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    Timothy Ray Jones, Jr. - South Carolina Death Row


    The children, last seen on Aug. 28, were identified as Merah, 8; Elias, 7; Nathan, 6; Gabriel, 2, and Elaine Marie, 1.
    Elaine Marie was born Abagail Elizabeth but the parents agreed to a name change, records show.


    Timothy Ray Jones, Jr.


    Father to be charged with murder in deaths of 5 children whose bodies were found in Alabama


    CAMDEN, Alabama (AP) A South Carolina man will be charged with murder in the deaths of his five children after he led authorities to a secluded clearing in Alabama, where their bodies were found wrapped in garbage bags, a sheriff said Wednesday.

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    Timothy Ray Jones Jr., 32, was stopped at a traffic checkpoint in Mississippi on Saturday and he was acting strangely, authorities said. A deputy spotted bleach, blood and children's clothes in his Cadillac Escalade, authorities said. It would be another three days before the children's bodies were discovered.

    Jones was taken into custody and charged with drunken driving. When authorities ran his license plate, they discovered Jones and his five children had been reported missing by their mother Sept. 3 after they didn't show up for school in South Carolina, authorities said.

    On Tuesday, Jones began cooperating and led authorities to the bodies off a dirt road in central Alabama and they discovered the bodies.

    Acting Sheriff Lewis McCarty of Lexington County said Jones would be charged with five counts of murder when he is brought back to South Carolina either Wednesday afternoon or Thursday.

    McCarty said authorities believe that Jones killed the five children at the same time. They were last seen Aug. 28, he said.

    McCarty did not say specifically why he thought they were killed at the same time. Authorities were not sure of the motive for the killings, he said.

    The children's bodies have been brought back to South Carolina for autopsies, set to begin Thursday. The sheriff said the children's mother, Jones' ex-wife, is in shock and distraught. The children were ages 1 to 8.

    McCarty said he was unsure when the autopsies will be finished, and officials won't comment on any causes of death until then.

    The children's mother, Jones' ex-wife, is in shock and distraught, McCarty said.

    "I'm sure everybody wants to know the answers," Jones' father, Timothy Jones Sr., told The Associated Press in a phone interview from Amory, Mississippi. "It's just a terrible tragedy."

    "They were wonderful. They were happy," Jones' stepmother, Julie Jones said of the five children as she cried. "They were wonderful, beautiful."

    Wilcox County District Attorney Michael Jackson told The Associated Press that Jones is suspected of killing the children in South Carolina before bringing their bodies to Alabama.

    "This is a very tragic situation," Jackson said. "These kids' lives were snuffed out before they had a chance to enjoy life. Justice will be served."

    Jones had joint custody of his children with his ex-wife, police said, and had recently told neighbors he and the kids were going to move out of South Carolina.

    Marlene Hyder and her husband, Johnny Hyder, said Jones and his wife moved into a house next to them about seven years ago in Batesburg-Leesville, South Carolina, 25 miles west of Columbia. Two years ago, the wife moved in with a male neighbor and Tim Jones moved away with the children, the Hyders said.

    Jones led police to the site where the bodies of the children were found, off a two-lane highway near Camden, said Alabama Department of Public Safety spokesman Sgt. Steve Jarrett.

    Investigators could be seen at the site late Tuesday, working in a clearing at the top of a hill lit by floodlights.

    Jones was detained in Smith County, Mississippi, on Saturday after being stopped at a motor vehicle checkpoint near Raleigh, Mississippi, and charged with drunken driving, Crumpton said.

    The Smith County sheriff said Jones became agitated when a deputy questioned him about an odor of chemicals coming from the Cadillac Escalade he was driving. The deputy found what were believed to be chemicals used to manufacture methamphetamine and a substance believed to be the street drug Spice, a form of synthetic marijuana, Crumpton said. A sheriff's office investigator was called and found what appeared to be bleach, muriatic acid, blood and possible body fluids, he said.

