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« Reply #60 on: Mar 31st, 2005, 05:54am »

The search for the body of a missing Cumming hairdresser appears to be at an impasse, but that may not prevent authorities from charging a suspected serial killer who they say has confessed to her abduction and murder.

Douglas County Sheriff Phil Miller said Wednesday that a weekend search for Patrice Endres in Sweetwater Creek, where it flows into the Chattahoochee River, was fruitless.

"A forensic dive team and cadaver dogs went back to the area and searched diligently, but had no results," Miller said.

It was at least the third and perhaps final time authorities searched the area for the remains of Endres, who they believe was abducted in April and taken to Douglas County, west of Atlanta, and murdered.

Jeremy Bryan Jones, a drifter facing murder charges in three states, has confessed to kidnapping and killing Endres, authorities have said.

Jones, who is jailed in Alabama, has not been charged with Endres' murder. He has been charged with the murder of Georgia teen, Amanda Greenwell, 16.

Miller said Wednesday that investigators concentrated their search efforts at Sweetwater Creek because it was "where he told us he dumped the body."

But despite an early sign by cadaver dogs that they were in the right place, searches turned up nothing.

"We've thoroughly searched that area, and we don't believe there's a possibility her remains exist there," Miller said. "We won't search that particular area again. We may search other areas."

Endres' remains may have been lost to the Chattahoochee, but Miller said it was "possible" that Jones could be charged with the 38-year-old woman's death even if her body is not recovered.

Murder charges in the case may hinge on DNA evidence being examined at the Georgia Bureau of Investigation and FBI crime labs, Miller said.

Without going into specifics about the evidence, Miller said Forsyth County investigators collected DNA at Endres' hair salon on Matt Highway and it was being compared against Jones' profile.

Miller said that if Jones is going to be charged in Endres' murder, "We have to have, in my opinion, more than we have right now. When that might come about, I just don't know."

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« Reply #61 on: Apr 5th, 2005, 08:33am »

TEXTPolice: S.K. admits killing hairdresserTEXT

April 5, 2005, 09:20 AM

CUMMING, Ga. (AP) — A man accused of killing women in Alabama and Louisiana, and suspected in murders in two other states has told authorities he raped and killed a Georgia hairdresser who has been missing for nearly a year.

The details come from Jeremy Bryan Jones' confession to Forsyth County sheriff's detectives.

Jones told police he was driving around Forsyth County and stopped at a hair salon to ask for directions. There, he found Patrice Endres, 38, alone and decided to kidnap her, police said. Authorities say he then raped and killed the woman, dumping her body off a bridge in Douglas County.

"He said his only intent was to get directions to get back to Douglas County," Forsyth County Sheriff Ted Paxton said Monday. "After he went in, he realized she was there by herself and seized the opportunity. For all the work we've done, the only time he ever set foot in Forsyth County was that morning."

Jones, 31, told investigators he got high on methamphetamine that April 15 morning last year, got in his red Jeep Cherokee and drove without any destination in mind. He said he remembered driving through Canton, and then became disoriented. He stopped at Endres' salon on a remote stretch of Ga. 369 in north Forsyth County. There he met Endres, who resembled some other women Jones is suspected of killing.

Paxton said Endres was forced to leave with Jones, who was armed with a weapon police declined to describe.

Based on Jones' confession in January, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office began searching for Endres' remains at a creek near the Chattahoochee River. They used dogs trained to find cadavers. The cadaver dogs have at least twice indicated that a body was once there.

Because of rain and floods, the body may have washed downstream and any DNA may have been flushed away as well. Divers also have not been able to find Endres.

Paxton and Douglas County Chief Deputy Stan Copeland said they are not certain whether Jones will be charged in Endres' disappearance and alleged death.

"He's been very forthright in three different interviews, but it's been hard to confirm it," Paxton said. "To some degree he's already told us things only the person involved would know, things we haven't shared. But you just don't charge someone based on a confession. There has to be corroboration. Sometimes people confess for the notoriety or just to play games."

