Sheila LaBarre - female serial killer??
For a history of her life, see this link:
Timeline for Epping horse farm murder
By The Associated Press, By The Associated Press | April 25, 2006
Feb. 14 -- Having met on a telephone party service, Sheila LaBarre and Kenneth Countie meet for a date at the Ashworth by the Sea Hotel in Hampton, N.H.
Feb. 18 -- Countie leaves his house in Wilmington, Mass., telling his roommate he will be back after the weekend. The roommate doesn't see Countie again.
Feb. 21 -- Countie fails to report for work at a Massachusetts car wash.
Feb. 24 -- Countie's mother files a missing person report with police in Epping, N.H. Police visit LaBarre's horse farm and talk to Countie and LaBarre. Countie appears healthy and tells police he is all right.
March 11 -- Workers at the Epping Wal-Mart report being confronted by a woman who accuses another woman of grabbing and pushing her husband, cutting his face. They say the man is timid, has cuts on his face, burns on his torso and arm and a sickly yellow-green complexion.
March 17 -- The man and woman return to Wal-Mart; this time the young man is in a wheelchair. A Wal-Mart worker identifies the woman as Sheila LaBarre. A store video shows her stacking yellow diesel fuel containers in the man's lap. Police are called to the store when LaBarre renews her complaints from March 11. They report Countie looks ashen, has cuts on his face and is unable to move on his own.
March 23 -- LaBarre calls police about the Wal-Mart incident. She says Countie doesn't live with her anymore. Countie's mother files a second missing person report with Epping police because no one has been able to reach him.
March 24 -- LaBarre calls police at 1 a.m. She plays an audiotape in which she claims is Countie's confessions of pedophilia. At the end of the tape, police say they hear what sounds like Countie vomiting, followed by LaBarre yelling at him as he faints, "stop faking that you fainted." At 6 p.m., police arriving at the farm to check on Countie see the two burn piles and the charred bone and mattress.
March 25 -- Police return with a search warrant. LaBarre tells them Countie is "in the bag" near one of the piles. During the search, state police find empty yellow diesel fuel containers, but can't find the bones spotted the previous day.
LaBarre is taken for questioning. She says she hasn't been at the farm for a couple of days, and last saw Countie March 21 or 22. Police notice fresh cuts on her hands.
March 27 -- Investigators find blood in LaBarre's house and more diesel containers on her property. Two women contact police, saying they met LaBarre at a Manchester pet store and that a pedophile she knew may have committed suicide or been burned. LaBarre is stopped later in Epping, driving the women's car and carrying nearly $85,000.
March 28 -- Steven Martello tells state police he picked up a hitchhiker matching LaBarre's description, driving her to Dorchester, Mass.
March 29 -- A forensic anthropologist confirms the bones are those of a young man, most likely in his mid-20s.
March 31 -- Arrest warrant issued for LaBarre.
April 2 -- LaBarre is arrested in Revere, Mass. She has changed her hair color and is carrying a large amount of cash.
April 11 -- Police end search of horse farm.
April 25 -- Court documents say investigators found human bones in a Wal-Mart bag, bone fragments in a burn pile and Countie's blood in LaBarre's house.
Donna Boston, of Somersworth, hasn’t seen or heard from her son, Michael Deloge, since 2004. In March, authorities searching LaBarre’s 115-acre farm for the remains of a different missing man contacted Boston because they had found her son’s belongings on the farm.
Okay, I'm definitely hooked. This case is like crack
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