07-01-2015, 07:41 PM #1
The Crime Scene and Investigation
Investigation into death of beloved doctor, mother continues
Jul 02, 2015 6:04 AM CST
For example, we watched Thursday as detectives removed a door from the home covered in what looked like fingerprinting dust. A security company also worked with detectives for the second day in a row.
Investigators have canvassed the neighborhood. Many neighbors have confirmed to us that they've offered sworn statements about what some of them told us they heard was a gruesome crime.
On Wednesday, family members watched from the street as detectives focused on a broken door handle.
Evidence sought in Dr. Teresa Sievers' death
MICHAEL BRAUN, EDT July 8, 2015
More than 48 hours after Dr. Teresa Sievers was found slain in her Bonita Springs home, deputies, security company employees and training academy cadets scoured the property and home looking for clues.
The body of Sievers, 46, was found Monday morning at her Jarvis Road home after she didn't arrive at work.
Last edited by Coldpizza; 09-01-2015 at 04:24 PM.
07-02-2015, 10:47 AM #2
Also on scene earlier Wednesday, were members of Statewide Security. An employee tells WINK News the company did provide security for the Sievers’ home, but that’s all they would say.
Our cameras were rolling as the security company members put on gloves and booties and appeared to go inside the home.
Why would security company members be entering the crime scene?
Also, why did she need security at home?~ let the storm wash over you, because somewhere beneath, there is your balance and wisdom ~
07-02-2015, 10:57 AM #3
-No it's not
07-02-2015, 11:17 AM #4
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07-02-2015, 12:09 PM #5
-No it's not
07-02-2015, 12:18 PM #6
One of the questions LE asked was if there was any folks who have just recently moved into the neighborhood on Jarvis Road. There is an apartment/ Condo complex ("Gardens at Bonita") bordering Jarvis on the West side. The apartments are accessible via Matheson Avenue. The park LE was combing through is the dog walk area of the Apartments.
Here is a rating of the Gardens with comments:
-No it's not
07-02-2015, 07:00 PM #7"Who am I?
I am that tiny voice in the back of your mind which encourages you to be who you choose to be as long as you are truthful to yourself.
I am that tiny voice in the back of your mind that makes you understand that you are a survivor...that you are important... That you matter.
Now let me ask, who are you?"
07-03-2015, 02:40 AM #8Registered User
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Did anyone Zillow homes in the area?
No, the neighbor did not sound bright, but several reports say it is an upscale, safe community. We know that means zilch these days, but I do not think it was a lower middle class area.
Very suspect she is the third alternative doctor murdered in under two weeks and equally suspicious the husband was out of town.
07-03-2015, 12:17 PM #9
-No it's not
07-15-2015, 09:30 PM #10
Hmm..that makes it even easier to jump a fence, just saying.
Also, you cab see the red underground markers (flags).
-No it's not
Original post: http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...8#post11929838
Last edited by KateB; 09-07-2015 at 01:04 AM. Reason: add link to original post.
07-29-2015, 12:46 PM #11
I was trying to find out, whether there is any space inside the house, where the dogs could have been confined to in order not to hear any barking by any neighbors - if the dogs did indeed bark.
For that I needed the floor plan. After running the permit Nr. and finally locating the original builder of the house ( they have changed their company name since then).
They have either slightly adjusted the initial floor plan, or the Sievers had them customize the plan according to their own expectations.
Plan is very workable, so were would you keep the dogs to avoid them being heard?
Here are the pics, links and some technical data:
Builder sf ---------------------- Sievers sf
2802 under air -------------------- 2885 under air
721 garage ------------------------695 garage
119 finished open porch ----------119 finished open porch
517 lanai --------------------------470 lanai
The Sievers house has more sf under air, which resulted from reducing the garage space slightly, reducing the lanai space to the back ( due to larger bath/room in the back), adding frontal space to the master bathroom. The space as shown in the Lee county permit plan is still proportional to the newer builder's plan. What we do not know is if any doors had been adjusted.
Lee County Permitting:
Lee County Property Appraiser:
http://www.leepa.org/Display/DisplayParcel.aspx?AuthDetails=True&FolioID=102941 68&LocationDetails=True&PhotoIndex=3&PermitDetails =True&SalesDetails=True&RenumberDetails=True#Numbe ringDetails
Last edited by KateB; 09-01-2015 at 11:39 PM.If the key does not fit, it's the wrong key.
07-30-2015, 01:09 PM #12
This picture of the broken side garage door lock was shown in most of the MSM video coverages:
I was wondering why the deadbolt latch is positioned towards the lock while the bolt is retrieved. It should be the opposite. No damaged frame in that area. Now, can the latch be installed by mistake to work the opposite way? Anyone knows?
There is a small key lock facing the outside of the door. You can see it is protruding. This looks like one of the locks that pushes in, when locked, and stays out, when unlocked. Is that the case?
The intruder went straight for the lower lock, not the deadbolt. The individual was either familiar with the lock system by previous knowledge, or by checking it out with a flash light. One may be able to shine into the frame and see the locks.
Or if you know that kind of lock, you can feel the protruding part knowing the deadbolt is not engaged.
Considering the lights on the side of the house, either way can work even without a flashlight. So it would not be necessary to carry a flashlight in order to check out that particular door lock system.
original post: http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...2#post11968762
Last edited by KateB; 09-07-2015 at 01:04 AM. Reason: add link to original post.If the key does not fit, it's the wrong key.
08-02-2015, 05:47 PM #13Verified Attorney
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The top lock appears to be free from prying, so maybe it wasn't locked or otherwise in the murder's way. I have a door similar to these and I always lock both because the bottom lock is easy to open without a key, if you have a credit card.
Also, if this was staging...its possible to lock the bottom by turning the knob on the door handle without a key. It would be impossible to lock the top latch from inside, unless the perp stayed in the home and used another exit. Top latch needs to be locked from the outside with a key. In other words, if the perp was staging a break in (and for some reason didn't want to take Teresa's keys from the scene) the only way he could lock the door to stage the prying would be to turn the handle lock, step outside and shut the door. Of course he wouldn't bother prying the deadbolt because it wasn't locked. I would assume most criminals trying to pry open doors of this type start with the deadbolt. Alternatively, maybe the dog walker returned his key - could also explain why the door was locked, but not dead bolted.
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