    During a background check, police discovered that Jones was wanted in South Carolina "regarding a welfare concern of his children," who were on a national missing persons list, the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation said in a statement. The children, who ranged from 1 to 8 years old, were reported missing by their mother Sept. 3, authorities said.

    Jarrett told a news conference that authorities were not sure why Jones drove through Alabama.

    Back in Batesburg-Leesville, South Carolina, Johnny Hyder said that when the Joneses lived next door, the children were often dressed in dirty clothes and were seen home at all hours of the day because Tim Jones had said he didn't believe in the public schools. Hyder said Jones was constantly looking for a reason to argue and often threatened to call the police. He said Jones approached him with a gun on his hip one day and was angry about something, but Hyder couldn't remember what it was. When Hyder said he was going to call police, he said Jones told him it was only a BB gun.

    "It wasn't a BB gun," Hyder said. "It was a real gun. I know what one looks like, but I didn't want to cause any more trouble."

    Marlene Hyder said Jones threatened to kill one of their dogs when it briefly went onto his property.

    "He was a nut," she said.

    Marlene Hyder said she also remembered a day when one of the Joneses' younger children came over to the Hyders' house and tried to drink out of one of their outdoor spigots. He was dirty and disheveled and ran back to his house when she tried to speak to him, she said.

    A "no trespassing" sign was posted near the driveway of a house where the Hyders said Tim Jones' ex-wife still lived with the other neighbor. Several people were seen walking around the yard, but none responded to questions from a reporter.

    Updated at 11:20 a.m. with new information from Acting Sheriff Lewis McCarty of Lexington County.

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    Grandfather of slain South Carolina children says son, suspected killer was 'loving father,' not a monster

    By Erin Edgemon
    al.com

    The Mississippi grandparents of the five murdered children from South Carolina found in a wooded area in rural Oak Hill, Alabama Tuesday afternoon asked for privacy in a statement to the media today.

    Timothy Jones Sr., the father of suspected killer, Timothy Ray Jones Jr., asked for privacy as the family grieves the loss of the children, ages 1 to 8, and the loss of their son, the Clarion-Ledger reported.

    "We request prayer for our loved ones, as well as for the mother and her family," Jones Sr. said. "Angels are with us, but your prayers are helping us cope. We don't have all the answers and we don't know if we ever will."

    Jones Sr. said "little Tim" or "little Timmy" as he was often called, was a loving father and not a monster.

    "But please remember our little Tim was a very loving father, brother and son," Jones Sr. said. "We need to use all our strength to say goodbye to our grandchildren and grieve."

    A memorial service for the children will be held at Amory Church of Christ at 1 p.m. on Sept. 12.

    Jones Jr. is charged with five counts of murder. He waived extradition this morning in Raleigh, Miss., where he was arrested Saturday night for DUI, and is on his way back to South Carolina to face his charges.

    Authorities say Jones Jr. traveled through rural Butler and Wilcox counties in Alabama on his way to his family's home in Amory, Miss.

    Jones and his children were supposed to arrive at the grandparent's home for Labor Day weekend, but they never showed.

    According to reports, authorities in South Carolina said Jones picked up his children from school on Aug. 28 and is believed to have killed them shortly after.

    Oak Hill, Alabama is approximately three and a half hours from Amory from Alabama Highway 28, which leads to U.S. Highway 45.

    Lexington County, S.C. Sheriff Lewis McCarty said Jones is believed to have traveled from South Carolina, to Georgia, then to North Carolina and Alabama with the children in the car.

    Wilcox County Sheriff Earnest Evans said there's evidence Jones was in Greenville and Camden on Saturday.

    After confessing to police, Jones led investigators to the bodies of his children, identified as Merah, 8; Elias, 7; Nahtahn, 6; Gabriel, 2; and Abagail Elizabeth, 1, The State newspaper in Columbia, S. C. reported.

    The children's badly decomposed bodies were located in individual garbage bags, authorities said. The bodies were transported back to South Carolina today, and an autopsy will be performed Thursday.

    The motive for the homicides is unknown at this time, Lexington County, S.C. Sheriff Lewis McCarty said in a press conference today.

