Sunday, January 15, 2012
UPDATE 2/16/2012 … BILL WARNER PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR ON AMANDA BACH MURDER CASE, THERE IS NO CONNECTION TO ANY OTHER CASE…..The phone call I got from someone claiming to be a police officer, on Jan 5th, 2012, concerning the Amanda Bach murder case came from phone line, 219-662-3245, which is registered to the Crown Point Police Department. I took what the police officer told me that day as fact about specific aspects of the Amanda Bach murder case and possible links to other unsolved cases, but now that I know the police officer who called me on the registered phone line to the Crown Point Police Department is the father of murder suspect Dustin Mccowan, serious doubt comes into play about the truthfulness of what was said and just what the hell was Crown Point police officer Elliott McCowan trying to do, “I feel like I’m getting played here by a cop“.. see link to news article CLICK HERE
Sunday, January 15, 2012
Dyersburg State Gazette
Statement of Dyer County Sheriff Jeff Box on the murder of Karen Swift;
“Although our office has quite a bit of physical evidence in this case, we have not and will not name any suspect, until we receive all results of lab processing that we need to complete the investigation,” said Box. Information about the case has also been the topic of discussion and some have requested more details be released to the public. District Attorney General Phil Bivens stated for the sake of the investigation, very little would be released at this time.
During the past four decades, at least 459 people may have died at the hands of highway serial killers, FBI statistics show. Investigators do not know how many people may be responsible for the killings but at least one such case — of murder, attempted murder or unidentified human remains — has been reported in 48 states, along roads as far north as Alaska and as far south as Key West. They believe the killers find their victims and dispose of the bodies along highways, sometimes near quiet roadside rest areas.
Often the victims are abducted in one state and dumped in another. And the killers? Authorities say they have 200 suspects; almost all are long-haul truck drivers. To date, the FBI says it has helped local authorities arrest at least 10 suspects believed to be involved in more than 30 of the killings.
That still appears to leave hundreds of killings unsolved, and the cases continue to mount. Not every killing along the nation’s roadways is related, but since the FBI went public with the Highway Serial Killings initiative last year, local authorities have been sending information about unsolved slayings that fit the profile to FBI analysts.
Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com