Mansfield Police seek help in solving Sunday night's drive-by murder

Lester Mason
April 12, 2018

Weinblatt said she's always kept hope alive that police would find the person responsible for killing her sister, but that it had grown more hard as the years passed.

Ian Mitcham is the main suspect in Allison Feldman's 2015 murder in Scottsdale, according to police.

"This was never a cold case", said one law enforcement official on Tuesday.

The 31-year-old medical sales rep was murdered in her south Scottsdale home on February 17, 2015.

Police arrested Ahilan Chandrasekaramoorthy, 30, suspected of involvement in a murder that occurred April 10 at a 7-Eleven convenience store in the O'Connor Drive and Donlands Avenue area around 3 am.

Investigators determined Feldman died of massive blood loss from a large laceration to the back of her head.

Police Chief Ken Coontz said Terrance Travon Harris was killed after a drive-by shooting at 8:42 p.m. Harris was transported to Ohio Health Hospital in Mansfield. "We wish we wouldn't be here but if we're here, we're glad he's been caught by police".

"By the start, we've said that investigation is also has been driven by forensic science and evidence".

"Who is this guy, why did he go into my sister's house, what did he want, why did he do this?" "I know the trial will deal with a lot of details but I'll be there, I'll be supporting her in any way I can".

"I didn't know if this day would ever happen", she said.

"Everyone was more important to Allison than herself", he said. When no match was found, police asked the Arizona Department of Public Safety to conduct a strenuous familial DNA test. Years later, a family link was established and investigators were able to identify a family member in the justice system. He was shown a picture of her boyfriend, and denied knowing him.

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