Murder probe after man and woman found dead in house

Mae Love
April 14, 2018

Fox News also wrote Snipes was considering having an abortion but made a decision to put her child up for adoption once she gave birth.

"We believe it could be a domestic disturbance, but we'll know more when we question her, get downtown and she decides to talk", said Detective K. Heaverlo with HPD Homicide.

"So she sits down in the middle seat beside me and she's really nervous and anxious".

"Watching them together. That's it - I just saw everything that I was never going to be able to give him myself", Snipes told TODAY. It was Snipes, who said she had the baby and asked if Phipps wanted to meet him. At three months of pregnancy, Snipes left and flew home to her mother in Arkansas.

After Samantha met up with her new boyfriend and spent a few days with him, she started to experience contractions. "I said, 'Is everything okay.' She said, 'I'm still in Raleigh, I had the baby".

The two women began chatting and Snipes explained to Phipps her current situation, including her plans to give her child up for adoption.

The man later returned to the residence, where a female resident told 911 dispatchers she woke up to him pouring gasoline on her and around her bed with a lighter in his hand and a rifle slung over his shoulder, police said.

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She was re-booked and was placed next to Temple Phipps, who was originally booked for a later flight.

Snipes wrote, "She was such a great person; she waited with me to make sure I was safe". I believe most of the men in the United States of America are better than this.

The two women exchanged numbers with promises to keep in touch.

Authorities say that they may be in a green 2003 Pontiac Bonneville, Montana license plate 20-2998B, and may be traveling to Billings, Great Falls, or Glasgow.

"I count my blessings every day".

She ended her piece in Love What Matters by writing, "I want everyone to know that even though the walls may feel as if they are closing in on you, if you just trust your heart and have FAITH, it will get better".

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