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« on: April 11, 2010, 11:44:05 PM »

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/metropolitan/6954336.html
Bodies of 2 teen girls found in home after fire
April 11, 2010

Two teenage girls died early Sunday in a Baytown house fire that authorities believe was set intentionally.

Neighbors called for help about 7 a.m. after spotting smoke coming from a home in the 700 block of Lloyd.

Baytown firefighters, who quickly extinguished the flames, found the girls’ bodies in a bedroom.

“We are at the beginning stages of this investigation,” said Baytown police Lt. Eric Freed.

Police and arson investigators spent much of Sunday sifting for clues in the deaths.

“They discovered evidence that the fire had been set intentionally,” Freed said. “We are treating this as a homicide.”

Citing the ongoing investigation, Freed would not specify why the evidence leads them to believe foul play was involved. Baytown police have not identified a motive or suspect in the fatal arson attack.

Medical examiners with the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences will conduct autopsies on the teenagers to confirm their identities and cause of death, officials said.

Freed said there were no other relatives at the home when Baytown police and firefighters arrived.

“We are interviewing family members and friends to try and determine what led up to this and who is responsible,” Freed said.

The fire damage was confined mainly to a bedroom hallway and bathroom. The exterior of the one-story, wood-framed home appeared intact. Neighbor John Hickman said he didn’t know the family well. They’re among dozens to have moved in during his more than 40 years in the area.

“They’ve been pretty quiet, relatively,” he said. Hickman heard the rumbling of diesel engines and saw Baytown fire trucks fighting flames and thick smoke Sunday morning. He was shocked to learn that two teenagers perished in the blaze.

“We had no idea there was anybody in there. That’s horrible,” he said.
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« Reply #1 on: April 12, 2010, 10:59:55 AM »

http://www.khou.com/news/Police-Teens-found-dead-charred-Baytown-home-were-homicide-victims-90607729.html
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Police: Teens found dead in charred Baytown home were homicide victims
April 12, 2010


BAYTOWN, Texas – Two teenage girls were found dead in a charred Baytown home early Sunday morning, and police believe the fire was intentionally set.

Investigators were treating the girls’ deaths as homicides, but said they didn't know if the victims died in the fire or if the fire was set to cover up the slayings.

The victims’ names were not released. Autopsy results were pending Monday.

Firefighters were called to the scene in the 700 block of Lloyd after a passerby spotted smoke coming from the home.

They found the bodies in a bedroom.

Initially, neighbors said they thought it was just a house fire.

"That’s what I thought, it was just a fire. Then I realized that there were probably bodies in there. It was really scary," neighbor Doris Singletary said.

Police said a woman lived in the home with her daughter and son, but the mother and son weren’t home at the time of the fire.

Investigators believe the victims were cousins.

Classmates and friends said they were shocked by the girls’ deaths.

"It’s horrible. I mean, nobody should have to go out that way. Nobody," friend Chad Promis said.

Police said there were no suspects in the slayings. Friends and classmates said they hope someone will come forward with information on the person or persons responsible.

"Knowing that they have them would be – it’s not having her back, but it would be better than nothing," Promis said.
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« Reply #2 on: April 12, 2010, 11:05:37 AM »

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Two Baytown high schools mourning lost classmates
April 12, 2010
Students at two Baytown high schools are grieving the weekend deaths of a pair of classmates believed to have perished in an intentionally set house fire.

Two teenage girls -- students at Baytown Lee and Sterling high schools -- died early Sunday in a house fire. Extra counselors are on hand this morning at both campuses, said Kathy Clausen, spokeswoman for the Goose Creek school district.

Neighbors called for help about 7 a.m. Sunday after spotting smoke coming from a home in the 700 block of Lloyd.

Baytown firefighters, who quickly extinguished the flames, found the girls’ bodies in a bedroom.

“We are at the beginning stages of this investigation,” said Baytown police Lt. Eric Freed.

Police and arson investigators spent much of Sunday sifting for clues in the deaths.

“They discovered evidence that the fire had been set intentionally,” Freed said. “We are treating this as a homicide.”

Citing the ongoing investigation, Freed would not specify why the evidence leads them to believe foul play was involved. Baytown police have not identified a motive or suspect in the fatal arson attack.

Medical examiners with the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences will conduct autopsies on the teenagers to confirm their identities and cause of death, officials said.

Freed said there were no other relatives at the home when Baytown police and firefighters arrived.

“We are interviewing family members and friends to try and determine what led up to this and who is responsible,” Freed said.

