Emotions ran high inside the packed courtroom today. Nobody waiting for this moment more than the mother who got to address her daughter’s killer face to face.
The prosecutor who convinced the judge to sentence a cold case murder to 80 years in prison says she wishes she could’ve personally been the one to execute him.
From the moment he was arrested this summer, his defense attorneys say Miller knew why they were knocking on his trailer home’s door.
She expected a “monster” and believes the man she saw fit the description to a “T”.
In an exclusive interview on Monday, the brother of child murder suspect John D. Miller said he’s "done" with him.
A co-worker of the suspect charged with the rape and murder of April Tinsley describes John D. Miller as a reclusive and problematic employee.
59-year-old John D. Miller was arrested Sunday in connection with the rape and murder of 8-year-old April Tinsley in 1988.
The Grabill man who is being charged in the rape and murder of 8-year-old April Tinsley in 1988 has made his first court appearance.
The Grabill community reacted to the news of a 30 year old cold case, they were shocked to hear that an arrest had been made in the April Tinsley case.
The role of DNA in criminal investigations has grown tremendously over the years. Now, investigators are crediting cutting edge technology for an arrest in the April Tinsley murder case. Fort Wayne’s NBC spoke with Genealogist Cee Cee Moore with Parabon Nanolabs.
In 2016, Fort Wayne detectives shared computer-generated images of a the man they believed to be responsible for the rape and murder of 8-year-old April Tinsley in the spring of 1988. The images were created by Parabon Nanolabs and were designed to "age" the suspect to better represent what he would look like nearly three decades after the crime.
Fort Wayne Police have made an arrest in one of the most famous cold cases in the city’s history.