HPD Seeks Public's Assistance In Homicide Investigation
April 10, 2006 -- On Sunday,
April 2, 2006 the body of Pamela Ann Goss, 50, was found behind
a church located at 1927 Mansfield. As a result of the investigation
into the death of Ms. Goss, the Homicide Division has learned
of additional victims who may have been picked up by a black male
suspect and taken to church properties in north Houston where
they were sexually assaulted.
The Houston Police Department is cautioning the
public that a male sexual predator, usually armed with a knife,
may be picking up females of all races and sexually assaulting
them. The suspect will approach females walking and ask them if
they need a ride. Some of the victims, but not all of them, have
been involved in prostitution. According to the victims, the suspect
is said to have a very friendly approach.
At this time, no other murder cases have been
linked to this suspect, but that possibility is being examined.
Based on the MO (Method of Operation), it is believed this suspect
is responsible for at least four other sexual assaults.
Also discovered during this investigation were
two sexual assault cases wherein the victims did not file a police
report. It's believed there may also be other victims who have
not filed a report on this suspect. The Houston Police Department
would like to request any additional victims, regardless of their
criminal histories, to come forward and be interviewed. The earliest
sexual assault report found regarding this suspect was in the
latter part of 2005.
The suspect is
described as a black male, late 20s to mid 30s in age, 5 feet
8 inches to 6 feet tall, weighing 180 to 220 pounds, with very
short black hair or bald. The suspect is thought to be driving
a late 1990s model four-door sedan that is either black or dark
blue. Other vehicles may be involved.
Click here for
a composite sketch of the suspect.
Anyone with additional information is urged to
contact the Homicide Division at 713-308-3600, the Sex Crimes
Unit at 713-308-1180, or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS for a
reward of up to $5,000.
Incident # 51680206
information, please contact the HPD Public Affairs Division at