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    April 2021 trial date set for Billy Chemirmir, accused of smothering elderly in Dallas, Collin counties

    He is indicted on capital murder charges in the deaths of 12; civil suits link him to the deaths of 10 others.

    By Charles Scudder
    Dallas News

    Billy Chemirmir, the serial-killing suspect linked to the deaths of 22 elderly people in Collin and Dallas counties, will face trial in April 2021.

    According to a court document filed Friday, the trial will begin April 5, 2021.

    Chemirmir has been indicted on 12 counts of capital murder and two counts of attempted capital murder. He faces the death penalty in the deaths of at least two alleged victims: Lu Thi Harris, who was 81 when she died March 20, 2018, and Phyllis Payne, who was 91 when she died May 14, 2016.

    Chemirmir has maintained his innocence. He is in the Dallas County Jail in lieu of $11.6 million bail.

    In all, Chemirmir has been linked to 22 deaths at Dallas-area senior living complexes, potentially making him one of Texas most prolific serial killers. Besides the 12 deaths he has been charged with, civil lawsuits have linked him to 10 others. The families of those 10 have produced police records or amended death certificates stating that investigators have said they believe Chemirmir killed their loved ones.

    The Chemirmir case was featured in a two-part series called Guardians that ran in The Dallas Morning News in December.

    The civil lawsuits allege that security at the senior living complexes involved allowed Chemirmir access and that they didnt do enough to prevent harm to residents during the alleged killing spree.

    Chemirmir is accused of smothering residents and taking jewelry and other precious items from their apartments. Smothering can be difficult to spot as a cause of death, so many of the deaths were initially marked as being of natural causes.

    After a Plano woman survived an attack at Preston Place Retirement Community on March 19, 2018 the same day another body was found across the hall police identified Chemirmir as a suspect through suspicious person and vehicle reports from at least three senior living communities.

    Plano police were waiting at Chemirmirs apartment when he came home the next day and tossed a jewelry box into a dumpster. They arrested him on an outstanding warrant and collected the box, which led them to Harris home.

    Dallas police officers doing a welfare check on Harris found her dead inside her home. Chemirmir was charged with capital murder in that death and later was charged with attempted murder of a Frisco woman and a Plano woman.

    After the indictment in the Harris case, capital murder indictments in 11 other deaths landed in May 2019.

    Chemirmir has been indicted in these deaths:

    • Phyllis Payne, 91, who died May 14, 2016.
    • Phoebe Perry, 94, who died June 5, 2016.
    • Norma French, 85, who died Oct. 8, 2016.
    • Doris Gleason, 92, who died Oct. 29, 2016.
    • Minnie Campbell, 84, who died Oct. 31, 2017.
    • Carolyn MacPhee, 81, who died Dec. 31, 2017.
    • Rosemary Curtis, 75, who died Jan. 19, 2018.
    • Mary Brooks, 88, who died Jan. 31, 2018.
    • Martha Williams, 80, who died March 4, 2018
    • Miriam Nelson, 81, who died March 9, 2018.
    • Ann Conklin, 82, who died March 18, 2018.
    • Lu Thi Harris, 81, who died March 20, 2018.


    Civil suits have linked him to the deaths of 10 others:

    • Joyce Abramowitz, 82, who died July 18, 2016.
    • Juanita Purdy, 82, who died July 31, 2018.
    • Leah Corken, 83, who died Aug. 19, 2018.
    • Margaret White, 86, who died Aug. 28, 2018.
    • Solomon Spring, 89, who died Oct. 1, 2018.
    • Glenna Day, 87, who died Oct. 15, 2018.
    • Diane Delahunty, 79, who died Dec. 5, 2017.
    • Mamie Dell Miya, 93, who died Dec. 8, 2017.
    • A victim who was not named in the suits, 81, who died Dec. 10, 2017.
    • Doris Wasserman, 90, who died Dec. 23, 2017.


    https://www.dallasnews.com/news/cour...source=pushly/

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    Pandemic causes delay in investigation, trial of serial murder suspect Billy Chemirmir

    The Dallas County medical examiner says that coronavirus has slowed the work of amending death certificates but that he will work to clear cases by the end of July

    Over 2 years after Billy Chemirmirs arrest, families who say their elderly loved ones were killed by the serial murder suspect are wondering whats taking so long for county officials to declare the deaths homicides.

    Dallas County Medical Examiner Jeffery Barnard said Wednesday that the coronavirus pandemic has slowed the process of amending those death certificates but that he will work to clear the cases by the end of July.

    The death certificate revisions arent the only part of the investigation into Chemirmir that has been slowed by the pandemic. His attorney, Phillip Hayes, said Thursday that the virus also will delay his criminal trial.

