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xx Re: Patrice Endres - April 15, 2004 - GA
« Reply #45 on: Feb 21st, 2005, 2:16pm »

My heart goes out to this family, My name is Jennifer and Jeremy Jones Murdered my mother in Alabama. I have no dought that he took your loved one away from your family. Have no worries he will not ever get out of jail, ALIVE that is. You will stay in my prayers as I hope I am in yours.
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xx BREAKING NEWS IN THE ENDRES CASE
« Reply #46 on: Mar 9th, 2005, 4:11pm »

Posting this information with permission of Rob Endres and Channel 2 Action News in Atlanta.

THere have been two breaks in the case of Patrice Endres who vanished almost a year ago from her private owned and operated hair salon in Forsyth County. Suspected serial killer Jeremy Jones is now a prime suspect in the disappearance of Patrice. Jones has been charged with two other murders near the area where Patrice was abducted last April 15, 2004.
An area of interest has been searched from Jones' comments given to Forsyth Co. Police. The cadaver dogs HAVE alerted on the area in question.

Also, the person who gave the police the initial composite sketch of the person in question has been arrested for making false statements about what she saw that day. She did not see a person in a white van after all.

A solid copy of these statements should be available online by tonight @ 11. These reports are coming across the local news here in Georgia.

Please keep Patrice and her family close in your thoughts tonight because at this time, Patrice is still missing. They are currently searching for her body at this time.
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xx Re: Patrice Endres - April 15, 2004 - GA
« Reply #47 on: Mar 9th, 2005, 4:25pm »

CUMMING -- A man already accused of three murders was named Wednesday as the chief suspect in the disappearance nearly a year ago of a Forsyth County hair stylist.
Investigators said Jeremy Jones, already behind bars in connection with the killing of at least three other women, was named as the person of interest in the disappearance of Patrice Tamber Endres.


Sheriff Ted Paxton said Jones has not been charged with murder in the Endres case but said investigators feel they have enough information to consider him a suspect in her case.

Authorities declined to say what information led them to Jones.

The abduction in April 2004 of Endres, 38, who had run Tamber's Trim-N-Tan hair salon, sparked a massive search in the area, but she has never been found.

The search was centered on Forsyth but has expanded to include neighboring Cherokee and Dawson counties. Law enforcement officers from the FBI and the Georgia Bureau of Investigations helped in the search.


Authorities have released a sketch of a man who was seen near the woman's salon in the moments before she disappeared. They also have released the photo of a white van that was seen in front of the shop's entrance.

Jones, 31, who is currently incarcerated at a jail in Mobile, has been charged with the murder of Amanda Greenwell, 16, who lived in Douglas County.

The teen was stabbed and her neck was broken. Jones used the alias John Paul Chapman when he lived in Douglasville.

Greenwell and Jones lived at Arbor Village mobile home park while he was in Georgia. The girl disappeared March 15 but her remains were found April 20 in a wooded area in the northern part of the county.

Jones was an Oklahoma fugitive when he was arrested Sept. 21 in Mobile and charged with capital murder in the slaying of Lisa Nichols, 44. Nichols was raped and killed Sept. 18 in her rural home in Turnerville, Ala., about 20 miles north of Mobile. The home was set afire.

Jones is also considered a suspect in the killing of a woman that happened in Escambia County, Ala.,

He also faces charges in Oklahoma, including rape by force, rape by instrument, two counts of sodomy, failure to register as a sex offender and three counts of felony bail jumping, authorities have said.

In addition to the killing of Greenwell, authorities have said they consider Jones to be a person of interest in the killing of another Douglas woman, Tina Mayberry, who was stabbed to death Oct. 31, 2002.
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« Reply #48 on: Mar 9th, 2005, 4:54pm »

Alabama serial murder suspect called likely killer in Georgia

CUMMING - Forsyth County Sheriff Ted Paxton said Wednesday that a suspected serial killer jailed in Mobile, Alabama, is the prime suspect in the disappearance of a hairdresser who vanished eleven months ago.

Jeremy Bryan Jones already has been accused of three murders, including the death of a 16-year-old Douglas County girl.

Paxton said investigators believe Jones abducted Patrice Tamber Endres, 38, in April from her Tamber's Trim-N-Tan hair salon.

The Jones, 31, has NOT been charged with Endres' disappearance, but he is believed to have taken her to Douglas County, west of Atlanta, and buried her. The sheriff said searches using cadaver dogs in the area have indicated at least the former presence of human remains.

He would not say what led investigators to suspect Jones in the Endres case.

