A 78-year-old Florida Florida suspected of killing her women, who disappeared when they were living in Wisconsin, was arrested almost 40 years ago.
John Bayerl murdered on February 15, after May 6, 1979, was ordered by the authorities confirming the death of his wife, 38, of age, Dona Bayerl on Thursday. Detectors traveled from the Muskego Police Department in Wisconsin to Fort Myers, Fla., And they kept Bayerl in custody.
It took a look at an early court in Florida on Wednesday before traveling to Wisconsin the next day. It was run without waiving a bond and extradition.
On Thursday, Bayerl appeared in court in Waukesha County, Wisconsin, where the commissioner set a $ 500,000 cash band.
The detectors who worked in the cold situation learned that Bayerl was living along the Summerlin Road in Fort Myers, Florida, which said authorities. On February 19, murder detectors hit Sheriff County Lee's Office in Florida with investigators from the Muskego Police Department in Wisconsin – finally Bayerl captured.
"This is the manuscript rather than recovering any body," said the court commissioner in Waukesha County. "The state has detailed that there was no evidence that the alleged victim here was known through financial records."
"She did not turn anywhere," said the commissioner. "There is also evidence that she was allegedly focused on her children and who did not touch the children."
According to the police, Bayerl was living with his wife and children, aged 7 and 4, in a house on Fennimore Lane in Muskego. Bayerl of May 9, 1979, said that his wife left his home after arguing and did not see it since.
She never returned home.
The police said that a blood investigation in the Muskego home garage, which has been said to be Dona Bayerl, who had no explanation of John Bayerl, said prosecutors.
Rose Crnkovich, who lives a couple of homes away, remembers Dona's day missing.
"The police came around and just asked if we knew anything, we heard nothing and we did not think anything was happening," said Crnkovich.
Throughout the years, daughter Crnkovich came close to her.
"The girls are in my thoughts and prayers, and I hope they can cure all of these," said Crnkovich.
A case case was developed against a suspicious, but no charges were issued due to lack of evidence, by police.
During the exhaustive investigation of the Muskego police, multiple multiple followings were interviewed and unexpected people were interviewed. Bayerl's wife and friends were in charge of never leaving her daughters, and they were afraid that something happened to her. While all the tips and tips were followed, John Bayerl left a person who was interested in it.
On May 20, 1980, Mrs. Bayerl was given a divorce to John Bayerl. Then, on August 5, 1986, Dona Bayerl was legally declared dead.
Although the case was cold, the investigation was closed by the Muskego Police Department, and the officers continued the cold case. Bayerl has been successful, and the case has been re-classified from a person missing to kill someone.
Criminal complaint with John Bayerl told researchers that her marriage to Dona was "bad head." He admitted to fight his wife "repeatedly" and said that his wife had "beaten a woman" before. He also admitted to have a girl.
The complaint said police had interviewed the first wife by John Bayerl, who indicated that he hit or pushed 15 to 20 times with two years of marriage. She said that when she told her to file a divorce paper, he set her up and said he had been harassed after her divorced.
Dona Bayerl's sister said the day after her cancellation, John Bayerl made the laundry, Dona Bayerl's sister thought he had never been doing the laundry, even after the breakdown of Bayerl's Child after giving birth to his second child. The sister reported that she was able to find it and do it. Rug and quilt were taken to rescue the Crimea Lab to analyze it.
The sister also said that any of her children said to her: "I do not want to be a bigger nurse, because of the fight of people, their face includes empty." The statement was made in the days after Dona Bayerl disappeared, according to the complaint.
The complaint noted that John Bayerl's third wife's contact authorities were in July 1981, "asking for information about the case because John had changed in a variety of ways from the wedding day, and that she had been physically violent do." She said she was "not comfortable with John and there was fear of another in the future."
One of the children in 2009 had a conversation with John Bayerl about Dona Bayerl, who said the complaint. According to prosecutors, John Bayerl said "What happened to me, it is, I'm sure his heart is not hitting. Since if she got her way back, no matter what. You understand me ? I do not think she's alive. "
Investigators with John Bayerl again spoke in July 2018 to update it on the investigation. During the interview, the complaint said that Bayerl had introduced that he had allowed Dona to a girl and "he was not a good husband." He said "he could not blame him at anything he did and was a perfect wife and mother."
He also said "he admitted that he did not do it properly and that she had to do things she should not be." When she asked about the physical allegations regarding her women, he said "(if) they were coming to him, he would fight back."
When he asked for any reason why he was interested to follow, he said "he was 30 years old, and he wrote it in mind for a long time ago." He said "he knows in his mind that he is not guilty of anything other than being a bad husband," but he said "in his eyes, he thought Dona was not alive."
The complaint stated that there were some air and land searches for Dona Bayerl, whose Social Security account had no debt or financial activity from May 6, 1979. A DNA profile was created, and no human mass failed .
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