NORFOLK, Va. – This week, Norfolk police cold case investigators have charged three people in a murder, stemming from a homicide that occurred in 2007.
On December 28, 2007, the body of 26-year-old Lori V. Jordan was discovered in a wooded area in the 1100 block of Vista Street in the Barraud Park section of Norfolk. Initially, detectives classified her death as undetermined, however never ruled out the possibility of foul play. Over the next few years, homicide detectives worked diligently to gather evidence, and developed leads, however, no one was arrested for her death.
In 2012, Norfolk cold case investigators began looking into Jordan’s death, and based on their extensive investigation over the past four years, three people were indicted for Jordan’s murder on July 6, 2016.
Frank W. Everett, 78, of the 800 block of East Ocean View Avenue, Teressa A. Everett, 64, of Norfolk and Billy W. Everett, 46, of Hampton have all been charged with one count each of first degree murder, conspiracy to commit first degree murder, concealment of a dead body and defilement of a dead body.
All three were indicted yesterday by the Grand Jury held in Norfolk Circuit Court.
Frank and Teressa Everett are held in the Norfolk City Jail with no bond.
Billy Everett is currently in custody in another jurisdiction.
There is no other information available for release at this time. The cases are pending with the Norfolk Commonwealth's Attorney's Office and for more information, please contact Amanda Howie the Communications Director with the Norfolk Commonwealth's Attorney's Office.