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Old 10-25-2005, 02:12 PM   #1
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Default UPDATE: Arrest in Dana Satterfield murder

http://www.thestate.com/mld/thestate.../12987181.html

I just learned that they have arrested a man in connection with the 1995 murder of Dana Satterfield (see the article at the link above). She was the woman who was found murdered in her beauty parlor in South Carolina.

As mentioned in the UM segment (which aired at the end of the 1996-97 season), Dana was initially believed to have been the victim of a contract hit. However, that theory was weakened when the nature of the murder was inconsistent with a contract killing. Also, her ex-husband was looked into as a possible suspect, but was ruled out, as he did not fit the description of the killer who was spotted fleeing the scene.

The name of the man arrested is Jonathan Christian Vick.
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Old 10-25-2005, 10:17 PM   #2
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Thanks for the update Kane. That's some good news, wondered if that one would ever be solved. Amazing that the case is 10 years old now and that he was only 17 when he did it. Makes you wonder what he's done over those 10 years that he didn't get caught for.
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Old 10-27-2005, 06:03 AM   #3
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Oh my god, this has made my day. This was one case that I definitely feared would never come to any sort of resolution. Yeah, he was only 17 when he did it, but the witness did say that the man she saw leaving the trailer and who she ran into later was young, between 18 and 25. So she was not far off.

I wonder what Vick looks like and if he ressembles the sketch. Despite the segment airing around the time UM started to go downhill, I found it to be a rather scary one. Then again, I first saw the case on a 1999 late night Lifetime repeat.
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Old 10-29-2005, 12:59 PM   #4
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There's a picture of him here:

http://www.hometown-news.com/addedValuesPI/stories/storyReader$262

From what I remember of the sketch there is a definite resemblance.
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Old 11-08-2005, 01:28 PM   #5
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The original story aired on May 16, 1997. I had just moved to Spartanburg about 6 months prior to this story. It was scary for me since I was a single mother with 2 children and after hearing about Dana's murder, it made me fear going anywhere. I worked in the County Jail at the time and prayed they would eventually capture whoever did this to her. I am thankful and relieved that her family and the residents of Spartanburg County can rest a little better since this monster has been taken off the streets.
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Old 11-09-2005, 08:17 PM   #6
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Yeah, he was only 17 when he did it, but the witness did say that the man she saw leaving the trailer and who she ran into later was young, between 18 and 25. So she was not far off.

True. In fact, you are not expected to know the stranger's exact age. So when you give an age description of a stranger, you are generally describing how old (or young) he or she looks. The woman was, indeed, not far off; she was obviously correct when the age description included the late-teens.
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If you dont mind do you remember the name of the story? I would like to see I live in the area, but I never knew there was a story about it. Thanks in advance for any information.



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The original story aired on May 16, 1997. I had just moved to Spartanburg about 6 months prior to this story. It was scary for me since I was a single mother with 2 children and after hearing about Dana's murder, it made me fear going anywhere. I worked in the County Jail at the time and prayed they would eventually capture whoever did this to her. I am thankful and relieved that her family and the residents of Spartanburg County can rest a little better since this monster has been taken off the streets.
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great news I thought this one would never be updated
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Old 11-16-2005, 12:18 AM   #9
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There's a picture of him here:

http://www.hometown-news.com/addedValuesPI/stories/storyReader$262

From what I remember of the sketch there is a definite resemblance.

This is excellent news. I hadn't visited this forum in a few weeks and this is a great update upon return. Thanks for that link, yolate. I agree there is a resemblance to the depiction, a burly guy and no doubt a lifelong punk.
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I am new, and shocked this story has made it all over the country. Didn't realize it was such a high profile case. I am glad they got him. and that the family can now have some closure.
Ps The county is now checking into the places he was stationed while in the marine corps, and the places he went while a long hall truck driver.

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Just watched this segment on TV. The sketch did look surprisingly similar to the killer. Thank goodness this one is solved. What a tragic case.
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Yes, it does. Very grateful this is solved. I actually read this post and then went to watch the show. I was shocked to see the case playing was the case I had just read about. Eerie.

Anyways, I am glad this is solved.
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Old 11-23-2005, 04:21 PM   #13
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Yes this case was on today's episode I am glad that they captured the slime that killed this woman.. This is not to far from where I call home Spartanburg SC.. and I live in Columbia SC
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YES! Another case solved.... does my heart good.
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Is there anyway to see the segment that was aired around nov 23rd?
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