The fire damage was confined mainly to a bedroom hallway and bathroom. The exterior of the one-story, wood-framed home appeared intact. Neighbor John Hickman said he didn’t know the family well. They’re among dozens to have moved in during his more than 40 years in the area.

“They’ve been pretty quiet, relatively,” he said. Hickman heard the rumbling of diesel engines and saw Baytown fire trucks fighting flames and thick smoke Sunday morning. He was shocked to learn that two teenagers perished in the blaze.

“We had no idea there was anybody in there. That’s horrible,” he said.



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« Reply #3 on: April 12, 2010, 11:44:06 AM »

http://www.myfoxhouston.com/dpp/news/local/100412-more-evidence-in-death-of-2-baytown-teen-girlsMore Evidence in Death of 2 Baytown
More Evidence in Death of 2 Baytown Teen Girls
Police: fire was no accident

Monday, April 12, 2010

BAYTOWN, Texas - Heavy smoke woke Johnny Singletary around 6:30 a.m. Sunday morning in Baytown. His next door neighbor’s house was on fire.

“You could see smoke coming out of the house, they (firefighters) had to kick in the door,” he said.

It didn’t take long for Baytown firefighters to contain the blaze in the 700 block of Lloyd Lane. But it’s what they discovered next that is so disturbing. The bodies of two dead teenage girls were found in the front bedroom.

“There is evidence that this fire was intentionally set,” said Baytown Police Lieutenant Eric Freed.

Now, police are investigating the fire as a double murder.

“I can tell you it wasn’t an accident. There was apparently some type of accelerant spread in the house,” said Lt. Freed.

As of late Sunday night, the identities of the victims were not officially released, but news of the tragedy spread fast throughout the community. Dozens of the victim’s friends gathered at the scene.

“That’s crazy, I don’t see how that somebody would want to do that, especially to her,” said Amanda Baggett.

While investigators try to piece together evidence, they may have caught a break. Police found something in front of a house in the 600 block of Lloyd Lane, not very far from the fire. Baytown police wouldn’t say what it was. But a neighbor, who didn’t want to be identified, tells FOX 26 he found a bloody baseball bat and gasoline can there. Police have not confirmed that information.

“It’s like shocking, I guess I won’t realize it until tomorrow when I don’t see her at school, that it’s going to sink in,” said Baggett.

It’s a horrible crime with many unanswered questions hitting a little too close to home for some. “It’s just so close to home, you feel safe and secure in your home but you just never know,” said Singletary.

Police spent more than ten hours on the scene but have not officially named any suspects. The Harris County Medical Examiner’s office will perform autopsies on the victims to determine their identities. Police say a woman, her teenage son, and teenage daughter live at the residence that caught fire. Cops also think the two girls may have been related.

If you have any information about this case, you are asked to call Baytown Crimestoppers at 281-427-TIPS.

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« Reply #4 on: April 14, 2010, 03:54:22 PM »

http://www.khou.com/news/ME-Baytown-teen-found-dead-after-fire-died-of-blunt-force-trauma-smoke-inhalation-90854344.html
ME: Baytown teen found in burned home died of blunt force trauma, smoke inhalation
Wednesday, April 14, 2010

BAYTOWN, Texas—A 17-year-old Baytown girl whose body was found in a charred home Sunday morning died from blunt force trauma, smoke inhalation and burns, the Harris County Medical Examiner said Wednesday.

Chelsea Lang and her cousin, 17-year-old Ashley Johnson, were both found dead in the home in the 700 block of Lloyd after a neighbor reported seeing smoke around 7 a.m.

The medical examiner has yet to release the cause of death for Johnson.

Investigators have said they believe the girls were homicide victims, and that the fire may have been set to cover up a crime.

Lang lived in the home with her mother and brother, neither of whom were home at the time of the fire.

Police said there was no sign of forced entry.

Lang was a student Robert E. Lee High School. Johnson attended Ross Sterling High School.

Investigators have not made any arrests in the case.
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« Reply #5 on: April 14, 2010, 03:57:14 PM »

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/metropolitan/6958636.html
Teen killed in fire died from blow to head, smoke
April 14, 2010

A Baytown teen whose body was discovered inside a house that had been deliberately set ablaze died from blunt force trauma to the head and smoke inhalation, an autopsy report released today found.

Investigators say 17-year-old Chelsey Lang had been bludgeoned, possibly to a state of unconsciousness, before the family's neatly kept home on Lloyd Lane in Baytown had been set on fire over the weekend. Her death was ruled a homicide.