    Smith County, Miss. District Attorney Daniel Jones told NBC News that Jones believed his children were trying to kill him.

    "I think he probably just went mad," he said.

    Jones Jr., who was described as a computer genius, earned an engineering degree from Mississippi State University and was working for Intel Corp. in South Carolina.

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    Records: Dad accused in killings had nasty divorce

    By JEFFREY COLLINS and JAY REEVES
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    LEXINGTON, S.C. - Timothy Ray Jones Jr. worked at a $71,000-a-year job, had a wife of 10 years and several young children.

    Then, just over two years ago, divorce papers say he discovered his wife was putting their children to bed in their South Carolina home and going to the neighbor's house and sleeping with the neighbor's 19-year-old son. Jones moved out with the children and seemed friendly to his new neighbors, but began to withdraw.

    Authorities say he disappeared with his five children late last month and turned up intoxicated and agitated - without his children - at a DUI checkpoint in Mississippi on Saturday.

    Authorities say he led investigators to their bodies in Alabama on Tuesday. He's expected to be brought to South Carolina on Thursday to face charges.

    http://www.abcnews4.com/story/265055...-nasty-divorce
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    With Jones' crossing of state lines, I suppose this could be charged federally.

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    Can it still be federal if the children were all ready dead before he crossed states lines? I'm hearing that he drove for several days with the children dead in the car.
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    I suppose that the disposal of the bodies could be considered part of the commission of the crime. Any attorneys out there who can help us?

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    Timothy Ray Jones, accused of killing 5 kids, is ex-con who went on Illinois crime spree

    SPRINGFIELD, Illinois (AP) — The South Carolina man accused of killing his five children and dumping their bodies in Alabama was an ex-convict who went on a crime spree more than a decade ago in Illinois, prison documents and a family member confirmed Thursday.

    Timothy Jones, 32, was arrested on a cocaine possession charge March 30, 2001, in Carpentersville, Illinois. Six months later, he was arrested for a crime spree that included stealing a car, burglary and passing forged checks, according to Michael Combs, chief of the criminal division of the McHenry County, Illinois, State's Attorney's Office. He was 19 years old at the time.

    Jones' father, Tim Jones Sr., confirmed to The Associated Press that his son grew up in the northwestern suburbs of Chicago and had a criminal record in Illinois.

    "Typical teenager doing stupid stuff, that's about it," Tim Jones Sr. said by phone from his home in Amory, Mississippi.

    His father said he was an exemplary student up to that point and decided to go into the Navy.

    "After that he started hanging in the wrong crowd and got himself in trouble," his dad said.

    Jones was arrested Sept. 15, 2001, by Crystal Lake police on suspicion of stealing a car. Court records showed Jones had stolen a minivan about a week earlier and later broke into another vehicle.

    During this spree, he also passed checks on his father's account, ranging in amounts from $4 to about $62.

    For the crime spree and cocaine possession, he received concurrent six-year terms, and had a year tacked on for another stolen vehicle charge.

    Jones was imprisoned at Big Muddy Correctional Center on April 18, 2002, and was released on Jan. 15, 2003, according to Illinois Department of Corrections records.

    Jones and his five children, ages 8, 7, 6, 2 and 1, disappeared two weeks ago, and he was arrested in Mississippi on Saturday when he was stopped at a DUI checkpoint. Authorities say he was alone, with blood and children's clothes in his SUV and the stench of death in the air.

    Jones would lead investigators to his children's bodies, wrapped in five trash bags on an isolated Alabama hilltop, but it's still not clear why he killed his children, authorities said.

    On Thursday morning, Jones was being extradited to South Carolina to face five murder charges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moh View Post
    I suppose that the disposal of the bodies could be considered part of the commission of the crime. Any attorneys out there who can help us?
    Its an interesting question...except the Lexington County Sheriff's Department in South Carolina has taken him and several boxes of evidence back to SC, the article I read said "Where he will be charged with murder".
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    Case worker: Dad overwhelmed before 5 kids killed

    By JEFFREY COLLINS
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    COLUMBIA, S.C. - The South Carolina man accused of killing his five children was an ex-convict whose homes were visited by social workers a dozen times in the last three years.

