Michigan man arrested and extradited for 1991 cold case murder in Highland

News headline from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department:

On February 17, 1991, Horace Terry was shot to death in the Rimrock Apartment Complex in the 7800 block of Sterling Avenue in Highland.  Jullian Terry Cane was identified as the possible murder suspect in 1991, but he fled the state and was never interviewed.  Attempts to locate him were unsuccessful and he remained at large.

In February this year, deputies from Sheriff’s Specialized Enforcement Division reviewed the active fugitive files and attempted to locate Jullian Cane.  They developed information that led them to believe Cane was in Westland, Michigan, using the name Alfred Woods.  The information was passed onto the Sheriff’s Homicide Cold Case Team.

The investigation was reviewed and additional interviews were conducted.  Detectives were able to confirm Alfred Terrance Woods was Jullian Cane and gathered additional evidence of the murder.

On April 9th, Deputy District Attorney John Thomas re-filed the case under the new name of Alfred Woods.  The warrant was amended.  The US Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force in Detroit, Michigan arrested Woods on April 13th.

Woods, 49, was extradited to California by the Sheriff’s Cold Case Team on April 27th.  Woods was booked into the West Valley Detention Center for murder and he is currently being held on the “No Bail” warrant.

The Sheriff’s Homicide Detail Cold Case team is funded in part through a $500,000 grant award from the U.S Department of Justice.

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Monday, April 30, 2012


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