- May 9, 2018
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We will not give up until they are brought home and we see some brought to justice
He was a State Police Officer tooI noticed that Bryan Lee Westfall had a brother who died at 51.
I wonder what the official cause of death was and whether an autopsy was performed. If the brother knew something, Bryan may have wanted him out of the way.
A group of professionally trained volunteers and canines will search the land surrounding the Hillsboro Civic Center in Jefferson County this Sunday, May 19, for any sign of Amanda Jones. It is the last place Jones was seen before she disappeared on August 14, 2005.
"We've had so many people tell us 'Well it's going to be 14 years, it's time to let go.' No, it's never time to let go," Amanda's mom, Bertha Propst, tells us.
That's why they hosted their own search party Sunday morning with 50 searchers and dogs. They hope that this search will trigger someone to speak out.
I believe the brother had something to do with it, it would of needed two people. Amanda was a bigger girl plus very pregnantThe location that you suggested is possible, but so are many others. Burying her on his own property would have provided privacy, but it would also have meant compelling evidence against him were Amanda ever found, so it may well be that she is not on his property.
I find it intriguing that the POI's brother died very young. I wonder whether an autopsy was performed. Maybe the brother knew something and became a liability.
Stephanie’sJust a thought: The Westfall properties have rocky areas and caves. IIRC, Bryan stated to LE he was doing volunteer work at the Hillsboro Civic Center for a horse show. Bryan was Jefferson County
Director for the Missouri Cattlemen's Association - Did Bryan own a horse trailer? Or have access to a horse trailer? A horse trailer would be the perfect way to transport someone unconscious to any of the properties and dispose of a body (by dragging to the edge of the rocks and knocking the person into a deep cravasse or cave). I wonder if LE ever checked any of his horse trailers for evidence, or search any caves? Also, I have been searching and not finding much info on Bryan's girlfriend Stephanie A. Votrain.
I have been trying to connect these 3 together Bolin, Wright and Westfall. They grew up in Hillsboro, they all did computer work but that’s all I have, I need more. Wright and Bolin had drug problems did Westfall? Wright was in Hillsboro at the time of Amanda going missing but did he know Westfall. It would of took more than one person, Amanda was a bigger girl plus extremely pregnant. The blue totes that Westfall asked his girlfriend to bring to the farm that day, did the police ever locate them?I can't edit my post above, but I would like to correct my comment about there being "nothing suspicious." I took that in a general way, but as was pointed out to me on the RB thread, it wasn't meant that way. I see that Wright was referring to finding nothing suspicious in the searches of Amanda's and her friends' homes. And of course, if there is no evidence of foul play, LE has to treat the case as a missing persons case. Adults are free to disappear, so no crime is committed until there is evidence. Tommy Wright was following procedure. My apology to him.
That is what is so frustrating about disappearance cases like Amanda's, Ronnie Bolin's, and Stephanie Warner's in my signature. If there is no body and no one talks, it's a home run for the murderer and LE's hands are tied, waiting for someone to slip up.