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  1. #31
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    Almost a year and a half and no movement to speak of. Usually these cases end up being a spouse or a boyfriend or ex-bf/spouse. The boyfriend is apparently not a factor here and they do have DNA. Somewhere, sometime the killer may just slip up and they will have their DNA obtained. When that happens, I believe this will be someone who knew Allison, but she didn't really know him. She was someone he saw somewhere - a store, a gym, out walking or jogging - and probably on multiple occasions but she may not even noticed him.

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    I think it is someone who had been walking and peeping in her neighborhood.

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    I think there is a possibility it was someone she knew but no one else knew she knew.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AzPistonsGirl View Post
    I think there is a possibility it was someone she knew but no one else knew she knew.
    I believe that could be the case, but it won't be obvious to her BF, family and friends. Someone she knew, but not well. The guy in the grocery store or coffee shop or a mini-mart. Someplace she frequented often enough to say 'Hi' to and recognized, but gave little thought to when she left. She seemed like a friendly, upbeat person so the possibilities there are many. If it was someone from out of town as LE suspects, then she may have run across them 3-4 times over the previous week. Of course, if that was the case, how did they know where she lived? I lean toward a local. Either someone in the neighborhood and therefore would know where she lived. Or someone at a bank or store where she bought something and may have had to show an ID - cashing a check or buying alcohol - and they saw her address. I have no idea if she drank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cluciano63 View Post
    I feel that Karen was murdered by her spouse...but doubt it will ever be proven or that he will ever be charged. Jmo
    I concur. I've gotten Karen's murder figured out as to motive, means and opportunity, even down to her husband's route back to their home being undetected.
    Husband hiring the Farese Law Firm is enough said! I remain curious as to which state he moved after Karen's death.

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    Family racked with questions over Scottsdale woman's death
    Posted: Feb 20, 2015 12:53 PM CST

    "Police had no previous interactions with Allison Feldman, authorities said. But at the request of her boyfriend, she installed an alarm system at her home about six weeks ago, her father said."

    http://www.azfamily.com/story/284005...e-womans-death

    Then, on the same day:

    Mystery as murdered saleswoman, 31, found in suburban Arizona home weeks before her engagement
    PUBLISHED: 17:28 EST, 20 February 2015

    "Feldman, who comes from Minnesota but has lived in Arizona since college, was encouraged to get an alarm system by her boyfriend, but hadn't got round to taking the advice".

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz4DP7lHrlY


    Did she or didn't she have a security alarm installed?

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    Feldman, Allison M. 31, passed away unexpectedly in Scottsdale, AZ on February 17th. She was raised in Minnesota and graduated from Minnetonka High School. After graduating from the University of Arizona [in Tucson], she took up residence in Scottsdale...

    Police release new details in homicide of Scottsdale woman
    Posted: Mar 18, 2015 11:28 PM CDT

    "Police say evidence indicates the killer left Feldman's home around 1 a.m. [Wednesday, after speaking to her father on Tuesday evening], meaning he would have been unaccounted for late Tuesday evening until early Wednesday morning.

    Police say he may have suffered minor cuts or injuries to his hands or arms when Feldman tried to fight him off.

    Investigators believe he stole only a few items from the home, including Feldman's Apple iPhone 6, credit cards, and possibly a Tiffany bracelet and other jewelry."

    http://www.azfamily.com/story/285583...ottsdale-woman

    Mystery as murdered saleswoman, 31, found in suburban Arizona home weeks before her engagement
    PUBLISHED: 17:28 EST, 20 February 2015

    "...authorities don’t know who did it, they’re assuring members of the community that her murder was an “isolated incident.”

    "... there were no signs of forced entry in the home of Allison Feldman, which is usually an indicator that the killer was someone she’d either known and trusted or had been acquainted with in some way."

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...s-answers.html


    Remembering Allison Feldman
    February 24, 2015

    "She poked around on JDate, and at the time of her death had been seeing a Jewish guy for about eight months.
    It was the first time she found someone she could relate to, her father said. “He’s Jewish, and tall, and they had bonded. They were very, very close. And we found out from him that he was going to propose to her in Israel in July, when he was over there for a family bar mitzvah.”

    "Family was the most important thing to Allison. She talked with her parents almost daily, and she texted with her mom and sister all the time. The family knew something was wrong when she hadn’t returned calls and texts after a mere couple of hours. “She’s in medical sales,” sister Kelly said. “Her phone is her life, it’s never off. I mean, she loves her phone.”

    http://tcjewfolk.com/remembering-allison-feldman/

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    There is a Tiffany's within a 20-25 minute drive from Minnetonka at the Galleria.
    https://www.bing.com/mapspreview?rtp...(952)+922-0066

    There is also a Tiffany and Co. in Tucson, where she graduated from college, and one located in Scottsdale, where she was currently living. Just wondering if the bracelet was a gift or if she purchased it for herself. Since it is the classic Tiffany's heart charm bracelet, I lean to it being a gift.

