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John Edward Robinson born December 27, is an American convicted serial killer , con man , embezzler , kidnapper , and forger who was found guilty in for three murders committed in and around Kansas City, Kansas , receiving the death sentence for two of them. In , he admitted responsibility for five additional homicides across the river, at trial in Kansas City, Missouri , in a deal to receive multiple life sentences without possibility of parole and avoid more death sentences.

Investigators fear that there might be other undiscovered victims as well, in both the two neighboring Kansas City's and elsewhere. Because he made contact with most of his post victims via on-line chat rooms, he is sometimes referred to as "the Internet's first serial killer".

Robinson was born in Cicero, Illinois , the third of five children of an alcoholic father and a disciplinarian mother. Later that year he enrolled at Quigley Preparatory Seminary in Chicago , a private boys' school for aspiring priests, but dropped out after one year due to disciplinary issues.

In he enrolled at Morton Junior College in Cicero to become a medical X-ray technician , but dropped out after two years. Wallace Graham, where he had secured a job as an X-ray technician using forged credentials. He was sentenced to three years' probation. In Robinson violated probation by moving back to Chicago without his probation officer's permission, and took a job as an insurance salesman at the R.

In he was arrested once again for embezzling firm funds, and ordered back to Kansas City where his probation was extended. In it was extended again after another arrest, this time on charges of securities fraud and mail fraud in connection with a phony "medical consulting" company he had formed in Kansas City. During this period, Robinson cultivated and maintained the outward appearance of a community-minded citizen and family man; he became a Scoutmaster , a baseball coach and a Sunday school teacher.

In he talked his way onto the board of directors of a local charitable organization and forged a series of letters from its executive director to the mayor of Kansas City, and from the mayor to other civic leaders, commending his generous volunteer efforts and generally singing his praises. Eventually he had himself named the organization's Man of the Year, and threw a festive awards luncheon in his own honor.

In Robinson finally completed probation; but in he was arrested again on multiple charges, including embezzlement and check forgery, for which he served 60 days in jail in He also claimed to have joined a secret sadomasochism cult called the International Council of Masters, and to have become its "Slavemaster", whose duties included luring victims to gatherings to be tortured and raped by cult members.

In , having started two more fraudulent shell companies Equi-Plus and Equi-2 , Robinson hired Paula Godfrey, 19, ostensibly to work as a sales representative. Godfrey told friends and family that Robinson was sending her away for training. After hearing nothing further from her, Godfrey's parents filed a missing persons report. Police questioned Robinson, who denied any knowledge of her whereabouts.

Several days later her parents received a typewritten letter, with Godfrey's signature at the bottom, thanking Robinson for his help and asserting that she was "OK" and did not want to see her family. The investigation was terminated, as Godfrey was of legal age and there was no evidence of wrongdoing. No trace of Paula Godfrey has ever been found. In , using the name John Osborne, he met Lisa Stasi and her four-month-old daughter, Tiffany, at a battered women's shelter in Kansas City.

He promised Lisa a job in Chicago, an apartment, and daycare for her baby, and asked her to sign several sheets of blank stationery. A few days later Robinson contacted his brother and sister-in-law, who had been unable to adopt a baby through traditional channels, and informed them that he knew of a baby whose mother had committed suicide.

Lisa Stasi was never heard from again. She was hired by Robinson, who reportedly promised her extensive travel and a new wardrobe. She vanished in June of that year. Her missing persons case remains open. From to Robinson was incarcerated, first in Kansas —91 on multiple fraud convictions and thereafter in Missouri for another fraud conviction and parole violations.

At Western Missouri Correctional Facility he met year-old Beverly Bonner, the prison librarian, who upon his release left her husband and moved to Kansas to work for him. After Robinson arranged for Bonner's alimony checks to be forwarded to a Kansas post office box, her family never heard from her again. For several years Bonner's mother continued forwarding her alimony checks, and Robinson continued cashing them. By then Robinson had discovered the Internet, and roamed various social networking sites using the name "Slavemaster", looking for women who enjoyed playing the submissive partner role during sex.

