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    Fox4 Now Video Published Sep 2 2015
    Is mark Sievers at his step mothers house
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qmWalHDAZSA

    Fox4 Now Video Published Sep 3 2015
    Scott on Nancy Grace
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zbJvhfAZ-4
    Video has quite a few social media screenshots of Rodgers & Wright & others.

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    Details surface of one murderer's custody in Sievers' death
    Sep 29, 2015

    LEE COUNTY, FL -
    Tuesday, Sept. 29 marked three months since Dr. Teresa Sievers was found dead in her home in Bonita Springs.

    Since then, Lee County Sheriff's Office announced two arrests connected to the murder, and still said the investigation continues as the custody of one of them is still up in the air.

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    Man accused in Sievers' murder to return to Lee County

    http://www.nbc-2.com/story/30155045/...y#.VgxVX5fdZZg


    "What happens now? According to deputies, there is a 30-day window to bring Wright back to Lee County. Once here, we're told Wright will then have the option of appealing his case all over again -- meaning it could be some time before we get any new details about his alleged role in the murder."

    Video at link

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    Suspect in Sievers' death, Curtis Wayne Wright, to be extradited to Florida

    http://www.naplesnews.com/news/crime...ted-to-florida

    JEFFERSON COUNTY, Missouri - A Missouri judge has ordered that a suspect in the death of Bonita Springs doctor Teresa Sievers be transferred to Florida.

    Curtis “Wayne” Wright, 47, who is named on a warrant for second-degree murder in connection with the doctor’s killing, had been fighting extradition.

    In a court hearing lasting less than two minutes Wednesday, defense lawyer Daris Almond said Wright was dropping that fight and would waive an extradition hearing. Associate Circuit Judge Timothy S. Miller then ordered Wright to be turned over to Florida authorities.

    Wright shook Almond’s hand and smiled, and was then led out by deputies.

    Attempts to reach Almond for comment after the hearing were unsuccessful. Almond’s law partner, Marsha Brady, represented Wright in 1996 when detectives were attempting to question Wright about the disappearance of a former minister named Ronnie Bolin. Wright remains a person of interest in Bolin’s case, according to investigators.

    Few details about Wright’s involvement in Sievers’ death have been released. Lee County Sheriff Mike Scott has said initial public records will be released when Wright returns to Florida.

    Wright is a longtime friend of the doctor’s husband, Mark Sievers.

    Sgt. Matt McDaniel, a Sheriff’s Office spokesman, said the agency is waiting to hear from authorities in Missouri to coordinate the extradition. It’s unclear how Wright will be transported to Florida or how long it could be before he arrives.

    “There is a process,” McDaniel said. “It doesn’t happen immediately.”

    The sheriff declined an interview request Wednesday regarding Wright’s extradition.

    A second suspect in the case, 25-year-old Jimmy Rodgers, remains in the custody of U.S. Marshals in the St. Louis area. Rodgers must finish serving a six-month federal prison sentence before he can be transferred to face the charge in Lee County.

    Rodgers’ sentence ends in February, according to the Bureau of Prisons.

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    Hillsboro Man to Head to Florida to Answer Murder Charge

    http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/c...ecd3b4d9e.html


    note: for some reason the page loads but the print isn't visible for me to be able to post a snip. I'll keep checking back and edit when available.
    Last edited by beach; 10-09-2015 at 05:55 PM. Reason: updated link.

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    Man accused in Sievers' murder to return to Lee County
    Updated: Sep 30, 2015 7:03 PM EDT

    Lee County Sheriff Mike Scott has said Wright was seen on surveillance cameras at a South Fort Myers Walmart just one day before Dr. Sievers' body was found in her Bonita Springs home.

    Wright's attorneys fought his extradition back to Florida, saying he has evidence showing Wright was in Missouri when Teresa Sievers was killed.

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    Sievers' patients mourn doctor's death, fret over missing records
    Posted: Oct 02, 2015 4:57 PM CST Updated: Oct 02, 2015 5:29 PM CST
    http://www.nbc-2.com/story/30175147/...s#.VhBjnhBiLN5
    Former patients of murdered Bonita Springs doctor Teresa Sievers now feel like they're losing their medical records, too.
    I do get a lot of phone calls about trying to reach the office and getting the medical records," Spiska said. But she says patients need to contact Mark Sievers to get them since he was office manager.

    "I'm not a medical doctor, so I never had anything to do with them," she said.

    NBC-2 asked Spiska when she had last spoken to Mark Sievers. She told us she couldn't remember, and figured it was sometime before she stopping seeing patients in the office.

    Yet, when we asked her if she ever brought up the issue of patient access to records when speaking with Mark, Spiska refused to answer the question. She even told us to turn off our cameras when we asked how many concerned patients had reached out to her.

