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    Two Lodi teens arrested in connection with Sunday double homicide

    By Layla Bohm/News-Sentinel Staff Writer

    March 11, 2003

    Two Lodi teenagers were arrested Monday on suspicion of murder in connection with a weekend double homicide.

    Christopher Howard Jones, 18, and Joel Angel Magana, 19, both of Lodi, were taken into custody Sunday evening and then arrested at 3:30 a.m. Monday, San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Nellie Stone said. They are being held in connection with the shooting death of a Lodi couple found dead Sunday in the living room of their East Morse Road home. A neighbor found Kevin Leroy Dahnke, 23, and his wife, Sabrina Guadalupe Dahnke, 24, around 10:45 a.m. Sunday, and detectives soon began developing leads, Stone said.

    Both men face two counts of murder and one count each of robbery and conspiracy, Stone said, and detectives do not currently have additional suspects. "We do believe that the responsible (parties) are in custody now," Stone said Monday. The suspects are being held without bail in the county jail in French Camp and will be arraigned in Lodi court Wednesday afternoon, according to jail records.

    Sheriff's detectives have not released a motive in the weekend's double slaying, though they have not ruled out or confirmed it to be a drug-related incident, Stone said. The victims appeared to be involved in a struggle before they died, and neighbors reported hearing several gunshots shortly before midnight Saturday. A weapon was found in the home, Stone said, but it was put away and it was not a part of the crime scene.

    Kevin Dahnke was a registered narcotics offender and had run-ins with law enforcement in Galt in 1998, but an acquaintance discounted rumors that he may have been selling drugs. "Kevin was in high school and he was 18, and Galt High was raided. There were tons of kids who got in trouble," said a woman who did not want her name published out of fear of retaliation. She described Kevin Dahnke as a "jokester" and a "funny guy," and said that his wife meant everything to him, and Brianna Ruonavaara, who had been friends with him for years, echoed the sentiments.

    "He met Sabrina, and his life totally changed," Ruonavaara said, remembering when the couple first met several years ago in Galt. Sabrina Dahnke, a Farmers and Merchants Bank employee in Lodi, had no criminal history, and co-workers were stunned to hear of her death. "The employees that had worked with Sabrina are very upset, and they're having a hard time dealing with it," Keith Land, a bank employee and city council member, said Monday afternoon.

    Ruonavaara's voice broke several times as she recalled Kevin Dahnke, who acted as a protective older brother, practiced martial arts for tournaments and doted on his wife.



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    ProJo Supervisor was Popular Martial Arts Instructor

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    A supervisor at the Providence Journal's production facility was known as a dedicated worker, who enjoyed life outside of work -- including activities like Tae Kwon-Do and camping.

    Robert Benetti was gunned down yesterday by an employee. Police say 38-year-old Carlos Pacheco walked into the production facility yesterday and shot Benetti. One other person was injured and another died in Warwick before Pacheco apparently took his own life. Police say Benetti was the first victim discovered, and that Pacheco targeted him personally.

    Colleagues told The Providence Journal that Benetti sometimes talked about stresses involved in being a supervisor, but never suggested serious problems. Friends also say Benetti balanced work and home. He spent time with his wife and three children, and often went camping.

    Benetti's other great love was Tae Kwon-Do. He was an instructor at a Tae Kwon-Do studio in North Kingstown. Benetti's wife and brother also work at the Journal's production facility.
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    City rebuffs fatherís request

    RUSS OLIVO, Staff Writer March 17, 2003

    WOONSOCKET -- Karate instructor Ed Wilson does not have to go far to be reminded of his sonís tragic murder just over five years ago.
    All he has to do is go to work. From outside Wilsonís Family Karate Center at 1 South Main St., itís easy to see the spot where Edward "Chip" Wilson IV was shot to death on Nov. 27, 1997. A karate instructor at his fatherís studio, Wilson, 27, was slain less than a block from his workplace at the corner of Arnold and Sayles streets. His father has taken pains to honor his sonís memory with a special "memorial room" inside the studio where photos of his son and his numerous awards from competitive karate adorn the walls.

    Wilson, 55, is comforted by the images while he is at work. Now Wilson says heíd like to pay tribute to his son outside the karate studio, too, by placing a memorial crucifix to mark the spot where he was killed. "It would be just something simple. Something small," says Wilson. Thereís just one problem: The site Wilson wants to use is city-owned land. And officials have turned down his request to erect the memorial.

