to connectVideoBaltimore police have accused man and his daughter on the stage woman’s murder, and blaming ‘the poor man, who’
The police say that they believe in Jacquelyn Smith’s death, it was a cold and calculated killing to be with her own family, Bryan Llenas reports.
A Baltimore man, who is to blame for his wife’s high-profile sting of death, an anonymous beggar-man, who — the police concluded it was a scam and that the man was the killer — has been set for his trial starts Monday, and a few weeks later, his daughter admitted to helping him dispose of the murder weapon and attempting to flee to Mexico.
Jim Smith, alleged that his wife of 54 years, Jacquelyn Smith, and it was fatal, and in December by East of Baltimore, the poor man, who, after Jacquelyn had just $10 to see a female beggar, who seemed to be having a baby. Smith also claimed that the 28-year-old daughter, Valeria, was in the car when the alleged assault took place.
After his wife’s death, Jim Smith, gave numerous interviews to the media, and lobbied the Baltimore for a law that would prohibit panhandling at city intersections, and even to say that he hoped to have the law named after his wife.
Alan Smith is shown in an undated photo provided by the Department of Police of new york city.
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The 54-year-old mother’s death drew national attention and even prompted a response from Oprah Winfrey, who said at the time of the incident, she would have to “think twice” for the purpose of giving panhandlers money.
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But in March, the police have said that they are committed to the love-gone-wrong tale is a lie, and that the last Interview had gone on the run. The two were arrested in Harlingen, Texas, near the mexican border. Acting Baltimore Police Commissioner of Police, Michael Harrison, said: “at the time, that is, the Receiving timing to the limit of the influence of the timing of the arrest.
Keith Smith, right, and his daughter, Valeria, Smith, were arrested in March near the U.S.-mexico border in Harlingen, Texas, in connection with Jacquelyn Smith’s death.
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“I can tell you that it has been informed that they will be in Texas for sure, added to the evidence that we have to make sure that it is not the homeless, [and] that the most likely cause was that it was more likely than not their involvement is,” mr. Harrison told the Baltimore Sun at the time. “I think there is plenty of evidence that this is, and always has been, it would have been the outcome.”
The police are of the opinion that, at the time of her death, and Jacquelyn Smith, was about to divorce from her husband of five years, and it’s charging documents as a friend of Jim Smith, had told the police that he had asked his brother to “get rid of Jacquelyn.”
The police told me to Keith Smith, in an interview with the cell phone evidence showed that he and his daughter had driven into a wooded parking lot the night his wife was killed. Immediately after that, according to the police, and the couple moved to Florida.
The police also said that there was no evidence that the crime took place in the place in which they are described, and no evidence of a beggar.
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Last month, Valeria, Smith pleaded guilty to acting as an accessory after the fact in the death of her step-mother. She was initially charged with first-degree murder.
Jacquelyn Smith, 54, died in December after being stabbed. Her husband and step-daughter have been arrested and charged with her murder.
“It is stated in the plea agreement, that she allowed her father to dispose of the knife. And helped her father dispose of the personal property, things of that nature. She has to take full responsibility for that,” Bradon Mead, Valeria’s attorney told FOX45 at the end of September.
The 28-year-old will appear in court again on Jan. 29, 2020, where they will face up to 10 years in prison.
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It is not known if Valeria will have to testify against her father, according to FOX45.
“Jackie was an amazing woman. It’s really sad,” Jacquelyn’s friend, Michelle, Kenney, told FOX45, at the time of her step-daughter’s plea. “It’s heartbreaking, the way she was taken from us.”
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Its supposed to be a beggar, that the crime drew national attention and prompted a lot of people are thinking that panhandlers have reason to be suspicious. It is also, however, led to additional concerns about the Baltimore force.
Fox News’ Dr. Lam, Nicole, Darrah, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.