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A woman disappears the night after her son’s wedding and is found murdered.
In Reno, Nevada, 38-year-old Tim McClure lived with his mother Terri off and on throughout his twenties. Tim and his mother were often seen together at the slot machines or dining out. Even after Tim moved away, he remained close to his mom:
In 1983, Terri McClure was 62-years-old and living alone. She was thrilled when Tim called to tell her he was getting married. His wedding took place on Friday, January 14, 1983, in Lake Tahoe, Nevada. The wedding party celebrated by doing a little gambling. Then at around 10 PM, Tim walked his mother to her car. She planned to drive straight home to Reno, which was about an hour away. The next evening, when Tim and his new bride stopped by to visit Terri, they noticed signs that she had not made it home:
Tim called various family members and friends of his mother. Since no one had seen or heard from Terri, Tim called the police. Three days later, on Monday, January 17th, Terri McClure’s car was found in the parking lot of a Carson City casino. It was a half hour drive outside of Lake Tahoe. The keys were in the ignition, the doors were locked, and Terri was sitting upright in the front seat. She had been shot twice in the head. The day after they found the body, Carson City detectives questioned Tim. He was shocked when they asked him if he wanted to have an attorney present. It soon dawned on Tim that he was considered a suspect:
Tim told the police that on the night of his wedding, he walked his mother to her car and then returned to the casino. He said his wife was still gambling with her parents, so he gambled alone for two hours. He then rejoined her and they went out dancing until dawn. Tim also told the police that, two days before his mother’s body was discovered, he searched the main highway between Lake Tahoe and Reno. Detective Sergeant Burau of the Carson City Sheriff’s Office became suspicious when Tim said he was looking for Terri’s purse:
Tim also drove through the parking lots of the casinos along his mother’s route. According to Tim, he proceeded at a slow crawl through the lots of every casino except one:
It was the same casino parking lot was where Terri’s body was found two days later, on Monday, January 17th. Police estimated that Terri had been dead since Friday, the night of Tim’s wedding. Police were also puzzled by a call Tim made to cancel one of his mother’s credit cards. The credit card company said Tim made the call on the Friday before his mother had disappeared. However, Tim claimed he made the call on Monday the 17th, the day Terri’s body was found:
Investigators also discovered that, six months before Terri McClure was murdered, she had taken out a $10,000 insurance policy on her life. Tim and one of his sisters were named as co-beneficiaries:
On February 14, 1983, one month after their wedding, Detective Sergeant Burau asked Tim and his wife to take a polygraph test:
All the circumstantial evidence was eventually submitted to the Nevada D.A., but he deemed it insufficient to arrest Tim McClure. Eventually, Tim McClure was arrested for the murder of his mother. However, the D.A. ultimately decided not to prosecute. The case was dismissed “with prejudice.”