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John Norman COLLINS

 
 
 

 

John Norman Collins

 

 

Collins arrives at the Washtenaw County Courthouse.

 

 

Collins, manacled to a chain around his waist, leaves the
Washtenshaw County Courthouse
.

 

 

Collins is led to his arraignment August 1st where he was charged
with the murder of Karen Sue Beineman.

 

 

John Norman Collins

 

 

John Norman Collins was convicted in the murder of Karen Sue Beineman, one of seven victims in
the "Co-Ed Murders" that occurred in Washtenaw County from 1967-1969.
(Courtesy of Lt. Michael Logghe, the Ann Arbor Police Department and the City of Ann Arbor.)

 

 

John Norman Collins

 

 

John Norman Collins

 

 

Peter Hurkos, Dutch psychic, relaxes--almost unnoticed in a yard
directly across the street from the Washtenaw County courthouse.

 

 

MI-Police inspect the spot along a rural road near here
where the body of Dawn Basom, 13, was found by a motorist.

 

 

MI-Washtenshaw County Sheriff Douglas Harvey points to spot where
the body of Dawn Basom, 13, was found alongside a rural road.

 

 

MI-Mounted Washtenshaw County Sheriff's deputies search for clues in the general
vicinity where the nude and battered body of Karen Sue Beineman, 18, was found.

 

 

MI-Uniformed policemen (front) and detectives (rear) provide tight security for
John Norman Collins, 23, as he is brought from the courthouse at Ypsilanti.

 

 

Attorneys Joseph Louisell and Neil Fink.

 

 

MI-Police officials say that the slaying of Karen Sue Beineman, 18, an Eastern Michigan University,
occurred in this home owned by Michigan State Police Cpl.

 

 

John Norman Collins in jail

 

 

John Norman Collins 2005

 

 

 
 
 
 
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