Episode 069: Gina Davis and Ted Jones – Triple Murder, Safe Streets Taskforce

Retired agent Gina Davis served 25 years with the FBI. She began her Bureau career on a Violent Crimes and Drug Trafficking Crimes Squad in Albany, New York. After a long term undercover assignment in the Baltimore Division, Gina Davis received a permanent transfer and continued to investigate drug and violent crimes, in addition to starting and serving as the acting supervisor of a Safe Streets Task Force operating out of Calverton, Maryland office. In this episode of FBI Retired Case File Review, Gina and Maryland State Trooper and homicide detective Ted Jones, a 10-year taskforce member, are interviewed about how the team solved a cold case murder of the execution-style shooting of three young women. The women’s bodies were left in a secluded area off a rural route in Laurel, Maryland. Because the location was on federal land, the case was initially investigated by the U.S. Park Police and later assigned to the Safe Streets Taskforce. The taskforce was able to gather the evidence needed to charge the three men responsible for the murders. In 1999, Davis was promoted to a supervisory position at FBI Headquarters, managing FBI personnel stationed at Legal Attaches in U.S. embassies in countries around the world.  She was promoted again in 2001 and was assigned to the Seattle Division, Tacoma Resident Agency where she managed all investigative programs in the three offices under her purview. Gina Davis initiated both a Safe Streets Task Force and a Joint Terrorism Task Force during her six-year tenure in Tacoma. Her last assignment was in the FBI’s Criminal Investigative Division (CID) where she served as Chief of Staff for the Assistant Director.

Supervisory Special Agent (Retired)

Gina Davis

6/27/1988 – 1/1/2013












Maryland State Trooper (Retired)

Ted Jones










The following are links to newspaper articles about how the success of the Prince George’s County Safe Streets Taskforce led to the conviction of the men responsible for the triple murder of three young women in Prince Georges County Maryland in 1996:

Baltimore Sun – Judge Gives Man Death

Gina Davis, shown aboard a HRT helicopter, initiated Safe Streets Taskforce units while assigned to the Baltimore and Seattle Divisions.












Ted Jones’s memoir features behind the scene accounts of his career as a Maryland State Trooper, homicide detective, and member of the FBI’s Safe Streets Taskforce can be purchased here.

















Jerri Williams, a retired FBI agent, author and podcaster, attempts to relive her glory days by writing crime fiction and hosting FBI Retired Case File Review, a true crime podcast available for subscription on iTunes and Stitcher. Her novel—Pay To Play— about a female agent investigating corruption in the Philadelphia strip club industry is available at Amazon.com.


This episode was sponsored by FBIRetired.com – the only on-line directory made available to the general public featuring “retired” FBI AGENTS / ANALYSTS interested in showcasing their skills to secure business opportunities.

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Jerri Williams, a retired FBI agent, author and podcaster, attempts to relive her glory days by writing crime fiction and hosting FBI Retired Case File Review, a true crime podcast available for free subscription on Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Spotify, and other popular podcast apps. Her nonfiction book FBI Myths and Misconceptions: A Manual for Armchair Detectives and her FBI corruption squad police procedurals featuring Special Agent Kari Wheeler are available wherever books are sold.


  1. Ronald NolanJune 2, 2017

    Just listened to the Gina Davis /Ted Jones podcast and enjoyed every minute. You may want to reach out to Jennifer Love more information on the DC sniper

    1. Jerri WilliamsJune 3, 2017

      Good to know. I’ll reach out to her immediately. Thank you.


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