    Wilson wrote to City Council President Leo T. Fontaine on Jan. 20 saying, "I am writing this letter to request permission from the city to establish a memorial in my sonís honor. In his memory, I would like to have a cross set up as a memorial at the corner of the two streets. The cross will be permanently affixed in the ground and I will continue to maintain and upkeep the area where it is placed." Acting on the recommendation of Administration/Public Works Director Michael A. Annarummo, the council turned down the request. Wilson recently received a reply from the public works division explaining that such a memorial would pose an "additional distraction to motor vehicle traffic" in the area.

    Annarummo said the city has adopted a position similar to that of the state and most other municipalities concerning private memorials on public property. The public works director said it would be irresponsible to allow a crucifix on city property where it could encourage motorists to take their eyes of the road. Annarummo said other impromptu memorials consisting of such items as a doll, clumps of artificial flowers, and various personal belongings have been removed repeatedly from the sites of other tragedies in the city for similar reasons. One memorial on the Truman Bypass where a motorcyclist was killed was been dismantled twice, in part because a member of the City Council complained about it, said Annarummo.

    "I have nothing but sympathy for the manís loss, but if just one driver gets distracted and gets into an accident because of what we put there thatís one too many," said Annarummo. Annarummo invited Wilson to come to his office and talk about putting a plaque on a tree in River Island Park or some other "more reverent, less visual" display somewhere else. The public works director also said that allowing such a memorial might set a troublesome precedent for the city, paving the way for an "eye-pollution issue." Frustrated by the cityís position, Wilson is still pondering his next move. All he knows is he wants a tribute for his son in a place he thinks is meaningful.

    "There are lots of other distractions for drivers," says Wilson. "You see things erected all the time for people to show the place where they died."

    On the night of the murder, Wilson and a friend were getting a to-go order at a late-night wiener palace on Arnold Street when Wilson had words with a group of men inside the restaurant. As Wilson and his companion left the restaurant, the men followed them outside. During a confrontation, Firlando "Hippy" Rivera," shot Wilson twice with a .45 caliber handgun. Wilson died later at the hospital. A member of the Latin Kings street gang, Rivera was already on probation for shooting another man, seriously wounding him, when he murdered Wilson.

    Some witnesses were so cowed by Riveraís reputation as a member of the Latin Kings that they could not bring themselves to testify during his trial. Even Wilsonís companion, who had picked Rivera out of a photo lineup shortly after the murder, testified that he did not recognize Rivera sitting at the defendantís table, studiously preppy-looking in his wire-rim glasses and a bulky Nautica sweater. Despite the obstacles, on Oct. 19, 1999, a Superior Court jury convicted Rivera on five counts, including second-degree homicide, weapons charges and being a habitual criminal. Judge Robert D. Krause sentenced Rivera, now 34, to life plus 20 years at the Adult Correctional Institutions.

    Wilsonís death hit his students at the karate studio very hard, says his father, who runs the business with his wife, Sonja, his late sonís stepmother. Chipís memory lives on through his students, says Wilson. Even new ones know the tragic story of his untimely death. "Most everybody knows," he says. "He was a very popular teacher."



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    CORPSE IN DRAIN IDENTIFIED
    Jabari Williams, 19 whom police claim was wanted for the murder :

    THE BULLET-RIDDLED body of a man found in a drain in Champ Fleurs on Carnival Saturday has been identified as Jabari Williams, 19 whom police claim was wanted for the murder of the son of internationally renowned martial arts expert, Don Jacobs.

    Williams' relatives made the identification at the Port-of-Spain Mortuary on Carnival Tuesday. An autopsy done at the Forensic Science Centre confirmed that Williams died of shock and hemorrhage consistent with multiple gunshot wounds. He was one of three men murdered in separate incidents over the long Carnival weekend. Williams' body was found around 6am by a resident of Mt.D'or Road, Champ Fleurs. There were gunshot wounds to the neck, chest, back and limbs.

    Police sources said Williams, who lived at Pelican Extension, Morvant, was a suspect in a number of armed robberies and shootings along the East/West corridor.

