Tuesday, February 05, 2013

Homeless Man John Alan Mellquist Murdered Anneliese Schweickardt In 2003 And Then Wandered Sarasota Fl For 10 years While Cops Built A Case WTH

John Alan Mellquist, how many more violent homeless people are roaming around Sarasota Fl?  Will the Sarasota ACLU defend homeless man John Alan Mellquist or take a pass on this one?

A murderous homeless maniac was allowed to roam all over Sarasota Fl for 10 years while the cops built a case against him.  Homeless man John Alan Mellquist had rented a room from Anneliese Schweickardt and murdered her in April 2003, this dirtbag stayed in the home until the power was turned off for non-payment, he used her car and her credit cards after he murdered the woman. The blood of Anneliese Schweickardt was found all over the house on Monte Rosso Rd in north Sarasota County and the fingerprints of John Alan Mellquist were found on a mop he used to clean up the blood in 2003 but cops never arrested this P.O. S., lets fire up the ACLU homeless advocate goons to run to his aide.

 Homeless man John Alan Mellquist was allowed to roam Sarasota Fl for 10 years after the murder of Anneliese Schweickardt in 2003 on Monte Rosso Rd in north Sarasota County, Mellquist was arrested several times from 2003 to 2013 in Sarasota County, see below;

Name Birth Date Case Number Date Filed Charge Disposition Date Disposition
MELLQUIST JOHN ALAN 2/6/1959 2004 MM 004202 NC 3/15/2004 Principal - DISORDERLY INTOX - PEDESTRIAN 6/11/2004 CLOSED (CRIMINAL)
MELLQUIST JOHN ALAN 2/6/1959 2013 CF 001460 NC 2/4/2013 Principal - MURDER IN THE SECOND DEGREE Undisposed
MELLQUIST JOHN ALLEN 2/6/1959 2001 MM 003908 NC 3/23/2001 Principal - DAMAGE PROP CRIM MISCH-200 DOLLARS AND UNDER 4/11/2001 Closed

SARASOTA COUNTY — Authorities arrested a homeless man Friday in Warm Mineral Springs after DNA evidence tied him to the 2003 murder of a German citizen who was living in the United States on a tourist visa at the time of her death, according to the Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office. John Alan Mellquist, 54, was charged with second-degree murder in connection with the slaying, which started as a missing person’s case in October 2003 after Anneliese Schweickardt vanished. Authorities found Mellquist living in a tent in unincorporated Sarasota County Friday and he was taken into custody on a warrant, according to a sheriff’s report, but Schweickardt’s body has not been recovered. Schweickardt, 69 at the time of her disappearance, had rented a room in her Sarasota home to Mellquist in March 2003, the report states, but found Mellquist’s habits to be messy.
Schweickardt Photo
Authorities obtained a search warrant in October 2003, and found bloodstain evidence throughout Schweickardt’s home, her photo above. According to a report, it appeared an effort was made to clean up the crime scene, but blood had pooled in the edges of the linoleum floor, staining the concrete in the kitchen and the hallway floors. Blood was also found under a folding door that led to the laundry room, and had splashed under the kitchen cabinets, stove and refrigerator, the report states. Blood was also found on a mop in the laundry room, and Mellquist’s fingerprints were discovered on the mop handle, the report states. Schweickardt’s body was dragged through the garage, where crime scene analysts found bloodied drag marks.

Investigators found Schweickardt’s purse, passport and suitcase still in her bedroom, according to the report. Mellquist was questioned by authorities in June 2003, after he was found sleeping in Schweickardt’s car behind a laundromat. He told deputies he was buying the car from Schweickardt, the report states. He also forged three of Schweickardt’s checks, totaling $300, and used her credit card eight times between April and May of that year. Mellquist was questioned by detectives about Schweickardt’s disappearance, and investigators thought he was lying. Sheriff's spokeswoman Wendy Rose said it took a decade to charge Mellquist for several reasons. Since Schweickardt’s body was never found, and she had no immediate family, it took years for investigators to build a DNA profile of the victim through evidence found at the scene of the crime and personal items left in the residence.

Read more here: http://www.bradenton.com/2013/02/04/4379317/arrest-made-in-decade-old-sarasota.html#emlnl=Afternoon_News_Update#storylink=cpy

Read more here: http://www.bradenton.com/2013/02/04/4379317/arrest-made-in-decade-old-sarasota.html#emlnl=Afternoon_News_Update#storylink=cpy

Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com