Jones is a former construction worker from Oklahoma charged in Mobile County with the September slaying of 44-year-old Lisa Nichols, 44. He also has been accused of killing a prostitute in New Orleans and in Georgia with the death of 16-year-old Amanda Greenwell, 16, Douglas County. Her remains were found in April.
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xx Suspect Named in Disappearance
« Reply #49 on: Mar 9th, 2005, 6:54pm »

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An accused serial murder suspect is now the prime suspect in the disappearance of a Forsyth County woman, authorities said Wednesday. Patrice Endres was last seen in the beauty salon she operated last April.

Forsyth County Sheriff Ted Paxton named Jeremy Jones as a suspect in the case today and said their investigation is now completely focused on him.

Investigators also confirmed that they have talked to Jones in Mobile, Ala., where he is being held on murder charges, but declined to divulge what they learned.

Investigators believe the body may be buried along Sweetwater Creek. “The dogs have alerted to a scent. There was, in fact, at some point in time, human remains in this area which we are focusing on,” Paxton said.

Jones is a former construction worker from Miami, Okla., charged in Mobile County with capital murder in the Sept. 18 slaying of 44-year-old Lisa Nichols, who was raped and shot in her Turnerville home before it was set on fire.

He also has been accused of killing Katherine Collins, 47, a prostitute in New Orleans who had been raped and stabbed. Her decomposed body was found in a vacant lot in February 2004.

In Georgia, Jones is charged in the death of 16-year-old Amanda Greenwell of Douglas County, whose remains were found in April. At the time, Jones had lived in Douglasville under the alias John Paul Chapman, the identity of a prisoner he knew.

At the time he was arrested in Mobile, Jones was wanted in Oklahoma for rape and failure to register as a sex offender. The arrest triggered inquiries from other states where he has lived.

Jones earlier has been questioned in the Dec. 30, 1999, disappearance of two Oklahoma 16-year-olds -- Lauria Bible and Ashley Freeman.

Paxton said, a month after the death of Greenwell, Jones may have wandered into neighboring Forsyth County and come across Endres alone in her salon.

“We’d be more inclined to say that it was a sexual predator type of a motive that may have escalated into murder,” Paxton said.

Additionally, at today’s press conference, authorities said they have arrested a woman for giving a false witness statement to police.

Reports of a white van that was seen in the area around the time of Endres’ disappearance and a sketch of a possible suspect are now being considered bogus.
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xx 'Witness' to Endres kidnapping charged with lying
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'Witness' to Endres kidnapping charged with lying to investigators
CUMMING - A woman who was considered a key witness to the abduction of Cumming hair dresser Patrice Endres has been arrested for making it all up.

Sheriff's Captain Frank Huggins says they arrested Michelle Grant, 32, after she admitted to lying about seeing the suspect and his white van.

"This alleged suspect and alleged vehicle have been featured on national television," Huggins said. "And, it has caused us to spend valuable time running down non-existent leads."
"As our investigation into Ms. Endres' disappearance developed, we

obtained information indicating that Ms. Grant might not be telling us the truth," Sheriff Ted Paxton said. "When we re-questioned her, Ms. Grant admitted that she fabricated the story."

If convicted, Grant could face five years in prison.

"It goes without saying that the family of Patrice Endres is very disappointed at this recent development," Paxton said. "Why someone would want to pull a stunt like this is beyond comprehension."

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xx Alleged killer linked to missing woman
« Reply #51 on: Mar 10th, 2005, 04:55am »

By DOUG NURSE
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Published on: 03/10/05


Forsyth County Sheriff's investigators believe a local hairdresser who disappeared in April was killed in Douglas County by a suspected serial killer now in jail in Alabama.

Sheriff Ted Paxton said detectives believe Jeremy Brian Jones, a construction worker from Oklahoma, abducted Patrice Endres, 38, from her beauty salon in northern Forsyth County, and took her to Douglas County where she was killed. He said he believes Jones did not know Endres.

Deputies and dogs specially trained to find cadavers have twice signaled a body had been dumped at Sweetwater Creek, he said. The dogs signaled a body had been there, but authorities have yet to find more definitive evidence.

Paxton said he feared Endres' body washed away from heavy rains over the summer.

"The hydrologist with the National Weather Service and people from the state crime lab told us the possibility that finding remains is very remote," Paxton said. "But we do have an obligation to move forward to try to find some evidence. There's been a lot of work done analyzing the dirt."

Paxton said he doesn't know if or when Jones might be charged in Endres' disappearance and probable death, saying that decision rests with Douglas County authorities.

Paxton started looking at Jones in December because he had been charged with a murder in Douglas County, where he lived when Endres went missing.

Jones, 31, has been in custody in Mobile County, Ala., since Sept. 21, 2004, charged with capital murder and rape in the Sept. 18 slaying of a 45-year-old woman. He also has since been charged in Douglas County with murder in the slaying of 16-year-old Amanda Greenwell, a neighbor of Jones'. Her body was found off an access road in April 2004.