    The children seemed happy and well-adjusted despite occasional spankings, and the family took a summer trip to Disney World and the beach, according to documents released by the Department of Social Services on Thursday. Authorities never found anything serious enough to take the children away, but the documents show Jones as a single father and computer engineer struggling to raise his children.

    In the social worker's last visit - two weeks before the children's disappearance - a social worker summed up Jones' life: "Dad appears to be overwhelmed as he is unable to maintain the home, but the children appear to be clean, groomed and appropriately dressed," wrote the case worker, who name was blacked out, on an Aug. 13 report.

    On Aug. 28, Jones picked up his children, ages 8, 7, 6, 2 and 1, from school and day care. Acting Lexington County Sheriff Lewis McCarty said the three boys and two girls were likely killed soon after that, with Jones loading their bodies in trash bags in his Cadillac Escalade, driving around the Southeast for days with the decomposing bodies.

    An intoxicated and agitated Jones was arrested at a DUI checkpoint in Smith County, Mississippi, on Saturday, and authorities said he had a form of synthetic marijuana on him. Officers found children's clothes, blood and maggots in his SUV.

    Three days later, he led police to the bodies on a remote hillside in Alabama. Authorities said they still don't know his motive, how the children were killed and why they were buried there.

    Jones was returned to South Carolina on Thursday to face murder charges. His first court appearance was Friday, the same day a memorial for his children was to be held in Mississippi, where other relatives live.

    In South Carolina, social workers in Jones' hometown of Lexington released their entire 50-page file on Jones. Names of everyone except the father were redacted.

    In October 2011, Jones confronted a case worker who demanded he clean up the clothes and blankets scattered on the floor, boxes of food on top of the counter with tools scattered around them where the children could be hurt and an open air vent, where a kid could step and break a leg. The argument got so heated the case worker called deputies, and Jones calmed down when they arrived.

    Three days later, the case worker returned and wrote: "observed the home to be VERY VERY VERY CLEAN."

    Case workers made follow up visits over the next several months as Jones' marriage fell apart amid allegations his wife cheated on him with a neighbor.

    Jones' wife talked being lonely and what a mistake the couple thought they made moving from Mississippi, where Jones' family lived. They moved after he got a degree at Mississippi State University and was hired making $71,000-a-year job as a computer engineer at Intel.

    In May, about seven months after the couple's divorce was finalized, social workers talked to the children's teachers after a complaint that Jones made his kids do exercises for punishment. A mark was found on a son's neck, and Jones said it happened when he yanked the boy by the collar. At an unannounced follow up, the case worker found Jones and the children celebrating the oldest child's birthday with cupcakes.

    In the August complaint, social workers were told Jones beat his children and left bruises and would often bring home 20 chicken nuggets for all of the children to split for dinner. Deputies joined a case worker in interviewing Jones and the children. The kids could recall what they ate the night before and appeared to be well fed. They all agreed a cut above one boy's eye happened when he hit a doorknob. Jones suggested a former baby sitter was angry about being replaced and made up the allegations.

    Social workers planned a follow up visit, but Jones and his children disappeared.

    More than a decade earlier, when Jones was 19, he was arrested for cocaine possession and a crime spree in the suburbs of Chicago, where he grew up. He was convicted of car theft, burglary and passing forged checks on his father's account, ranging from $4 to $62.

    For the crime spree, he received concurrent six-year terms, and had a year tacked on for the drug possession.

    "Typical teenager doing stupid stuff, that's about it," Jones' father, Tim Jones Sr., told The Associated Press by phone from his home in Amory, Mississippi.

    Jones Jr. was an exemplary student and then decided to go into the Navy, his father said.

    "After that he started hanging in the wrong crowd and got himself in trouble," his dad said.

    Jones Sr. said his son was discharged early from the Navy.

