Forty-four year old Pam Kinamore is the third confirmed victim of the serial killer. She was reported missing by her husband on Friday July 12th after he returned home late to find her vehicle parked in the drive, a full tub of bath water drawn and no sign of Pam. There were also signs of a struggle.
Authorities immediately launched a full scale search for Pam, which included a ground and helicopter search near the couple's Briarwood Estates home. As the search entered day four authorities were doubtful that Pam would be found alive. DOTD workers would later find Pam's naked body, Tuesday July 16th, under the Whiskey Bay Bridge of Interstate-10. Her throat was slit.
With a third body of a Baton Rouge woman found, authorities began to question if they had a serial killer on the loose. On July 29th all speculation would be put to rest when DNA tests conclusively linked Pam's murder to the same man that killed Gina Wilson Green and Charlotte Murray Pace.
As with Green and Pace authorities say there was no sign of a forced entry into Pam's home. However, her keys were found still in the door, with her purse and wallet on the table. Kinamore's family have since dedicated their life to bringing justice for Pam, even offering a $100,000 reward for any informaition that would lead to the arrest and indictment of her killer.