We Remember 2021
We Remember is a memorial to Minnesota’s victims of intimate partner homicide. Each of these victims is someone’s child, parent, sibling, family member, intimate partner, friend, neighbor, or co-worker.
January 30, 2021
TeKeith Jones, 26, shot and killed his ex-girlfriend D’Zondria D. Wallace, 30, her 14 year-old daughter, La’Porsha, and her 11 year-old son, Ja’Corbie, in their St. Paul home on January 30. Prior to the shooting, one of D’Zondria’s relatives called police and requested a welfare check. Police arrived around an hour before the murders and spoke to directly to D’Zondria, who told officers she was "OK." Family members arrived at the home, and found D’Zondria and La’Porsha dead. Ja’Corbie was still alive and told police that “Keith” had shot them. Ja’Corbie later died from his wounds at a hospital.
D’Zondria was trying to leave her relationship with Jones due to his abusive behavior. In the past, friends witnessed Jones threatening D’Zondria’s life and family members said Jones would often show up at D’Zondria’s home unannounced. In December, Jones broke into D’Zondria's home through a window and assaulted her. The following morning, he fired his gun at D’Zondria. That same month, D’Zondria told a friend that she was pregnant. While in custody, TeKeith Jones
told police he killed La’Porsha and Ja’Corbie because their mother was “playing mind games and corrupting the kids.” He is charged with three counts of second-degree murder.
Todd “Jimmy” Wilemon
February 1, 2021
Todd “Jimmy” Wilemon, 58, was shot and killed by David Peterson, 49, at their workplace in Mahtomedi on February 1. Todd was in a relationship with Peterson’s wife, moved to Blaine from Mississippi last year to be closer to her and worked at the trucking company she co-owned with Peterson. On the morning of February 1, Todd was filling his truck with gas at a station located on the trucking company property when Peterson shot him in the back of the head. Peterson then shot himself and committed suicide. Peterson’s wife filed for divorce on January 26. Todd “Jimmy” Wilemon leaves behind two daughters, and three stepchildren.
February 7, 2021
Jeanine Greyblood, 37, was killed by her husband Jonathan Greyblood, 30, in Little Falls, on or about February 7. Jeanine and Jonathan were last seen together at a friend's house on February 6, involved in an argument as they left. Jonathan returned to the friend's house in the early morning hours of February 7, with scratches on his face. He claimed Jeanine attacked him and then asked him to drop her off at a park, even though she had no coat or purse. Shortly afterward, Jonathan said he went back to the park, but could not find Jeanine. She was reported missing, but police found her body on the afternoon of February 7, under an overpass in Little Falls. Autopsy results are still pending to determine the exact cause of death, but Jonathan was arrested on suspicion of murder, and is expected to be charged with Jeanine's death this week. Jeanine Greyblood leaves behind five children.
Lacy Jo Marie Krube
February 21, 2021
Lacy Jo Marie Krube, 36, was found dead on February 21 in her St. Paul home. Following a call of an overdose to Lacy's home on February 21, police officers determined that Lacy had been severely beaten by her boyfriend, Timothy Heller, 42, in Brooklyn Park the night before. A medical examiner found the injuries sustained resulted in her death, and was ruled a homicide. Timothy Heller was arrested on February 23, but has yet to be charged.