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A Search for Closure

Michael Dickerson, who admitted that he shot Shaquita Bell in 1996 and hid her remains in rural Prince George's County, has yet to find the wooded spot where he dug her grave.

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Article | A District man has been charged in two killings that took place more than 11 years ago, including the slaying of a woman who disappeared from her family's home in Alexandria, D.C. Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier said yesterday.
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With Help of Killer, Woman's Remains May Soon Be Found
Article | Two weeks before she disappeared in 1996, Shaquita Bell told D.C. homicide detectives that she heard her boyfriend describe how he fatally shot a man in a gunfight. Police later suspected that the boyfriend, Michael Dickerson, killed Bell to prevent her from testifying against him. And for years,...

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