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    Unhappy TX 17 yo K'Lynn Kohr found murdered in home

    This is very tragic. Her mother, Coach Kohr had died about 2 years ago. K'Lynn had moved in with her cousin in a neighboring town then, started a new school and was in her senior year of high school. She was a beautiful, intelligent young woman and had been a gifted runner before her mother's death. She was also known as a 'good girl' and honor roll student. Several police officers were in tears at the scene.

    http://itemonline.com/local/x1208406...of-17-year-old

    Huntsville police are seeking suspects after a Huntsville High School student was found dead in her home in an apparent homicide Monday.

    http://www.kbtx.com/home/headlines/1...ySection=story

    "[She] didn't bother anybody," Williams said. "Didn't cause [any] problems, to be a young lady, no cars in and out, nothing like that. So it's just bad this had to happen to her."

    Picture here of K'Lynn

    http://montgomerycountypolicereporter.com/?p=12201

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    Interesting comments on the kbtx link.
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    Rest in Peace K'Lynn.

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    We love you K'LYNN SHERRIE KOHR <3 Facebook Page

    http://www.facebook.com/K&#39;Lynn%20Koh...079&ref=search

    another picture of K'Lynn from her FB page

    http://www.facebook.com/K&#39;Lynn%20Koh...908&ref=search

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    http://www.dentonrc.com/sharedconten....d8f668c0.html

    A recent parolee wanted in the killing of a Huntsville teenager might be at large in the Dallas area.

    Police say Moler might be driving a tan 2002 Ford Explorer with Texas plates AS54-607. The vehicle has minor damage to the passenger side, stickers for the U.S. Marine Corps and a religious symbol are in the back window. The vehicle is listed as stolen

    http://www.kbtx.com/home/headlines/102560924.html

    Moler is described as a 190 pound white man, 5'11, with red hair and hazel eyes. He is 27years old and considered armed and dangerous.

    Huntsville detectives believe Jerwoody Moler is traveling north from Huntsville and say he was last seen at a pawn shop Dallas Wednesday, where he pawned stolen lawn equipment.

    http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcont....d8f668c0.html

    Man wanted in teen's Huntsville stabbing death may be in Dallas area 2:05 PM CT

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    http://itemonline.com/breakingnews/x...manhunt-begins

    THE MANHUNT IS ON FOR JERWOODY MOLER

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    Poor thing! Texas is getting down right scary! I hope there is swift justice for K,Lynn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunnieRN View Post
    Poor thing! Texas is getting down right scary! I hope there is swift justice for K,Lynn!
    oh, have no doubt, we are gonna get him and get him good...K'Lynn reminds me so much of Chelsea King, a beautiful, blonde, talented, scholarly, athlete. Only K'Lynn had already survived her mother's death and was known for being a quiet, good girl.

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    Another child's life cut short by a jailbird who had only been out a couple months!

    When these useless blobs of protoplasm are put away for good, maybe K'Lynn Kohr & Alicia DeBolt will rest peacefully.... Why are violent offenders allowed to plea down & then get early release; did either of these murders have to happen?

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    She sure was loved by many according to the comments.

    Another sad moment where a productive member of society is taken out by a POS.

    And for what?
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    RIP pretty girl. Stay safe with your momma.

    Hoping they catch that POS quickly.

    How tragic. Too sad.

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    I am so sicked and tired of these worthless, drain on our society, POS getting released to offend over and over again.

    Yet another worthless human taking the life of a child (17 is still a child to me) that would have most probably made a great contribution to our world.

    Rest in peace, K'Lynn.
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    I hope when they catch him he ends up on death row back in huntsville state prison.

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    http://montgomerycountypolicereporter.com/?p=12201

    This link has a picture of her. She was beautiful

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    I am always amazed at how many assault victims are in the ER every night, but the past two years or so, the ages seem to be getting younger here in TX.. TWA sweet girl!!! ^j^

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    Here is the suspects picture:



    Hopefully he is brought to justice soon. He is armed and dangerous, so if anyone sees him, don't approach him just call police.
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    Here is the victim:



    RIP K'Lynn.
    I started out with nothing, and I still have most of it left.


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    He drove off in a tan 2002 Ford Explorer with Texas license plate number AS54607, a license plate in the newer, red white and blue style. It has a small dent on the passenger side door, a U.S. Marine Corp sticker and a religious cross sticker on the back window. According to police, the Ford Explorer was stolen and Barnes said the vehicle belonged to Moler's employer.

    Police learned Tuesday that Moler traveled north from Huntsville and pawned stolen lawn equipment, which was inside the Ford Explorer at the time, at a pawn shop in Dallas. In a surveillance video from that pawn shop, police learned that Moler has a bandage on his right hand covering an injury of some sort.

    http://www.heralddemocrat.com/hd/New...micide-suspect

    Picture of one of the window stickers...


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    HA THEY GOT HIM, knew those Texas Rangers would track that sorry ____________ down. He was arrested in Iowa.

    http://www.kwtx.com/news/headlines/1...4.html?ref=304

    special thanks to Iowa for being alert.

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    http://www.desmoinesregister.com/app...late=artiphone

    The man in Iowa State Patrol Trooper Thomas Clark's rifle sight was the prime suspect in a Texas murder.

    Texas officers had traced Moler's cell phone to Council Bluffs. Clark, who was nearing the end of his shift, parked along Interstate Highway 80 west of Jordan Creek Parkway, thinking that Moler could be passing through.

    Clark spotted the stolen vehicle on I-80 about 4:45 p.m

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    There is no punishment too severe for this pile of scum bag!! Thank you Officer Thomas Clark!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fhc View Post
    http://www.desmoinesregister.com/app...late=artiphone

    The man in Iowa State Patrol Trooper Thomas Clark's rifle sight was the prime suspect in a Texas murder.

    Texas officers had traced Moler's cell phone to Council Bluffs. Clark, who was nearing the end of his shift, parked along Interstate Highway 80 west of Jordan Creek Parkway, thinking that Moler could be passing through.

    Clark spotted the stolen vehicle on I-80 about 4:45 p.m
    from the article you linked:

    Texas authorities had reported Moler was armed, suicidal and suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, troopers said.
    Awwww, poor thing. I guess murdering a defensless, young girl will do that to you.
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    way to go---Iowa State Police. My youngest lives in an appartment complex right behing this Target!!!! Glad I found out later rather than soon er or I would have been a nervous wreck..Lots of young single women there if he got crazy. Thank you God!!!!

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    Good work Officer!

    Who's the passenger in worthless's (stolen) car?

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    http://www.kbtx.com/home/headlines/103009444.html

    Accused Killer of Huntsville Teen Back In Walker County Jail

    Moler's lengthy criminal history has some wondering how he was even eligible for parole and who made the decision to release him. News 3 made some calls and learned that two people with the Texas Pardons and Parole Board in Huntsville made the decision. TDCJ officials say Commissioners, Tony Garcia and Billy Humphrey are the ones who voted to release Moler.

    Thursday morning, Jerwoody Moler will appear before a judge in Huntsville.

    News 3 will continue to follow this story and bring you the updates as they are released

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