Craig Price, undated photo, Park Elementary School, Warwick.
Craig Price, 15, is escorted by Warwick
Patrolman Raymond Cahoon, left, and Detective Daniel Gillis, right, into
Kent County Court House in Warwick, R.I., on Sept. 18, 1989. Journal-Bulletin
file photo, 1989, by Norman A. Sylvia via Associated Press
Convicted murderer Craig Price listens in
this 1998 file photo during his violation hearing at Garrahy
Complex in Providence, R.I., as Judge Albert E. DeRobbio finds that he
probation by attacking a correctional officer. Journal-Bulletin
file photo, 1998, via Associated Press
Pictured are retired Warwick, R.I., police
detectives Kevin Collins, left, and Tim Colgan. Colgan, who in 1989 took
the confession of murderer Craig Price, was first on the murder scene of
Joan Heaton and her two daughters, Melissa and Jennifer. Collins, with
members of the victims' families, formed "Citizens Opposed to the
Release of Craig Price (CORP)." Associated Press photo by Steven Senne
Attorney Jeffrey Pine was Rhode Island
assistant attorney general at the time of the 1989 multiple murders
Craig Price in the Buttonwoods section of Warwick, R.I. Associated Press
photo by Steven Senne
Craig Price sits in
Providence Family Court during a hearing, Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2004,
in Providence, R.I. in a bid to have his prison sentence reduced.
Price is serving 29 years for the murders of Joan Heaton and her
daughters, Melissa and Jennifer, who were his neighbors in Warwick.
He was 13 at the time of the murders. He also confessed to a
separate 1987 murder in that city.
(AP Photo/Andrew Dickerman,
Craig Chandler Price
Family photo of Rebecca "Becky" Spencer, with her son Steven, around