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Richard Harley GREENWAY





Classification: Murderer
Characteristics: Robbery
Number of victims: 2
Date of murder: March 27, 1988
Date of birth: October 14, 1968
Victims profile: Lili Champagne and her 17-year-old daughter, Mindy
Method of murder: Shooting (.22 rifle)
Location: Pima County, Arizona, USA
Status: Sentenced to death on June 15, 1989

Date of Birth: October 14, 1968
Defendant: Caucasian
Victim: Caucasian

On March 27, 1988, Greenway and Christopher Lincoln. burglarized the Tucson home of Lili Champagne.

Greenway shot and killed Mrs. Champagne and her 17-year-old daughter, Mindy, with a .22 rifle. He and Lincoln then stole some property, including Mrs. Champagne's Porsche. The two later abandoned the Porsche after setting it on fire.

Greenway later boasted to a jail inmate that he had killed the women because they had seen his face. Lincoln, a juvenile, was tried as an adult and convicted for the murders. He received concurrent life sentences.


    Presiding Judge: William Scholl
    Prosecutor: Kenneth Peasley
    Start of Trial: March 13, 1989
    Verdict: March 17, 1989
    Sentencing: June 15, 1989

Aggravating Circumstances:

    Pecuniary gain    
    Especially heinous/cruel/depraved
    Multiple homicides

Mitigating Circumstances:

    Age of defendant (19)


    State v. Greenway, 170 Ariz. 155, 823 P.2d 22 (1991)



Richard Harley Greenway



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