Nez Perce County Prosecuting Attorney's Office: We want charges filed against Lance Jeffrey Voss
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Nez Perce County Prosecuting Attorney's Office: We want charges filed against Lance Jeffrey Voss

    1. Betty Brown
    2. Petition by

      Betty Brown

      Winston-Salem, NC

In 1982 Jacqueline "Brandy" Miller and Kristina Nelson were murdered and Steven Pearsall went missing and is presumed murdered. Lance Voss is the only suspect in these cases and needs to be brought to justice. We ask that the District Attorney go  to the Grand Jury in these cases and allow the Grand Jury to decide if there is enough evidence to charge Lance Voss with murder. 

To:
Nez Perce County Prosecuting Attorney's Office
We want charges filed against Lance Jeffrey Voss

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    1. Reached 250 signatures
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      Betty Brown
      Petition Organizer
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      Betty Brown
      Petition Organizer

      If you know something about last night's #DarkMinds case in #Lewiston #Clarkston #Idaho #Washington, here is the contact info:

      Christina White Case, contact Det. Jackie Nichols at Asotin County Sheriff's Office: (509) 758-2331; Civic Theatre Cases: Brandy Miller, Kristina Nelson & Steven Pearsall, contact Lewiston Police Dept: (208) 746-0171

      Dark Minds

      In the quiet town of Lewiston, Idaho, an eerie local theatre has dark past. Three people went missing here, two turned up dead. Is it a local killer, connected to a string of other murders? The team from Dark Minds dive into a deep mystery. Image Credits DCI Copyright © 2014 Discovery Communications, LLC.

    4. Dark Minds

      Betty Brown
      Petition Organizer
      Dark Minds

      In the quiet town of Lewiston, Idaho, an eerie local theatre has dark past. Three people went missing here, two turned up dead. Is it a local killer, connected to a string of other murders? The team from Dark Minds dive into a deep mystery. Image Credits DCI Copyright © 2014 Discovery Communications, LLC.

    5. Reached 100 signatures
    6. Reached 10 signatures
    7. Summary

      Betty Brown
      Petition Organizer

      Kristina Nelson, 21, and her stepsister Jacquelyn "Brandy" Miller, 18, were originally from Boise. They were living in Lewiston while attending Lewis-Clark State College. On the evening of Sept. 12, 1982, Nelson left a note in her apartment for her boyfriend, indicating that she and Brandy were going downtown to do some grocery shopping at the Safeway store. A possible route downtown would have ta
      ken them by the Civic Theatre; Nelson had once worked there.

      The Civic Theatre was preparing at the time to put on The Pirates of Penzance. Steven Pearsall, 35, who worked as a janitor there, had recently helped build a pirate ship that rolled on a dolly and included several ropes for actors, as pirates, to slide down. Steven's girlfriend dropped him off at the theater around midnight on Sept. 12. The theater was normally empty at that time, and Steven said he was going to do his laundry and practice his clarinet. Witnesses saw him enter the basement door. He was never seen a

    8. Reached 5 signatures
    9. News article from 10-8-1998

      Betty Brown
      Petition Organizer

      Area man investigated in serial killings; Authorities with Spokane task force question the man, who has been a suspect in several area slayings
      Tara Tuchscherer
      Published: Lewiston Tribune
      1998-10-08
      Page: 1A
      Authorities investigating the Spokane serial killings were in Lewiston Wednesday looking into a man who lives in this area as a possible suspect.

      The man is a longtime suspect in three murders and two disappearances that took place in the Lewiston-Clarkston area in the late '70s and early '80s, said Lewiston Police Lt. Alan Johnson.

      The man and his attorney met with two detectives from the Spokane task force Wednesday afternoon.

      The task force is investigating the murders of seven women in the Spokane area since November. The body of another woman linked to the case was found in Tacoma in December.

      Johnson would not comment on what transpired during the meeting.

      This is the second time members of the task force have been to Lewiston,

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    • LaRena weik LEWISTON, ID
      • 2 months ago

      A closing for the family and our community.

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    • julie moran LEWISTON, ID
      • 2 months ago

      they need justice

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    • eugena stacona PENDLETON, OR
      • 2 months ago

      to see justice finally served after all of these years and to give closure to the families

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    • Christina Kochsmeier KENDRICK, ID
      • 3 months ago

      I have lived in this community for a number of years. When I first moved here I was mistaken by my classmates as Christina White as that was my maiden name. Also, I was living in Kendrick when Brandy Miller and Kristina Nelson were found. Would like to see whoever is responsible brought to justice.

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    • andrea luce ROCK HILL, SC
      • 4 months ago

      I believe he is still killing people. I believe he killed Kayla Campbell in Mint Hill NC. She was 5 min by bike from his house. She was found within 5 miles of his house in a pond with her cell phone, bike, etc. He was convicted of breaking into a mortuary in 1972 of a girl in California who "drowned." He offered to search for the victims in the Lewiston/Clarkston area that he is believed to have murdered. I believe he is a prolific serial killer. Someone needs to get his DNA. If we can't prosecute, the mint hill police could get his dna from a cup or cigarette, etc.

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