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    Glenn Soliman's (44) body was found eleven days after he vanished

    http://abc13.com/news/family-searchi...visor/1762915/

    Every flyer they hand out could be the one that helps them find their loved one.

    The family of Glenser or Glenn Soliman says he is a 44-year-old Filipino man who has worked as a nursing supervisor at St. Luke's for more than a decade.

    His car is missing, a grey BMW X5 with a memorable personalized plate that says "CHUBEE". They also say nothing was disturbed at his Spring home.

    His sister Arlene Lantion said, "The house was armed properly, the only thing amiss is his bed was unmade and with him being so strict that's a no, no for him."

    His loved ones have gone down the list checking hospitals, tow shops, accident reports and retracing his work route.

    Relatives say Soliman is a responsible, routine oriented person who would never just disappear like this. They believe the last person to talk with him was a church last Thursday night. He didn't show up for his overnight shift later that night.

    "The iPad has an iPhone locator and it's offline, all this time we've tried the phone and it's going to voicemail directly," said Lantion.

    The family has filed a missing person's report with Houston Police.

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    http://www.khou.com/news/local/missi...-dog/415706082

    Missing nurse's body found by man walking dog

    Family and friends of Glenser Soliman got a heartbreaking confirmation 11 days after the St. Luke’s Hospital nurse vanished without a trace.

    The 44-year-old called to check in for his shift as nursing supervisor back on February 16 but never showed up. Loved ones have been trying to reach him, and his phone has been going straight to voicemail.

    Deputies said Soliman's body was found under debris in a wooded area off the 2800 block of Hirschfield Road. A man walking his dog made the startling discovery on Saturday.

    The Harris County Medical Examiner’s Office definitively identified the remains as those of Soliman on Monday.

    “He didn’t do nothing to nobody. He stayed to himself. He worked at night and would come home in the morning,” said neighbor Vicki Cunningham. “That’s all you would see him do is go to work.”

    Soliman’s body was found about 9 miles northwest of his home on Spring City Court. The case is now being investigated as a homicide. However, authorities still haven’t determined a cause or manner of death.

    Investigators also haven’t located Soliman’s missing BMW X5 with the license plate “CHUBEE”.

    “Every day, I’m driving on the freeway looking for his car,” said neighbor Pablo Berruz. “I wish they could find whoever did that because I’ve been thinking about it. I feel so sorry.”

    Neighbors said Soliman was having work done at his home around the time he went missing. They told KHOU 11 News that Soliman was a very responsible person and is not the kind of guy who would disappear on his own free will.

    A spokesman for St. Luke's Hospital in the Houston Medical Center described the staff as “deeply saddened” by Soliman’s death. He said the hospital is extending thoughts and prayers to Soliman’s family.

    This case is being investigated by the Harris County Sheriff's Office Homicide Unit. Anyone with information about this case is asked to contact the Homicide Unit at (713) 274-9100 or Crime Stoppers at (713) 222-TIPS (8477).

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    Definitely not the outcome anyone wanted. RIP Glenn.

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    I guess the body was hidden, that's why they suspect foul play? Could it have been a suicide, and the debris covered his body from a storm or something?

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    http://www.houstonchronicle.com/news...p-11740778.php

    Two slain men possibly lured by dating app, investigators say-More victims are feared in work of serial killers

    A dating app link-up may have lured two Houston-area men to their deaths in what could be the work of serial killers, Harris County sheriff's investigators said Monday in warning the public to be wary of meeting strangers online.

    Investigators didn't publicly identify the app, but said the killers may have been targeting Asian men when they went after Glenser Soliman, a 44-year-old St. Luke's Medical Center nurse whose body was found Feb. 25, and An Vinh Nguyen, a 26-year-old University of Houston student last seen March 31.

    Both of their vehicles were found abandoned in the Spring area. Nguyen's credit cards were also taken, though details were not available about whether items were stolen from Soliman.

    Detectives warned there may be additional victims.

    "It is possible that there were other victims, or victims that did get away who could give us more information," said lead investigator Mike Ritchie
    Two cousins who lived together in the Spring area in northwest Harris County are suspected in the deaths, Ritchie said.

    On Monday, a capital murder charge was filed against Brandon Alexander Lyons, 18, who is accused of strangling Soliman and striking him with an unknown object. Lyons has been held in the Harris County Jail under a $200,000 bond since April, when he was charged with stealing Soliman's vehicle.

