FBI Offers 25K Reward for Info on 1987 Murder
I just came upon this article in the Miami Herald and wanted to share it with you. I can’t imagine the suffering this little girl’s family has had to endure. If anyone knows anything about the 1987 murder of 3-year-old Julie Magliulo in North Lauderdale, please do the right thing and contact the FBI at 1-800-225-5324.
Broward child’s 1987 murder to be reopened
The Broward Sheriff’s Office and the FBI plan Wednesday morning to announce the reopening of the late 1980s case of a 3-year-old girl found killed in West Broward.
On June 8, 1987, Julie Magliulo walked outside her family’s home near North Lauderdale. Her parents never saw her alive again.
Her skeleton was found about 10 months later, dumped about 20 miles away in what then was a barren swampland, and now is the city of Weston.
Her disappearance was selected as part of an initiative by the FBI’s Crimes Against Children Unit, which includes Child Abduction Rape Deployment Teams, FBI spokeswoman Judy Orihuela said Tuesday.
”This was one of the five that was picked from around the country,” Orihuela said.
The FBI has offered a reward of up to $25,000 for information that leads to an arrest and conviction. Those with information are asked to call 1-800-225-5324.
Spokesperson for missing South Florida mother, Lily Aramburo. Lily was last seen 6/1/07 and hasn't been seen or heard from since. For more info, please visit http://justiceinmiami.blogspot.com
I remember Julie Magliulo’s case I was living on South FLA. at the time and had a year old daughter myself. Which was one reason I made the decision to move back here to Trenton MO. When they found her body almost a year later I knew I made the right decision. I raised my child in a much safer community. But it did effect me I was a paranoid over protective parent who smothered my child, so they tell me. I think I was just a bit more watchful. For instance when I took her with me shopping in a city or even to the Zoo or an amusement park, I braided her long hair and if she would start to wander off I would hold the end of her braid and she would only get that far from me. Maybe I was a bit over protective but She was my life.
Only I heard at the time that they found her body Julie Magliulo’s father had sold her for drugs.