GUILTY PA - Ashley Kline, 23, Berks County, 30 December 2013

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  1. zwiebel

    zwiebel New Member

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    Because it gives them more time for forensic evidence to be destroyed? Bodies are found quicker when left in suburbs and towns. And I suppose there is also a desire to have the victim found a safe distance away from the perp's residence too.
     


  2. zwiebel

    zwiebel New Member

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    I believe it was fenced off? So I'm wondering if an item was just thrown there, by someone passing (or fleeing) by the area? Maybe something that the person hadn't realized they still had on them, or was still in their vehicle?
     
  3. zwiebel

    zwiebel New Member

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    .....or a really sly attempt to focus suspicion on someone who works there?
     
  4. Saphyrrra

    Saphyrrra Active Member

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    I know, was rhetorical. Just angry it could end in this sad state instead of a happy reunion
     
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    cutter99 Well-Known Member

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    I do not believe this is a suicide.
     
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    I have been following this story for the last several days. Saw the news report on WGAL 8 just a few minutes ago and they stated body was found on Laurel Drive, an unpaved road in the Middle Creek Wildlife area.

    It's scary. I live in Newmanstown which is just north of the wildlife area by about 10 minutes. Womelsdorf and Robesonia are north east of Newmanstown just a few miles away, 5 minute drive.

    The local area around here has a lot of back roads, country roads, and farm land but the PA turnpike can be reached with ease in about 20 minutes driving. Larger cities like Reading and Harrisburg are 30 - 50 minutes away.

    Just wanted to give people here an idea of the local area. As of now the news stated they don't have confirmation on the gender but the location of the body isn't far from where Ashley had residence. (about 15/20 minutes due South of Womelsdorf/ Robesonia)

    An added note: Someone posted on Lancater Online news in comments that people from the Hat Factory in Adamstown had come across Ashley's purse. This apparently was the evidence spoken about and why investigators searched the factory and drained a couple of waste areas. Adamstown is about 25 minutes east of the Middle Creek Wildlife area where the body was found. Find this info about purse in article comments here http://lancasteronline.com/article/local/941738_Investigators-search-Adamstown-waste-station-for-missing-Berks-County-woman.html
     
  7. Saphyrrra

    Saphyrrra Active Member

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  8. Eileen730

    Eileen730 Former Member

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    Cawfee my friend how the heck are ya?

    And still nothing on RM

    Well what if she was harmed at home and taken out.
    Has happened before wouldn't be anything new.
     
  9. Eileen730

    Eileen730 Former Member

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    Or set on fire
     
  11. Eileen730

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    My husband says there's a mental institution near there
     
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    Eileen730 Former Member

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    Yes that's it
    My husband lived in that area he has relatives there still
     
  15. zwiebel

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    Saphyrrra Active Member

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    ugh i wouldnt be asking right now...family is probably going through hell waiting
     
  17. Saphyrrra

    Saphyrrra Active Member

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  18. zwiebel

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    Could Ashley have been popping out to a local store at that time of night? That's one reason I hadn't considered for someone in their nightwear to throw on a coat and go out. The other one is having a dog.
     
  19. Saphyrrra

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    tbh honest depends on her clothing choice...my neighbor literally wears pjs and pajama coat all day and to bus stops......hard to tell.
     
  20. Eileen730

    Eileen730 Former Member

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    What time did they say she left the house. 8?
    That's not all that late and if she did t drive wouldn't those living with her
    Would ask where she was going and if she had a ride and what time she would be back?
     

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