- Oct 10, 2012
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There are some (little) houses near the mile marker...does anyone know if LE checked into those? Surely they did.
Strange case. Searching of any new news..... nothing really, seems like the case ended back in March when some of her remains were found....
I did see this -
I don't remember reading that before.... - why would any gal do that, out there alone at night :waitasec: ?
Well, this is ****ed up if its was foul play. Might not ever know what happened. jmo
So that article has just been corrected, surely after they saw her sister's comment, and now doesn't say that she contacted state troopers, but that a trooper saw her abandoned car and tagged it.
No doubt this might offend some people but it is based on experience. My first thought was that a thorough evaluation of the trooper involved would be warranted. I would also interview all of the people involved in the minor inconsistency in news reports regarding that contact, reporters, police personnel etc and find all paperwork involved.
Thanks for posting. I think this is a good point. That was the last alleged sighting. And as OldSteve mentioned, why refuse help? Did she really refuse help? Good point.
Also, I think maybe her phone logs need to be re-examined again---had she called/texted someone who agreed to come help her? Surely this would have been checked out...
As I've mentioned, there are all kinds of wierdos on the trails. Does a potential culprit live in the area, or was he just passing through? Was he lying in wait? Was he on foot, bike or vehicle? Has Travis Forbes been reinterviewed? What about ARS?
I really do not think she fell in the creek. I guess an accident could happen, but I just don't think so. jmo
Additionally, a certain type of personality is attracted to police work
In reading from above -
Got to wonder if something along the lines of "a certain type of personality is attracted to Websleuths" can be said about us folks here :lol: :lol:
Not meant as a criticism of your post FleaSpirit, just a thought that ran thru my noggin...
I do have an interest in cases where there is an obvious suspect who is being ignored because he is a police officer. I'm old enough that I could give you dozens of examples. In the rape case mentioned above, I heard about it shortly before I was to meet with someone I had worked with in a previous job. I said to her "you'll never guess who was arrested as a serial rapist". When I told her it was a police officer she said told me she had been raped by a police officer in Seward, a town not that far away, some years before. There is example after example after example. Ignore it if you want.
As for who is attracted to websleuth, I see a huge amount of gossipy type talk that really does nothing for anyone. I don't know if that is something you would notice 'not as specific criticism'.
As for this case, Ms Ahonen, there seems like one obvious way to rule in or rule out the trooper involved.
The license plate of the car was given. From that a person could get the vin. From that they could find out who the car was towed to, how long they had it, what repairs were done and when it was sold.
If the car had no major problems then it is likely the trooper was not involved.
However if the car did have problems, a blown radiator, a major engine problem, a bad starter, then it is extremely unlikely she would have told the arriving trooper that she didn't really need assistance.
So was this ever checked out? I doubt it.
A police car cam, or body cam, would have been a help here to see what actually took place....
I wonder why she went to that location that day. IIRC, she did not take her hiking equipment....
Attempted sexual assault by police impersonator in Castle Rock: