Dallas Serial Killer Goes for Record
Who is Jeremy Harris, the alleged Red Oak Monster?
Police describe Jeremy Harris as a “serial killer.” Any regular viewers of shows like Criminal Minds know that most “unsub” (“unknown subject”) serial killers are middle-age White men. They often go after minority victims out of malice and racism. Cool looking black guys usually outwit them.
But, in an odd reversal of what we see on TV, Harris turns out to be a black guy who allegedly terrorized mostly white people.
Harris, 31 years old, has been causing trouble in Collin County since at least August 31, 2015 when Amber Adele Carter sought out a protective order against him. He was a regular in Collin County court cases through May 2, 2018, when Amber Carter last filed for another protective order against him. How he remained out of trouble between May 2, 2018 and October 2020 is not known at this time. We do know that he would not have been alleged to have committed a series of recent crimes and that a number of people would allegedly be alive today had he been locked up for a long time back in 2018.
Now, police allege that on November 18, 2020, he killed Amber Carter’s father, Blair Carter, and set fire to his house. Carter was actually the 8th victim so far to have been attacked by Harris since October 31 of this year. Three others died in seemingly random attacks. Of the so-far-identified victims, all but one were White.
Prior to allegedly killing Blair Carter, Harris had allegedly been on a spree of violent, random attacks.
Victim 1: October 31, 2020
On October 31, 19-year-old Robert ‘Jaden’ Urrea, a Southern Methodist student, was waiting for a ride-share vehicle in downtown Dallas after celebrating Halloween when a white Ford Taurus with chrome rims and tinted windows pulled over.
Victim 2: November 14, 2020
On Saturday evening, 36-year-old Adam Gautreau was shot and killed while panhandling at the intersection of Empire Central Drive and North Stemmons Freeway.
Victim 3: November 14, 2020
Thirty minutes after Gautreau’s murder, 57-year-old Kenneth Hamilton was driving home in Dallas when this black Chevy Tahoe SUV pulled up beside him at a red light and the driver opened fire
Victims 4 and 5 November 16, 2020 (survived)
He almost killed Stephanie Boyd and Marshall Thomas.
Boyd and Thomas were driving home after visiting friends near White Rock Lake just after 1:00 a.m. Nov. 16. The driver of a black SUV pulled up beside them, opened fire and drove off.
Victims 6 and 7, November 18, 2020 (survived)
Denton police on Friday also identified Harris as the gunman who opened fire on two women on a Denton road.
A 20-year-old driver and her 20-year-old passenger told police that they were driving when a vehicle pulled up beside them and a person opened fire.
Unfortunately, our boy Jeremy “Shoot ‘em While Dey Ain’t Lookin’” Harris won’t break the record for serial killers in Dallas history.
That record belongs to Billy Kipkorir Chemirmir (born December 8, 1972) a Kenyan accused of the murders of 14 elderly women in Dallas, Texas and its surrounding suburbs, from March 2016 to March 2018. In total, Chemirmir has been indicted for 14 murders and more are suspected. Civil suits have also been filed accusing him of a further eight similar murders.
In recent decades, blacks in America have been about 10x more likely to be a serial killer than a white American according to reports using FBI data. An unknown serial killer is about 30% more likely to turn out to be black than white. Yet all across the country, we’ve got leftist revolutionaries burning down cities and making demands based on a conspiracy theory. Not a conspiracy theory about QAnon, but an easily refuted theory that blacks are being genocided in the streets by police, or Donald Trump, or whomever else the media feels like blaming.
What’s up with that, dawg?
Collin County records
366-54848-2015 Amber Adele Carter v. Jeremy Rashaud Harris 08/31/2015 Protective Order Closed Wheless, Ray
32-JM-15-3939 The State of Texas vs.Jeremy Harris 09/16/2015 Emergency Protective Order Case is Closed Payton, John E.
219-80649-2016 The State of Texas vs. Jeremy Rashaud Harris 03/03/2016 Filed by Indictment Disposed Becker, Scott J.
219-80751-2016 The State of Texas vs. Jeremy Rashaud Harris 03/22/2016 Filed by Indictment Disposed Becker, Scott J.
219-80752-2016 The State of Texas vs. Jeremy Rashaud Harris 03/22/2016 Filed by Indictment Disposed Becker, Scott J.
001-82019-2016 The State of Texas VS. Harris, Jeremy Rashaud 03/22/2016 Adult Misdemeanor Disposed Mason, Corinne A.
32-JM-17-4778 The State of Texas vs.Jeremy Harris 11/13/2017 Emergency Protective Order Administratively Closed Payton, John E.
219-83841-2017 The State of Texas vs. Jeremy Rashaud Harris 11/28/2017 Filed by Indictment Disposed Becker, Scott J.
468-52648-2018 Amber Adele Carter vs. Jeremy Rashaud Harris 05/02/2018 Protective Order Closed Wynne, Lindsey
Tommy Oliver contributed to this report