Breasia Terrell Obituary, Death – More information has come to light about the allegations made against Henry Dinkins, who is suspected of kidnapping and murdering Breasia Terrell, who was 10 years old at the time of the alleged crimes in July of 2020. On Friday and Saturday, the prosecution submitted two motions, both of which were primarily concerned with the testimony of witnesses and the evidence associated with the case. The prosecution stated in these motions that Dinkins’ girlfriend at the time alleged that he and Breasia departed the apartment they were residing in early on the morning of July 10, 2020.
The petition states that she testified that she subsequently observed him take something out of the closet, but she was unable to determine what it was that he took. She went on to say that Dinkins and Breasia fled once again following that incident. Dinkins apparently drove his vehicle into a ditch on Highway 61 in Clinton County, as evidenced by the records filed in the case. According to the motion, Dinkins received assistance from a guy who helped him pull the automobile out of the ditch in where it had been stuck.
According to the motion, the person who assisted Dinkins responded to the question posed by the police by stating that he was unaware of the contents of the car. The person who assisted Dinkins passed away in June, but the prosecution say they want to utilize his previous evidence given at a deposition when they try Dinkins in court. Additionally, according to the materials that were submitted to the court, Dinkins’ phone records demonstrate that he searched for child pornography before to Terrell’s murder.
Instead of testifying live in the courtroom, the prosecution asked for Dinkin’s son’s testimony to be recorded or transmitted through closed-circuit television in a separate petition that was submitted. On August 7, a hearing will be held on each of the motions, and on August 8, the trial itself will take place in Linn County.