An early online correspondent was Sheila Faith, 45, whose year-old daughter Debbie was wheelchair-bound due to spina bifida. Robinson, portraying himself as a wealthy businessman and philanthropist, offered to pay Debbie's medical expenses and give Sheila a job. In the mother and daughter moved from Fullerton, California to Kansas City and immediately disappeared. Robinson cashed Faith's pension checks for the next seven years.

In he offered a job and a bondage relationship to Izabela Lewicka, a year-old Polish immigrant living in Indiana. When she moved to Kansas City, the still married Robinson gave her an engagement ring and brought her to the county registrar where they paid for a marriage license that was never picked up.

It is unclear whether Lewicka believed she and Robinson were married; she told her parents she had married but never told them her husband's name. She did sign a item slave contract that gave Robinson almost total control over every aspect of her life, including her bank accounts. Some time during the summer of she disappeared. Robinson told a Web designer he employed that she had been caught smoking marijuana and deported.

Around the time of Lewicka's disappearance, a licensed practical nurse named Suzette Trouten moved from Michigan to Kansas to travel the world with Robinson as his submissive sex slave. Trouten's mother received several typed letters signed by her daughter and purportedly mailed while the couple was abroad, although the envelopes all bore Kansas City postmarks. The letters were, her mother said, uncharacteristically mistake-free. Later, Robinson told Trouten's mother that she had run off with an acquaintance after stealing money from him.

Over time, Robinson became increasingly careless, and did a progressively poorer job of covering his tracks. By he had attracted the attention of authorities in both Kansas and Missouri as his name cropped up in more and more missing persons investigations. Robinson was arrested in June at his farm near La Cygne, Kansas , after a woman filed a sexual battery complaint against him and another charged him with stealing her sex toys.

On the farm, a task force found the decaying bodies of two women, later identified as Izabela Lewicka and Suzette Trouten, in two pound chemical drums.

Across the state line in Missouri, other members of the task force, searching a storage facility where Robinson rented two garages, found three similar chemical drums containing corpses subsequently identified as Beverly Bonner, Sheila Faith, and her daughter Debbie Faith. All five women were killed in the same way, by one or more blows to the head with a blunt instrument. After the longest criminal trial in Kansas history, [5] he was convicted on all counts; he received the death sentence for the murders of Trouten and Lewicka, and life imprisonment for Stasi's because she was killed before Kansas reinstated the death penalty.

After his Kansas convictions, Robinson faced additional murder charges in Missouri, based on the evidence discovered in that state. Missouri is far more aggressive in its pursuit of capital punishment convictions, and Robinson's attorneys were anxious to avoid a trial there.

Kansas has not executed anyone since reinstating its death penalty statute in Robinson, who has never cooperated in any way with investigators, refused; but Koster still faced pressure to make a deal because his case was not technically airtight.

Among other issues, there was no unequivocal evidence that any of the murders had actually been committed within his jurisdiction. Robinson, on the other hand, faced pressure to plead guilty to avoid an almost certain death sentence in Missouri, and failing that, yet another capital murder trial back in Kansas.

When it became clear that the women's remains would never be found without Robinson's cooperation, a compromise of sorts was reached: In a carefully scripted plea in October , Robinson acknowledged that Koster had enough evidence to convict him of capital murder for the deaths of Godfrey, Clampitt, Bonner and the Faiths.

Though his statement was technically a guilty plea , and was accepted as such by the Missouri court, observers remarked that it was notably devoid of any contrition or specific acceptance of responsibility. In November , the Kansas Supreme Court vacated the Trouten and Stasi murder convictions on technicalities, but upheld the Lewicka conviction and its accompanying death sentence.

The ruling marked the first time that Kansas's highest court has upheld a death sentence since reinstatement of capital punishment there in In Nancy Robinson filed for divorce after 41 years of marriage, citing incompatibility and irreconcilable differences. The suit accused Gaddis of putting John Robinson in contact with Stasi and her newborn daughter in , after he told Gaddis that he ran a charitable organization providing assistance to "unwed mothers of white babies.

