Laura Grillo, a worker with the Rowlett Police Division and mother-of-three, was booked to wed her life partner Ioannis “John” Makris in November 2015, when seven days before they were to seal the deal, she was shot to death in her home. Grillo’s mentally unbalanced brother, who is to some degree hard of hearing, was dozing in a similar house at that point. Grillo died of a solitary shot injury to the head.
An ensuing examination concerning the shooting, which initally seemed to be the consequence of a thievery turned out badly, uncovered stunning insights regarding her apparently ideal relationship with John Makris. With the assistance of reconnaissance film, telephone records, and urgent tips, criminal investigators uncovered a turned homicide for-enlist plot organized by Makris, including two of his representatives, Jesus Trevino and James Villeda.
An impending episode of ID’s An Opportunity to Kill will narrative Laura Grillo’s homicide for-recruit case. The episode, named Fiend at the Station, airs on the channel this Thursday, May 25, at 9:00 pm ET. Here is the summary for the episode:
“A shooter kills volunteer cop Laura Grillo in her rural Dallas home; examiners should connect a stunner allegation to an email with a wicked genius who figures he can outmaneuver the law.”Laura Grillo’s homicide: A dubious crime location and life partner, computerized hints, and different subtleties from the homicide for-employ case1) The crime location at Laura Grillo’s home recommended a robbery turned out badly
Laura Grillo, a mother-of-three, was unfortunately gunned down in her Rowlett, Texas, home in the early evening long stretches of November 13, 2015, seven days before she was planned to wed her life partner. She died of a solitary gunfire twisted to the head, and her mentally unbalanced brother was quick to find her body on the kitchen floor.
While there were no indications of a break-in at the house, her room appeared to have been scoured. Several drawers were turned over, and its things spread around. Additionally, a vacant safe expose wide. As per her life partner John Makris, there were no less than $8,000 to $9,000 in the protected before the occurrence. Investigators accepted she was killed during a bungled theft.
2) Laura Grillo’s life partner began acting dubious after the shooting occurrence
Grillo’s life partner John Makris gave off an impression of being unfeeling and appeared to be unaffected by the killing of the lady he was to wed in seven days. Analysts understood that Makris “didn’t appear to be excessively disturbed” and expressed that he was not responding in the manner that one could anticipate that somebody should act there.
At the point when examined regarding his whereabouts at the hour of the homicide, Makris informed analysts that he went out around a similar time as Grillo on the morning of the homicide and afterward made a beeline for a Home Station in Dallas Province. He professed to have met two of his representatives, Jesus Trevino and James Villeda, there, to purportedly buy supplies for a home-renovating business he and the casualty co-claimed. His plausible excuse was supported by observation film.
3) Telephone records of John Makris and two of his workers embroiled them in the wrongdoing While investigating Makris as a possible suspect, analysts found an email sent by Laura Grillo in June of that year on his telephone, in which she communicated her disappointment with their relationship and pronounced her craving to end it.
In any case, the exceptionally one month from now, he proposed to her and the pair accommodated. Besides, Jesus Trevino and James Villeda’s telephone records showed that they were in the Rowlett region at the hour of the homicide.
4) Jesus Trevino let his ex know that “his supervisor [John Makris] was recruiting him to kill his significant other” Trevino and Villeda’s telephone records mixed interest and doubt that they might have been associated with the wrongdoing, and hence, investigators began digging further into their pasts, just to uncover that the two men were sentenced s*x guilty parties and had broad criminal chronicles.
Then, Trevino’s ex warned specialists, illuminating that he once told her that “his supervisor [John Makris] was employing him to kill his significant other [Laura Grillo]” and vowed to pay him $15,000 consequently.
Investigators came to an obvious conclusion to a man named Ramone, who recently worked for John Makris and guaranteed that he knew about the homicide for-enlist plot. Ramone then, at that point, drove them to Trevino’s previous flat mate, who uncovered that he had made a proposal to pay him to drive the fast vehicle during the hit.
5) James Villeda, who was captured on inconsequential medication chages, admitted Villeda, who was captured on irrelevant medication charges, admitted to his contribution in Laura Grillo’s homicide and consented to affirm against both John Makris and Jesus Trevino, in return for a sentence of 25 years as a feature of a supplication bargain. Jesus Trevino and John Makris were subsequently charged for Grillo’s homicide.
According to Oxygen, Vellida let criminal investigators know that he and Trevino drove a silver KIA that Makris had purchased for them to use during the homicide, and that he went about as the driver for the fast vehicle. Then, upon the arrival of the homicide, Trevino went into Grillo’s Rowlett house utilizing the security code Makris gave him and hung tight for her to return home. He then, at that point, trapped her before lethally shooting her in the head.
While running away from the area, Trevino threw his dress through the window, and unloaded the gun in a trash in Dallas. They left the vehicle at a body shop.
Jesus Trevino and John Makris were viewed as at legitimate fault for capital homicide and given particular life sentences without the chance of parole. Study Laura Grillo’s homicide for-enlist case in the impending episode of ID’s A Chance to Kill this Thursday, May 25, at 9 pm ET.