    Remembering Instructor Antonio Jacob,

    He lived and trained with top purple dragon teachers, asking questions about his father, the founder of Don Jitsu Ryu. He often asked them, ďWhat was it like in Purple Dragon before I was born?Ē After receiving the knowledge he always passed it on to his students.


    Antonio Jacob (1983-2002), second son of Professor Don Jacob, founder of the modern martial art of Don Jitsu Ryu. He was one of the greatest and most beloved martial artists in the purple dragon history. Remembering Instructor Antonio Jacob as a portrait of his dad Professor Don Jacob as told by his students who trained under him as his disciples, they are continuing their training under new purple dragon instructors in the way he would have wanted them to.

    There will be a collection of photos that will be made available in memory of him for the first time, to capture the essence of this extraordinary young martial arts master and visionary. There will also be some literature revealing his knowledge, teaching style, his daily habits, his philosophy of life, and the lovable human aspects of his personality. He deeply believed that Don Jitsu Ryu could have been used as a means to create peace, prosperity and harmony in the world.

    ANTONIO DE FREITAS-JACOBíS ACHIEVEMENTS

    Runner up in world championship (NBL) Hollywood

    Won first place in the NBL World Championships in Savannah, Georgia

    Won several titles at Caribbean Grand Slam, Trinidad

    Won the Save the Children Championship in Connecticut (sparring)

    Won in sparring and katas at the Venezuela International Competition

    Certified Fitness and Yoga Instructor.

    De Freitas-Jacob, 19, the last son of Professor Don Jacob, was fatally shot when he went to pay his car insurance on Christmas. Reports said he was attacked by three men, who attempted to rob him. A karateka since the age of three, his death shook the Purple Dragon School, which comprises approximately 15,000 students in 11 countries worldwide.

    A strong, burly young man, best remembered by Purple Dragon students for the flair in which he executed his self defense and sparring techniques, young Jacob died fighting two guys, when the third one which he did not see shot him, eyewitnesses said. This has given his father and the entire Purple Dragon family some degree of solace. ďAntonio when down fighting, fighting for his life. He was always taught that if you get into a dangerous fight, donít just stand there and do nothing, do something even it if is wrong.Ē

    Unfortunately Antonio died when one of the three men shot him during the scuffle. That an accomplished martial artists perished in the wave of crime sweeping Trinidad and Tobago, has caused some people to observe that Antonio's black belt was not enough to save him. Professor Jacob revealed that there are two types of attacks: and ambush and a confrontation. He explained that in a confrontation a martial artist has a better chance of defending his/herself than in an ambush. And although his son died, Professor Jacob takes pride the fact that he was a true martial artist to the end.

    ďBecause martial arts is such a disciplined thing, he was not one to be a bandit, robber or drug pusher. Martial Arts go beyond fighting. It is about character building, respecting other peopleís life and property. Martial Arts is about order and obedience. Martial arts is not about fighting but fighting back if you have to. He died with all of those disciplines,Ē he said.

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    Slain man described as calm, gentle

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    Lilian Getkate has admitted killing her husband, but has invoked battered-wife syndrome and pleaded not guilty, rifle, owned by Maury Getkate, has been identified by police as the weapon that killed the Falaise Road man.

    To his friend Travis Gee, Maury Getkate was an admirable man: devoted to his family, accomplished in his profession, crazy about intellectual pursuits, and guileless to those who knew him.

    On the night Mr. Getkate's son Kevin was inducted into Beavers, Mr. Getkate "was very proud of it. He wanted to be part of his children's lives," Mr. Gee testified yesterday. He recalled the enjoyment Mr. Getkate took in attending the Ottawa Antiquarian Book Fair. "Maury in a bookshop was like a kid in a candy store," Mr. Gee said. Mr. Gee, a former co-worker of Mr. Getkate, said his friend was popular in the workplace because there was nothing hidden or secret about him. He was "transparent," Mr. Gee said. "He was who he appeared to be."

    Mr. Gee described his friend to a jury charged with determining whether Mr. Getkate's wife, Lilian, murdered him in their Falaise Road home.

    On Dec. 8, 1995, Mr. Getkate, then 37, was shot twice in his bed while he slept. Ms. Getkate, now 38, has pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder, although her lawyer, Patrick McCann, told the jury this week that she did kill her husband. Mr. McCann, in his address to the jury, said the defence for his client is centred on the allegation that Mr. Getkate was anything but "transparent" -- that he led a "secret life," abusing his wife physically and emotionally so that she suffered from "battered spouse syndrome" before she killed him.

