Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Remaro Cordell Smith--Reportedly Last To See Annshalike Hamilton Alive--Has Three Active Warrants...











Contributed image, blog post by John Hoff

Following my recent posts about the murder of Annshalike Hamilton, click here and also here, I was able to confirm "not for attribution" with a high-ranking official source: Remaro Cordell Smith has three active warrants.

Smith was--according to Annshalike Hamilton's mother--the last person to see Annshalike alive and Smith exhibited highly suspicious behavior when Annshalike disappeared. According to my source, however...

There is no criminal complaint concerning the allegedly stolen "trust fund" money belonging to Annshalike Hamilton's brother, known as "Boogie." The source says it was "probably not charged as a crime if it happened within the family." The source also states "there are no civil filings concerning him." (Remaro Cordell Smith)

However, the source states Smith has "three active warrants, including a felony warrant for a gun case. He is prohibited from possessing a gun due to convictions for domestic assault."

If you know the whereabouts of Remaro Cordell Smith--a wanted man, and reportedly the last person to see Annshalike Hamilton alive--call 911. Smith reportedly hangs out in St. Paul.

7 comments:

Johnny Northside said...

I have removed two of my own comments, and a comment from That's It, You Gone And Done It because--upon further pondering of the matter-- some of the speculative commentary comes too close to something the police might actually need to do.

Granada said...

Someone needs to call 311 about this.

Cleveland Guy said...

Remaro's "excuse" for acting strangely was that he was doing coke? That was the story he used to cover up something else? I must be confused... people think that's a good excuse? Wouldn't most people be using a DIFFERENT excuse to cover up the fact they were doing coke? The daughter's boyfriend, who was living in the house, was enough of a known coke user that he felt comfortable using that lie (though it may have also been true) as a reason for strange behavior ... and still expected to live there?

Johnny Northside said...

Sorry it took me a while to publish your comment, I was doing a line of coke.

(Bitter, cynical joke font)

Anonymous said...

It used to be you could call the Sheriff, give a name and find out if there is a warrant. (Used to do that before I made a court appearance with few clients in civil matters. I think I heard that they are not so forthcoming these days. Maybe its just that they ask for a DOB before giving out the info.

Anonymous said...

Don't people go into homicidal rages on coke?
T Jaramillo

Anonymous said...

Have some coke and a smile