Dyersburg County Sheriff Jeff Box Releases Car of Kidnapped and Murdered Karen Swift to Bank and Onto Craigslist for Sale The Car Was The Crime Scene WTH?
Dyer County Sheriff Jeff Box Released Car of Murdered Karen Swift Last Place She Was Known to be Alive, Bank Forgave Unpaid Balance In June 2014. I am aware of a letter received from the Bank that held the loan on the white 2004 Nissan Murano SE 2WD with the VIN# JN8AZ08T64W219710 that Karen Swift was driving the morning she disappeared. The Bank (not a finance company) forgave the debt in June 2014, so Mr. Swift will not be responsible for the balance, the Bank sent a Form 1099-C to the IRS so the debt will be taken off of Mr. Swift’s credit report. The white 2004 Nissan Murano SE 2WD was sold in June 2014 by a used car dealer.
Karen Swift’s 2004 white Nissan Murano – SE 2WD,
Thursday, December 8, 2011, Dyersburg State Gazette; Mary Claire Hopper holds her phone containing texts from Karen Swift before her disappearance. Mary Claire Hopper notes Karen Swift was communicating to her about plans to finish a cleaning job on Sunday Oct. 30 the day she was reported missing. Swift had already worked for several days cleaning the house and stood to earn at least from $250-$300 for the job.
This was the 2004 white Nissan Murano SUV seen in poster above that was held as evidence at the Dyersburg TN Sheriff’s department. They never would return the vehicle when asked over one year ago in 2013. Investigator Terry McCrieght stated it would not be released (pending indictment and/or trial). It now appears that Sheriff Box has released the vehicle back to the lien holder Chase Bank and it has been sold, wholesale to a used car dealer.
Please note, there was damage that had to be repaired before sale, the sun roof had been smashed in while in the Sheriff Dept impound lot, it appears the DA and Sheriff did not want the owner to have the vehicle back and to cover up the damages and any possible contaminated evidence they gave it back to the bank. This vehicle can now not ever be cross examined if needed in Court, what the hell, the vehicle was the last known place where Karen Swift was known to be on October 30th, 2011, the car is the crime scene and Sheriff Box has it wholesaled out?
MONEY TRAIL: Karen Swift was not on the Mortgage or Title to the house she shared with her husband, she was driving a 2004 Nissan white Murano SE 2WD that she did not own, it was owned and registered to her husband. Karen Swift had very few household bills to pay if any and yet she was heavily in debt on at least 3 bank credit cards issued in HER NAME ONLY, in fact all 3 bank credit cards were maxed out and had been charged off and Karen Swift was being sued by all 3 of the credit card banks, FOLLOW THE MONEY, FOLLOW THE CREDIT CARD TRANSACTIONS, WHO WAS SHE MEETING, WHERE DID THE MONEY GO? THE FILING OF THE DIVORCE IS NOT SO MUCH A RED FLAG AS IT IS THE SECOND TIME SHE HAD DONE SUCH A THING. I have the evidence in copies of the various Karen Swift lawsuits filed in Dyer County.
The white 2004 Nissan Murano SE 2WD was quickly resold in June 2014 by a used car dealer. I would be concerned that Karen Swift’s vehicle was released to the Bank before anyone was indicted or arrested in her unsolved murder and rightly so. A friend of murdered Karen Swift, Laura Jane, told The Huffington Post: ‘They found her Halloween costume in the car. ‘Some other articles of clothing that belonged to her – a pair of jeans and a gray zip-up – were found in some brush not far from her car, see photo above. How can any evidence pulled from Karen Swift’s vehicle be cross-examined in Court if the vehicle is no longer in the property of the Sheriff or the District Attorney, it can’t, and as such a defense attorney would have all such evidence thrown out.
Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com