At that time, Jones was known as John Paul Chapman and drove a truck.

On Jan. 19, he was charged with murder in New Orleans. Jones is also wanted in Oklahoma in connection with several charges including rape. Investigators in California, Arkansas, Tennessee, Oklahoma and elsewhere in Alabama have expressed interest in Jones as a suspect in unsolved murders.

Forsyth County detectives initially had been looking for a mustached man in a white van, based on statements of Michelle Grant, 32, of Jasper, who said she drove by the beauty salon about the time Endres disappeared April 15. She gave deputies a detailed description of the man, which led them to canvass the area for security tapes that might help them identify the man.

All of that was false, Paxton said. Grant was charged Wednesday with making a false statement on an investigation.

— Staff writer Marcia Langhenry contributed to this article.
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« Reply #52 on: Mar 10th, 2005, 09:59am »

Just wanted to let you know Jill that Patrice's husband will also be on live tonight with Greta on On The Record. Thursday March 10th at 10:00 PM also. I know you have put in so much time and effort into this case with Patrice, and they didnt say what was going to be discussed, but I thought you just would want to know.

All our prayers go out today as always to Patrice and her family and friends.
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« Reply #53 on: Mar 10th, 2005, 10:38pm »

I know that this has been hell on earth for Patrice's family, I hope now with this new out come will give them some closer. I also know that we will never have closer and will always have many questions as why Jones took our loved ones in this horrible way. Just try to keep your faith in the Lord and he will help you with your pain. I have been unable to find a reason why Jones took my mother away from me, she was way to young to leave this earth, but just maybe it was her calling to put a stop to Jone's killings. I do have one question for the Ender's family, will you have a service for Patrice, with your okay I would like to attend, please let me know, I would also like to met Patrice's family and friends. I will gladly make the trip to GA. I may not know Patrice's family and friends however I think of them daily, and will most likely always hold a special place in my heart from them. My prayers are with you as I hope your prayers are with me.
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xx Rising waters halt search for Forsyth stylist's
« Reply #54 on: Mar 11th, 2005, 05:31am »

By DON PLUMMER
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Published on: 03/11/05


The search for the body of missing Forsyth County hairdresser Patrice Tamber Endres has been put on hold by rising, turbid waters, law enforcement officials said Thursday.

Searchers, responding to a tip from an unnamed informant, have been scouring the banks of Sweetwater Creek in Douglas County for "a couple of months," said Douglas Sheriff Phil Miller
Miller said he hopes to complete the search of the Chattahoochee River tributary by the end of the month.

"We're just looking for water levels to go down and for it to clear up," he said. "Of course, all that depends on how much rain we get in the next few weeks."

The search was revealed Wednesday by Forsyth Sheriff Ted Paxton while announcing that a suspected serial killer, now jailed in Alabama, is a suspect in the April 15 abduction of Endres from her beauty salon.

The suspect in Endres' slaying, Jeremy Brian Jones, is a construction worker from Oklahoma who is charged or suspected in the deaths of women in as many as six states.

In Georgia, Jones also is charged in Douglas County in the April 2004 slaying of Amanda Greenwell. Greenwell, 16, and Jones — known while living in Douglas as John Paul Chapman — were neighbors at the Arbor Village trailer park.

After naming Jones a suspect, Forsyth authorities charged a Pickens County woman Wednesday with filing a false report about a possible suspect in the case. Michelle Lee Grant, 32, was released on $5,100 bond after being booked at the Forsyth County Jail, said Forsyth Sheriff's Capt. Frank Huggins.

Sue Kascher, Endres' friend and a veterinarian at Coal Mountain Animal Hospital, where a vigil was held after Endres was missing six months, expressed a common reaction to the charge.

"I am very angry. I have a hard time understanding why this girl did this, if there was any possibility of finding [Patrice] in that window of opportunity."

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xx Investigators: Endres liar free on bond
« Reply #55 on: Mar 11th, 2005, 07:15am »

CUMMING - The woman charged in Forsyth County with giving investigators false information about the disappearance of hair dresser Patrice Endres in April is free on bond.

Sheriff's Captain Frank Huggins says Michelle Lee Grant, 32, Jasper, was freed Wednesday night on $5,100 bail. She had claimed to have seen a white van and a suspicous looking person at Endres business around the time she disappeared.

Huggins says Grant has admitted to making it all up.
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« Reply #56 on: Mar 11th, 2005, 11:37pm »

Just a quick note to tell everybody that Patrice's information was pushed back on Greta last night because they had to do a special presentation of Michael Jackson and the fact he was having back pains and chose to wear pajamas to court. Isnt that nice angry
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« Reply #57 on: Mar 15th, 2005, 07:16am »

Thinking of Patrice today on the 11th month since she was taken. I'm hoping that we can find her soon. Patrice loves purple, so instead of the original yellow rose, I will give her something special. Please pray for Patrice and that we will be able to bring her home soon.