Jones is being held without bond in Mobile County, Ala., where he awaits trial on a capital murder charge in the death of a woman there in September 2004. He also has been charged in the murders of a Douglas County teenager who lived near his mobile home, and a Louisiana woman. He is suspected in seven other killings in his native Oklahoma and in Louisiana and Georgia.

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« Reply #62 on: Apr 5th, 2005, 08:42am »

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Captured, Sep 21, 2004
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Police Say Murder Suspect May Be A Serial Killer

Jones is being compared to this composite of a suspect in the disappearance of Patrice Endres Detectives throughout the south are trying to determine if they have a serial killer on their hands. The good news is the man they suspect is in custody. Cops in Alabama, Georgia, Oklahoma, Missouri and Arizona are going through their cases to see if the same man is responsible for the rape and murder of women in their jurisdiction.

The focus is on Jeremy Bryan Jones, 31, of Miami, Oklahoma, located in the northeast corner of the state bordering Kansas and Missouri. Mobile County Sheriff's Detective Paul Burch said that several years ago Jones assumed the identity of John Paul Chapman, a man currently serving time for robbery in Missouri. "We're not sure how he got the birth certificate for the real Chapman, but he did and he was able to get a Missouri driver's license," said Det. Burch. From Missouri, Jones moved to Alabama where he traded in his Missouri license for an Alabama license. Police say he continued to use the Chapman alias at home, at work and in jail.

Under that alias, Jones was arrested for various charges including indecent exposure, trespassing and possession of drugs. But it wasn't until recently, law enforcement came to the conclusion that Jones (aka Chapman) was not a small time criminal. Douglas County Sheriff Phil Miller told a television reporter, "I believe he's a serial killer and a serial rapist. He preys on women."




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The case unravelled in Mobile County, Alabama in late September of 2004. Police say family members found the body of 45 year old Lisa Nichols on September 18. Detective Burch believes the victim met her attacker outside her home in Chunchula and was forced into her house where she was raped, shot three times in the head and set on fire in the master bathroom. He says Lisa's body and the room were burned but the fire was not strong enough to destroy the house or the evidence.

From the beginning, police got some good leads including a partial tag of a car seen outside Lisa's home. Detective Burch says, "We did some good old fashioned police work and canvassed the neighborhood." They learned a man known only as "Oklahoma" was in the area the night before Lisa's body was found. Cops connected the dots which led them to John Paul Chapman. He was their lead suspect and the manhunt was on for him.

On September 21, just four days after the crime, detectives got their biggest break in the case -- the suspect called police. Detective Burch says, "I just kept him on the phone long enough to get his location." Within 20 minutes, the man known as John Paul Chapman, was surrounded by deputies. He was in a parked car getting ready to go to the bus station.

Mobile County detectives charged him with capital murder, rape, burglary and kidnapping. They immediately sent out a national teletype in case their suspect had other pending charges. Detective Burch says, "We got a call from an official at a Missouri prison stating that John Paul Chapman had been incarcerated since 2000. That's when I said 'Oh, we have a problem.' We knew we had to look more closely at this suspect."

After a fingerprint check and criminal history, Detective Burch and his partner learned that John Paul Chapman was really Jeremy Bryan Jones. He said his department was flooded with calls from other police departments indicating that this man was a suspect in several other murder cases.




Police Find Photos of Women
Alabama detectives soon turned their attention to Douglas County, Georgia, located a few miles west of Atlanta. Investigators there have two cases that may have possible links to Jones aka Chapman. Douglas County Sheriff Phil Miller says, "We think he is a good suspect in our cases, but we have not charged him with any crime." Sheriff Miller went on to say that his investigators are working hard to get to the bottom of this.

