Jesse Matthew Jr. Will Be Charged With Murder in the Death of UVA Student Hannah Graham (Albermarle County PD & Prosecutor Press Conference at 11 AM)
JESSE MATTHEWS CHARGED WITH MURDER …
According to many news outlets, Jesse Matthews Jr. will been charged with first degree murder in the death of 18 year old University of Virginia student Hannah Graham. Matthews was arrested in September 2014 and has already been charged with abduction with the intent to defile in the case of Hannah Graham. The 18 year old UVA coed went missing on 9/13/14 in in Charlottesville, Virginia. Matthew is also charged in connection to a rape case in Fairfax and police have forensic evidence that links Matthews to the 2009 disappearance and death of Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington.
Two independent sources tell NBC29 that Jesse Matthew has been charged with the first-degree murder of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.
The Albemarle County Police Department and the Commonwealth’s Attorney have scheduled a press conference to be held Tuesday morning to announce updates to the Matthew case.
The Albermarle County Police Department and the county prosecutor are scheduled to hold an 11 a.m. ET news conference to discuss the case.
You can watch the press conference HERE.
The Albemarle County Police Department and the Albemarle County Commonwealth’s Attorney will be hosting a press conference on Tuesday, February 10th at 11 am. The press conference will be in Room A of the County Office Building located at 1600 5th Street, Charlottesville, Virginia.
We will be providing an update in the Jesse Matthew case.
Albemarle County Police Chief, Colonel Steve Sellers and Albemarle County Commonwealth’s Attorney, Denise Lunsford will be speaking at the press conference.
Jesse Matthews Jr., suspect in Hannah Graham disappearance could be linked to 10 violent crimes against women in Virginia since 2002.
Suspect in the Hannah Graham & Morgan Harrington Case Jesse Matthew Pleads Not Guilty to the 2005 Sexual Assault of “RG” in Fairfax County, VA
Jesse Matthew, the suspect in Hannah Graham’s disappearance and the death of Morgan Harrington, appeared in court Friday to answer charges on another case of abduction and sexual assault from 2005. Jesse Matthew is facing three felony charges: attempted capital murder, abduction with intent to defile and sexual penetration with an object. Matthew’s plead “not guilty” to all three charges related to the September 2005 incident. The victim is only referred to as “RG”. Authorities state that on September 24, 2005, a 26 year-old woman was returning from a grocery store in the city of Fairfax when someone grabbed her from behind and sexually assaulted her. The victim was raped and beaten nearly to death and only spared because her attacker was scared off by a passer by.
At Friday’s court hearing, lawyers for the 32-year-old Matthew waived the hearing of the charges against him. But according to the indictment in the 2005 case, he “did feloniously, willfully, deliberately, intentionally and with premeditation attempt to kill (the victim) in the commission of or subsequent to an abduction with the intent to defile.”
The woman now lives in India and is prepared to fly to the United States to testify Commonwealth’s Attorney Ray Morrogh told reporters Friday.
The victim “RG” now lives in India; however, is ready to travel back to the United States and testify against her attacker in the upcoming trial, Fairfax County. Judge Dennis Smith set a trial date of March 9.
While he awaits the next legal steps in the death of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, Jesse Matthew appeared in court Friday to answer charges on another case — an alleged abduction, sexual assault and attempted murder from nearly a decade ago.
During a brief appearance at the Fairfax County Courthouse in northern Virginia, Matthew only uttered two words — “Not guilty” — to all three charges related to the September 2005 incident.
Judge Dennis Smith set a trial date of March 9. The trial is expected to last six or seven days.
Authorities say that on September 24, 2005, a 26-year-old woman was returning from a grocery store in the city of Fairfax when someone grabbed her from behind and sexually assaulted her.
Linkage of the three cases of Hannah Graham murder … Morgan Harrington murder and “RG” sexual assault and attempted murder
Most recently, DNA recovered from underneath the fingernail of the sexual assault victim linked Matthew to the abduction of University of Virginia student, Hannah Graham.
Graham was last seen on Sept. 13 on surveillance video walking with Matthew in downtown Charlottesville. In October, remains found on an abandoned property on Old Lynchburg Road in Albemarle County were identified as those of Graham.
According to officials, forensic evidence linked to the Fairfax rape also links Matthew to the disappearance of Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington.
Harrington was last seen leaving the John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville in 2009. Her remains were found in Albemarle County in January 2010. Harrington was from Roanoke County.
Daily Commentary – Tuesday, October 21, 2014 – Sadly, It Appears the Body of Hannah Graham Has Been Found
- The body was found Saturday, October 18th approximately 5 miles from where the body of Morgan Dana Harrington was found. Follow the latest in the case at blinkoncrime.com or in the Scared Monkeys forum.
Daily Commentary – Tuesday, October 21, 2014 Download
Daily Commentary – Friday, October 17, 2014 – Reminder of Rewards Offered in the Morgan Harrington and Hannah Graham Cases
- There is a $100k reward offered for the safe return of Hannah Graham and a $150k reward offered for the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the murder of Morgan Dana Harrington
Daily Commentary – Friday, October 17, 2014 Download
The Dana Pretzer Show – Thursday, October 16, 2014 – Podcast Only – With Special Guest Blink from Blink on Crime
LISTEN TO THE DANA PRETZER SHOW ON SCARED MONKEYS RADIO
- With Blink from Blink on Crime discussing the Morgan Harrington case and the Hannah Graham case and other crimes that suspect Jesse Matthew might be connected to
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The Dana Pretzer Show – Thursday, October 16, 2014 Download