The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on September 6, 1990 · Page 24
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 24

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Thursday, September 6, 1990
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s THE PALM BEACH POST THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1990 HAos I UF starts scholarship to honor slain students SLAYINGSfrom 1A her two years ago. The 27-year-old Vero Beach woman told authorities she was carrying groceries into her home shortly after noon on Sept. 6, 1988, when a man who looked like Humphrey followed her into the house, held a hunting knife to her throat and demanded that she take off her pants. The man pulled her blouse down and when she asked him not to rape her, he said he just wanted to look at her body, according to a sheriff's office report. The woman said she finally managed to run away from the man. In Gainesville Wednesday, investigators continued to comb the murder scenes with a special camera that uses ultraviolet imagery to pick up microscopic evidence. The $20,000 piece of equipment, flown in from Hattiesburg, Miss., was brought in Tuesday night after Dr. Michael West, a forensic dentist there, contacted members of the Gainesville task force, police said. , West said he and investigators had been inside two of the murder sites Tuesday night and had picked up fingerprints that would have otherwise gone unnoticed. "But odds are they are those of the victims," he said. West, whose specialty is using ultraviolet imagery to look at bite marks on a victim's skin, said he was not summoned to look at the five bodies for teeth or bite marks. The special camera is being used only at the crime scenes, he said. Meanwhile, reports surfaced in Alabama of possible links between the Gainesville case and the May stabbing death of a 22-year-old nursing graduate in Dothan. Alabama officials say Florida investigators have been in daily contact about the case of Marilyn Mitchell, who was found stabbed and raped in her Dothan home less than a week after graduating from the University of Alabama. Her father said she fit the description of the four female Gainesville vie-, tims, who were petite brunettes. Investigators have said Humphrey is one of eight suspects in the Gainesville deaths. The only other suspect they have identified is Stephen Michael Bates, a Lakeland short-order cook held in lieu of $100,500 bail since his Aug. 29 arrest on assault charges in Polk County. New details on the killings also surfaced Wednesday in the Miami Herald. The paper quoted sources as saying the killer cruelly posed his victims for maximum shock value. On the University of Florida campus Wednesday, about 600 people attended a memorial service in the O'Connell Center for the slain students. UF President John Lombardi began the series of short speeches, remembering the five victims and trying to find meaning in their brutal deaths. He then announced a 1990 scholarship fund in memory of all five students. Santa Fe Community College officials also announced a scholarship in memory of Hoyt. ' Staff writers Douglas T. Cohen, Ron Kozlowski and Emily J. Minor contributed to this report. PTEMB RSA SAVE ON FASHION APPAREL aiE27.99 REG. $34 TO $35. SAVE ON HAGGARD SLACKS FOR MEN Sal pricea affective through Sept. 22. I023.99 REG. $26 TO $30 SAVE ON SELECTED VAN HEUSEN DRESS SHIRTS FOR MEN ms rV f V w, illlliilifcilllllliliiilii mm i : ' , J 1 ""'".V i&v f SALE Qi no &ti:, ' vu Aw '' sale -aa nn f:v.f:ff'J 144,99 ti&t i y :i$Wr&0' - 'fo V'Mj l rv REG. $191. SAVE ON 2PC. I JH' 'V' t SUITS FROM HAGGAR . 1 sale nn nn : - iM"m : yy.yy. I --Sf1 - -SL: nR :-JfrJ7 1 REG. $120. 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