In the body of a young woman was found in a barrel in an area of rural Iowa where Robinson reportedly had a business partner. The identity of the victim—whose remains, forensics experts say, could have been in the barrel for 20 years or more—and Robinson's possible involvement, remain open questions.

Robinson is known to be responsible for eight homicides, but his total victim tally remains unknown. The following is a chronological summary of the eight victims identified thus far:. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the Bishop, see John Edward Robinson bishop. Retrieved March 14, Yahoo Voices archive Archived at the Wayback Machine..

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She vanished in June of that year. Her missing persons case remains open. From to Robinson was incarcerated, first in Kansas —91 on multiple fraud convictions and thereafter in Missouri for another fraud conviction and parole violations.

At Western Missouri Correctional Facility he met year-old Beverly Bonner, the prison librarian, who upon his release left her husband and moved to Kansas to work for him. After Robinson arranged for Bonner's alimony checks to be forwarded to a Kansas post office box, her family never heard from her again. For several years Bonner's mother continued forwarding her alimony checks, and Robinson continued cashing them.

By then Robinson had discovered the Internet, and roamed various social networking sites using the name "Slavemaster", looking for women who enjoyed playing the submissive partner role during sex. An early online correspondent was Sheila Faith, 45, whose year-old daughter Debbie was wheelchair-bound due to spina bifida.

Robinson, portraying himself as a wealthy businessman and philanthropist, offered to pay Debbie's medical expenses and give Sheila a job. In the mother and daughter moved from Fullerton, California to Kansas City and immediately disappeared. Robinson cashed Faith's pension checks for the next seven years.

In he offered a job and a bondage relationship to Izabela Lewicka, a year-old Polish immigrant living in Indiana. When she moved to Kansas City, the still married Robinson gave her an engagement ring and brought her to the county registrar where they paid for a marriage license that was never picked up.

It is unclear whether Lewicka believed she and Robinson were married; she told her parents she had married but never told them her husband's name. She did sign a item slave contract that gave Robinson almost total control over every aspect of her life, including her bank accounts. Some time during the summer of she disappeared. Robinson told a Web designer he employed that she had been caught smoking marijuana and deported. Around the time of Lewicka's disappearance, a licensed practical nurse named Suzette Trouten moved from Michigan to Kansas to travel the world with Robinson as his submissive sex slave.

Trouten's mother received several typed letters signed by her daughter and purportedly mailed while the couple was abroad, although the envelopes all bore Kansas City postmarks. The letters were, her mother said, uncharacteristically mistake-free. Later, Robinson told Trouten's mother that she had run off with an acquaintance after stealing money from him. Over time, Robinson became increasingly careless, and did a progressively poorer job of covering his tracks.

By he had attracted the attention of authorities in both Kansas and Missouri as his name cropped up in more and more missing persons investigations. Robinson was arrested in June at his farm near La Cygne, Kansas , after a woman filed a sexual battery complaint against him and another charged him with stealing her sex toys. On the farm, a task force found the decaying bodies of two women, later identified as Izabela Lewicka and Suzette Trouten, in two pound chemical drums.

Across the state line in Missouri, other members of the task force, searching a storage facility where Robinson rented two garages, found three similar chemical drums containing corpses subsequently identified as Beverly Bonner, Sheila Faith, and her daughter Debbie Faith. All five women were killed in the same way, by one or more blows to the head with a blunt instrument.

After the longest criminal trial in Kansas history, [5] he was convicted on all counts; he received the death sentence for the murders of Trouten and Lewicka, and life imprisonment for Stasi's because she was killed before Kansas reinstated the death penalty.

After his Kansas convictions, Robinson faced additional murder charges in Missouri, based on the evidence discovered in that state. Missouri is far more aggressive in its pursuit of capital punishment convictions, and Robinson's attorneys were anxious to avoid a trial there.

