What Has Happened to Damien Guerrero and Kinzie Noordman as a result of the Kelly Bullwinkle Murder?

What Has Happened to Damien Guerrero and Kinzie Noordman as a result of the Kelly Bullwinkle Murder? ...

'Mean Girl Murders: Goth Girl Gone,' a documentary on an 18-year-old college freshman in Redlands, California, was uncovered a month later. The authorities solved her homicide with old-school detective research and anonymous informants' suggestions, so please get back to us.

What Was the Reason for Kelly Bullwinkle's Death?

Kelly Laurel Bullwinkle was born on June 8, 1985, to the late Diana Dolores Gonzalez Bullwinkle in California. Throughout her freshman year at Redlands East Valley High School, she excelled at communication and writing. Amy Locust described her as a quiet, steady girl who kept a journal.

Kelly was a loner with a single mother who worked in the Coast Guard, but often had the house to herself. She loved horses, played the clarinet, and competed in track and cross country. After finishing high school, the 18-year-old was a freshman at Crafton Hills College and worked part-time at a local fast-food restaurant called Baker's Drive-Thru.

Kelly was reported missing on September 15, 2003 after nobody had seen her for two days. She was last seen on September 13, leaving the restaurant after finishing her shift. She and her friends put up posters throughout the town and broadcast her story on television. However, three men discovered her body near the orange groves in San Timoteo Canyon.

According to rumors, the men discovered body parts sticking from a thrown-away couch and informed the authorities. Kelly was shot twice, one fatal shot in the front of her head, and another grazing bullet wound to the side of her head. A.25-caliber shell casing was also discovered inside the grave, indicating the weapon used in the murder.

Kelly Bullwinkle was killed by who?

Kelly was a loner and struggled with her sexuality. She joined the Redlands East Valley High School goth girl group headed by Kinzie Gene Noordman and Elody Romero. Elody's boyfriend was portrayed as a dark and handsome guy who liked Quentin Tarantino's books.

Kelly and Elody had a somewhat tense relationship, according to the episode, because the former's boyfriend, Damien, was said to have intentions of ending his relationship with Kelly in public, but the two shared a far more intimate connection when alone. In August 2003, the authorities discovered Kelly's body.

Elody reportedly told Kelly to hold off and threatened to assault her. Despite her alleged threats, Kelly was eventually ruled out as a suspect due to her alibi.

Damien claimed that he and Kelly went to an Ontario Mills mall, ate a Saturday night dinner, and saw 'Once Upon a Time in Mexico' at a Redlands movie theater on September 13th. However, he initially denied owning a firearm until investigators traced the gun to a friend of Damien's brother.

Kinzie confessed to being with Kelly on the night of September 13 when she was pressed harder, and she confessed to the crime. She stated to the cops that she and Damien planned to frighten Kelly by pointing a pistol at her and showing her the grave they had dug the day before.

Kinzie claimed to have engaged in a joke when Damien accidentally fired a pistol, causing Kelly to feel immense pain. The pair then took Kelly's body to the hospital before attempting to hide her identity.

What Has Happened to Damien Guerrero and Kinzie Noordman?

Kinzie had also assisted Kelly's mother in looking for her missing daughter, posting flyers, and participating in search groups, but she misled authorities by pointing fingers at Kelly's alleged drug addiction and her relationship with two local drug dealers, Jim Duncan and Bob Kirkland.

Kinzie had every opportunity to speak up, even by calling 911 [after Guerrero fired his first shot], and she did not. Kelly, then 21, was sentenced to 45 years to life in prison in May 2005 after being convicted of first-degree murder and carrying a handgun during a murder.

Damien was advised that he may be granted parole in October 2019. However, Governor Gavin Newsom reversed the decision in March 2020. His next parole hearing in April 2021 was also rejected. According to official records, Kinzie, 39, is serving her time at the California Institution for Women in Corona.

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