Monday, March 26, 2012
JONESBORO — Investigators don’t believe the death of an Arkansas woman found in western Tennessee last year is connected to other unsolved killings in the area. Dyer County Sheriff Jeff Box told the Jonesboro Sun that police are waiting for laboratory and DNA test results in the case of 44-year-old Karen Swift, who was found Dec. 10 in underbrush near Bledsoe Cemetery. Investigators aren’t releasing the results of an autopsy report.
Box says there’s no link between Swift’s death and the deaths of 20-year-old Holly Bobo or other women. According to authorities, both had blond hair and blue eyes, characteristics similar to women killed in southern Missouri. Swift was last seen by her husband, David, on Oct. 30. Her vehicle was found with a flat tire near the couple’s home. http://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2012/mar/24/investigators-womans-death-not-connected-other-kil/?news
This Associated Press (AP) article hit every newspaper in the USA on March 24th, 2012 and it is blatantly incorrect. This is outrageous, Holly Bobo is still listed as Kidnapped by the FBI, not dead! See FBI page link, if her body had been found the FBI page would be corrected immediately, see http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/kidnap/holly-bobo/view
In a related missing persons case “incident”….. “NYC Private Detective Slams Police In Spierer Case Richard Dietl Likens Bloomington Chief Michael Diekhoff To Gomer Pyle“. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — A nationally known private detective tapped by the family of missing Indiana University student Lauren Spierer is publicly critical of the way Bloomington police are handling the case, likening the city’s police chief to Gomer Pyle. Private detective Richard “Bo” Dietl, a former New York police officer, said he’s not impressed with the city of Bloomington or Police Chief Michael Diekhoff, 6News’ Myrt Price reported.