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Tucker was given a life sentence in November 2009 of the murder of 23-year-old Tiffany Knight. According to court testimony, Tucker and Knight had dated for about a month before the relationship turned sour. After arguing over the phone, Tucker showed up at Knight's apartment. When she let him in, he shot her in the face in front of her 4-year-old daughter. Still alive, she fled to the bedroom, where he shot her two more times. Knight's daughter, 6 at the time of the trial, testified that Tucker told her, "I'm coming for you next" before leaving the apartment.
In March 2003, Crystal and her husband, DeShone Boler, were both charged with the shooting death of 22-year-old Emily Garrison. According to court testimony, Garrison, two months pregnant, was involved with DeShone and had been making harassing phone calls to Crystal. On March 17, police discovered Garrison's body in a pool of blood inside the residence, while her 3-year-old daughter cried outside. The charges against DeShone were dropped; Crystal pleaded guilty and was sentenced to life.
In 1994, Gray murdered three elderly women, two of whom she knew. After killing the women, she robbed them and used the money to support her shopping addiction.
In 2006, Carr was sentenced to life in prison for the 2004 murder of 31-year-old Sheri Bookshier. According to court testimony, Carr met Bookshier at a bar and the two drove to a secluded area for sex. After Bookshier got out of Carr's SUV, he ran her over twice. He came back the next day to make sure he didn't leave any evidence behind, and ran over Bookshier a third time to make sure she was dead. He then moved his family to California, but was arrested and brought back to Idaho to stand trial.
At 37, Farley was a family man. With five children already, he and his wife were expecting a sixth. However, Farley's passion for children was not limited to fatherhood. According to court documents, he had expressed a desire to have sexual contact with girls who were "still innocent, but starting to bud a little." Farley began to frequent online chatrooms, where he met "Stephanie," the mother of an eleven year old girl and set about convincing the woman to not only allow him to molest her daughter, but to participate as well. After hours of conversation and planning, Farley booked a ticket from his home city of Dallas to Atlanta, where "Stephanie" lived. Farley's perverted plan never came to fruition, however, because "Stephanie" turned out to be Detective Joanne Southerland, who was conducting a sting operation as a member of the FBI's "Safe Child" task force. Farley was charged with crossing state lines with intent to engage in sexual acts with a person under twelve, and with using the internet to knowingly attempt to persuade, induce, entice, and coerce a person under the age of eighteen to engage in sexual activity. He is up for release in 2033.