When a 34 year old mother of twin 13 year old boys was found dead in her home, police didn’t have to search real hard to find their suspect.
A neighbor reported looking through a window and seeing a woman’s body covered in blood in the house at 4601 Rockwood Drive shortly before 11 a.m., police said. EMS workers discovered the body of Alison Ballan Jurich, 34, inside.
(Suspect), 22, of 204 Great Ridge Court in Morrisville, was taken into custody at the Chatham County jail Sunday afternoon and was transported to the Wake County jail around 3:30 p.m. He was charged with murder and two counts of breaking and entering with intent to commit larceny.
It isn’t surprising to me that a person charged with murder has also been charged with other crimes recently. He was previously convicted, as well.
In December 2009, the North Carolina Center for Missing Persons issued a Silver Alert for (Suspect). The Silver Alert system was developed to quickly notify the public about missing adults who suffer from dementia or other cognitive impairments.
Two weeks after the alert was issued, (Suspect) was arrested on first-degree burglary, felony breaking and entering and larceny charges for allegedly stealing from two Cary homes on New Year’s Day 2010.
Can we stop feeling sorry for him for his “cognitive impairment” now and start keeping him in a secure location so that he can’t kill anyone else?