Windsor murder suspect still loose

By |2018-01-16T00:09:15-05:00August 2nd, 2007|News|

WINSDOR, Ont. – The search continues for suspected killer Jesse Imeson, who is wanted in the murders of a gay Windsor bartender and an elderly couple.
On Monday, police found the 2006 silver GMC Sierra that Imeson, who is now listed as one of America’s Most Wanted, was believed to be driving, according to CBC News. The vehicle belonged to William and Helen Regier, who were found dead on July 23 in their Stephen Township, Ontario farmhouse. An autopsy showed both victims died from gunshots.
On July 19, the body of Carlos Rivera, a 26-year-old bartender and D.J. at The Tap in Windsor, was found strangled to death in Imeson,Aeos rented room in Windsor. According to police, Rivera left the bar at around 2 a.m. with Imeson.
“Young people don’t deserve to die, especially not you,” wrote Rozalia Rajewski of Detroit in a memorial on Facebook, the popular networking Web site. “You had plans for life; you wanted so much out of life.”
There is a Canada-wide warrant out for Imeson’s arrest. While he is believed to still be in Canada, some believe he could cross the border into the United States through either New York or Michigan, police say.
Though it’s likely Imeson’s look has changed, police say, he has several distinct tattoos on his forearms and neck.
Police have set up a tip line devoted to catching Jesse Imeson. Anyone with information about him is asked to call 877-584-8477. Anyone with details about the suspect or the stolen vehicle also can call 911.

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