Discussion in '2010's Missing' started by GuyfromCanada, Dec 3, 2018.
So solicitation, but who ultimately killed her? They think PF too?
Still working on solicitation charge, but will not elaborate at this time (per presser).
"Absolute possibility" of additional arrests re solicitation, but not commenting now. "Very fluid investigation."
Evidence suggests crime occurred in Kelsey's home.
No evidence of another boyfriend of Kelsey.
The crime occured at KB residence. I think LE may know where the body is. <sigh>
Finally received enough info to implicate him to get arrest warrant. Multiple interviews.
Murdered in her home, as it looked like from what was happening last night
Believe she was killed at her home
Only one arrest at this point
Her phone really is in Idaho
her phone IS in idaho
The phone IS in Idaho!
Phone ping phone is in ID, working to recover the phone. Phone info was accurate.
Kelsey's phone did end up in Idaho. Still working to recover it.
"her phone did end up in Idado and we are working to try to recover that" (the ping was accurate)
That was shocking!
Money support related maybe?
The phone did end up in Idaho, he went to alot of work trying to no avail to get away with it
He asked someone to help out and took a "substantial" step to show that he meant it.
This is what I think too, after reading the Colorado statute Jethro supplied.
not familiar with CO law, but i know i've heard that in some places soliciting murder actually carries a harsher penalty than first degree murder...
Her phone ended up in Idaho. That was accurate.
IMO the solicitation evidence will be the deciding factor of guilt. If there is an eyewitness (i.e. the person(s) he solicited) and they have proof of the conversation - perhaps an iphone video/recording, - did they wiretap his cellphone?- written instructions, etc. and they came forward, he is done and probably should cut a deal like CW.
I think guilty conscience probably played into it & I'm thinking somebody came forward just over the last couple of days. JMO
That would be accessory to the crime, not solicitation of 1st degree murder. Considering they believe he planned it, he must have planned what he would do with her afterwards, I hope they can find her before too long. Deepest condolences to her family, friends and colleagues.