    Mr. Gee, a Crown witness, told the jury that he met Mr. Getkate, an RCMP industrial organizational psychologist, in 1993. They met when both men worked for Corrections Canada and became friends outside work, visiting each others' homes and occasionally shooting pool. The jury has seen that after Mr. Getkate was killed, police seized several rifles, a cache of exotic and illegal weaponry, and books dealing with sniping, covert operations and explosives from the Getkate home. Mr. McCann alleged that Mr. Getkate had intimidated his wife with his paramilitary skills.

    Mr. Gee told the jury that Mr. Getkate never expressed any interest to him in guns, martial arts or survivalism. "I don't think he had time for very many outside interests," Mr. Gee said. Mr. Gee also said that he had never seen Mr. Getkate lose his temper, become violent or act out against his wife and two children. Under cross-examination, Mr. Gee repeated that his friend never displayed a foul temper. "I've seen more ill-tempered teddy bears," he told Mr. McCann. Mr. McCann asked Mr. Gee if he knew of the weapons that police had seized, if he was surprised to know that the Getkate home held a weapons cache that included ninja throwing stars and nunchaku fighting sticks. (A collection of martial-arts weapons was found in the Getkate house.)

    "Are you sure they weren't hers?" said Mr. Gee.

    "Did he (Mr. Getkate) ever discuss with you the fact that he had a live, improvised explosive device in his basement?" Mr. McCann asked. Police found such an invention, which RCMP bomb experts later detonated. "None of this is consistent with what you knew?" Mr. McCann continued. "Not without alternative explanations being offered, no," Mr. Gee said.

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    Police Log

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    Two men accused of the 1994 killing of a Stanford student will be arraigned Feb. 13. Larry Paul, 21, and Eddy Pereles, 23, reportedly confessed to police that they robbed and then shot David Liu, 23, a Stanford graduate student, in the carport of a Palo Alto apartment building when Liu resisted the robbery in November 1994. Santa Clara County Deputy District Attorney Lane Liroff said that a preliminary examination in court last week showed that there was enough evidence to move ahead with an arraignment.

    Lui was visiting a friend at the apartment complex off Greer Road when Paul and Pereles allegedly robbed and then shot him because he fought back using martial arts techniques.

    The two men are charged with murder, conspiracy to commit robbery, and robbery.
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    Found this, and just thought I'd set the record straight. David Liu was ordered at gunpoint to lie face-down on the ground after peaceably handing over his wallet. Larry Paul then shot him in the back as he pleaded for his life. Although David knew martial arts, he did not use them in the face of two large men armed with guns. I'm not sure where your misinformation came from; my sources are Larry's and Eddie's confessions and the 911 transcript from the trial.


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    Two men accused of the 1994 killing of a Stanford student will be arraigned Feb. 13. Larry Paul, 21, and Eddy Pereles, 23, reportedly confessed to police that they robbed and then shot David Liu, 23, a Stanford graduate student, in the carport of a Palo Alto apartment building when Liu resisted the robbery in November 1994. Santa Clara County Deputy District Attorney Lane Liroff said that a preliminary examination in court last week showed that there was enough evidence to move ahead with an arraignment.

    Lui was visiting a friend at the apartment complex off Greer Road when Paul and Pereles allegedly robbed and then shot him because he fought back using martial arts techniques.

    The two men are charged with murder, conspiracy to commit robbery, and robbery.
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    Found this, and just thought I'd set the record straight. David Liu was ordered at gunpoint to lie face-down on the ground after peaceably handing over his wallet. Larry Paul then shot him in the back as he pleaded for his life. Although David knew martial arts, he did not use them in the face of two large men armed with guns. I'm not sure where your misinformation came from; my sources are Larry's and Eddie's confessions and the 911 transcript from the trial.
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    I'm not sure where your misinformation came from; my sources are Larry's and Eddie's confessions and the 911 transcript from the trial.
    Oh and his post is labeled "police log."

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    Alright. I see where you got that info, but it still isn't accurate. The confessions emerged after that was published with more details. This forum won't let me post a link, but you can get the updated police log at the same domain (paloaltoonline) with this appended: weekly/morgue/news/1997_May_7.TRIAL.html.

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