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    Husband of slain doctor reaches out to patients
    8:05 PM, Oct 5, 2015 Updated" 8:25 PM, Oct 5, 2015
    http://www.naplesnews.com/news/crime...ients_13076534
    An email from Mark Sievers to patients Monday night says he has not been able to forward medical records because of IT and email issues.

    Mark Sievers, who was the office manager at his wife’s medical practice in Estero, said he has not had access to his computer and networking equipment used to send medical records since the death of his wife, Dr. Teresa Sievers, whose body was found inside the couple’s Bonita Springs home on June 29.
    Email is posted here:
    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...8#post12102908

    Sievers' husband updates patients about records, practice
    7:11 p.m. EDT October 6, 2015
    http://www.news-press.com/story/news...ords/73433466/
    In his note, Mark Sievers told patients that the practice was unsuccessful in finding a "like-minded and like-hearted physician" to step into the practice. "I feel it would be a disservice to all of you if we settled for anything less," he said. Because of that, the note said, the practice can't order labs, make referrals or authorize prescription refills.

    The practice has also lost one-time associate Lenka Spiska. Almost three months after Sievers' murder, Spiska has taken her multifaceted practice independent and has separated herself from Sievers’ office, which the doctor's husband, Mark, is running.

    In a recent story in The News-Press, Spiska said: “I want to stress the fact that I am not in that office any longer. Yes, there’s still an answering machine saying that I am, but I’m not."

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    Sievers' suspect moved to federal prison in Illinois
    2:55 PM, Oct 6, 2015 Updated: 3:54 PM, Oct 6, 2015
    http://www.naplesnews.com/news/crime...on-in-illinois
    GREENVILLE, Ill. - A Missouri man accused in the death of Dr. Teresa Sievers has been moved to a federal prison in Illinois.

    Jimmy Rodgers, 25, is being held at a correctional facility in Greenville, Illinois, about an hour northeast of St. Louis. FCI Greenville is a medium-security prison with more than 1,200 inmates.

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    (Thanks, Zanthrash. Adding content. Naples News is the exception to the 10% copyright rule.)

    Although it was almost 20 years ago, Greg Bolin can remember in detail what his life was like in the summer of 1996.

    He was still grieving the death of his mother, who died just before Thanksgiving the previous year. That May, he had undergone a major surgery and was still recuperating. On the night before his older brother went missing, he tried to go back to work at his job at an auto factory but had to leave because it was too hard on his body.

    Then he got the call that Ronnie had disappeared. It was July 9, 1996.

    “It’s one of those things, like ‘where were you when Kennedy was killed?’ I have a real good memory of this because all this happened at the same time,” Bolin said.

    It’s been 19 years since Ronnie Bolin was last heard from. His car was discovered abandoned at a carwash in St. Louis, with the driver’s door open and the keys still inside. His body was never found.

    Officials in Jefferson County, Missouri, where the Bolins are from, recently announced that a suspect in the death of Bonita Springs doctor Teresa Sievers is still an active person of interest in the disappearance of Ronnie Bolin. Throughout the years, detectives have continued to receive tips that Curtis “Wayne” Wright was responsible for killing Ronnie Bolin.

    Greg Bolin was watching the local news up in Missouri on Aug. 28 when he learned Wright had been arrested in connection with Sievers’ death. Wright is a longtime friend of the doctor’s husband, Mark Sievers, who grew up in Missouri.

    “My first reaction was, ‘Those poor children,’” Bolin said, referring to the Sieverses’ two young daughters. “Then my second reaction was that another life was being altered and destroyed by this same jerk who has altered and destroyed lives of many people. The third reaction was that this time, at least he’s going to pay for it.”

    Greg Bolin first met Wright in the third grade. They became friends, once cowriting a school play together, until Wright moved away the next year. When Wright returned to Hillsboro in high school, the two reconnected. In his senior year, Wright was class president and voted “most dependable” in the senior superlatives. A yearbook photo shows him pretending to lie in a hospital bed, clutching the hand of his female counterpart.

    Greg Bolin moved to Illinois after high school and said his older brother Ronnie grew closer to Wright in his absence. Ronnie Bolin got into youth ministry and became a pastor, something he’d aspired to his whole life.

    “He was funny and outgoing. He liked to entertain people,” Greg Bolin said. “Ronnie did a lot of good things in his life.”

    After a split from his wife in 1994, however, Ronnie Bolin “went off the deep end,” according to his brother. Unbeknownst to his family, he started using drugs. Greg Bolin said he later learned his brother had been doing meth with Wright, who was arrested on a drug possession charge in May, just a few weeks before Bolin disappeared.

    On the Fourth of July that year, Greg Bolin said his brother told him he was going to blackmail Wright until he repaid a debt. He didn’t get specific, and Greg Bolin didn’t push it.