Investigators in Georgia are re-interviewing witnesses and going through the case files with a fine toothed comb. Their first case involves 38 year old Tina Mayberry, who was stabbed and killed outside a restaurant in Douglasville on Halloween 2002. Police say Jones and the victim both frequented the restaurant and possibly knew each other.

The other case involves 16 year old Amanda Greenwell who disappeared from her Douglasville mobile home park in March 12th, 2004. Investigators say her body was found April 20th, not far from her home. Sheriff Miller says Jones lived in the same mobile home park as his teenage victim.

Detectives from Alabama travelled to Georgia to go over their cases. They learned Jones had a storage unit in Douglas County. Armed with a search warrant, the cops seized personal belongings from the storage facility. Among them, eight photographs of unidentified women. Sheriff Miller says, "We have no idea who they are or if they are alive or dead. They may be his (Jones') friends, but we definitely want to identify them."

Police are hoping the women are old acquaintances of the suspect, not victims. They want people to look at the faces and call in if they know any of the women in the photos.

There are other cases throughout the country police say Jones may be a suspect in. According to Mobile County, Alabama Detective Paul Burch, a composite sketch of a white male in Kansas City, Missouri has a close resemblance to Jones. Detective Burch says, "You have to overlook the bushy hair, but he does look alot like our suspect." He brings up a case AMW.COM has been following -- the disappearance of Patrice Endres. She disappeared from herForsyth County, Ga, hair salon in April 2004 and hasn't been seen since. Detective Burch says if you compare the mugshot of Jones and the sketch in this case, again they appear to be the same man.

Police throughout the country are scouring their cold cases to determine whether or not there's a connection to Jones. Detectives remain hopeful to close their cases and seek justice for the families of the victims.



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Murder, Mobile, AL; Sep 18, 2004



Sep 21, 2004 Mobile County Sheriff's deputies arrest Jeremy Jones. He is charged with capitol murder, rape, burglary and kidnapping in the case of Lisa Nichols.

Sep 17, 2004 Police say Lisa Nichols, 45, is forced into her home by Jeremy Jones. They say she was raped, shot and set on fire in her bathroom.

Mar 12, 2004 Amanda Greenwell, 16, disappeared from her Douglasville, Georgia mobile home park. Her body was found on April 20, 2004 in the woods not far from her home.

Oct 31, 2002 Tina Mayberry,38, was stabbed to death outside a Douglasville restaurant in Douglas County, Georgia.



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Georgia cops are exploring Jones' resemblance to a suspect in Patrice Endres' disappearance

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« Reply #63 on: Apr 5th, 2005, 08:42am »

To the Family and Friends of Patrice, my heart aches for you. I am so very sorry.
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« Reply #64 on: Apr 5th, 2005, 12:23pm »

Suspect Gives Jailhouse Confession

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An accused psychopath's professed confession to killing a Forsyth County woman is being taken with a grain of salt by local law enforcement.

Forsyth Sheriff Ted Paxton says murder suspect Jeremy Jones told investigators that he killed Patrice Endres, a hairdresser who vanished on April 15, 2004, from the roadside salon where she worked. The sheriff's office had already announced on March 9 that they fingered Jones as a prime suspect in the Endres investigation.

Sheriff Ted Paxton said, "We have to be aware of the fact that he does exhibit some of the traits of a sociopath. Yeah, we understand that he may be wanting to confess to a crime he has not committed just to add to his own notoriety, so to speak."

Jones, a former construction worker from Miami, Okla., remains jailed in Alabama's Mobile County. He faces a capital murder charge for the Sept. 18 slaying of 44-year-old Lisa Nichols. Police say she was raped and shot inside of her home in Turnerville, Ala., before someone set the residence on fire.

Sheriff Paxton says he's skeptical of what Jones recently told Clayton County investigators, but did admit that Jones revealed details that only Endres' killer would likely know.

"But, once again, we're very cautiously optimistic in the fact that, yes, there are some things that he has told us that only the person involved in the abduction or having some chance meeting with Miss Endres would know," the sheriff said.

