Crime On a Government Reservation - Homicide
Rosemary L. Godbolt, Rosemary Lorraine Molder, Rosemary Lorraine Davis, Rosemary L. Molder, Rosemary Lorraine Godbolt, Ann Godbolt, R. Lorraine Godbolt-Molder
|Date(s) of Birth Used
||July 29, 1967
|Place of Birth
||Police dispatcher, Convenience store clerk
|Scars and Marks
||Rosemary Lorraine Godbolt-Molder has scars on both knees.
Rosemary Lorraine Godbolt-Molder is being sought for the murder of her 5-year-old stepson. On August 22, 1989, Rayshon Omar Alexxander was transported from his residence in Fort Bliss, Texas, to an army medical center with injuries. Alexxander was pronounced dead on the same date by physicians at the medical facility. Additionally, examination of the victim disclosed numerous bruises throughout his body, which indicated a fractured skull and possible physical abuse. An autopsy later revealed that Alexxander died as a result of extensive child abuse.
Godbolt-Molder was arrested and indicted by a Western District of Texas Federal Grand Jury at El Paso, Texas, for homicide on a government reservation. Godbolt-Molder was released on bond on October 4, 1989. After Godbolt-Molder violated the terms of her release, by failing to report to her Pre-trial Service Officer while her trial was still pending, her bond was revoked on April 27, 1993. A federal warrant was then issued by the United States District Court, Western District of Texas, for Godbolt-Molder's arrest.
SHOULD BE CONSIDERED AN ESCAPE RISK