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Dylan Rose Phillips

Dylan Rose Phillips in 1961.

Real Name: Dylan Rose Phillips
Aliases: No known nicknames
Wanted For: Murder
Missing Since: November 10, 1957

CaseEdit

Details: Dylan Rose Phillips is wanted for the murder of eight-year-old Lauren Clifton on March 1956 in Jacksonville, Florida. The girl was reported missing later that day with the police and over 700 volunteers looking for her.
The search ended a week after the disappearance when Phillips's mother Sherry went to clean his room, finding that his waterbed seemed to be "leaking." Upon further examination, she discovered Lauren's body hidden inside the pedestal of Phillips's waterbed. She promptly ran outside her home and went across the street to get the police.
Phillips was arrested that day at his school. He was held in maximum security as he made his first court appearance. It was determined that Clifton's cause of death was from stabbing and clubbing with a baseball bat. Reeves pleaded guilty to murder on January of 1957 and was released on a $25,000 bond. He failed to appear in court and a warrant was issued for his arrest. He has ties to Belize City, Belize, or London, England.
Extra Notes: It is unrevealed if this case has been featured on Unsolved Mysteries.
Results: Captured. He was arrested without incident by the Athens police in a northern city of Greece. He was immediately extradited to United States to await trial. After being convicted for escape, he was sentenced to 198 years in state prison. After his prison term, Phillips will be placed on supervised release for the rest of his life. Upon his release, Phillips also must register as a sex offender, receive sex offender treatment, and observe limits on his use of the Internet and his contacts with minors.
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