Kansas has not executed anyone since reinstating its death penalty statute in Robinson, who has never cooperated in any way with investigators, refused; but Koster still faced pressure to make a deal because his case was not technically airtight. Among other issues, there was no unequivocal evidence that any of the murders had actually been committed within his jurisdiction. Robinson, on the other hand, faced pressure to plead guilty to avoid an almost certain death sentence in Missouri, and failing that, yet another capital murder trial back in Kansas.

When it became clear that the women's remains would never be found without Robinson's cooperation, a compromise of sorts was reached: In a carefully scripted plea in October , Robinson acknowledged that Koster had enough evidence to convict him of capital murder for the deaths of Godfrey, Clampitt, Bonner and the Faiths. Though his statement was technically a guilty plea , and was accepted as such by the Missouri court, observers remarked that it was notably devoid of any contrition or specific acceptance of responsibility.

In November , the Kansas Supreme Court vacated the Trouten and Stasi murder convictions on technicalities, but upheld the Lewicka conviction and its accompanying death sentence. The ruling marked the first time that Kansas's highest court has upheld a death sentence since reinstatement of capital punishment there in In Nancy Robinson filed for divorce after 41 years of marriage, citing incompatibility and irreconcilable differences.

The suit accused Gaddis of putting John Robinson in contact with Stasi and her newborn daughter in , after he told Gaddis that he ran a charitable organization providing assistance to "unwed mothers of white babies.

In the body of a young woman was found in a barrel in an area of rural Iowa where Robinson reportedly had a business partner.

August was a difficult month for Kansas City, Mo. There were 20 homicides. We are working hard to hold the people who commit these heinous acts accountable. Despite the influx of murders, our detectives have done an admirable job of investigating and solving these crimes. They have literally worked around the clock. We have four homicide squads, and they rotate being on call. On several occasions this month, the Homicide Unit commander had to put more than one squad on call.

At one point during the weekend of Aug. That caused many of them to break or change their weekend plans to handle active cases. While all these new homicides were taking place, our detectives also managed to solve three prior cases this August, including a triple murder. Consider these homicide clearance rates from where we have been as of Aug. And several of those happened in August.

Because no matter how good they are, our detectives cannot solve these cases without your help. We must work together to bring justice for grieving families and to prevent these crimes from happening in the first place. Fortunately, the improving clearance rates are evidence that this is happening more and more. I wanted to start by sharing the non-August cases our homicide detectives got to prosecution last month: October 2, , at Monroe, Victim Marco Green.

Johnson shot Green while he sat in the back of a car. Johnson has been charged with first-degree murder and armed criminal action.

October 10, , at E. Jennifer and Victor Portillo, Yessenia Ahumana. Brown was present when the three victims were shot — one of whom was his ex-girlfriend — in a reported drug deal gone bad. He was charged with three counts of second-degree murder and three counts of armed criminal action.

July 28, , at East 92 nd St. Suspect Xzavier McDowell McDowell stabbed the victim, his girlfriend, to death in an apparent domestic violence incident. He has been charged with second-degree murder, armed criminal action and tampering with physical evidence. Now, here are the August homicide cases and the progress detectives have made on them. On several of them, we just need the right witnesses to come forward or the right forensic evidence processed in order to prosecute.

You will remain anonymous: They found the victim in the street suffering from a gunshot wound. Suspect Tyjuan Caldwell was charged with second-degree murder and armed criminal action. Hao Xingdong, Asian male, age 38 Officers responded to a shooting and located the victim on the side of the road suffering from a gunshot to the back of the head. It was reported the suspect was running down the road shooting at a vehicle with a shotgun.

Two other victims received non-life threatening injuries. Hudson was charged with second-degree murder and armed criminal action. Tyrone Standifer, black male, age 54 Officers were dispatched to the area of 18 th and Prospect on a reported shooting and located two victims inside a vehicle.

