Killer clown murder: Police finally make an arrest 27 years later
On May 26, 1990, Marlene Warren answered her front door to a person dressed as a clown who then shot her in the face.
Sheriffs arrest woman in 'Killer Clown' murder 27 years later: Part 5
Sheila Keen-Warren, who married Michael Warren 12 years after the murder, was charged with Marlene Warren's murder.
Investigators attempt to solve 'Killer Clown' murder: Part 3
At the time, prosecutors felt that there simply wasn't enough evidence to get a conviction in Marlene Warren's murder.
Woman says she believes she may have sold 'Killer Clown' the costume: Part 2
Deborah Offord and Barbara Castricone say detectives asked them about a customer who bought a clown costume.
Person dressed as a clown shoots woman at her front door: Part 1
Witnesses told police that a clown carrying balloons and some flowers shot Marlene Warren in the face.
Husband of 'killer clown' suspect says she's 'falsely accused'
Michael Warren, the husband of Sheila Keen Warren, who is accused of dressing up as a clown and killing Warren's first wife nearly three decades ago, also calls the allegations "very serious .... and very unfair."
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