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From: Detectives Benjamin Toderico, John Flores and Rashaan Wigfall

Number: 18-31
Date of Release: 8/14/2018

This week Crime Stoppers needs the public’s help in solving a couple cold cases in Henrico County.

On August 21, 1984, the bodies of Michael Margaret, 21 and Donna Hall, 18 were found in a wooded area approximately 300 yards away from Kings Crossing Apartment complex in the 10000 block of Patterson Avenue near Gaskins Road. Both victims did die of multiple stab wounds to the body.

Rewards totaling close to $7000 are being offered for information on this case.

Then on August 23, 1991, the body of 16 year old Marshall Ray Butler was discovered deceased, inside his Ford Pick Up truck, parked along the shoulder of the I-64 west ramp at Mechanicsville Turnpike. Butler had been severely beaten, tortured, and stabbed, the truck was found abandoned and on fire. Information was developed on two people of interest in this murder.

Henrico County Cold Cases - Click to enlarge
Henrico County Cold Cases - Click to enlarge
Henrico County Cold Cases - Click to enlarge
Henrico County Cold Cases - Click to enlarge

Detectives would like anyone with information about these two incidents to call Crime Stoppers at 780-1000 or submit your tip through the P3 Tips App. The app is available for download to your mobile device. Both methods are anonymous and you could receive a cash reward up to $1000. Follow us on Facebook and @CrimestoppersRVA to help us locate fugitives and solve more crimes. Crime Stoppers would like to remind you that tips that lead to an arrest are eligible for a cash reward up to $1000 and we don’t need to know who you are to know who they are.


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