Both had been shot, and Standifer was deceased from a gunshot wound. Police believe the shooting occurred in the area of 22 nd and Walrond. Detectives have some forensic leads but still need tips. Shanterria Edwards, black female, age 26 Officers heard the souths of gunshots in the area and responded to investigate. They found the deceased victim inside a vehicle suffering from gunshot wounds. There is no suspect information at this time. Cyrenaica Lang, black female, age 55 Officers were dispatched on a medical nature unknown.

When they got to the scene, they found the victim in the street, unresponsive. EMS responded and declared her deceased. It appears the victim had been shot. We have a subject of interest in this case and are working with the Crime Lab on further evidence. Leo Woodruff, black male, age 17 Three days earlier, at Upon arrival, they found the victim lying in the street suffering from an apparent gunshot wound.

Woodruff died at a hospital on Aug. We have good leads and continue to identify and interview people connected with the case. Graham, white male, age 26 A resident contacted officers to tell them there was a body in the woods. They went to the wooded area the resident had indicated and discovered a decomposed body, which was later ruled a homicide.

Detectives have good leads, and the investigation continues. Terriante McClinton, black male, age 27 Officers were dispatched at They found two men suffering from gunshot wounds. One survived, and the other succumbed to his injuries. An argument between several people preceded the shooting. It appears the shooting occurred at or near the park in the southwest corner of 9th and Harrison.

Detectives have identified a subject of interest and are looking for him. Broyles, white female, age 28 A truck driver coming to pick up supplies near St. John reported a dead body among several telephone poles on the ground outside. The driver called police at about 9: Police saw that the woman was dead from an apparent gunshot wound. Detectives have identified a subject of interest and are working with other department elements on the investigation. Alvarez, black male, age 30 At about Doctors initially thought the victim had been stabbed.

He died at the hospital. The people who dropped him off eventually came back to the hospital, and police questioned them. They told police the victim had been in a fight and had gotten shot, which an autopsy later confirmed.

Police have gotten several tips and have a possible subject of interest. They continue to work on getting witnesses to come forward. Price, black male, age 27 The gunshot detection system Shotspotter alerted police to a sound of shots about They found the victim with gunshot wounds in the northbound lanes of traffic.

Nearby security video shows the victim had an altercation with two black males, one of whom pulled out a gun and shot the victim. Detectives are trying to identify those two men. Keith Wasmer, age 25, and Michael R. Brewer, age 29, both white males At about This area is heavily wooded and near a trail. We have identified at least one person involved.

They looked all over the area and eventually found the victim at I and View High. Detectives are working with federal partners on a possible lead but otherwise have little to go on. They found the victim with an apparent gunshot wound on the front porch of a house.

They attempted CPR while tactical officers cleared the house because witnesses said the suspect may be inside. The suspect was not inside, but he had driven away just after the shooting. Officers located him, and now Marshall Celestine has been charged with second-degree murder, armed criminal action and unlawful use of a weapon.

Edgar, black male, age 36 Officers were initially dispatched at 3: When they got there, they found the victim shot to death in the northbound lanes of at Eastwood Trafficway. A tow truck driver first discovered the victim. Detectives have identified a person of interest and are working with the Crime Lab on analysis to move the case forward.

Wachteler, white male, age 25 Officers were dispatched at 4: There were no witnesses at the scene, and police have few leads. Presley, black male, age 21 The victim was with a man who was giving a ride to two other male suspects — a juvenile and an adult —to buy marijuana.

The suspects asked the victims to pull over at 14 th and White, and when they did, the suspects attempted to rob the victims of their car, money and cell phone.

The deceased victim refused to turn over his phone and was subsequently shot by the juvenile suspect. The juvenile has been charged in Family Court.

Police have identified the adult suspect and are looking for him. Butler-Grimmet, black male, age 17 An officer in the area heard shots at about 5: Police pursued that vehicle to 7 th and Rainbow in Kansas City, Kan. Other officers went to 68 th and Cleveland, where they found the victim dead from apparent gunshot wounds.