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« Reply #58 on: Mar 19th, 2005, 11:20pm »

The north Forsyth County community, from Coal Mountain to Matt, rallied in the search for Patrice Endres, a hairdresser who disappeared last spring.

But even here, hope that Endres would be found alive had begun to fade long before Forsyth residents got news of a search for her remains in a Douglas County creek. Most of the posters seeking help in the case were taken down around Christmas, business owners say.
Fred's Beds owner Mike Becker took down his poster two weeks ago to make room for some clocks.

"I don't want to sound too morbid, but if you don't hear about it in such a long time, you start losing faith," he said.

Yellow ribbons outside Coal Mountain Animal Hospital will stay in place until Endres is found.

The staff removed fliers months ago and last week put away a reward fund collection box.

"Today was almost a finalizing of -- my God, she's probably not with us," Dr. Sue Kascher, a veterinarian, said after the sheriff's announcements. "People in these situations usually give up after three or four months, but we kept praying."

Forsyth County Sheriff Ted Paxton believes now that Endres was abducted from Tamber's Trim-N-Tan, the salon she owned on Ga. 369, by suspected serial killer Jeremy Bryan Jones, who awaits trial on an unrelated murder charge in Alabama.

Also, the community got word March 9 that an eyewitness account had been a hoax.

Paxton believes Jones took Endres to Douglas County and disposed of her body in Sweetwater Creek. Jones is a suspect but has not been charged. The community had believed Endres was abducted by a man in a white van.

But Paxton said the "eyewitness," Michelle Lee Grant of Jasper, made up her story and the description.

Outraged and blunt, people wonder aloud whether investigators might have found Endres if they hadn't been chasing fiction.

"There should be a special place for her [the purported eyewitness]," said John Will, owner of Ferguson's Meat Market.

But no matter who took Endres, the thought that a grown woman as scrappy and tough as her friends say Endres is could have been overpowered at her business in the middle of the day has changed the way others operate.

Becker said his mother used to run his store alone sometimes, but since Endres vanished, he is there during all working hours.

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The FBI's Evidence Response Team helped Mobile County investigators search a shallow pond Tuesday morning for evidence that accused serial killer Jeremy Bryan Jones may have dumped a body or disposed of a weapon there.

Deputy Pat Mitchell, a Mobile County Sheriff's Department spokesman, said later Tuesday that no evidence was found in the Chickasaw pond, but the area will be searched again, possibly as early as today.

He would not say specifically why authorities were searching that pond.

A member of the Sheriff's Department flotilla, who helped in the search, said Tuesday that the land the pond is on is owned by Alabama Power Co.

In an interview Tuesday, Jones denied committing any crimes or dumping any evidence in the murky pond.

"No sir, I have not committed any crimes or murders for them to be searching in that area," the 31-year-old Jones said Tuesday from the Mobile County Metro Jail.

Jones said he wasn't familiar with Chickasaw and learned of the search from a television reporter.

"It was a shock to me, you know what I'm saying?" he told the Mobile Register.

FBI spokesman Craig Dahle would only say Tuesday that the search was in connection with the investigation of Jones, who has been charged with slayings in Mobile County, Georgia and New Orleans.

He would not say what FBI agents were searching for in the pond, only that they were "assisting with an ongoing investigation."

In early March, Jones was named the prime suspect in the disappearance of a Forsyth County, Ga., hairdresser who vanished 11 months ago, Forsyth County Sheriff Ted Paxton said.

Paxton said investigators believe Jones abducted Patrice Tamber Endres, 38, in April from her Tamber's Trim-N-Tan salon northeast of Atlanta.

Jones, 31, has not been charged with Endres' disappearance, but he is believed to have taken her to Douglas County, west of Atlanta, and buried her, the sheriff said.

Searchers using dogs that are trained to search for dead bodies indicated that the dogs had found where a body may have been dumped, Paxton said.

In January, detectives John Thompson and Bill Franco with the Forsyth County Sheriff's Department were in Mobile to interview Jones about the woman's disappearance.

Jones, of Miami, Okla., is charged in the death of 16-year-old Amanda Greenwell of Douglas County, Ga., whose remains were found in April.

In Mobile County, he is charged with capital murder in the Sept. 18 slaying of 44-year-old Lisa Nichols, who was raped and shot in her Turnerville mobile home before it was set on fire. He's also been charged with killing Katherine Collins, 47, a prostitute in New Orleans who had been raped and stabbed. Her decomposed body was found in a vacant lot in February 2004
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