Victims of Jeremy Bryan Jones

on January 1, 2010 in Serial Killers, Victimology by

Jeremy Bryan Jones was charged with the murder of one person, facing trial for the murders of two more victims and is thought to be involved in murdering at least ten more people. We currently have information on his known victim and nine suspected victims.

Jennifer Judd

Jennifer, age 20, was stabbed to death on May 11, 1992 in Kansas. Jones has not been formally charged with this murder.

Doris Harris

Doris, age 41, was shot to death with her partner, Daniel Oakley, in 1996. Jones has not been formally charged with this murder.

Daniel Oakley

Daniel, age 38, was shot to death with his partner, Doris Harris, in 1996. Jones has not been formally charged with this murder.

Justin Hutchings

Justin, age 19, was murdered in 1999. Jones has not been formally charged with this murder.

Ashley Freeman

Ashley, age 16, went missing on December 30, 1999. Jones has confessed, but has not been charged with this murder.

Laura Bible

Laura, age 16, went missing on December 30, 1999. Jones has confessed, but has not been charged with this murder.

Tina Mayberry

Tina, age 38, was murdered on October 31, 2002. She had been stabbed to death in Georgia. Jones has yet to be charged with this murder.

Patrice Endres

Patrice went missing on April 15, 2004 from Atlanta. Jones has not been formally charged with her disappearance.

Unknown Woman

An unknown woman’s remains were discovered on June 28, 2004 in Missouri. Jones was not formally charged with this murder.

Lisa Nichols

Lisa, age 45, was found murdered on September 18, 2004 in Alabama.
Katherine Collins
Katherine, age 47, was murdered on February 14, 2004. She was found strangled and stabbed to death in New Orleans.
Amanda Greenwell

Amanda, age 16, was murdered in April of 2004. She had been found with a broken neck and many stab wounds in Georgia.

 

7 Comments

  • Jessica says:

    this man is very sick. grew up with him in miami and i find none of this surprising.

  • Buddy says:

    I own the home he grew up in with his Grandma Edna. Did not find out he lived there until a long time after I had read about him.

  • Troy says:

    This fool perhaps didn’t kill any and is fake wannabee fake news serial killer.

    • Scott Baker says:

      He’s only been convicted of one murder. He has confessed to 13 others! If you are already on death row, and you have the opportunity to get special privileges, would you not be tempted to do the same thing?

    • Jo says:

      I met this man for the first time the day after the murder of Tina Mayberry. He came to scene of the crime and hung out and watched the investigation. He was later hired to work as the bouncer of that very same bar. I spent a good bit of time with him and knew him to be an anti-sematic but never felt as though I was in any danger in his presence.

  • Donna says:

    Was wondering why Troy wld assume Jones was innocent unless he has read something to that effect.

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