The possibility came to my mind that someone who has a home on that road grabbed her and took her into his/her house and then dumped her. What's the time between she left and was found? It doesn't seem like it was long to do all that was done.
Thank you Wishin! Actually we live in a pretty higher income, conservative safe community - we just happen to border Bolingbrook. And I'm not slamming Bbrook - I just don't like it.
BUT we do seem to have a few missing wives around the area.
Woe - My husband thinks he might walk too. And neither of us are happy about that because we live just on the edge of Bolingbrook in another town - but we frequently shop in Bolingbrook and I would HATE to be walking into the grocery store and see Drew there......Gives me the heebie jeebies.
Thanks, Fran, for the link. It was very interesting reading the comments, especially the longtime Oswegoan. I too, grew up in Oswego, when it was mostly cornfields and a much smaller town. We didn't lock our doors and played outside all day long only coming in for meals. And I now would...
Naperville police are continuing their investigation into the murder of a 59-yearold woman found dead Wednesday night in her townhome on the citys south side.
Cathleen A. Lewis was apparently...
Has anyone considered that she might have either,
1) left with someone that she wanted to leave with, or
2) met someone that had already been planned?
Just wondering and sorry if this has been discussed before.