Anthony Evans

On April 24, 2014, in , by Jody Ewing

Courtesy Sioux City Journal Anthony “Tony” Lee Evans Anthony Lee Evans Hit-and-Run Homicide Anthony “Tony” Lee Evans 5 YOA 1016 21st Street Sioux City, IA Woodbury County June 20, 2000   ive-year-old Anthony Evans was struck by a hit-and-run driver in the 1000 block of 21st street in Sioux City, Iowa, on June 20, 2000. […]

Tracking Sioux City Cold Cases

On March 6, 2011, in , by Jody Ewing

Tracking Cold Cases SIOUX CITY COLD CASES Murder, she wrote: Tracking Sioux City’s unsolved murders By Jody Ewing May 20, 2004 n July 10, 1955, at approximately 9:30 p.m., Mary Davis put her 22-month-old daughter, Donna Sue, to bed in her crib after giving her a bath. Humid temps had reached the mid 90s that day, […]

DNA Plays Key Role in Solving Cold Cases

On March 6, 2011, in , by Jody Ewing

DNA Advances SIOUX CITY COLD CASES New advances in DNA technology play key role in solving crimes     By Jody Ewing May 20, 2004   “Most people, probably 85 percent of the population, are what we call ‘secreters,’” says Sioux City Police Chief Joe Frisbie – who joined the department in 1967 and took […]

Three Victims: Their Lives, Their Deaths

On February 14, 2011, in , by Jody Ewing

Three Victims: Their Lives, Their Deaths By Jody Ewing May 20, 2004 Courtesy photo Mike Tuttle Billy Isom (left) was hell bent on playing bass guitar for the Saints and Sinners band, said friend Mike Tuttle (right), despite the fact he didn’t know how to play. Ernest William Isom Jr., called “Ernie” by some and “Billy” […]

Jesse Hanni, Freta Bostic and Billy Isom

On February 12, 2011, in , by Jody Ewing

TRIPLE HOMICIDE SIOUX CITY COLD CASES Horror of triple murder lingers 30 years later May 20, 2004 | The Weekender By Jody Ewing snowy haze covered the city the morning of Dec. 3, 1974, as Harriet Isom and her next door neighbor drove across town to her son’s home at 1117 Morningside Ave. Something wasn’t […]