    Lyons' cousin, Jerrett Jamal Allen, 26, a suspect in Nguyen's death, is being sought on a charge of unlawfully using the student's credit cards. He was last spotted in April, using the cards in El Paso, detectives said.

    Investigators have not ruled out the possibility the men were slain by serial killers though robbery appears the most likely motive, Ritchie said.
    Link to An Vinh Nguyen's thread: http://mydeathspace.com/vb/showthrea...-since-3-31-17

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    https://www.click2houston.com/news/n...unity-in-texas

    Equality Texas launched a campaign Wednesday to raise awareness of the violence against the LGBTQ community.

    In addition to the initiative, Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo said every police officer will go through new training to protect transgender Houstonians.

    “It is imperative that we not only appreciate our differences, but make it a priority to protect any person or group who es differences make them a target of violence,” said Acevedo.

    A new report by the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs showed Texas was the epicenter of an ‘"epidemic of violence" against the LGBTQ community, saying seven murders in Texas in 2017 and three of them were in Houston.

    Glenser Solimon, 44, was found dead on Feb. 25, 2017. He worked as a nurse. Two cousins, Brandon Alexander Lyons and Jerrett Jamal Allen are charged with capital murder in the case.

    An Vinh Nguyen, 26, went missing last March and was presumed dead. He was a University of Houston student.

    Police believe both, Solimon and Nguyen, were lured to their deaths using a dating app.

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    https://www.google.com/amp/s/nypost....?source=images
    This link has pics of the sacks of shit...ehem suspects

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    I would like to share a random story of the last conversation I had with Glen, about a week before he disappeared. We both worked at Baylor St Luke's Medical Center at the time--I worked in PACU and he was the manager of the orthopedic unit.

    I recovered a middle aged man from an orthopedic procedure and gave him everything but the kitchen sink in terms of pain medication but because of his chronic opioid use for chronic pain he was still uncomfortable and cranky. It was getting late, close to the 6:30 deadline for patients to order what they want for dinner from the room service menu, so I offered to call in an order for him. He declined, so I told him that if he gets hungry later, the staff of the orthopedic unit can order him an "after hours tray." He said ok and the transportation orderly took him up to his room in Glen's unit.

    Not even 30 minutes later I got a phone call from a very irritated Glen because the patient was acting stank upstairs. 30 minutes after declining my offer to order him whatever he want he decided he wanted to eat after all (past the ordering deadline) so Glen brought him an after hours tray, which consists of a sandwich, chips and some pudding...

    ...The patient became enraged and started making a scene, stating that I had promised him "a meal." Glen called me and demanded to know "Why did you promise him a meal when you know its just an after hours tray?! Why didn't you order him something before the deadline?!"

    I said "I offered to order him something but he said no, and I'm really sorry but I grew up poor so to me, a sandwich and chips IS a meal."

    We chalked it up to a miscommunication and that was the last time we spoke. I hate that the last time we spoke was all because of a STUPID SANDWICH.

    At the time of his disappearance the were a few other murders along that stretch of I-45 so the news began stirring up paranoia by running stories about the "I-45 serial killer." Nurses at the Texas Medical Center hospitals were instructed to not stop at the store or the gas station on their way home from work in the evening for fear of being murdered by someone targeting nurses (we're easy targets). I was very pregnant at the time and would have to deliberately dehydrate myself before my shift ended because I was too scared to stop and use the bathroom anywhere during my 90 minute commute home.

    Glen's funeral was strange. Because they hadn't found the killer yet at that time, law enforcement wouldn't tell anyone, even his family, how he was killed, and they MADE his funeral be closed casket so that people couldn't see that he had been strangled. I didn't know they could do that. They had plain clothed officers at the funeral, looking to see if maybe the killer would return to see his handiwork. He did not. It was very surreal.

    Glen was a very hardworking nurse at the expense of his health (obesity, sleep apnea, diabetes, etc) and his personal life (hence why he met his would be murderer on Grindr). We'll always remember him for the sacrifices he made for the benefit of the orthopedic unit and his patients.

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    Thanks for the personal story about Glenn. Unfortunately in life we have these things happen that don't mean much at the time, and then when something happens we look back at it with different eyes and regret. Glenn seemed like a really nice guy from all that I have read.

    This and An Vinh Nguyen's murders were so senseless and he and Glenn both seemed like the type of people who tried to make the world a better place...and then these pieces of crap come along and snuff out that goodness.

    I hope they bring these cases to trial soon...I am not sure if they ever even apprehended the 2nd guy.

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