Earlier that day, police had released a photo of Mc Neil, at that point identified only by her nickname "Slim," deeming her a "person of interest" in the robbery.Anyone with information on this robbery or the two suspected robbers is asked to call Fifth District Detective Kevin Williams at 504.658.6050 or call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 504.822.1111.
On the night of our big anniversary date we went to the nicest restaurant on the island in some new clothes we bought just for the occasion, but there was no ring to be found. in sickness and in health, until death do us part.” We’ve watched our loved ones make that commitment to one another, the biggest promise we can make to another human in this life.I was hesitant to say it out loud at first, but it eventually came out: “I could get used to this.” It was a simple phrase, but I knew exactly what it meant, and she did too. Less than a month later we took down some of my personal photos and replaced them with pictures of her family and us. Exactly one year after our first bike ride we celebrated with a weekend getaway to Catalina Island.Mandujano-Quinonez allegedly used his real name and photograph on the website and took the women on dates in his own car, making it easy for his victims to report him to police.“He’s probably not the smartest guy,” Adcox said. He admitted some stuff but denied others.”The case against Mandujano-Quinonez began in mid-November, when one of his alleged victims said that he got her to step outside of his car to “look at something” then sped off with her purse and other belongings still inside his vehicle, a silver Saturn, Adcox said.He then listed her items and other victims’ property online for sale, police said.