    If the killer had injuries to his hands and arms, that indicates death by strangulation, jmho.

    Did Allison have a clue that her boyfriend was going to ask for her hand in marriage during the month of July in Israel? If so, I don't think she was seeing or dating any other guys. Since the boyfriend has been cleared, I presume the PD obtained his DNA sample.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AzPistonsGirl View Post
    I think there is a possibility it was someone she knew but no one else knew she knew.
    This possibility could go toward the killer taking her iPhone6 upon leaving the CS. However, why couldn't LEO subpoena her records from At&T or whoever was her phone carrier and also records from her account at JDate?

    I've deduced that Allison was raped, strangled and her precious self was left nude. How very traumatizing for all of her loved ones.

    There were a large number of break ins in her area during the time of Allison's murder but police refused to say if her home had been one of them. I support ALL law enforcement officials to make the proper decision in every case they encounter. After a year and a half, what could it hurt to release the break-in information?

    Did any sleuths determine if there were any or many Registered SOs in her neighborhood at the TOD? Also, do we know the time in which she spoke to her father and/or the time that their call ended on Tuesday evening? TIA

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeDee View Post
    Feldman, Allison M. 31, passed away unexpectedly in Scottsdale, AZ on February 17th. She was raised in Minnesota and graduated from Minnetonka High School. After graduating from the University of Arizona [in Tucson], she took up residence in Scottsdale...

    Police release new details in homicide of Scottsdale woman
    Posted: Mar 18, 2015 11:28 PM CDT

    "Police say evidence indicates the killer left Feldman's home around 1 a.m. [Wednesday, after speaking to her father on Tuesday evening], meaning he would have been unaccounted for late Tuesday evening until early Wednesday morning.

    Police say he may have suffered minor cuts or injuries to his hands or arms when Feldman tried to fight him off.

    Investigators believe he stole only a few items from the home, including Feldman's Apple iPhone 6, credit cards, and possibly a Tiffany bracelet and other jewelry."

    http://www.azfamily.com/story/285583...ottsdale-woman

    Mystery as murdered saleswoman, 31, found in suburban Arizona home weeks before her engagement
    PUBLISHED: 17:28 EST, 20 February 2015

    "...authorities don’t know who did it, they’re assuring members of the community that her murder was an “isolated incident.”

    "... there were no signs of forced entry in the home of Allison Feldman, which is usually an indicator that the killer was someone she’d either known and trusted or had been acquainted with in some way."

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...s-answers.html


    Remembering Allison Feldman
    February 24, 2015

    "She poked around on JDate, and at the time of her death had been seeing a Jewish guy for about eight months.
    It was the first time she found someone she could relate to, her father said. “He’s Jewish, and tall, and they had bonded. They were very, very close. And we found out from him that he was going to propose to her in Israel in July, when he was over there for a family bar mitzvah.”

    "Family was the most important thing to Allison. She talked with her parents almost daily, and she texted with her mom and sister all the time. The family knew something was wrong when she hadn’t returned calls and texts after a mere couple of hours. “She’s in medical sales,” sister Kelly said. “Her phone is her life, it’s never off. I mean, she loves her phone.”

    http://tcjewfolk.com/remembering-allison-feldman/

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    There is a Tiffany's within a 20-25 minute drive from Minnetonka at the Galleria.
    https://www.bing.com/mapspreview?rtp...(952)+922-0066

    There is also a Tiffany and Co. in Tucson, where she graduated from college, and one located in Scottsdale, where she was currently living. Just wondering if the bracelet was a gift or if she purchased it for herself. Since it is the classic Tiffany's heart charm bracelet, I lean to it being a gift.

    If the killer had injuries to his hands and arms, that indicates death by strangulation, jmho.

    Did Allison have a clue that her boyfriend was going to ask for her hand in marriage during the month of July in Israel? If so, I don't think she was seeing or dating any other guys. Since the boyfriend has been cleared, I presume the PD obtained his DNA sample.
    IIRC, the Tiffany bracelet was from her employer. However, it's a moot point because it came out later that the bracelet was in fact, not stolen in conjunction with the murder but was found at her home. This is mentioned in articles that you can google.

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    Snipped from above "... there were no signs of forced entry in the home of Allison Feldman, which is usually an indicator that the killer was someone she’d either known and trusted or had been acquainted with in some way."
    So they are sure she was not tricked in some way to open her door and let the killer in? What if she thought her BF was at the door and simple opened it in moment of not thinking - and was surprised by the killer...


