Has anybody said anything on her about the Netherland girl babysitting Crystal's kid(s)?
It's weird that this says Nelson Co is leading investigation on Crystal. Earlier article says that KSP is, and that they have 2 retired officers designated to look into Crystal's and a few other cases full time.A Louisville, KY television station, WAVE3 reported today at noon that the search related to Crystal's father, Tommy Ballard. I don't know if the reporter was told this or if the reporter assumed this because it was the State Police serving the warrant.
"While the Nelson County Sheriff's Office is leading the investigation into Rogers' disappearance, the State Police are investigating Ballard's death."
"Trooper Jeff Gregory, a spokesman for KSP Post 4 in Elizabethtown confirmed that there were three State Police Detectives on the scene executing a search warrant."
He also has a thread here.
This is so weird that I just now saw this and since I'd just posted and what I'd posted about...
New police chief vows to rebuild community trust in its police department
We can only wait and see if she's cut out for that task. At least she's from "far off" Louisville and isn't already involved in the drama going on.
If she actually tries to clean things up, then she may end up being the next missing person. I have a feeling that Bardstown won't get cleaned up until the U.S. Justice Department gets involved.
You're definitely correct about the corruption (or just plain incompetence on the part of people who could keep things in line). I definitely don't have to do any research to know that. I've basically lived in Nelson County all of my life so I've seen the aura of corruption (all around, not just cops) since I was a kid. If you were to move here, you'd know what I'm talking about after you've been here for a week or two.Now, I've found a lot of police officers and city officials are corrupt or involved in illegal or unethical activities. (these are just a few, do yuour research)
It's not just the Bardstown Police who should be under a cloud of suspicion. The Nelson County Sheriff's office and the Kentucky State Police also deal with basically the same types of crimes in the same area. It wouldn't be hard at all for someone in one department to step on from one of the other department's feet.Based on my research I believe that one or more officers within Bardstown Police were the eyes and ears for setting up Officer Ellis. No such thing as coincidences. **Officer Ellis was ambushed** on the Kentucky bluegrass parkway. How convenient for killers, yes two, that the very officer cracking down on drugs is the officer ambushed. Many State troopers and 1 or 2 Bardstown officers took that same exit, the Kentucky bluegrass Parkway. (Many have said it was members of the Big Money Gang).
I didn't think that Nelson County was big enough to own so many coincidences. But with the way things have been going here for the past decade or so, not much surprises me. The killer(s) had to be close to both Ellis and Ballard. Unless they could communicate with some kind of magical "Security Camera Fairy" who tells them when cameras are either broken or just not there.Crystals father, **Tommy Ballard** was killed Nov 2016) because he wouldn't stop investigating his daughters disappearance. He had cameras mounted on his truck after telling his wife he was being followed however, the Bardstown police say they weren't working that day. how convenient.
Nobody really knows exactly what's happening. But we definitely know that whatever it is, it sure ain't good.What the hell is going on in Bardstown, Ky (population approx 11,000)
...domestic or scorned lover situations. Crystal husband killed her.
"Worked out great"....wow interesting word choice..."“I have been advised you know to ride the wave and keep on keeping on. And that's what I've done and it's worked out great this far,” Brooks Houck told WDRB."
3 years after Crystal Rogers went missing, Brooks Houck speaks to WDRB