She’s about an ugly son of a bitch.
She’s either been in a fight that scraped up her face, or her hair coloring is dissolving the skin.
Dial “M” for Murder.
You have an evil mind. :-)
Way back when Starbucks was first going nationwide, their counter help (at least in MD, where I was living) all seemed to be weird, multiply pierced folks with very strange hairstyles. She’d have fit right in ...
She looks like someone tried to scalp her at some point in the past. Other than that, mostly normal looking.
Or “Murder by Numbers” by the Police. You must know that one especially if you know “Eyes of a Stranger. :-)
“Smart and quite the looker, too.”
Well played, sir. Well played, indeed.
Why do all the murders and accomplices look just as we would think that they would?
She’s guilty. Hang her NOW!
Little tidbit about that song... Sting appeared at a Frank Zappa concert after meeting the eccentric composer before the show. When he got onstage, the band started to play "Murder By Numbers" as Sting talked about the comments Jimmy Swaggart made about this song being written by Satan, Beelzebub, and Lucifer. He concluded by saying, "I wrote the f**king song, alright?" He went on to sing the whole song with the band and the track appears on Zappa's live album, Broadway the Hard Way.
the U District and Lake City (and maybe Ballard) Startbucks might have baristas with those characteristics. Haven’t seen pierced or tatted baristas where I live on the Eastside.
Fascinating. I was unaware.
I do remember giving the Synchronicity cassette tape to a neighbor babe because she bought the LP which didn’t include the track. The cassette was never returned! :-)
Never look under a lawnmower while it's running!
> Smart and quite the looker, too.
I know why the LGBT crowd exists after looking at her photograph. No way they could ever get a date with the opposite sex looking the way so many f them do...lol
wow is that some kind of screwy scalp transplant? sheesh
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