There were several witnesses at the scene. Police learned the shooting stemmed from an argument among people who knew each other. The driver of the vehicle that left the scene has been charged with felony eluding. The shooter has been identified and remains at large. Officers are actively searching for the suspect. Cropp, white male, age 36 Officers responding on a reported shooting at Investigation revealed that someone known to the suspect came to retrieve property and brought the suspect with them.

The suspect, David W. Worlledge, has been charged with second-degree murder, armed criminal action and unlawful possession of a firearm. Honea, white male, age 43 The Shotspotter gunshot detection system alerted officers to shots fired in the vacant lot at Park at 4: They found the victim deceased from multiple gunshot wounds. More and more people are doing so. Because the good news is that overall violent crime — including homicides — is down year-to-date.

You can see the homicide numbers updated daily on our web site. And so far, non-deadly shootings through Sept. This shows that our community is standing up and opposing the culture of violence in Kansas City.

Coming up on October 6, each of our six patrol divisions will host a Citizens United Against Crime event see the flier below at various locations throughout the city. We hope this fun event will continue to enhance our collaboration with residents by building relationships and providing education in crime prevention.

Monday, July 16, Thank you for your support in wake of officers' shooting. Wednesday, May 23, Traffic tickets, race and the facts. The Kansas City Star recently published an article and editorial about the racial breakdown in traffic tickets in Kansas City, Mo. First and foremost, I want to be clear that we welcome public scrutiny.

Numerically, whites received more traffic tickets in in Kansas City, Mo. This disparity is not just an issue with Kansas City but with police departments around the country. In their story, The Star sorted their ticket data by the zip code of where the person receiving the ticket lives, not where the tickets were issued. This was pulled from our e-ticketing system: KCPD also captures data about whether officers knew the race of the driver prior to stopping a car.

Our data shows that officers did not know the race of the driver they had stopped when they pulled the vehicle over Think about it — an officer clocks a car speeding from a quarter-mile away — he or she has no chance to see the driver.

Even so, we would expect higher ticket numbers to be issued in the areas of the urban core most impacted by violent crime in Interim Chief David Zimmerman deployed Traffic Enforcement crews to several zones along the Prospect Avenue Corridor to combat spiking violent crime, homicides and traffic fatalities.

We experienced 99 traffic fatalities in , the most since Interim Chief Zimmerman explained this in a blog at the time we started the initiative. We would expect them to because we increased police presence there to combat violent crime and make it safer for residents. More officers in the area led to more officers to see traffic violations.

Traffic fatalities are at 25 year-to-date, compared to 34 at this time last year. With violent crime spiking, police were accused of not doing enough. One thing to keep in mind is that the Municipal Court data cited in the Star's article is not the same as stop data. We rely on the stop data we compile for the Missouri Attorney General to help us identify any potential bias and to address it in our training. That actually shows us how many drivers of every race we pull over. Feel free to check out our data.

Our disparity index for African-Americans is lower than the rest of the state. We continually review this rate against other departments and against our own department over prior years. Much can be resolved simply by residents showing up to court.

I highly encourage anyone struggling with traffic fines and warrants to contact the court to see how the issues can be resolved. Why are African Americans being assigned tickets at such a disproportionate rate? Why does the zip code account for such a disproportionate amount of tickets? What is the department's response to that? The Star declined to provide the data, other than directing us to public information from Municipal Court.

Over the next few days, we worked to try to extract our own ticket data from by race and set up an appointment with leaders at Municipal Court to compare. On Friday, May 18, we told the reporter that since we could not see the data the Star used to make responsible and informed comments, we were working to pull the data ourselves. We told him there were several other large-scale public information requests that had been submitted previously from other organizations that — to be fair to everyone — needed to be addressed first.

The reporter responded that it was too late, anyway, and the article would run on Sunday. Just to pull that information ourselves took more time than the Star allotted us for making a statement on it. In summary, the Star reporters gave the police department 2. Members of the Star have had the opportunity to review this data since February , according to Municipal Court.

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