Jones says he just happened to drive up to the Tamber's Trim-n-Tan hair salon on April 15 last year, when Endres was apparently between customers and at the salon alone. Jones says he used a firearm to force Endres into his Jeep Cherokee.

From there, he says he drove Endres to a wooded area near his home in Douglas County. Jones says he raped and killed Endres before dumping her body into Sweetwater Creek, near where it drains into the Chattahoochee River.

Despite several extensive searches of the river and surrounding area, authorities have not recovered Endres' body. It's suspected that her body may have been carried away by the current.

However, Cadaver dogs brought to the scene in the past have come across traces of a body having been there at some point. Also, investigators told 11Alive's Jon Shirek they did recover what could be microscopic evidence from Jones' jeep.

That evidence will be sent to the Federal Bureau Investigation's forensics lab in Virginia to be compared with DNA samples taken from Endres. When those results would be ready and whether they would be made public was not made known.

Jones’ potential confession offered little comfort, or validity, to Endres’ husband, who said he couldn’t lend credence to such a morally bereft individual.

“From what I understand, this man is a very unique psychopath and has no values and no morals. The guy has no credibility as far as I’m concerned and probably as far as law enforcement is concerned,” he said.

“So, I would really need some corroborating evidence. For me, I need to have some proof of what he said is true,” he said.

If connected to Endres’ death, Jones would then be charged and prosecuted in Douglas County because that is where Sheriff Paxton said the murder would have taken place.

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« Reply #65 on: Apr 6th, 2005, 12:46pm »

By STEPHEN GURR
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The man authorities say kidnapped, raped and murdered a Cumming hairdresser had stopped off at her salon to ask for directions in a drug-induced haze, Forsyth County Sheriff Ted Paxton said this week.

Authorities for the first time revealed details of the confession they say alleged serial killer Jeremy Jones gave investigators earlier this year in the missing persons case of Patrice Endres, 39.

Jones, a 31-year-old drifter who lived in Douglas County at the time of Endres' disappearance, has been charged in at least three other murders in three states. He remains jailed in Mobile County, Ala.

Authorities say that Jones was driving around April 15 in a red Jeep Cherokee, his mind clouded by methamphetamine.

"He had no destination, he was just driving around," Paxton said. "He told us he remembered driving through Canton, and then some time after that he realized he was lost."

Jones pulled into Tamber's Trim-N-Tan on Ga. 369 in North Forsyth "with the express purpose of getting directions," Paxton said. But when Jones encountered Endres alone in the shop, "at that point it became a crime of opportunity."

Jones abducted Endres using a weapon and "a threat of bodily injury," Paxton said. He promised her as they rode back toward Douglas County that she would be released unharmed if she got him back home, Paxton said.

But in his confession, "Mr. Jones indicated he took Patrice to Douglas County, where there was a sexual assault and a subsequent murder."

Authorities have not disclosed what they think are Endres' cause and manner of death.

Jones told authorities he dumped Endres' body in Sweetwater Creek, about 100 yards from where it flows into the Chattahoochee River.

Searchers with dogs trained to detect human remains have searched the area three times with no success, though one time the dogs alerted them that a body was in the area. A dive team was used in the last search.

Paxton is not optimistic that Endres' remains will be recovered, due to the amount of time and swift flow of the Chattahoochee.

"The current would have taken the body to parts unknown," Paxton said.

The sheriff said the case has been turned over to Douglas County, where the assault and murder are believed to have occurred.

"Right now, for all practical purposes, it's their case," Paxton said.

Authorities are waiting on a lab test of hairs collected from Jones' Jeep to see if they match Endres' DNA. The work is being done at the FBI crime lab in Virginia.

Without DNA evidence or a body, Douglas County authorities may be hard-pressed to prosecute Jones for Endres' murder, Paxton said.