A bloody baseball bat and gasoline can had been found tossed in some bushes at a home on the same block as Lang's house.

The Harris County medical examiner's office released the report on Lang today but were withholding the results on the death of her 16-year-old cousin Ashley Johnson. The examiner's office is waiting for x-ray tests or possibly some DNA work in order to confirm the charred remains belong to Johnson before releasing the results, authorities said.

The bodies of both teens, described as “best buddies,” were found early Sunday morning in a back bedroom at Lang's house. The duo had been having a sleep-over there alone while Lang's mother and 15-year-old brother were staying at the homes of relatives and friends.
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« Reply #6 on: April 15, 2010, 11:51:00 AM »

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Man charged with capital murder in Baytown deaths
April 15, 2010
Joseph Francois Jean has been connected romantically with the mother of 17-year-old Chelsey Lang, one of the girls whose bodies were found Sunday morning in a Baytown house.

A Baytown man has been charged with capital murder in the deaths of two teenage cousins whose bodies were found in a house that had been set on fire.

Joseph Francois Jean, 37, had been connected romantically with the mother of 17-year-old Chelsey Lang, one of the girls whose bodies were found Sunday morning, said Lt. Eric Freed. Ashley Johnson, 16, also was killed.

Jean confessed to the killings late Wednesday evening, Baytown police said early this morning. He is in the Harris County Jail without bail.

“He and Victoria Wiley had been separated, but he was still in communication with Chelsey and her cousin,” Freed said on Wednesday.

Jean felt a lot pent-up hostility and anger at the mother, which he apparently took out on the two teens, bludgeoning them in the head, then setting the house on fire to conceal his crime, authorities said.

"He had vengeance on his mind," Freed said.

Jean was on parole for having assaulted Wiley in the past, Freed said. Hours before the girls’ bodies were found, he got into a confrontation with Wiley at a Houston night club.

He had returned to Baytown just about the same time of the deaths, Freed said.

When police questioned Jean on Monday, he denied any wrongdoing.

Jean was not to have any contact with Wiley under the terms of his parole. When his parole officer learned of the incident at the bar, his parole was revoked on Tuesday and Jean was sent to jail, Freed said.

During later questioning, Jean told police his intent was not to harm the girls when he went to the house, Freed said.

Autopsy reports released on Wednesday said Lang was bludgeoned, probably with a baseball bat, and still breathing when her Baytown house was deliberately set ablaze.

The cousins both died from “blunt trauma to the head,” according to autopsy reports. Smoke inhalation and burns also contributed to Lang's death, the autopsies showed. Both deaths were ruled homicides.

“Whether Lang was awake or unconscious during the fire is something that we may never know,” Freed said.

A bloody baseball bat and gasoline can were found in shrubbery on the same block where Lang lived.

The bodies of both teens, described as “best buddies,” were found in a back bedroom of the Lang family's house on Lloyd Lane. The two were having a weekend sleepover while Lang's mother and 15-year-old brother were staying with at the homes of relatives and friends.

Investigators found no sign of forced entry and nothing appeared to be missing.

The two girls, juniors at different Baytown high schools, were well-liked and not known to get into trouble.

Lang's mother, Victoria Wiley, said she could not remember ever having to even spank her daughter, and said the same was true for Ashley, her brother's daughter.

“They were good girls involved in different school activities and sports. They didn't have any enemies,” said their grandmother, Judith Lewis. The families plan for a double funeral.

“They would want to be together,” Lewis said.
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« Reply #7 on: April 15, 2010, 12:06:08 PM »

http://www.khou.com/news/Man-charged-with-capital-murder-in-brutal-slayings-of-Baytown-teens-90936149.html
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Man charged with capital murder in brutal slayings of Baytown teens
April 15, 2010


Police say Joseph Francois Jean confessed to killing 17-year-old Chelsea Lang and her cousin, 16-year-old Ashley Johnson, in Lang’s Baytown home before lighting it on fire. Police say Jean is the ex-boyfriend of Lang's mother.

HOUSTON—A man is facing capital murder charges in the brutal slayings of two Baytown teenagers.

Police said Joseph Francois Jean confessed to killing 17-year-old Chelsea Lang and her cousin, 16-year-old Ashley Johnson, in Lang’s Baytown home before lighting the structure on fire.

Firefighters found the girls’ bodies in the charred home, located in the 700 block of Lloyd, around 7 a.m. Sunday after a neighbor called reporting the blaze.

Lang lived in the home with her 15-year-old brother and her mother, Victoria Wiley. Neither Wiley nor her son was home at the time of the slayings.