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    Quote Originally Posted by JnRyan View Post
    I believe that could be the case, but it won't be obvious to her BF, family and friends. Someone she knew, but not well. The guy in the grocery store or coffee shop or a mini-mart. Someplace she frequented often enough to say 'Hi' to and recognized, but gave little thought to when she left. She seemed like a friendly, upbeat person so the possibilities there are many. If it was someone from out of town as LE suspects, then she may have run across them 3-4 times over the previous week. Of course, if that was the case, how did they know where she lived? I lean toward a local. Either someone in the neighborhood and therefore would know where she lived. Or someone at a bank or store where she bought something and may have had to show an ID - cashing a check or buying alcohol - and they saw her address. I have no idea if she drank.
    I agree - not obvious to her BF, family or friends. But I am thinking it could be someone she knew quite a bit better better than a casual guy in passing, or someone from a market she frequented. We all have our hunches - some based on what we know, some on what we think, and some on what we think we know. I am still so very perplexed by the powdery substance found about her head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeDee View Post
    This possibility could go toward the killer taking her iPhone6 upon leaving the CS. However, why couldn't LEO subpoena her records from At&T or whoever was her phone carrier and also records from her account at JDate?

    I've deduced that Allison was raped, strangled and her precious self was left nude. How very traumatizing for all of her loved ones.

    There were a large number of break ins in her area during the time of Allison's murder but police refused to say if her home had been one of them. I support ALL law enforcement officials to make the proper decision in every case they encounter. After a year and a half, what could it hurt to release the break-in information?

    Did any sleuths determine if there were any or many Registered SOs in her neighborhood at the TOD? Also, do we know the time in which she spoke to her father and/or the time that their call ended on Tuesday evening? TIA
    http://www.abc15.com/news/region-nor...of-killers-dna
    I believe Allison talked to her mom around 8 pm, and her dad texted her at 10 and he recieved a fail notice that it did not go thru. The next day, on Wed. everyone became alarmed because no one could reach her.
    Justice for Allison........

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    Oops, I put wrong link in my above post regarding when Allison last talked to her family. I meant to post this one, although it is not specific. I posted a link in thread 3 #1030 with a link with times but it doesn't work any longer.
    Also, Allison died of head trauma, with alot of blood and a "cloth" around her head. I don't recall strangulation. She did fight for her life as reported.
    The case is cold, as most of us agree, I think LE should release more info.
    http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/...eaks/23787219/

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeDee View Post
    Family racked with questions over Scottsdale woman's death
    Posted: Feb 20, 2015 12:53 PM CST

    "Police had no previous interactions with Allison Feldman, authorities said. But at the request of her boyfriend, she installed an alarm system at her home about six weeks ago, her father said."

    http://www.azfamily.com/story/284005...e-womans-death

    Then, on the same day:

    Mystery as murdered saleswoman, 31, found in suburban Arizona home weeks before her engagement
    PUBLISHED: 17:28 EST, 20 February 2015

    "Feldman, who comes from Minnesota but has lived in Arizona since college, was encouraged to get an alarm system by her boyfriend, but hadn't got round to taking the advice".

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...#ixzz4DP7lHrlY


    Did she or didn't she have a security alarm installed?
    Yes, she did. It was through Cox, the cable/Internet company that serves this area and offers home security as well. The sign was in her front yard. However, it's not clear as to if her alarm was set that night.


    This possibility could go toward the killer taking her iPhone6 upon leaving the CS. However, why couldn't LEO subpoena her records from At&T or whoever was her phone carrier and also records from her account at JDate?

    There were a large number of break ins in her area during the time of Allison's murder but police refused to say if her home had been one of them. I support ALL law enforcement officials to make the proper decision in every case they encounter. After a year and a half, what could it hurt to release the break-in information?
    LE can get her cell phone and Internet records. I can't imagine that they haven't already. They haven't, to my knowledge, released what they discovered from those records if anything. They also have not released anything about recent Internet searches on her phone or computer, or other social media or dating site activity.

    In terms of break-ins, there was a burglary ring operating in her area at that time. The perps were caught shortly after she was murdered, and I believe they were cleared of involvement in other area crimes. I would have to search for the article that stated that, though. Regardless, I'm fairly certain that LE investigated them in regard to any additional possibilities. Additionally, break-ins are common in that part of town and most happen during the day when people are at work.


    But I am thinking it could be someone she knew quite a bit better better than a casual guy in passing, or someone from a market she frequented.
    I personally don't think she was killed by a random person. If it wasn't someone close to her, I believe it was someone she knew well.


    Since the boyfriend has been cleared, I presume the PD obtained his DNA sample.
    To my knowledge, he has not been cleared. No one has. No one has been cleared, no one has been declared a suspect. The police have obtained DNA samples, but I do not believe they have officially cleared anyone.
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    Here's my take on it. Allison comes from the upper Midwest where everybody is friendly with their neighbors. It's a given, it's like a rule, I know that from my experience. The post on her obituary by her condo neighbor says she was a great neighbor. They really liked her. If one of her neighbors came to her door, that night, I truly believe Allison would have opened the door. IMO, I think it was a neighbor who found her attractive and knew she lived there alone and of course saw the boyfriend leave. Wonder if LE got any of the neighbors DNA or if they checked out anyone that moved since the murder.

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