    Chemirmir, 47, has been indicted in the deaths of 14 elderly people in Dallas and Collin counties, and civil lawsuits name him as a suspect in the deaths of 8 others. A Kenyan immigrant with permanent resident status in the U.S., he is in the Dallas County Jail in lieu of $11.6 million bail.

    The number of potential victims could make Chemirmir among the most prolific serial killers in Texas history. He maintains he is innocent.

    Although there has been an outbreak of the virus at the jail, Hayes said his client is being held in a single cell and is at a low risk of infection.

    Chemirmir is scheduled to stand trial in April, and he faces the death penalty if convicted. Hayes said Thursday that the pandemic has delayed all trials, especially long criminal proceedings like Chemirmirs. Its unclear how a death penalty trial could be carried out during these times of social distancing.

    I am concerned about the delay because it has prevented us from interviewing both witnesses and experts, Hayes said in an email. No one is really sure when Dallas will be able to resume even minor trials. One of this magnitude will require some assurances.

    Collin County Judge Emily Miskel virtually swears in potential jurors for a summary jury trial on May 18, 2020. It was the 1st time in Texas, and possibly nationwide, that a jury trial was conducted remotely, Miskel said.
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    According to police, Chemirmir smothered his victims with a pillow, which made the deaths look natural. Police used cellphone data, video surveillance footage from senior living complexes and other evidence to link Chemirmir to each death.

    But before prosecutors take each case to a grand jury for an indictment against Chemirmir, the medical examiners office must re-investigate the case and amend the victims death certificate. Barnard said that means starting from scratch on each investigation.

    Barnard said hes careful to look at each case with a fresh perspective to eliminate bias from police and ensure that his testimony can stand on its own. He said his office reviews video footage and other evidence to draw conclusions on the cause and manner of death for each case.

    Since the coronavirus pandemic began, his office is also responsible for testing every death for the virus as well as extra casework related to the outbreak. That, Barnard said, means the Chemirmir cases are on the backburner.

    This COVID thing became enormous, and our caseload became enormous, Barnard said. This just is a very long process.

    We are frustrated

    Secure Our Seniors Safety, a nonprofit founded last year by the daughters of 4 of Chemirmirs alleged victims, says that at least 5 cases are awaiting amendment from natural causes or old age to homicide.

    Throughout 2018, nearly two dozen families in North Texas received the shocking news that police were re-investigating their loved ones deaths as a possible murder. The calls came as much as 2 years after their loved ones died at luxury senior living communities and private homes in Dallas, Richardson, Plano and Frisco.

    The families had no choice but to wait for the cause of death to be amended and the cases to be presented to a grand jury.

    For some, the wait lasted just a few weeks. Others waited months. And some are still waiting.

    2 elderly women were killed in their apartments at the Tradition - Prestonwood senior living complex at Arapaho Road and Prestonwood Boulevard in Far North Dallas.

    I know how I felt being told my mothers death was being investigated as a murder then you have to wait to see if thats true, said Shannon Dion, one of the groups founders. We are frustrated with how long it has taken.

    Dion, who was featured in the award-winning 2-part series about the case in The Dallas Morning News, said her group has asked police and prosecutors why the cases have faced such a long delay.

    We want the murderer to be held accountable, she said.

    Barnard said that he initially had hoped to finish the remaining investigations by the end of last fall but that a series of personnel issues within the medical examiners office caused delays.

    He has personally investigated each of the other cases so that he could be the single medical examiner to testify at criminal and civil trials, he said. That way, attorneys dont have to pay the county extra for multiple expert witnesses.

    After The News shared some of the concerns from the family members about the delay, Barnard said Wednesday he would split the workload with other doctors in hopes of clearing the cases by the end of next month.

    If it was my parent, Id be raising the roof, Barnard said. They want results, and were going to get it done.

    (source: Dallas Morning News)
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    Three more capital murder charges filed against Billy Chemirmir, bringing total indictments to 17

    Medical examiner records indicate that investigators think the serial murder suspect in April 2016 also killed Catherine Probst Sinclair, bringing the suspects list of potential victims to 24

    By Charles Scudder
    Dallas Morning News

    A Dallas County grand jury on Tuesday handed down three new capital murder indictments against Billy Chemirmir, the man accused of smothering elderly residents of North Texas senior living facilities and stealing their jewelry, cash and other precious items to sell at Dallas-area pawn shops.

    Chemirmir has now been charged with 17 counts of capital murder and two counts of attempted capital murder in Dallas and Collin counties. He has also been linked through medical examiner reports and civil case filings in seven other deaths, bringing the total to 24 deaths in North Texas.

    If convicted, Chemirmir could face the death penalty. He has said he is innocent and is in jail in lieu of an $11.6 million bail.

    His attorney, Phillip Hayes, said that a lot of the evidence against Chemirmir is circumstantial. It may put him in the area of an alleged murder, Hayes said, but doesnt prove he was the killer.

    It seems like every unexplained death they come up with, theyre pinning on him, Hayes said. If you look at all of it, it doesnt stand up.

