Jason Billingsley Evaded Manhunt in Separate Rape And Attempted Murders Case For Days Before Murder of Pava LaPereChris Menahan
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Jason Dean Billingsley, the 32-year-old violent felon arrested late Wednesday night in connection with the murder of tech CEO Pava Marie LaPere, was wanted for a separate rape and attempted murders which took place six days before LaPere's body was found.
Evidently, police thought they had Billingsley dead to rights and assumed his previous attack wasn't "random" so they allowed it to be reported only as an "arson" to avoid tipping him off to their pursuit.
From The Baltimore Banner, "Baltimore Police defend actions in pursuit of suspected killer, rapist Jason Dean Billingsley":
Acting Police Commissioner Richard Worley defended the decisions made by his department in the week leading up to the arrest late Wednesday night of Jason Dean Billingsley, 32, of Baltimore, who was taken into custody after multiple law enforcement agencies tracked him to a train station in Bowie. A Prince George's County police SWAT team surrounded him; Billingsley did not resist arrest, Worley said.As you can see in the report below, the violent attack was only reported to the public as an arson:
The Banner continues:
Baltimore Police issued a warrant for his arrest Sept. 20, and began to track his phone and financial transactions, but did not put out a public alert, Worley said, because "we didn't think at that point that he was committing random acts." Worley said Billingsley worked at the rooming house, knew the victims, and was "there for a reason." Had police believed he was likely to commit random attacks, they would have warned the public, Worley said.This sounds like a very unfortunate series of events. It will be interesting to see if leftoids in Baltimore try to pin this whole debacle on the police now even though Billingsley was released early from prison under Soros-funded Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby on "good-time credits" despite having been jailed for strangling and raping a woman at knifepoint in 2013.
As I reported Tuesday, LaPere was a self-described "anti-racist" who spoke out against "systemic racism, bigotry, and a police state that criminalizes Black bodies" and championed the soft-on-crime policies which led to her own demise.
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