    “(Ronnie) said if anything happened to him, Wayne did it,” Greg Bolin recalled. “He said, ‘There are things I need to tell you but I can’t in front of your wife.’ ”

    After Ronnie Bolin went missing, Wright told Bolin’s father the two had met up at a Pizza Hut, where he said he had repaid him. In the days afterward, Wright left Missouri, telling friends he was leaving for a vacation in Florida.

    “Ronnie was clearly upset and depressed, and I think Wayne and his drugs gave him the perfect avenue to escape reality,” Greg Bolin said. “They did a lot of stupid stuff together, and I think it eventually cost him his life.”

    The Sievers case hits home for Greg Bolin on another level, too. Back in 1993, he began dating a woman named Shelley Fryer, who had been engaged to Mark Sievers a few years prior. Fryer also is the aunt of Wright’s new wife, Angela.

    On New Year’s Eve 1990, Greg Bolin said he attended a friend’s party, where Fryer and Sievers also were in attendance. Two years later, Bolin was at a bar in St. Louis when he spotted a pretty blonde across the room.

    He soon realized it was Fryer, and the two began talking and danced all night. She was no longer engaged to Sievers and, as he found out soon after, was pregnant with another’s man child. It didn’t matter to Bolin. He and Fryer married in May of 1993 and he agreed to raise her son as his own. His brother Ronnie married them in a church ceremony. She wore the dress she’d purchased for her wedding to Sievers, which was called off for some reason.

    “She didn’t really ever talk about it,” Bolin said.

    Bolin, who has since divorced Fryer, said he knew Mark Sievers but wasn’t friends with him. He isn’t sure if Sievers ever met his brother.

    With Wright’s arrest in the Sievers case, Bolin is hopeful his family could finally get the answers they’ve been holding out for.

    “I just think that if anybody knows anything, it’s time for them to come forward and say what they know and stop this person from hurting anyone else,” Bolin said. “We need closure. We’d like to know what happened. There’s a part of us that doesn’t want to believe someone once so close to our family was involved in it, but there’s nothing that really points in any other direction. These people responsible should answer for what they’ve done.”

    The detective investigating the case, Lt. Doc Coombs, said last month that he met with Wright in jail after his arrest in the Sievers case to let him know the Bolin case was still being investigated. Coombs said he told Wright he was ready to talk if Wright ever became interested.

    Anyone with information about the disappearance of Ronnie Bolin is asked to call the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office at 636-797-5515 or 636-797-9999.

    Last edited by KateB; 10-25-2015 at 02:50 PM.

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    Curtis Wayne Wright No Longer in Missouri. Has he been extradited?

    http://www.news-press.com/story/news...ouri/73943058/
    Last edited by KateB; 10-15-2015 at 08:08 PM. Reason: updated link.
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    Curtis Wayne Wright has been extradited to Lee County. Let justice begin.

    http://www.sheriffleefl.org/main/ind...=bookingsToday

    WRIGHT JR, CURTIS WAYNE
    Booking # 812846
    DOB:
    1968-07-21
    Booking Time:
    2015-10-15 01:44:00
    Released:
    2015-10-15 01:49
    WRIGHT JR, CURTIS WAYNE
    Booking # 812845
    DOB:
    1968-07-21
    Booking Time:
    2015-10-15 01:38:00
    In Custody
    JAIL-INTAKE
    Bonds:
    No Bond

    Last edited by KateB; 10-15-2015 at 06:57 PM. Reason: add content.
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    Dr. Teresa Sievers, 46, Bonita Springs, Jun 2015 - Media links only No Discussion

    Murder Dangerous Depraved Without Premeditation

    Arrest Document and Probable Cause Stmt released today.

    Source link to probable cause statement attached:https://www.scribd.com/doc/285182359...-Office#scribd

    Discuss here: Timestamp Indicated per Probable Cause Doc
    Last edited by KateB; 10-15-2015 at 09:45 PM. Reason: edit commentary from discussion on copy of post made here.
    ...Detective Owens said the driver is not a suspect in the case...
    snippet from washingtontimes.com/news/2015/jul/20/suspect-in-dc-mansion-slayings-due-back-in-court

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    Siever's Suspect Makes First Court Appearance

    Video Included at Link

    Second Video- Accused Killer Book In SWFL- click here

    Posted: Oct 15, 2015 4:46 AM CST
    Updated: Oct 15, 2015 11:00 AM CST

    LEE COUNTY -

    Curtis Wayne Wright, who was extradited overnight from Missouri to Lee County, made his first appearance before a judge Thursday morning to hear charges in connection with the death of Dr. Teresa Sievers.

    ......

    was booked into the Lee County Justice Center shortly before 2 a.m. and is being held without bond.

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