Thursday, January 29, 2009


This afternoon an Onondaga County jury found Roosevelt Collins guilty of Murder 1st Degree in the beating death of 61 year old Ann Davis.

SYRACUSE, NY - A jury this afternoon found Roosevelt Collins guilty in the murder of Ann Davis.

Collins, 42, was convicted of first- and second-degree murder, first-degree robbery and assorted larceny charges.

Davis, 61, was found beaten, stabbed and asphyxiated in her home Sept. 29, 2007 at 313 Hutchinson Ave.

Collins is a scum sucking low life who was occasionally hired by Ann Davis to do odd jobs around her house. Until he murdered her.

The ADA who prosecuted the case is Bob Duncanson, a real sweetheart of a guy. He is an unassuming family man; very modest and a vet to boot. The DA Investigators assisting him on the case were Henry "Down Town" Brown and Joanne Renauld, both retired Syracuse detectives. I think I even had a very small (teeny, tiny) piece of this one. Gotta check tomorrow to see what homicide that work was on.

Ann, I hope you are resting easy.
One of the posters to the newspaper's web site has this to say about Collins.
I grew up with the Davis family. I was sickened when I heard of Mrs. Davis' death. They were a great family. She actually helped this piece of crap and he murdered her. City folk, please think twice before you hire these nasty, scummy, worthless wastes of space to do "odd jobs" around your house. They do that so they can case your house and check out your schedules. They now know they have a place to go when they need a fix or feel the need to beat someone to death. A neighbor of mine let's the nasty people come and take their bottles etc, and it makes me cringe. May that man rot in jail, get raped til there's no tomorrow, get beat like there's no tomorrow, and then a nice way to finish him off would be to hoist him up in his cell with a rope or sheet and pull the chair out from under his sorry a**.
Works for me.

Murder Uno. You're going away for 25 to life Rosey. Enjoy.

UPDATE: I forgotted - since since the NYS Supremes gutted the death penalty, they added a little wood to Murder 1 sentences - life without the possibility of parole.

Rosey is now a prison beeyotch for life.

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