Found Deceased OR - Karissa Alyn Fretwell, 25, William "Billy" Fretwell, Toddler, Salem, 13 May 2019 *ARREST*

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  1. freefallzzzz

    freefallzzzz Well-Known Member

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    There are currently two search locations. The location of the field I don't think has been publicly released yet but it is also in Yamhill County
     


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    Oh, not good! Not good at all!
     
  3. ClaireNC

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    Karissa’s father died when she was a teen. I can definitely see someone taking advantage of her.
     
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    I’ve seen Tweets from news sources about it being two place the private property and a field that is county owned. Unfortunately I can show links just now. On my phone.

    It’s mentioned here: Police searching Yamhill County field for missing Salem mother, 3-year-old son
     
  5. Jethro4WS

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    KPTV is saying in Hopewell is where one site is.

    JUST IN: #Salem police confirm investigators are searching a rural field near the community of Hopewell and a home in Gaston for missing #Salem mom Karissa Fretwell and her 3yo son William (Billy). They can’t say what prompted the new searches. @fox12oregon

    Kelsey Watts on Twitter


    Hopewell
    Google Maps

    ETA: This is about 26 miles driving from the other property they are searching.
     
  6. freefallzzzz

    freefallzzzz Well-Known Member

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    Oh good, yes the other location is in Hopewell. I didn't want to say until it was officially released
     
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    This is just looking so dire. I am so worried for this young mom and beautiful boy.
     
  9. Jethro4WS

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    Yes, this is looking dire.
     
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    Missing 10 days...recent court case... :(
     
  11. Jethro4WS

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    If I understood the question and answer concerning Hopewell in the press briefing I linked - what we see in a previous tweet photo (same reporter KPTV) from Hopewell is the staging area and not the actual location.
     
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    Search efforts for missing West Salem mother, son lead to rural Yamhill County property

    At least four law enforcement agencies are searching two rural properties in Yamhill County in connection with a Salem mom and her young son who went missing more than a week ago.

    Salem Police, Yamhill County Sheriffs, Oregon State Police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are searching a home near Gaston and a field on Hopewell Road northwest of Salem, said Lt. Treven Upkes of the Salem Police.

    They have been searching the properties since early Thursday morning, looking for Karissa Fretwell, 25, and her son William Fretwell, 3. The two were reported missing May 13 after Karissa did not show up for work.

    The search in Hopewell includes a field about 1/4-mile in radius.

    Authorities are searching the property in hopes of locating Karissa and William, or discovering evidence which may lead to their location, according to a press release from the Yamhill County Sheriff's Office
     
  13. Jethro4WS

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    This is the staging area in Hopewell in Streetview.

    Google Maps

    If you turn to the left and then go in that direction up to the curve you should see the green building where the police tent is where the briefing was given.
     
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    Thanks @Jethro4WS ... He was on your radar from day 1 ...
     
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    Based on how far apart these locations are, and how far from where Karissa was living in West Salem, it is likely the locations (especially the Hopewell one) for the search come from phone location records.
     
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    Hazelnutty Innocent Bystander

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    Oh no. Searching the father's property.

    Nothing good comes next.
     
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    Ugh, this is so enraging. There are so many men who are so greedy and determined to not pay to support their children. I'm guessing this man had assets and figured murder was better than just evading paying child support and moving around repeatedly to do that. Billy looks so sweet. It's not his fault if his father was married. :/
     
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    Kellee Azar on Twitter
    Search and rescue crews in Hopewell are searching a field. Police say this scene is also connected to the disappearance of Karissa Fretwell and her 3yo son, William. #LiveOnK2
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    3:32 PM - 23 May 2019
     
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    Cole Miller on Twitter
    We’re at the second scene where investigators, including @SalemPoliceDept, are searching for clues in the disappearance of Karissa Fretwell and her 3-year-old son. This property is in rural Yamhill Co outside of Gaston #KOIN6News
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    3:41 PM - 23 May 2019
     
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    Public's help sought for missing mother and child - UPDATE (Photo) - 05/23/19
    UPDATE on May 23, 2019 at 3:00 p.m.

    Salem, Ore.— The Salem Police Department has developed a person of interest in the disappearance of Karissa and William Fretwell.

    Michael John Wolfe, age 52 of Gaston, Oregon, is sought for questioning by the Salem Police Department and the Yamhill County Sheriff’s Office.

    Wolfe is a white male adult, 6’ 2” tall, and weighs more than 200 pounds. He has thinning brown hair and hazel eyes.

    Investigators ask the public for help in locating Wolfe. Anyone with information about his whereabouts should call the Salem Police Department Tips Hotline at 503-588-8477.
    Public's help sought for missing mother and child - UPDATE (Photo)
     
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