Colleen Slemmer was a student at Job Corps in Knoxville when she met Pike and Shipp. Pike became jealous of fellow Job Corp student Colleen Slemmer, then 19. There, Pike met and fell for a young man named Tadaryl Shipp, one year her junior. He was booked into the Davidson County Jail on a $75,000 bond. She is currently on Death Row awaiting execution. Miller's death leaves four inmates sentenced by Knox County juries to wait their turns in the death chamber, including two who hold a kind of celebrity status among the condemned. When detectives confronted King, he admitted killing Smith, turned over the rifle and led them to the spot where he'd hidden the parts he stripped from the car. The racial elements — Christian and Newsom were white, their kidnappers and killers black — became a rallying cry among white separatists and other far-right groups. "I think it's wrong. Pike became jealous of fellow Job Corp student Colleen Slemmer, then 19. Pike would’ve been executed August 19, 2002 if not for the additional legal trouble. She became jealous of Colleen Slemmer when she thought Slemmer was interested in Shipp and Pike became set on a vendetta. A jury sentenced Suttles to death Nov. 4, 1997. Pike almost escaped from prison in March 2012. © 2020 www.knoxnews.com. She became jealous of Colleen Slemmer when she thought Slemmer was interested in Shipp and Pike became set on a vendetta. David Earl Miller became the third inmate executed in Tennessee this year Thursday night — and the third from Knox County since 1960. Pike believed Slemmer was trying to steal Shipp and lured her into a violent trap. Terry Lynn King, 56, has been waiting since 1985, when a jury sentenced him to death for kidnapping, robbing and killing Diana Smith. TENNESSEE EXECUTIONS:David Earl Miller's death clears way for 3 more executions from East Tennessee, FIRSTHAND ACCOUNT:What I saw when I watched David Earl Miller die in the electric chair. This week marked 20 years since the brutal murder of a teenage girl in Knoxville. She ran. First published on March 21, 2012 / 4:38 PM. A new execution date has yet to be announced. Wait, what, there’s no death date. Christa Gail Pike claimed she did it for love — and for Satan. Pike became jealous of fellow Job Corp student Colleen Slemmer, then 19. The chunk of skull is considered evidence in an open case. Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window). / CBS News. Martinez says Tennessee has returned other parts of Colleen through the years, sometimes without any warning. McConnell: Senate to vote next week on GOP COVID-19 relief bill, U.S. sees over 69,000 new virus cases – most in a single day since July, Trump rallies in Wisconsin after state reports record-high COVID cases, New Zealand's Jacinda Ardern wins second term in landslide, Federal government to execute first woman since 1953, Suspect in teacher's beheading in France was Chechen teen, Michigan bans guns at polling places on Election Day, "Big pile" of eels dumped at lake in Brooklyn park, Shark Lab tags record number of sharks off Southern Calif. coast, Battleground Tracker: Latest polls, state of the race and more, 5 things to know about CBS News' 2020 Battleground Tracker, CBS News coverage of voting rights issues.