Gaston County, NC - Danny Robbie Hembree Jr., 50, was convicted of the 2009 suffocation death of 17-year-old Heather Catterton after they reportedly shared a sexual encounter for which Catterton received crack cocaine. Hembree was sentenced to death for Catterton’s murder on Nov 18 by a Gaston County jury. Show More Summary
Convicted murderer and death row inmate Danny Robbie Hembree Jr. is living a life of leisure or at least that’s his take on his death row stay. In a letter to his hometown newspaper The Gaston Gazette the man who murdered 17-year-old Heather Catterton in 2009 and potentially two other women who he admitted to having sex with [...]Show More Summary
A murderer awaiting execution in North Carolina wrote a letter to his hometown newspaper ridiculing the justice system and describing his life in prison as one of "leisure." 50-year-old Danny Robbie Hembree Jr. is on death row for killing teenager Heather Catterton in 2009, reports ABC News. Hembree sent the...
Death row inmate Danny Robbie Hembree Jr., 50, taunted readers, writing "Kill me if you can, suckers!"
In answer to our question from last month, police have charged one man, Danny Robbie Hembree Jr., 47, with the two recent murders of women in Gaston County as well as a third murder from 1992. That, ladies and gents, is a serial killer. A second man, James Arthur Swanson, 41, was also charged with [...]