"There are quite a few things in his statement that only the person involved would know, but also a lot of information that's been out in the general public," Paxton said. "They are certainly challenged with confirming details he gave in his statement."

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« Reply #66 on: Apr 6th, 2005, 2:13pm »

Jeremy Bryan Jones was driving aimlessly through Forsyth County that day. He was lost, high on methamphetamine and needed to find his way home, police say.

So he stopped to ask for directions at Tamber's Trim-N-Tan salon, an isolated beauty shop on a two-lane road north of Cumming
Inside, he found Patrice Endres, an attractive, petite brunette. Endres, 38, was alone, and that, say police, is when Jones decided to kidnap her. He then raped and killed Endres, dumping her body off a bridge in Douglas County, police say.

The details of this random violence are gleaned from Jones' confession to the Forsyth County sheriff's detectives. The new information comes as authorities continue to build a case against Jones, who is charged in the deaths of three other women in three states and is a suspect in several others.

"He said his only intent was to get directions to get back to Douglas County," Sheriff Ted Paxton said Monday. "After he went in, he realized she was there by herself and seized the opportunity. For all the work we've done, the only time he ever set foot in Forsyth County was that morning."

Jones, 31, is being held without bond in Mobile County, Ala., where he awaits trial on a capital murder charge in the death of a woman there in September 2004.

He also has been charged in the murders of a Douglas County teenager who lived near his mobile home, and a Louisiana woman. He is suspected in seven other killings in his native Oklahoma and in Louisiana and Georgia.

Jones told sheriff's investigators he got high on methamphetamine that April 15 morning last year, jumped in his red Jeep Cherokee and drove without any destination in mind. He said he remembered driving through Canton, and then became disoriented. He stopped at Endres' salon on a remote stretch of Ga. 369 in the north Forsyth County community of Matt. There he met Endres, who resembled some other women Jones is suspected of killing.

Paxton said Endres was forced to leave with the armed Jones, leaving some cash and an unlocked business. Police decline to describe the weapon.

Based on Jones' confession in interviews to Forsyth County deputies in January, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office began searching for Endres' remains at Sweetwater Creek at the Riverside Parkway bridge near the Chattahoochee River. They used dogs specially trained to find cadavers. The cadaver dogs have at least twice indicated that a body was once there.

Investigators brought the state forensics anthropologist to advise them, and they set up a grid to comb through the vegetation and debris for any evidence, said Douglas County Chief Deputy Stan Copeland. They collected soil in hopes of finding Endres' DNA there, but laboratory analysis is still pending.

Because of rains and floods, the body may have washed downstream and any DNA may have been flushed away as well. Divers also have not had any luck finding Endres.

Paxton said evidence at the salon is scant as well.

"In some places, you can collect hair samples as evidence, but my God, it's a hair salon, there was hair everywhere," he said. "There were fingerprints on top of fingerprints. Just the setting itself was one the biggest obstacles we faced." Next, investigators likely will search other bridges in Douglas County in case Jones misidentified the location, and they may conduct an aerial search as well, Copeland said.

Endres' father, Richard "Dick" Tamber, said he preferred not to talk about the case Monday. Other relatives could not be reached.

Paxton and Copeland said they're uncertain whether Jones will be charged in Endres' disappearance and alleged death.

"He's been very forthright in three different interviews, but it's been hard to confirm it," Paxton said. "To some degree he's already told us things only the person involved would know, things we haven't shared. But you just don't charge someone based on a confession. There has to be corroboration. Sometimes people confess for the notoriety or just to play games."

The disappearance of Endres, a devoted mother and popular businesswoman, sent a chill through Matt. Homes and businesses tied yellow ribbons around trees and distributed hundreds of fliers with her picture on them. People had carwashes to raise money for a reward fund that topped out at $17,000. The family hired a psychic. And the "America's Most Wanted" television program taped a re-enactment of her suspected abduction, but it never aired.