    The new charges against Chemirmir, who turned 48 on Tuesday, are in the deaths of Joyce Abramowitz, Doris Wasserman and Margaret White. All three were killed at The Tradition-Prestonwood, a luxury senior living complex in Dallas, and all had been previously identified as possible victims through civil lawsuits against the complex.

    Abramowitz died in July 2016. In April, she reported to police that several pieces of jewelry had been stolen from her jewelry box while she was on vacation. After she died, her son reported that a safe was missing.

    White died in August 2016. The executor of her estate, Paul Wright, noticed her apartment was missing her fine jewelry including a wedding ring.

    Wasserman died in December 2017. She spent the afternoon of the day before Christmas eve playing with her great-grandson. Her family dropped her off at her apartment around 3:30 p.m., but when they came back around 8 p.m., they found her lying on the bed, fully clothed and unresponsive.

    Wright, who was a close friend of White, said the indictments were like a part of the puzzle solved. He, along with many other families, have pushed for greater accountability and security at senior living facilities.

    Its just a complete violation of trust. Its a complete violation of the family and friends of these people, he said. We have to question how facilities are run.

    The Tradition-Prestonwood said in a statement that it regards all our residents as family and that it relied on investigators who initially ruled the deaths as natural causes.

    Those rulings stood for more than 27 months, the statement says. The Tradition-Prestonwood has cooperated with all the authorities and will continue to do so.

    Another potential victim identified

    Medical examiner records shared with The Dallas Morning News show that investigators think Chemirmir also killed Catherine Probst Sinclair, a potential victim who hadnt previously been named by The News. Her death was in April 2016, meaning that officials suspect that the killing spree began at least a month earlier than previously reported. office in October amended Sinclairs manner of death to undetermined. The report says that the suspects cellphone data shows it was used in the courtyard of Edgemere, the North Dallas senior living facility where Sinclair lived and died, around the time of her death.

    Sinclairs niece, Jane Fuld, said Tuesday that her family always suspected their aunt had been killed. They found blood on her pillow and couldnt find a large safe in the apartment after her death. They were one of a few families that filed a police report on their suspicions of homicide.

    It was just too coincidental, Fuld said. They didnt take us seriously from the beginning when we said, Theres something wrong here.

    Chemirmir was arrested on a capital murder charge two years later, in March 2018. Police at the time announced a very large and complex investigation into hundreds of deaths and thefts. Fuld said she read the news of the arrest and immediately thought to call police about her aunts death.

    The minute I read the headline, I was like, Yeah, thats Cathie, she said.

    Chemirmir has been charged in the deaths of two other women at Edgemere: Phyllis Payne in May 2016 and Phoebe Perry in June 2016.

    Two weeks after Perrys death, Chemirmir was arrested on suspicion of trespassing at Edgemere. He was sentenced to 70 days in the Dallas County jail, but he was released on good behavior after serving just 12.

    Eight days later, Abramowitz was killed at The Tradition-Prestonwood.

    Paul Abramowitz, Joyce Abramowitzs son, said the indictments announced Tuesday were a start. He said he was the CFO of several nursing homes for many years, and said the senior living facilities that housed many of the victims should be held responsible.

    Because I came out of the industry, Im disgusted, he said. It looks like this guy went shopping each week at The Tradition."

    https://www.dallasnews.com/news/cour...ctments-to-17/
    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

    "There are some people who just do not deserve to live,"
    - Rev. Richard Hawke

    "Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence"
    - Edgar Allan Poe

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    Chemirmir indicted with 18th capital murder charge

    A Dallas County grand jury has added an 18th count of capital murder against Billy Chemirmir, who is accused of smothering and robbing elderly people for years in Dallas and Collin counties.

    The latest charge is in the death of Glenna Day, who was killed Oct. 15, 2016, at The Tradition-Prestonwood, a luxury senior living community in Far North Dallas.

    Chemirmir has been indicted in connection with eight other deaths at that complex, and he has been linked in lawsuits to one other. Including several other deaths that have not been included in his 18 indictments, he has been accused of killing 24 people from April 2016 through March 2018.

    If convicted, Chemirmir could face the death penalty. He has said he is innocent and is in jail, with bail set at $17.6 million.

    Chemirmir’s attorney, Phillip Hayes, said Tuesday that he hadn’t seen much about the new case but that he was “sure it’s more of the same: accusations based on having the medical examiner change his/her mind.”

    He said a lot of the evidence against his client is circumstantial.

    “It seems like every unexplained death they come up with, they’re pinning on him,” Hayes said in December. “If you look at all of it, it doesn’t stand up.”

    Chemirmir’s case is scheduled to go to trial April 5, but proceedings are likely to be delayed in part because of the coronavirus pandemic.

    https://www.dallasnews.com/news/cour...murder-charge/
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