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Robin Ann Kerry :: found! 2018 breaking news Psychic Brian Lad missing person psychic detective Brian Ladd 2018 found! missing person psychic detective Brian Ladd 2018 found! :: found! 2018 breaking news Psychic Brian Lad

Missing Robin Ann Kerry

Robin, approximate date 1991

Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance

Missing Since: April 5, 1991 from St. Louis, Missouri

Missing person classification: Endangered Missing

Date of Birth: January 27, 1972 Age at disappearance: 19 years old

Weight and Height: 5'0, 98 pounds

Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Brown hair, green eyes. Robin's ears are pierced. She is of Lebanese and Puerto Rican descent.

Details of Disappearance and Psychic Results (login to view) (login to view)

Robin was last seen on the Chain of Rocks Bridge in St. Louis, Missouri at 11:25 p.m. on April 5, 1991. The bridge spans the Mississippi River at the Missouri/Illinois state line. Robin and her 20-year-old sister, Julie Ann Kerry, had taken a visiting 19-year-old cousin from Maryland, Thomas Cummins, to the bridge to show him a graffiti poem they had painted there several years earlier. A photograph of Julie is posted below this case summary.
Several hours later, Thomas contacted police and told them four men had attacked him and his cousins, robbed him, raped the women and pushed them off the bridge into the river. Thomas then jumped off the bridge after being ordered to do so by the attackers. He saw Julie in the water, still alive, but they became separated and he never saw her or Robin again. Thomas was able to swim to shore and get help. Julie's body was recovered in Caruthersville, Missouri several weeks later, but Robin's remains were never located.

Marlin Gray, Daniel Winfrey, Reginald Clemons, and Clemons's cousin, Antonio D. Richardson, were subsequently convicted of raping and murdering Robin and Julie and robbing Tom. His belongings were found in their possession after their arrests. All four defendants confessed to the crime, and their stories were consistent with Thomas's version of events, but three of them later recanted. Winfrey, who was 15 years old at the time of the murders and the only attacker who did not participate in the rapes, took a plea bargain and was sentenced to 30 years in prison for his testimony against the others. While he was in prison, he wrote a letter to the Kerry family apologizing for his role in the crimes. He was paroled in 2007, after serving half his sentence. The other three men were sentenced to death.
Gray was executed in October 2005. Richardson's sentence was commuted to life in prison in 2005. Clemons spent more than twenty years on death row, then his conviction was overturned after a judge decided his confession was coerced and excluded it from evidence. He is awaiting a new trial, expected to take place in 2017. Clemons was originally charged with murder; he is now facing charges of murder, forcible rape and robbery. The prosecution claims they have DNA evidence, which was unavailable in 1991, that implicates him.
Both Robin and Julie were students at the University of Missouri at St. Louis in 1991; Julie was an English major. Foul play is suspected in Robin's case due to the circumstances involved. Thomas's sister, Jeanine, wrote a book about her cousins' murders called A Rip in Heaven.


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