Friday, October 30, 2009
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Monday, October 26, 2009
Robin Meade, anchor of Headline News's morning program, is from the New London area where Amy's body was found in 1990.
Please take a moment today to remind her of the anniversary of Amy's disappearance coming up tomorrow.
Hopefully, she'll give the case some much-needed national exposure.
Her email: Robin.Meade@turner.com
Thank you. We've gotten lots of coverage thanks to those billboards. Let's keep it up for another 24 hours!
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Says Bay Village Police Chief David Wright:
"It's hard to put a number on how many suspects there are. But I'm sure we've already talked to him."Makes me think that maybe it's time to get a pair of fresh eyes on those old reports, because if that's the case, they've definitely overlooked something important. Other police departments with cold cases have asked detectives from other jurisdictions to look at cases. Might not be a bad idea to partner with someone like Robert Sackett, the guy who handles the Beverly Jarosz case in Garfield Heights, or some of the sharp detectives over at the Cleveland Sex Crimes unit.
Friday, October 23, 2009
Remember Rick Burns, the guy who came forward earlier this year, claiming to have seen a gold pontiac parked beside his auto body shop next to the Bay Square Plaza the day Amy was abducted? The man who also said he saw the driver of this car and that it was Dean Runkle?
Investigators have been trying to tell him he was mis-remembering the incident.
Well, this morning, through a twist of fate, we now have confirmation of most of Burns's story.
Get this: A well-known Cuyahoga County judge took her daughter's car to Burn's shop today. Amy came up in conversation. The judge tells Rick that she was in the plaza the day Amy was abducted. That she had been interviewed by FBI about what she saw in 1989. She told them everything she saw in the plaza that afternoon (around 3:20). But she never told them what she saw after she left.
This judge has a crystal clear memory. And she is positive she saw a gold colored car parked in Burns' lot, right next to the brick wall where the plaza begins, closest to Baskin-Robins where Amy was taken.
She never thought it was important and the FBI never asked (remember--they didn't know about Runkle until much later). And she hasn't been re-interviewed since then.
Is this enough to bring this thing together? Man, this seems good to me.
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Saturday, October 17, 2009
Friday, October 16, 2009
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Remember Al Matlock? He was the hoodlum from Ashland County who supposedly drove out to the location where Amy's body was found out on 1181 and talked about how nobody really cared for the kid, anyway. According to a source from Ashland, Matlock basically implicated himself in the crime.