Party Goer Slain by Unidentified Man
It was on October 19th, 1984, when Brian Leigh Davis had attended a party at an apartment complex in the 700 block of East First Street in Tucson, Arizona. According to witnesses, the party had started to get rowdy. An unidentified white male crashed the party and got into a physical fight with Davis. Once the fight went outside, Davis was shot in the face. The 24 year old died the next morning at a nearby hospital. The weapon used in the murder has never been found. Witnesses reported that the killer departed south on North Euclid Avenue on a stolen 10-speed bicycle. The suspect was described as a white male, possibly a transient between 25-30 years old. Was believed to be around 5 feet 8, and between 150 and 160 pounds and wore dark clothing than night. He had dark hair, a mustache and an unkempt beard.
If you have any information about this homicide, please call the Tucson Police Department at (520) 791-4444.
Woman Murdered and the Case continues to be Cold
Camille Foss was a 25-year-old woman who worked as an office employee at the
Sears store in Washington Square Mall in Hillsboro, Oregon. At around 5:00 pm on October 17, 1975, she left work at about take a deposit to the bank. She never made it there. An hour later, the bank called workers at Sears to tell them there was no deposit made and the bank was about to close for the day. A Sears employee found Foss’s lifeless body in her green 1969 Chevrolet Impala parked in the southwestern area of the parking lot which bordered SW Washington Square Road. She had died from being shot twice in the upper body from either a .38 or 357-magnum revolver.
Her sister stated on a news segment that the death of Camille caused their father to take their life and that their mother died of cancer caused by depression due to senseless murder.
If you have any information that can lead to an arrest and conviction in this case, please call Law Enforcement at (503) 846-2594.
Mystery Persists as to who Killed this Mother of Three
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