Mike Becker, owner of Fred's Beds about 2 1/2 miles from the salon, said he is alarmed by the random nature of the violence.

"Back then it was free and easy," Becker said of the time before Endres vanished. "We trusted everybody. My fiancée would be here by herself while I went to the store."

Becker now has a policy that no women stay at the shop alone.
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« Reply #67 on: Apr 15th, 2005, 05:30am »

It was one year ago today that Patrice was taken from her salon in Forsyth County. I wanted to say that I am thinking of her today. I'm hoping that answers can be found soon for her whereabouts. She's still missing but she's never been forgotten

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« Reply #68 on: Apr 15th, 2005, 8:57pm »

My thoughts and prayers are with all missing Patrice.

Today I have kept lit, a candle, inside & ourdoors, for Patrice. May this light help to guide her home where she is loved and missed.

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« Reply #69 on: Apr 15th, 2005, 9:20pm »

Thinking of Patrice today and wishing her home soon. My thoughts and prayers are with Patrice and her loved ones today.
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« Reply #70 on: Apr 16th, 2005, 10:13pm »

In Honor of Patrice, this portrait was presented to her husband Rob Endres from my family. There was a closed ceremony in honor of Patrice on Saturday April 16, 2005. Photos from that event are not available at this time. However, the portrait and some additional photos of Patrice are now out.

There is now a section that has been added to Patrice's website that includes the other victims of Jeremy Jones. Please visit that section and possibly take a look at their websites some time.


Patrice was missing for a year on Friday, April 15, 2005
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xx The Other Victims of Jeremy Jones
« Reply #71 on: Apr 16th, 2005, 11:29pm »

I forgot to mention that a new page has been added to Patrice's website that includes the other victims of Jeremy Jones. Most of these ladies have a website that we created for them so that their family would have something to look at and use as a keepsake

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An emotional memorial was held to honor a woman who was murdered in Forsyth County at the hands of a suspected serial killer.

Patrice Endres is the Forsyth County woman who disappeared from her hair salon near Cumming nearly a year ago.

The community rallied to honor Patrice Endres Saturday. However, it turned into something much bigger for the people affected by this tragedy.

Two other families attended who, unfortunately, know exactly what Rob Endres is going through.

It was a simple ceremony, throwing roses into the Chattahochee River. Three families forever linked because of suspected serial killer Jeremy Jones.

"Even though we are complete strangers I think we share so many personal feelings. It's almost like we know each other," said Jennifer Murphy.

Jennifer Murphy and her sister lost their mother Lisa Nichols last year. Police say Jeremy Jones killed her.

Rick and Red Greenwell lost their daughter Amanda. Police say for a time Jeremy Jones lived in the same trailer park as the Greenwells. He then kidnapped and killed the 16-year-old.

"We've all lost somebody very dear to us. We are all connected in one way," said Rick Greenwell.
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Then there is Rob Endres whose wife Patrice went missing a year ago from her Forsyth County hair salon.

Jeremy Jones reportedly confessed to killing her too.

"If the story is true about Jeremy Jones having Patrice and murdering her, discarding her over the Sweetwater Creek bridge in Douglasville...that creek is just a few hundred feet from the Chattahoochee and we are going to take her roses and put them in the Chattahoochee. Hopefully those pedals will caress her remains if that is where they are," said Rob Endres.

The paths of three families have tragically crossed and they will be united forever.

Everyone who attended was given a box of roses and a photo album of Patrice.
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« Reply #73 on: May 4th, 2005, 05:36am »

FBI officials in Washington admitted Tuesday they botched fingerprint tests on a suspected serial killer, allowing him to slip through the hands of Georgia authorities before he allegedly murdered four more women, including a Forsyth County hairdresser.

Jeremy Brian Jones was arrested and jailed over minor offenses three times — twice in Douglas County, in October 2003 and in June 2004 — and once in Carroll County, in January 2004.