Police said Jean is Wiley’s ex-boyfriend.

Details of the slayings were revealed in Jean’s initial court appearance early Thursday morning.

According to court records, investigators were called to the scene after the bodies were found Sunday morning and determined the fire to be suspicious.

Police said both bodies were found to have suffered severe head trauma, and a gas can nozzle was discovered on the kitchen counter of the home.

In the hours after the fire, police said a bloody aluminum bat and a gas can were located down the street from the crime scene.

During interviews with family, Wiley’s son told police he’d seen an aluminum bat in the back of Jean’s car in the past.

Police said they showed the teen the bat found in the bushes, and he confirmed that it was the same one he’d seen in Jean’s car.

Investigators said they also learned that Wiley and Jean had recently had a confrontation in which Jean was escorted out of a nightclub and told not to return.

Police said they interviewed Jean late Sunday night, but he denied any wrongdoing.

On Tuesday, officers took Jean into custody on a parole violation.  Police said Jean was on parole for assaulting Wiley and was not supposed to have any contact with her.

As their investigation continued, police said they were approached by a friend of Jean’s who said the suspect had confessed to the crime and had become emotional when talking about the victims.

When police interviewed Jean a second time on Wednesday, they said he confessed.

Jean told police he walked up to the house with a can full of gas Sunday morning and entered through an unsecured window in the master bedroom.

Police said Jean admitted to pouring gas in the closet, and then making a gas trail through the bedroom and down the hall into the living room.

As he was pouring the gas, Jean told police he was interrupted by one of the victims as she came out of a bathroom.

Jean admitted to being scared, and told investigators when the girl said his name, he punched her in the face, knocking her to the ground.

After that, Jean said he blacked out, but he believed he grabbed the bat from the garage, where he’d placed it in the past.

He could not remember if he struck the second victim, but he said he thought she saw him and tried to get away, police said.

According to the Harris County Medical Examiner, Lang’s cause of death was blunt force trauma to the head and smoke inhalation. Johnson’s cause of death was blunt force trauma to the head.

Jean was being held Thursday on no bond. He is slated to appear in court again Friday morning.

 

 
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« Reply #8 on: April 17, 2010, 10:56:00 PM »

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/metropolitan/6962175.html
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No bail for man accused in Baytown girls' deaths
April 16, 2010

A Baytown man charged with capital murder in the deaths of two teenage girls whose bludgeoned bodies were found in a burning home last weekend will remain in jail without bail, a judge ruled Friday.

Joseph Francois Jean, 37, is charged with capital murder in the girls' deaths.

At Jean's arraignment Friday, state District Judge Belinda Hill appointed lawyer Terry Gaiser to Jean's case and listened to prosecutor Sunni Mitchell detail the events investigators say unfolded late Saturday.

Investigators say Jean used a baseball bat to bludgeon ex-girlfriend Victoria Wiley's, Chelsey Lang, 17, and her cousin, Ashley Johnson, 16, and then set fire to Wiley's house to conceal the crime. Firefighters found their bodies early Sunday after putting out the blaze.

Police say Jean sneaked into Wiley's home through an unsecured bedroom window and doused a hallway and bedroom closet with gasoline, Mitchell said.

Jean confessed to the slayings and expressed remorse, Baytown Police Lt. Eric Freed said.

Jean was convicted in 2008 of burglarizing Wiley's home in 2006 and hitting her for reporting the crime.

In court, Mitchell detailed several of Jean's convictions, including drug possession and assault.
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« Reply #9 on: April 17, 2010, 11:03:07 PM »

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/metropolitan/6961356.html
Arson suspect stalked victim's mom, police say
Mother of one of the Baytown teens had complained of harassment from man charged with killing them
  April 16, 2010

oseph Francois Jean had warned his former girlfriend that their relationship would never truly be over “until he was finished with her and she had nothing.”

That prediction was relayed in an investigator's report to the Harris County Sheriff's Office by the ex-girlfriend, Victoria Wiley — long before Jean was charged with capital murder this week for an act investigators said they believe would leave any mother's heart feeling empty and desolate. It transcends all the years of stalking and harassment that the courts had thus far documented since she broke off her 2½-year relationship with Jean in 2006.

Baytown investigators said they believe Jean used a baseball bat to fatally bludgeon Wiley's 17-year-old daughter, Chelsey Lang, and her 16-year-old cousin, Ashley Johnson, and then set fire to Wiley's house to conceal the crime. Their bodies were found early Sunday morning.

