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Trial and conviction On Monday evening, October 19, the Phoenix police entered the bungalow where Le Roi and Samuelson resided for the first time; neighbors and reporters were also allowed in and subsequently destroyed the original integrity of the crime scene.

The following day the bungalow's landlord took out ads to be placed in The Arizona Republic and The Phoenix Evening Gazette newspapers informing the public that tours of the home were available for ten cents per person.

Meanwhile, Judd's brother had dropped his sister off somewhere in Los Angeles where she proceeded to disappear.

Judd hid out until she surrendered to police in a funeral home the following Friday, October 23, 1931.

The murder was reported in headlines across the country and Judd came to be referred to in the press as "Tiger Woman" and "The Blonde Butcher".

Eventually, the case itself came to be known in the media as "The Trunk Murders".

Although one mattress was later found with no blood stains on it miles away in a vacant lot, the other remained missing.The murders According to police, on the night of October 16, 1931, Le Roi and Samuelson were murdered by Judd after an alleged fight among the three women over a conflict of interestreportedly, all three were interested in the same man, prominent Phoenix businessman John J. Halloran, 44, was a married local businessman and a friend of all three women.The prosecution at Judd's murder trial would suggest that quarrels over men and the relationship between Le Roi and Samuelson broke up the friendship of the three women, and that jealousy was the motive for the killings.No explanation was ever offered as to why one was found so far away nor what ever became of the other mattress.The trial began January 19, 1932, three months after the bodies had been discovered in the trunks.

Although one mattress was later found with no blood stains on it miles away in a vacant lot, the other remained missing.The murders According to police, on the night of October 16, 1931, Le Roi and Samuelson were murdered by Judd after an alleged fight among the three women over a conflict of interestreportedly, all three were interested in the same man, prominent Phoenix businessman John J. Halloran, 44, was a married local businessman and a friend of all three women.The prosecution at Judd's murder trial would suggest that quarrels over men and the relationship between Le Roi and Samuelson broke up the friendship of the three women, and that jealousy was the motive for the killings.No explanation was ever offered as to why one was found so far away nor what ever became of the other mattress.The trial began January 19, 1932, three months after the bodies had been discovered in the trunks.They maintained that Judd had self-inflicted the gunshot wound to her left hand to try to bolster her self-defense explanation.