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St. Petersburg’s fugitive hunt becomes number one nationwide as TV show highlights unsolved murder case

St. Petersburg’s fugitive hunt becomes number one nationwide as TV show highlights unsolved murder case

A national crime program highlights Saint Petersburg as it struggles to find the man accused of shooting dead his girlfriend while she was carrying their child in her lap.

Investigations Discovery and Discovery Plus’s “In Pursuit with John Walsh” will feature fugitive Benjamin Williams on its show at 9 p.m. Wednesday.

According to the Saint Petersburg Police Department, Williams shot his ex-girlfriend Joanna Becca in the face while she was carrying her baby in her car last year near Woodlawn Memorial Gardens.

Police said another young child, Joanna Becca, was in the back seat when the shooting took place.

He lured her there under the compositions that he wanted to see the child they had in common [now] A one-year-old girl was in her lap when she was shot and killed. “He made her agree to meet him at this place where the murder took place so that he could see the child,” said Major David Girardeau, head of the Major Crimes Unit at the Saint Petersburg Police Department.

Related: Police said her mother was shot dead in the car, along with her two “terrified” children, unharmed.

Joanna Beca’s mother, Eleni Beca, takes care of her two young children.

Joanna Becca was killed while carrying her child in her lap 15 months ago.

“Losing her was devastating to me,” said Eleni Beca. She said, “Part of my body went with it. I don’t feel the same anymore.” “Being a part of this show gives me hope. People out there, they know where he’s hiding,” said Eleni Beca. “I will fight for her justice and I will fight for her children. I will make sure they are loved, cared for and safe.”

Eleni Peca urges anyone with information to speak up.

Related: St Pete Police are searching for the suspect who shot his girlfriend while she was carrying a baby

“Last year it was my daughter. Tomorrow there may be someone else. We have to work together as a community to make this place safe for our children and grandchildren,” she said.

Joanna Beca's mother wants the world to remember her daughter as someone with a good heart

Joanna Becca’s mother wants the world to remember her daughter as someone with a good heart who was a “loving mother, a beautiful soul, and a wonderful woman.”

She wants the world to remember her daughter as someone with a good heart who was “a loving mother, a beautiful soul, and a wonderful woman. She touched so many hearts.”

According to Gerardo, Williams left the area immediately after the crime, but said they believe Williams may have returned.

According to the Saint Petersburg Police Department, Benjamin Williams shot his ex-girlfriend Joanna Becca in the face while she was carrying her baby in her car last year near Woodlawn Memorial Gardens.

According to the Saint Petersburg Police Department, Benjamin Williams shot his ex-girlfriend Joanna Becca in the face while she was carrying their child in her car last year near Woodlawn Memorial Gardens.

“We will not forget this murder and no amount of time will prevent us from holding 39-year-old Benjamin Williams for the crime,” Girardeau said.

Earlier this week, investigators distributed leaflets with Williams’ photo and information about her. Gerardo said he is better known by the street name Bambi. He is 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 135 pounds. He has lost at least two of his upper teeth, has a small scar on his nose and numerous tattoos.

Gerardo said the show is close to the department.

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Investigations Discovery and Discovery Plus’s “In Pursuit with John Walsh” will feature fugitive Benjamin Williams on its Wednesday night show.

“The program came to us and it was a kind of collaboration between us and the Marshal Service in the United States to get Walsh to pick this case and I think one of the reasons they specifically chose this case was because it was a particularly brutal murder and the suspect was a particularly violent person.”
It is very helpful to have the issue in the national spotlight, Gerardo said.

“The sheer size of the viewers, it’s just something that we can’t easily access at the local level, but more importantly, to keep this issue fresh in the minds of the public because this, as I said, was a particularly heinous crime when it happened not only because of The brutality of the murder but because of the fact that she was carrying her child when it happened.” “Everyone was pissed when it happened, but time goes by and people forget things, fall off the public’s radar, so as to bring the public’s attention back to her and remind society that Benjamin Williams still exists and he does make up danger to this community. I think it is very important.

There is a $25,000 reward for information leading to Williams' arrest.

There is a $25,000 reward for information leading to Williams’ arrest.

He said that Williams is the number one fugitive wanted by the St. Petersburg Police Department. Girardeau said that Williams is also a significant figure in several other public murders.

There is a $25,000 reward for information leading to Williams’ arrest. You can remain anonymous. Police ask you to call 1-877-926-8332 if you have any information.


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