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A shotgun, dumpster and a letter. The Sarah Pender Case
Jerad and Amanda Miller, the husband-and-wife duo from Lafayette who gunned down two Las Vegas police officers and a civilian Sunday before killing themselves, are the most recent in a string of killer couples with Indiana ties. In September , Maxwell and his girlfriend, McFarland, crisscrossed the country in a deadly crime spree, beginning in Indiana with the robbery and slaying of Robby Bott, 45, a FedEx mechanic from Mooresville. Rudy Lopes was killed a month later in October , his bound and blindfolded body dumped behind a San Antonio shopping mall. Maxwell and McFarland were arrested less than a week after Lopes' body was found. They had a chase and running gun battle with police through downtown San Francisco after Maxwell, driving Lopes' stolen truck, refused to be pulled over for running a red light.
They start dating and by the August or September of she and Hull begin sharing a house in the block of Meikel Street with another couple, Andrew Cataldi and Tricia Nordman. That evening, Hull uses the shotgun to kill Cataldi and Nordman. She gets Hull blankets and rides with him in a pickup truck as he dumps the bodies in a trash bin in the block of South Meridian Street. She does not report the killings to police. September-October Hull's attorney gives prosecutors a letter he claims was penned by Pender in which she confesses to killing the roommates.
Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry has refused to sign off on a sentence modification for a woman whom several legal experts believe was wrongly convicted of double murder. Pender is serving a year sentence in the shotgun slayings of her roommates, Andrew Cataldi and Tricia Nordman.
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She has claimed ever since that she is victim of a wrongful conviction. She came to national attention in August after she escaped from the Rockville Correctional Facility and was featured on America's Most Wanted. She was recaptured in December She worked as a secretary at Carl E. Most and Sons. Richard Hull, her boyfriend, worked as a bouncer at a bar. He had a criminal history that included six misdemeanors and two felony convictions for auto theft and for residential entry.
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Inmate No. Pender, 34, has long insisted she doesn't belong behind bars. Legal experts and the former deputy prosecutor who won the guilty verdict against her in are starting to agree. Sells said he has discovered evidence that raises doubt about Pender's conviction in the shotgun slayings of her roommates, Andrew Cataldi and Tricia Nordman, in The evidence — a "snitch list" neither he nor the defense attorney knew existed at trial — indicates he unwittingly built a murder case against Pender with dubious testimony. He is quick to point out, however, that Pender is no innocent. She assisted the killer and helped to conceal the murders.