Local law enforcement agencies in both counties fingerprinted Jones, who is now a suspect in as many as 20 slayings, and sent the prints to the FBI. However, the FBI didn't match those prints to Jones, who had given police an alias and was wanted in Oklahoma for sexual assault.

So Jones was released.

As a result, the FBI said Tuesday in a statement, "law enforcement lost an opportunity to prevent further criminal activity by this individual."

"The FBI regrets this incident," said Thomas E. Bush III, assistant director of the FBI's Criminal Justice Information Services Division. "We continue to improve our procedures and examine new technologies to upgrade and enhance the reliability and accuracy of [the fingerprint system]."

On Feb. 14, 2004, about a month after Jones was released from the jail in Carroll County, where he was arrested on suspicion of criminal trespassing, police in New Orleans discovered the body of Katherine Collins, 47. She had been raped, stabbed and beaten with a tire iron.

Then, on March 12, 16-year-old Douglasville resident Amanda Greenwell disappeared from her mobile home park. Her body was found April 20, 2004, in woods not far from her home.

On April 15, 2004, hairdresser Patrice Endres, 38, disappeared from her salon in Forsyth County. Earlier this year, Jones confessed to killing Endres and dumping her body into Sweetwater Creek in Douglas County.

Jones' true identity was not discovered until September 2004, after he was charged in Alabama with the rape and murder of 44-year-old Lisa Nichols.

He has been held in the Mobile jail on no bond ever since, and was indicted Monday on murder charges in Nichols' death.

GBI Assistant Deputy Director Terry Gibbons said she was surprised to learn of the fingerprint errors.

"It's very infrequent to have this sort of error with automatic fingerprint identification systems now in use," she said.

"Douglas County Sheriff Phil Miller called and was very concerned that his office might have caused the problem," said Gibbons, who oversees the GBI's criminal database.

Gibbons said FBI officials told her that letters acknowledging responsibility for the missed identification would be sent to Sheriff Miller and Carroll County Sheriff Terry Langley.

Miller said Tuesday he hadn't received the FBI letter. "I don't want anything bad to happen to the FBI," he said, "but I hope they tell the truth and let the chips fall where they may."

Mix-ups such as the one with Jones' prints create concern for all local and state law enforcement officials who rely daily upon the national FBI database for accurate information about fugitives from other states, said GBI spokesman John Bankhead.

Jones, 32, was a fugitive from Oklahoma using the alias John Paul Chapman, a man in prison in Missouri for robbery, when his fingerprints were sent to the FBI's national fingerprint database from Douglas and Carroll counties.

None of the sets of prints was matched to those of Jones that had been in the FBI database since at least 2000, the FBI said, when he was charged in Oklahoma after jumping bail on two counts of rape and two counts of sodomy.

When the first set of prints sent by Douglas County failed to produce a match, FBI technicians created a new file using the name John Paul Chapman, the FBI said. The second and third sets of Jones' prints were attached to the file that used Jones' Chapman alias.

If Jones' fingerprints had been properly matched, local authorities said, they would have held him and notified Oklahoma authorities.

After learning that the real John Paul Chapman was in a Missouri prison, detectives in Mobile, aided by a local FBI agent, contacted the national database where officials discovered Jones' fingerprints were filed under two names.

Louisiana officials have filed rape and murder charges against Jones in the February 2004 slaying of Katherine Collins, a New Orleans French Quarter prostitute.

Among other murders Jones is suspected of committing before being arrested in Georgia is the stabbing death of 38-year-old Tina Mayberry outside a Douglasville restaurant in October 2002.
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« Reply #74 on: May 4th, 2005, 4:28pm »

Good Morning America will be doing a special broadcast tomorrow morning about Patrice. This usually comes on at 7 a.m. EST.

We also received phone calls today from CNN and Inside Edition who are going to be running a segment tomorrow about Patrice. This is regarding the FBI's mishandling of Jeremy Jones.
Hope you all can watch.
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