Sacramento, California 2021-04-08 02:30:34 –
North Highlands (CBS13) – A new effort is underway at the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office to resolve the double murder that took place on Halloween over a decade ago.
It is a cold case. Detective Nick Sallyram will never be forgotten.
“There are more than 50 murders each year in Sacramento County alone, which really stands out,” he said.
His father, 48-year-old Michael Crisp and his 15-year-old son Aaron, were killed in multiple shotgun explosions in a North Highlands home. The victim’s mother and ex-wife found the body on Halloween night in 2007.
“She went home worried after she couldn’t catch her son Aaron for a while,” Det said. Sally Lamb.
A student friend of the Highland Academy of Arts and Design held a monument for him after the crime, but no one provided enough evidence to arrest the suspect.
Detectives now want new technologies today to help resolve the case.
“It can be very difficult because it combines old school technology that was used when the crime occurred with new technology. In this case, DNA technology in particular has come a long way.” Sareeram said. “The material that couldn’t be analyzed at the time went through, and we could actually find more information with less evidence.”
It’s an unforgettable Halloween murder mystery, and detectives say they need more help from the community.
“Someone there knows what happened and it’s long enough,” Sallyram said.
Had Aaron been alive, he would have been 29 this year. His mother still lives in the area and is in contact with the investigators.
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