The teens, inseparable “best buddies,” were having a sleepover while Wiley and her 15-year-old son, Naquiel, stayed with friends and family.

Wiley and other relatives were too distressed to talk about all that led up to the arrest, saying they are focusing on the funerals.

In a brief appearance in magistrate's court Thursday, Jean said he had not decided whether he wanted a court-appointed attorney. He could not be reached for comment.

Court records show Wiley repeatedly asked the legal system to help her break away from Jean.
A history of problems

The first recorded incident was in August 2006, just after the relationship ended.

Chelsey Lang, then 13, telephoned her mother to report that she had come home and found Jean removing items from the house.

Wiley believed he may have used a key that she kept hidden under a mat. After midnight, that same evening, she reported receiving a phone call from Jean.

“Are you sure you want to dump me?” he asked, according to the report. “You're in for a very big surprise when you look in your closet.”

When she looked, most of her clothes, valuable jewelry and purses were gone, the report said. Jean told her that he'd burned them.

She reported the incident and Jean was charged with burglary of a habitation.

Then less than two weeks later, records show, Wiley contacted law enforcement again to report Jean had knocked on her door and demanded to know if she had dared to “tell law enforcement on him.”

She acknowledged reporting the burglary, which angered Jean enough to punch her in the face and force his way into the house, the report said.

“He then hit her an unknown amount of times on the head and back. She attempted to scream … but he put his hand over her mouth and nose … causing the blood to run into her mouth,” the sheriff investigator's report stated. Before leaving, he threw a porcelain figurine at her, but missed.

Investigators came out again and noted Wiley's nose and face were swollen and blood was splattered on the carpet. Jean was then charged with “retaliation.”

From that point, he was jailed without bail because of the prior burglary charge. In April 2008, he pleaded guilty to attempted burglary and retaliation in exchange for a three-year prison sentence.

About a month later, Jean was released early on mandatory supervision. Wiley told authorities that he almost immediately began harassing her with non-stop text messages and phone calls.

According to the sheriff's report, Jean complained that he could not find a job now because of the attempted burglary and retaliation convictions.

Wiley also reported being “afraid,” saying Jean told her he would stand outside her town home and “watch her.”

This was the same report that said he would never be finished with her until she was left with “nothing.”

Jean, as a result, pleaded guilty to “harassing communications” in October 2008 and was sentenced to 10 days in jail. His parole was also revoked on the other charges until he was again let out early on a “discretionary mandatory release” the next June — a little more than nine months before the double homicide.

Andy Kahan, the Houston mayor's crime victim advocate, said he believes the parole board should never have granted Jean early release.

“This crime was totally senseless, but utterly preventable,” Kahan said, likening Jean to a “ticking time bomb ready to explode.”
25 cases

Jean has 25 criminal cases, including drug possession and assault, listed on his court records dating back to 1990.

Baytown Police Lt. Eric Freed said Jean's last release mandated that he stay away from Wiley. But at a local bar on the morning of the killings, Freed said, “There was a confrontation during which he grabbed her arm.” Jean was ejected from the bar and a friend gave him a ride back to Baytown.

According to a probable cause affidavit, Jean told authorities he crept into Wiley's home through an unsecured bedroom window.

As he doused the hallway with gasoline, he said, one of the teens came out of a bathroom and startled him.

The report said he knocked her down and then got a baseball bat. He also said he thought the second teen had tried to escape.

After that, authorities said, Jean claimed he couldn't recall what happened, that everything was “blacked out.”

Freed said Jean confessed to the slayings. He also expressed remorse during his confession, Freed said, insisting that he had not gone to Wiley's home to kill the teens but “had vengeance in his heart.”
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« Reply #10 on: August 23, 2011, 02:07:19 PM »

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Man sentenced to death in Baytown double murder case
Friday, June 17, 2011

HOUSTON (KTRK) -- A man found guilty of killing two Baytown teenagers has been given the death sentence by a Harris County jury.

Joseph Jean was charged with capital murder in the deaths of his ex-girlfriend's daughter, Chelsey Lang, 17, and her cousin, Ashley Johnson, 16. Baytown police say in April of last year, the teens caught Jean pouring gasoline inside the home of Lang's mother. Then Jean beat the girls to death with a baseball bat and set the home on fire.  ::snipping2:: ::snipping2::
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« Reply #11 on: August 23, 2011, 02:18:44 PM »

Thanks for the update on this case, Nut.  He's been given the death penalty, but it's too bad he can only die once. JMHO



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