January 25th, 2021
The Rising Fawn Jane Doe is the name given to a Caucasian girl (also known as Pamela Doe) between sixteen and twenty-five whose remains were discovered in Rising Fawn, Dade County, Georgia, on December 16, 1988, near the state border with Alabama. The victim was around five feet seven inches, weighing between 120 and 125 pounds. Her hair was reddish with frosted ends, and she had dark eyes. She had been both strangled and sexually abused. The clothing the victim wore included a large dark blue pullover shirt, jeans and black shoes. She wore two pieces of jewelry, a gold necklace and a ring with gold heart-shaped design on her left hand. She may have been a runaway or a hitchhiker. LINK
She’s a homewrecker. Holly will sleep with any guy even if she know that he has a wife/fiance/girlfriend. She does not care if he has a family that she is ruining. She will sleep with whatever guy looks at her. She uses guys and gets them to buy her clothes and take her on trips. She has even admitted that she will pursue taken men on purpose. She has even had one of her cars vandalized before for pursuing a taken man. If you look at her pictures she will only post pictures with a filter on them and mainly focusing on her large jugs. Bottom line is watch out for her if your ever in Savannah, Georgia.
January 19th, 2021
The final life sentences were handed down Wednesday in the 2016 beating and burning death of an 83-year-old woman at her Georgia home. Justin Grady, 40, and Cortavious Heard, 20, were denied the possibility of parole for their role in the brutal murder of Dorothy “Dot” Dow, a grandmother whose family operated a blueberry farm in north Meriwether County. Grady and Heard were former seasonal employees at the farm, which is about 50 miles southwest of Atlanta.<SNIP> LINK
Before they left, prosecutors said the crew poured lighter fluid down Dow’s back and set her on fire. They disabled the home’s telephone, and Ellery admitted to grabbing Dow’s medical alert device from around her neck, AJC.com previously reported.