19 March 2009

Two Bodies Found In Burning Car -- Linked To Seperate Double Homicide

In a strange case out of Prince George's county, we learn of two women, 42-year-old Delores Renee Dewitt and her 19-year-old daughter Ebony, mother and daughter, found dead in a burning car. Authorities say there may be a link to a totally separate double homicide.

The two were found within a half mile of where 45-year-old Karen and 16-year-old Karissa Lofton, who were fatally shot in their home in January.

Prince George's County Police have formed a task force and detectives are seeking leads. A $25,000 reward is being offered for information leading to arrests in both cases.

Since my days on patrolling some of the most dangerous zip codes in the world, whenever I see a car on fire, and I've seen plenty, my first thought; is there a body inside? Below is an actual car fire. Early one morning in Baltimore I captured it with my cell. The firemen and police are there because I called them.



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