Found Deceased KY - Savannah Spurlock, 22, left 'The Other Bar' with 2 men, Richmond, 4 Jan 2019 #5 *Arrest*

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  1. rsd1200

    rsd1200 If there's no link, it's just my own 2¢.

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    I think @altojack meant, helped him move back home. I may be mistaken but that's the way I understood.
     
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    Dre Well-Known Member

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    In my own perception of this case, no one besides DS knew, he didn’t tell anyone but of course many people’s suspicion started to grow until it broke wide open.
     
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    Ok, thanks. I've been reading so much lately, I'll have to go back and check.
     
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    Yes, that's exactly what I meant.
     
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    There’s a investigation discovery episode on Savannah that I watched last week. I think in that episode, her aunt talks about how Savannah’s friend came to her house. They decided they both wanted to go out and her mom let them use her car. I’m not even sure if Savannah had her own car. Her mom didn’t realize they were going to be out all night. The two of them drove to a male friends house in Lexington. The three of them took his car to the bar.
     
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    The 1st time I read your comment I was thrown off a sec and thought you meant the last 2 sentences were after they left the bar but realized I am reading to much :cool:
     
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    Seattle1 #LiveLikeLizzy

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    It’s written over and over that perps seldom leave their comfort zones.
     
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    True, and very often it seems they don't put much thought into what to do after the crime. It always seems to be a panicked attempt to cover up afterwards, regardless of whether or not it was planned. Imo
     
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    I wonder if the girlfriend that was out with Savannah that night texted her to make sure she got home ok since they had an argument and she left? Don’t know if there was any texts/calls/FT after Savannah got to his house.
     
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    My go to is looking for a place the killer played or lived near as a child or teen , it never seems to fail unless its a traveling killer like Sam Little
     
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    My heart goes out to Savannah’s family and especially those four little kids of hers. I’m sure no one in her family ever thought something like what has occurred would ever happen. I’m so glad that LE kept on looking at the three guys she was last seen with and finally Karma caught up with one of them so far. JMOO
     
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  12. rsd1200

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    IIRC, her phone pinged on the Jessamine/Fayette line. I think since, there were three men, and two vehicles, then she wasn't relying on DS to be the one to take her back to Lex to get Mom's car, or to get to Richmond, in the a.m.

    It's Lexington too. There are bus routes, unless they've gone up, for around a $1.00, and there are night and weekend routes. There's cabs, Ubers and Lyfts, too. She also had her phone at that point. I wonder if she ever tried to call, any of the friends she went to the bar with, to come back to get her?

    If she and her friend got into such a disagreement, that they left the bar without her, would SS have even wanted to have gone to stay the night there? She also, already had a DUI, and court coming up, would she have wanted to have taken another chance, in getting into Mom's vehicle, and driven it to Richmond, after drinking, and it after 2:00 a.m.? Maybe, since at least one of the men was said to have been from Richmond, they told her they'd take her home the next morning, when they went home, so she went with them.
     
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    AmandaReckonwith Defective Detective

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    This may not be a well received comment but I agree with Mr. Spurlock. It must have been incredibly hard to realize your son was involved in a murder and to come to the realization he buried her on YOUR property. Devastating, and I do not mean to take anything from the Spurlock's because that kind of devastation, loosing a child, is incomparable and there are just no words to take that pain away.
     
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    I also wonder if it's why he only put her 2 ft down, He had to get her in the ground quickly.
     
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    Hey Julia, fellow KY girl here. I don't think it's been as hot here as it has in the past summers, it waited a little later to get stifling. We've also had a lot of rain this year, if she was buried in a shaded area do you think it's possible that slowed the decomposition? I do agree it was extremely shallow and odd they didn't notice or smell something earlier. There has to be more to this to explain how they missed her in the earlier search. The ground was frozen solid when she was buried and likely did not grow back quickly.
     
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    I think the combination of being wrapped in several plastic bags and being under ground all winter definitely hindered decomposition. As soon as the ground got warmer, decomposition would have resumed and that's what would have caused the terrible smell.
    When the dogs were there, the ground was likely frozen making it more difficult to detect an odor. Imo
     
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    ab01 "What is done in the dark always comes to light"

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    I will say this though, it’s highly likely that there had been a horrible smell for quite some time before authorities were notified.

    While it’s true that we had a colder than normal spring this yr soil temperatures have still been warm for quite some time.

    70 degrees at 20” soil depth since June 1

    Jmo
     
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    It's not been that hot in and around this part, of the region, GC included, until, just the past couple weeks or so. We didn't really have a warming from Winter to Summer. Spring was cool and wet. It was like, when summer arrived, it just HIT all at once. Humidity and temp combined had us nearing, or at 100 degrees during the period leading up to when she was found. It was stifling.
     
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    Yeah, I would think it was gradual and then came on really strong. Imo
     
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