Blink On Crime 2013 TRUE CRIME Year In Review On THE DANA PRETZER SHOW

Live Tonight at 9 PM EST- Join Editor In Chief S. Christina Stoy as Dana Pretzer’s guest on THE DANA PRETZER SHOW where she will be discussing the true crime cases her team has covered in 2013.

Featured Highlights:

The Quadruple Homicide of The McStay Family,  discovered November 11, 2013

The Case of still Missing Portland Child Kyron Horman

The Murder of Megan Sharpton

Also appearing this evening,  Investigative Journalist and Daily Beast Columnist Diane Dimond.

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Blink’s Year In Review: The True Crime Cases That Headlined 2012 Tonight On The Dana Pretzer Show (Podcast Added)

S. Christina Stoy “Blink”,  Editor In Chief discusses the Sandy Hook Elementary Massacre and this year’s top true crime cases as special guest of Dana Pretzer, host of  THE DANA PRETZER SHOW on scaredmonkeys radio tonight at 9 PM.

Dana’s  featured guests will also include Retired FBI Criminal Analyst Clint van Zandt , Richard Muti and Charles Buckley – former New Jersey Prosecutors and National Authors of “The Charmer” and Editor In Chief “Red” of

Unfortunately, 2012 was a year filled with blinkoncrime’s coverage of  Jerry SanduskyIsabel CelisJoshua PowellKyron HormanEtan Patz, Christine SheddyMegan Sharpton , Jessica Ridgeway , Kelli Bordeaux and many other topics to be discussed.

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Megan Sharpton Murder: Prime Suspect Donnie Jones Indicted For Her Murder, Rape

Posted by BOC Staff | Donnie Frank Jones,Flossy Davis,Kelly Sharpton,Megan Sharpton,Murdered,Naomi Jones,Timmy Gifford | Monday 5 November 2012 10:51 pm

Tullahoma, TN-   Donnie Frank Jones, Jr,  the primary suspect in the rape and murder of Megan Sharpton the evening of July 1, 2012, has been indicted for her rape and murder today in Franklin County, TN.

Additional arrests are expected in this case.


Reached at home this evening, Kelly Hale Sharpton, Meg’s Mother,  declined comment until tomorrow morning.


Please check back to for developments.


If  I may be so bold,  I would like to share this.   It reminds me of a song Meg might recommend we all enjoy.




Suspect In Rape And Murder Of Megan Sharpton Is Arrested- Donnie Frank Jones In Custody For Felony Gun Possession

Donnie Frank Jones, Jr, 37, of Tullahoma, TN was arrested this afternoon after a search warrant at his home revealed the convicted felon was in possession of a firearm.   The elementary school which is also on Bel Air Drive, was in lockdown this afternoon during the search.

Jones is the prime suspect in the brutal murder of Megan Sharpton, and is linked to her death via a CODIS match as previously reported on BOC.

Details are still emerging, check back to for updates.


Megan Sharpton Murder Suspect Declares Himself Just That: Family And Alleged Accomplice Terrified Of Donnie Jones

The prime suspect in the brutal rape, mutilation and murder of nursing student “Megan” Sharpton is outing himself.

In a police report filed Friday evening September 7, 2012 with the Tullahoma Police Department, a man named Donnie Frank Jones identified HIMSELF as the suspect in the murder of Megan Sharpton.  Jones acted out in an intimidating and threatening manner against   a female  associate to the Sharpton family as well as the local police.

The woman’s identity is being withheld by BOC.

Jones  told police he wanted the woman arrested for theft.

Jones, who allegedly extinguished  a cigarette butt  collected by the woman shortly thereafter, told police he was  fearful  the butt might be used  as evidence  to frame him in Megan Sharpton’s  murder.

It was clear at that point in the exchange that  Donnie Jones approached this woman to send a message to the Sharpton family.  He knows that they ‘know’ if you will.

A subsequent incident occurred at a member of the Sharpton family’s home on September 11th when a real estate sign posted in the front yard was peppered with bullets.  A police report has been filed with Coffee County who then requested Megan’s family NOT file a protection from abuse order.  Family members were told  it is “just a piece of paper.”

Donnie Frank Jones,  a convicted felon,  has been told he is a suspect in the sexual assault  and  aggravated murder of Meg Sharpton.   Megan or “Meg” as she preferred, was a nursing student who had been commuting daily with another student until she graduated last year.

As reported exclusively on  Blink On Crime ,  Jones was identified as a suspect in Sharpton’s murder due to a match of his DNA in CODIS.  CODIS  is the combined DNA Index system that maintains criminal database DNA submissions and the software that supports it. (more…)

Megan Sharpton Murder Suspect Taunts Her Family While DA Taylor Refuses To Seek Indictment

Tullahoma, TN-



Friday evening September 7,  the rival High School football game of Tullahoma vs. Coffee County Central (Manchester) was beginning.

The Raiders lost 31-21.

What was also underway, was the willful approach  by a known suspect in the sexual assault and brutal  murder of Megan Sharpton to a member of Megan’s family.

Blink On Crime  is intentionally withholding the identity of the suspect as identified in the police report.

The Sharpton family member was aware of the suspects status, and requested assistance at the scene from Tullahoma Police.

The suspect was asked to leave the scene by multiple members of law enforcement.

A  response to a request by Blink On Crime for the incident report revealed the report has not been filed yet,  but is in process.


Kelly Sharpton, Mother of Megan Sharpton, met with media in the Chattanooga area this afternoon following her  most recent failed requests to seek the indictment of Megan’s alleged suspect through District General Attorney J. Michael Taylor.

Chattanooga has not been a high coverage  market for Megan’s case,  but it is an essential constituent region for Robert Cooper, the Attorney General of Tennesse, whose duties include:

Law Enforcement and Special Prosecutions Division

  • Handles criminal prosecutions of securities fraud, public corruption and environmental law violations
  • Assists the district attorneys general in the prosecution similar types of white collar crime cases
  • Handles other types of civil enforcement actions, such as forfeiture
  • Defends the district attorneys general and other law enforcement agencies in actions for injunctions, and to obtain access to investigative and prosecution files


Check back  to Blink On Crime  for this developing story.

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