Police continue search for Wisconsin man linked to four slayings

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    Dec 06, 2009 10:48 AM GMT
    There are some really sick people in this world. This guy is not a serial killer, but rather is known to be a very good guy to his family, but because he is out of a job and could not financially give his family a good Christmas, he killed them all. Financial reasons like this are often used to abort babies, too. I honestly believe people think they should have the right and choice to do things like this because it is their life and their family and what do others care what they do to their own families to spare them from an unhappy life. They don't want to see their loved ones go through life without being financially supported properly, so they choose to end their lives to spare them from all this. But killing is NEVER the answer to problems like this and these people need help to see that this is still wrong. If you have any information where he may be, contact your local authorities. The following news article doesn't give much information, buy he is 38 and has strong family ties in Madison, WI, but he is most likely out of the state by now. He is considered armed and dangerous.

    The Associated Press

    MADISON — Police continued to ask the public for help Saturday as the search for a Wisconsin man wanted in the deaths of his two young daughters and their mothers stretched into its third day.

    Authorities released no new details on the slayings but continued to call 38-year-old Tyrone Adair armed and dangerous. He has strong family ties to the Madison area, but so far has eluded capture. Police have warned law enforcement agencies nationwide to watch for him.

    “We’re just encouraging anyone who has any information at all to come forward,” Madison police Lt. Wayne Strong said.

    Prosecutors charged Adair, of suburban Middleton, on Friday with two counts of first-degree intentional homicide in the deaths of 33-year-old Tracy Judd and 23-month-old Deja Adair, Judd and Adair’s daughter.

    They also consider him a “person of interest” in the killings of 25-year-old Amber Weigel and 2-year-old Neveah Weigel-Adair, Weigel and Adair’s daughter.

    Dorothy Carter, Adair’s grandmother, said his family is shocked. She told The Associated Press on Saturday he lost his job at Clack Corp., a water-treatment component manufacturer in Windsor.

    “He’s always been a good guy,” Carter said, fighting back tears. “He likes to prepare Christmas for his kids ... for him to be out of work this time of year and not have any money at all ... and he’s not the type of kid who would ask for anything. I know it wasn’t right what he did.”
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    Dec 06, 2009 1:34 PM GMT
    sounds like a tarantino movie.
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    Dec 06, 2009 1:50 PM GMT
    Killers are always from Wisconsin ha
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    Dec 06, 2009 2:30 PM GMT
    I was just thinking the same thing...and the frightening part is that I'm from Wisconsin....so don't piss me off!

    It is so sad when something like this happens. Many years ago a south Florida couple decided that their lives would be ruined if they did not have their social status (he had lost his job I think, and was facing financial ruin)...they took their young son, all three got in the car in the garage, and gassed themselves.

    Be thankful for every day we are blessed with.
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    Dec 06, 2009 4:39 PM GMT
    Both Milwaukee and Madison are high crime areas. I had a hooker that tried to steal my camera once, but I got the camera back, but she stole my van and $250 lens. The van was found that night, but police said was probably sold 5 times that day for drugs. She's still running the streets and hasn;t been found yet. They will steal whatever isn't bolted down for drugs and booze. When you call 911 and they put you on hold for 5 minutes and respond 45 minutes later, you know it's bad. Calls are coming in every few seconds. It's creepy there with bars on the windows and clerks are behind bullet proof glass. It's not like that here.
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    Dec 06, 2009 6:51 PM GMT
    Bring on the next

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    Dec 06, 2009 8:45 PM GMT

    Maybe he didn't mean it.