OCCK

Arch Sloan was first identified to the King family on July 17, 2012 when the Oakland County Prosecutor publicly requested information on his possible involvement in the murders. The Task Force had obtained mDNA evidence indicating the similarities between hairs found on Mark Stebbins, the first victim, Tim King and a hair found in the car of Sloan. However, the mDNA match was not to Sloan but apparently some passenger in his car. On August 29, 2012 Oakland County Deputy Sheriff, Gary Miller advised me that the request for information came from his office and did not originate in the Prosecutor’s office.

The King family has always encouraged the Sloan investigation and is disappointed that for over 6 years no one has identified the source of these hairs. The Task Force recently contacted me concerning the Sloan investigation and I do not intend to present any further statement at this time. However, sometime before I finish this Story I may file an amendment to Chapter 32.

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OCCK

The King family learned more about the Lamborgine relationship to the OCCK murders when we received a police report in October, 2013. Lamborgine came to the attention of the OCCK Case Task Force and the Livonia Police Department in February, 2005. A murder suspect, Richard Lawson, advised the investigators that his friend, Bob Moore, stated Lamborgine had showed him a picture of Tim King naked in one of Moore’s photo albums.

In September 2005 Lamborgine was polygraphed and failed the examination regarding his involvement in the OCCK case. This was the first failure of approximately 300 polygraphs conducted in the 30 year history of the OCCK Case. After working with Kym Worthy and Robert Moran from the Wayne County Prosecutor’s office, the investigators located 14 victims that would testify against Lamborgine in his 30 year old pedophile case.

In April 2007, Lamborgine turned down an opportunity to cooperate in the OCCK Case in exchange for a possible plea agreement. He pled guilty on all pedophile accounts and was sentenced to life in prison. Prior to my daughter, Cathy’s telephone call in July 2007, the Task Force listed Lamborgine as the number one suspect and Bob Moore (then deceased) as a number 2 suspect in the OCCK Case.

The King family also understands that Laborgine may have made admission to another jail inmate about being involved in the OCCK Case. Hearsay evidence indicated that Lamborgine was not the one who murdered the victims, but that he molested all of the kids from the OCCK case. I do not have further results of this part of the investigation.

Even after Lamborgine was in prison, the Task Force Representatives offered to change his name and move him to a federal prison if he could provide information on the OCCK Case. Lamborgine did not accept this offer.

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