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Police: Man killed 87-year-old woman to keep family from testifying against him
By Manuel Gamiz Jr. and Tracy Jordan, Of The Morning Call
9:29 p.m. EDT, June 18, 2013
Hours before the start of his trial on sex assault charges June 10, DaJuan A. Porter went to the Harrisburg area homes of two of his three victims to try to keep them from testifying against him, authorities said.
Porter, 29, of Harrisburg first went to a Derry Township home around 3 a.m., police said.
Joyce J. Roth, 87, of South Whitehall Township was staying there with her son and daughter-in-law, Barry and Patricia Roth, to celebrate her great-grandson's graduation from high school, police said.

At some point in the night, Roth encountered Porter in the Byron Road home and he stabbed her once in the chest, Derry police said Tuesday in announcing first-degree murder charges against Porter. Roth was rushed to the hospital, but died shortly after.

Police said Roth was related to one of the victims in Porter's sex assault case and that person was probably the intended target.
After killing Roth, Porter went to the Lower Paxton Township home of a second sex assault victim and set fire to his home, police said. No one was hurt in the fire.
In the sex assault cases, Porter allegedly tried to perform oral sex on sleeping or unconscious men.
A day after the killing, Porter was arrested and charged in two more sexual assaults and sent to Dauphin County Prison under $1 million bail.
Porter killed Roth in "an attempt to thwart the prosecution of three counts of involuntary deviate sexual intercourse, three counts of sexual assault, and burglary," Derry police said.
News of Roth's death stunned neighbors in her Brickyard Road neighborhood. They described her as a small woman who was in good health. They said she was religious and never raised her voice or used foul language.
Court records show Porter was awaiting trial on burglary and sex assault charges in Harrisburg, and was free under a recognizance bond in October.
Dauphin County District Attorney Ed Marsico Jr. said at a news conference Tuesday that the killing was a "direct result" of the pending sex assault and burglary charges against Porter.
Porter, who had worked as a disc jockey in the Harrisburg area, was arrested last August on burglary and sex assault charges. He allegedly performed oral sex on three unsuspecting men between May 2011 and July 2012. In one case, Porter allegedly broke into the man's apartment from a fire escape.
Porter, formerly of Maryland, has a criminal record in that state stemming from burglary, theft and sex assault charges. In September 2011, according to published reports, Porter tried to perform oral sex on a sleeping cellmate in Worcester County while serving a six-month sentence on a burglary conviction.
Besides first-degree murder, Porter is charged with burglary, arson and two counts each of retaliation against a witness and intimidation of a witness in Roth's death and the Lower Paxton arson.
He was charged June 11 with involuntary deviate sexual intercourse of an unconscious person, attempted involuntary deviate sexual intercourse of an unconscious person and two counts of indecent assault of an unconscious person.
Reporter Pamela Lehman contributed to this story.
Ok, basic summary: this dude used to sneak into people's homes in Harrisburg and blow dudes. He thought one of the people who testified against him was living in this place. The testifier had moved. He found an old lady there, so being a savage he stabbed the old lady to death.

This old lady died because dudes were unhappy to get complimentary blowjobs. What a sad world we live in.