Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Investigators Working on Slaying Cases

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Investigators Working on Slaying Cases

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St. Johns County authorities said yesterday it could take

several weeks to prepare cases against a suspect who was

interviewed last week in the slayings of seven area women,

delaying a grand jury review of the cases for now.

Last week, sheriff's investigators interviewed William Darrell

Lindsey Sr., 61, in the deaths of a Jacksonville woman and six

others. Lindsey, a former resident of St. Johns and Putnam

counties, had told authorities he had knowledge of the crimes

and led search teams to two places where he said two bodies had

been disposed.

Last Friday, authorities said they hoped to take the case to a

grand jury within two weeks.

"Obviously, I can't get seven cases for the grand jury in a few

days," said Robert Porter, director of investigations for

Sheriff Neil Perry. "I suspect it will be a few weeks. There's

still a lot of legwork to do."

A search of a borrow pit west of St. Augustine last week did

not reveal any evidence, though searchers did find a shoe and

empty purse at a location near Deep Creek in southwestern St. …

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