Man Arrested For Murder Of A Dozen Elderly Women Is In The Country Illegally

Billy Chemirmir has been charged in the deaths of 12 women, and faces attempted homicide counts for two more victims.

Dallas, TX – An illegal immigrant working as a home health aide has been charged with robbing and murdering a dozen elderly women in multiple jurisdictions.

Kenyan citizen Billy Chemirmir, 46, has been in jail since March of 2018 in connection with the murder of 81-year-old Lu Thi Harris, who was found suffocated to death in her bed, according to the New York Post.

Harris’ body was found after a 91-year-old woman told Plano police that a man had forced his way into her home and tried to suffocate her with a pillow, the Associated Press reported.

“Go to bed. Don’t fight me,” he told her, according to court documents.

Once she lost consciousness, the suspect stole her jewelry box and took off.

Paramedics were able to revive the elderly woman, who told police about the missing valuables.

Investigators were able to identify Chemirmir using a license plate, and began following him days later.

That’s when they spotted the alleged serial killer dumping a jewelry box into a trash bin.

But the box he tried to dispose of didn’t belong to the 91-year-old woman – it belonged to Harris.

When they went to Harris’ home, they discovered she had been smothered to death, the New York Post reported.

Chemirmir was indicted on six additional counts of capital murder in Dallas County on Thursday, according to the Associated Press.

His victims, all female, ranged in age from 76 to 94.

Court records identified them as Phoebe Perry, Norma French, Rosemary Curtis, Phyllis Payne, Doris Gleason, and Mary Brooks, all of whom died in 2016 and 2018, KXAS reported.

A Collin County Grand jury indicted him on five more capital murder charges the same day, according to the Associated Press.

The details of those killings have not been released.

He is also being held for being in the U.S. illegally, and has been charged with attempted murder in two other similar incidents.

Chemirmir used his experience as a health aide “to his advantage in targeting and exploiting seniors, some of the most vulnerable people in our community,” Plano Police Chief Gregory Rushin said shortly after the accused serial killer was apprehended in 2018.

“These cases came out of the blue and I don’t have any information on them yet,” Chemirmir’s attorney, Phillip Hays, told the Associated Press on Thursday.

But he argued that his client has “denied it since day one” that he had anything to do with Harris’ murder.

“They have circumstantial evidence that puts him in the area but that’s as far as the evidence goes,” Hays added.

Investigators said they have been reviewing as many as 750 unsolved deaths to determine whether or not Chemirmir had any connection to the victims, the New York Post reported.

“We’re worried we could have more,” Dallas Executive Assistant Chief of Police David Pughes said in 2018. “It will be a monumental task. But we’re up for the challenge and we’re gonna make sure we check each and every case.”

Comments (25)
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Sgt961
Sgt961

Monkey, Obama’s cousin!

Theendisnear
Theendisnear

Noooooooo, say it aint so!?!?!?!

Shastabeau
Shastabeau

Damned animal!

Lbw654
Lbw654

We’re HCD to troll and stick up for this piece of trash?

edgar44
edgar44

Being Kenyan he is likely to be English speaking. Is he, by chance, Muslim?

Mig Alley
Mig Alley

Thanks Obama..........once again!!!!!

TrueAmerican
TrueAmerican

I love the knock at CNN for NOT covering this but making the death of that grumpy 🐱 so important!!! Sad story and I am not taking away the seriousness of this story. 😟

LEO0301
LEO0301

If we had stricter immigration laws these women may still be alive. It kind of makes me wonder how democrats sleep at night.

LordSeamus
LordSeamus

I think piano wire would be appropriate in this case.

THEDUKE
THEDUKE

Today with social media a captured video is shown everywhere and shown repeatedly. These lowlifes are actually bringing the public condemnation down upon themselves. It may not be felt immediately but the negative opinions and condemnation then proliferates exponentially . Each who see a video such as this then formulate a personal opinion. When the viewer continues to see repetitious videos with the same players and same repeat vile actions and behaviors displayed then that opinion is reinforced. ...and eventually a negative opinion is seared into the mindset of the viewer. Each who demonstrate these behaviors and act this way then affect themselves as well as others just like them. When they raise the question as to why they are shunned it is due to these accumulated formulated negative opinions .Those who continually demonstrate these vile behaviors are then sentenced in "the court of public opinion" .........and they have no one to blame but themselves. It is a cumulative effect and yes, they will feel it.

Wish505
Wish505

Thank you Obama, Schumer, Piglosi, Holder, Lynch, Comey and company.

BlueLM101
BlueLM101

I'm done commenting on these...

Just Dee
Just Dee

The bigger question is, who checked his references? Who employed him, and why? You don't murder 12 women without leaving footprints behind, people.

Just Dee
Just Dee

And why/how did Texas Health and Human services never get involved....or did they drop the ball too?

gfc1963
gfc1963

More Liberals to blame for this. And now just excute the pos.

Rascal1966
Rascal1966

Ok, Texas has the death penalty. Once this illegal piece of shit is found guilty, take him out back and put a bullet in his head!! Or bring back public executions!! Let his body rot in the town square for all to see!!

Njaz
Njaz

So very sad. Poor victims.

ACSO-Charles-One
ACSO-Charles-One

When is our mother fuckin government (both parties) going to get off their collective assholes and protect Americans from illegal aliens.

Old Hawg
Old Hawg

There are some animals for whom the death penalty is insufficient.

Burgers Allday
Burgers Allday

Let's get the ceo's of his employers into prison. That might actually make the situation less likely to repeat.