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John Norman Collins Convicted of one murder in the late 1960s Michigan college campus serial murder case, police believed that he was responsible for all of them. Collins was implicated superficially in fifteen murders, but only the first seven on the list were officially considered his.John Norman Collins went to trial, and on August 19, 1970, was found guilty and sentenced to life imprisonment with no possibility of parole

John Norman Collins Convicted of one murder in the late 1960s Michigan college campus serial murder case, police believed that he was responsible for all of them. Collins was implicated superficially in fifteen murders, but only the first seven on the list were officially considered his.John Norman Collins went to trial, and on August 19, 1970, was found guilty and sentenced to life imprisonment with no possibility of parole

A map of Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti, MI showing the faces of some of the women killed there in the late 1960s. All of these victims except Jane Mixer were later shown to have been killed by the same man, John Norman Collins.

A map of Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti, MI showing the faces of some of the women killed there in the late All of these victims except Jane Mixer were later shown to have been killed by the same man, John Norman Collins.

Missing Black Female, Olisa Williams Missing since February 8, 1983 from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Non- Family Abduction Date Of Birth: August 10, 1981   Williams was abducted by an unknown individual. You may remain anonymous when submitting information to any agency: If you have information concerning this case, please contact:Ann Arbor Police Department 734-994-2911 or email police@ci.ann-arbor.mi.us

***MISSING*** Olisa Susan Williams, age 10 months old at time of disappearance, missing since June 1982 from Ann Arbor, Michigan

Michigan Murders: Former sheriff recalls Washtenaw County's most ...

Michigan Murders: Former sheriff recalls Washtenaw County's most notorious serial killer

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This kindly grandpa, Gary Leiterman, a nurse at Borgess Hospital in Michigan, couldn't have been more surprised when the police announced that his DNA matched that found on the nylons of Ann Arbor law student Jane Mixer, killed in 1969.  The DNA matched another guy in the database, too -- a convicted murderer who was 4 years old and on the other end of the state when Jane died.  So is Leiterman innocent too?

This kindly grandpa, Gary Leiterman, a nurse at Borgess Hospital in Michigan, couldn't have been more surprised when the police announced that his DNA matched that found on the nylons of Ann Arbor law student Jane Mixer, killed in 1969. The DNA matched another guy in the database, too -- a convicted murderer who was 4 years old and on the other end of the state when Jane died. So is Leiterman innocent too?

Killer: John Norman Collins. (The Co-Ed Killer) The Michigan Murders were a series of highly publicized killings in the Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti area of Southeastern Michigan between 1967 and 1969 that terrified Washtenaw County for over two years. John Norman Collins is a serial killer who was found guilty for one of the "Michigan Murders",

John Norman Collins - Convicted of the murder of Karen Sue Beineman, suspected in the murder of at least five other young women in the vicinity of Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti, Michigan.

Ann Arbor residents would easily recognize their city in Harry Dolan's crime fiction, but the likeness ends with murder; while Dolan can pack several homicides into each book, the real Ann Arbor is much more peaceful.

Michigan Author Dreams Up A Deadlier Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor residents would easily recognize their city in Harry Dolan's crime fiction, but the likeness ends with murder; while Dolan can pack several homicides into each book, the real Ann Arbor is much more peaceful.

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