    Associated Press writers Emily Wagster Pettus in Jackson, Mississippi; John O'Connor in Springfield, Illinois and Rogelio Solis in Raleigh, Mississippi, contributed to this report.

    http://www.fox8live.com/story/265045...-5-kids-killed
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    Tim Jones, Jr., on suicide watch, waives first appearance in court

    COLUMBIA, SC (WIS) - Tim Jones, Jr., the man accused by Lexington County investigators of brutally murdering his five children, waived his right to a hearing Friday morning.

    In a brief filed by his attorneys, Jones said he had been advised by his attorneys to not appear because the hearing was "not authorized by either state or federal law, is entirely unnecessary, and will undermine my ability to receive a fair trial."

    "Since this hearing is for the sole purpose of parading me in front of the media, it is my wish to waive my appearance," said the brief.

    Jones will instead appear in court on Nov. 13. He is currently on suicide watch and being kept away from other inmates.

    Jones returned to Lexington Thursday, to be booked on his five murder charges.

    Custody of Jones was transferred over to South Carolina officials Thursday morning after he was held by Smith County, MS officials for several days.

    Members of the Lexington County Crime Scene Unit were also in Smith County to collect evidence against Jones.

    "We're proud our parts are over," said Smith County Sheriff Charlie Crumpton. "I do feel sorry for South Carolina for what they're fixing to go through. It will be a lengthy process. Nothing good will come out of it either way. It's a sad outcome for a family. A sad ending for a family. Sad ending for law enforcement."

    Jones, 32, signed a waiver of extradition on Wednesday.

    Jones will be transferred from the county detention center to a South Carolina Department of Corrections prison, where Jones will be housed while he awaits trial, McCarty said.

    The 11th Judicial Circuit Solicitor's Office will schedule a bond hearing for Jones in general sessions court, McCarty said. Under South Carolina law, a circuit court judge must conduct a bond hearing for Jones in general sessions court because murder carries a punishment of life in prison.

    Arrest warrants allege that Jones willfully and maliciously killed his five children by violent means at his Lexington home, said Lexington County Sheriff Lewis McCarty said.

    Arrest warrants further allege that Jones removed the bodies of his five children from his Lexington home, placed the bodies in his black 2006 Cadillac Escalade sport-utility vehicle and traveled to Alabama, where Jones placed the bodies in individual plastic trash bags and discarded the trash bags in woods, McCarty said.

    Sheriff's department detectives recovered the five childrens' remains off Highway 10 near Camden, Ala., McCarty said.

    Those arrest warrants go on to say evidence recovered from Jones' car confirm he killed his children and that he was the last person to see them alive.

    The five children lived with Jones, who was the children's primary legal custodian.

    Detectives are continuing to investigate the cause of death for Jones' five children as well as the circumstances of the children's deaths, McCarty said.

    Detectives have reason to believe that Jones killed his five children about one week before the children's mother, who is divorced from Jones, reported Jones and their five children missing to the Sheriff's Department.

    Jones' ex-wife reported Jones and their five children missing to the Sheriff's Department at 6:11 p.m. on Wednesday, September 3, McCarty said. Deputies entered the five children and Jones as missing persons on the National Crime Information Center computer database.

    Lexington County Coroner Earl Wells made arrangements on Tuesday for a body removal service in South Carolina to transport the five plastic trash bags that were recovered in Alabama to Lexington County in order to conduct autopsies on the remains and positively identify the remains.

    Wells ordered autopsies on the remains to be conducted on Thursday.

    Wells said a forensic pathologist who performed autopsies on five sets of human remains positively identified Abigail Elizabeth Jones, 1; Gabriel Jones, 2; Nahtahn Jones, 6; Elias Jones, 7; and Merah Gracie Jones, 8, as the deceased persons.

    Wells determined that each child's death was a homicide.

    The cause of death for each of the five children remains under investigation by the Coroner's Office, Lexington County Sheriff's Department, South Carolina Law Enforcement Division and Federal Bureau of Investigation.

    http://www.wsfa.com/story/26506173/t...xington-county
    "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."
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    - Rev. Richard Hawke

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