TN - Cynthia Crabtree, 28, found murdered, Smith County, 18 May 2010

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  1. PickieChickie

    PickieChickie Former Member

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    Police find man's dentures with name engraved on them near woman's body!

    By Associated Press - 9:21 AM CDT, June 18, 2010

    COOKEVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Authorities found a suspect's dentures, engraved with his name, near the body of a woman found dead on a roadside in Smith County.

    The Cookeville Herald Citizen reports the body of Cynthia Dawn Crabtree, of Cookeville, was discovered May 28. About 10 feet away were state-issued dentures belonging to Mike Horn.

     
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  3. Sooner Fan#1

    Sooner Fan#1 Rest in Peace

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    Good grief! I wonder if they gave his dentures back or are they being held in evidence? Wouldn't you think he might have missed them? Ugh..
     
  4. PickieChickie

    PickieChickie Former Member

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    Instead of taking a bite out of crime, this careless criminal left a bite near the crime! Lol!
     
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    Sooner Fan#1 Rest in Peace

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    lmao!!!
     
  6. PickieChickie

    PickieChickie Former Member

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    I hate to sound uncaring, but maybe he killed her because she stole his dentures! When he tried to get them from her, she tossed them as far as she could out into the darkness.
     
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    Yeah, but maybe he told her to bite him? :waitasec::innocent:
     

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