Murder of Jill-Lyn Euto Biography
Jill-Lyn Euto (March 20, 1982 – January 28, 2001) was an eighteen-year-old American woman from Syracuse, New York who was found murdered on January 28, 2001. Her mother found her stabbed to death in her apartment. Her murder remains unsolved.
Murder of Jill-Lyn Euto is a famous Event, who was born on March 20, 1982 in United States.
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An annual candlelight vigil for Jill took place from 2001 to 2007 to remember Jill and raise awareness.
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Euto had previously made plans to watch the Super Bowl with her mother and sister on January 28, 2001. When Euto did not show up, her mother, Joanne Browning, called her phone and received no answer. On January 29, Joanne called Euto’s work and was told that she had not shown up for a scheduled shift.
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In 2006, Joanne Browning filed a lawsuit against the property owner of the apartment. The complaint alleged that the property owners failed to “take minimal precautions to protect decedent from foreseeable harm from the criminal conduct of a third party.” The case was dismissed due to lack of proof of negligence on behalf of the property owner.