Alleged "Anadrol 50" cold case suspect in court
Joseph C. Jenkins, wearing thick eyeglasses and sporting a gray goatee, kept turning around and holding his handcuffed hand up to his ear, with his thumb and pinky extended to indicate using a telephone.
"I'll call you," he mouthed to three people sitting in a bench a few rows away in a Vigo County courtroom Thursday morning. An elderly man and woman, and another woman "Anadrol 50" members of Jenkins' family sat through the court proceeding as Jenkins was brought to the defense table.
Jenkins, 45, of Terre Haute is accused of the strangulation death of Lynn Voll in November 2005.
He appeared in court to hear the murder charge read.
Jenkins was brought to the Vigo County jail Wednesday from the Putnamville Correctional Facility, where he is serving time for an unrelated Buy Cheap Jintropin Online stalking charge.
"I understand the allegation, sir," Jenkins said to Judge David Bolk when asked.
Bolk told the accused that the murder charge carries from 45 to 65 years in prison.
"Do you understand the penalties?" Bolk asked.
"Yes sir, I do," Jenkins answered.
A not guilty plea was entered on Jenkins' behalf. The court appointed public defender Deborah Shepler, and a trial date was scheduled for April 15, 2008 in Division 3 Superior Court.
On his way out of the courtroom, Jenkins declined to answer questions. His family members also avoided members of the media.
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Voll was found dead Sustanon 250 Kaina in her Tren-H100 Global Anabolics Garfield Avenue home on Nov. 11, 2005. Dr. Roland Kohr, forensic pathologist, determined the cause of death to be manual and ligature strangulation.
Jenkins, who lived a block and a half from Voll, was believed by neighbors to have been a "peeping tom" who regularly used marijuana and methamphetamine, according to witness statements in a police affidavit.
Jenkins was connected to the case after telling police and neighbors he had been at Voll's house the night of Nov. 10. His story varied on different occasions, and he repeatedly mentioned being concerned that his fingerprints could have been found on the door.
Jenkins has never admitted to killing Voll, but one neighbor said Jenkins spoke about her death in the third person.
"He would say, 'Have you ever looked into somebody's eyes when you choke them and seen their eyes bugging out of their head and gasping for air?'" the neighbor said, according to the police affidavit.