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January 12, 2007

No Body No Crime … Not in the case of Murdered Brandy Rowe in KY

Posted in: Aruba,Crime,Natalee Holloway

So it appears “if there is no body” there can be a case and a crime. Such is the case in Crime_SolversSaylerville, KY. Aruba may wish to take notes. Three Saylersville residents residents, Don Reed, Paul Arnett, and Linda Arnett, have been arrested in the murder of 28 year old Brandy Rowe.

Police arrested Don Reed, Paul Arnett, and Linda Arnett for the murder of Brandy Rowe, 28, of Salyersville. Rowe was last seen December 23 when she left a Magoffin County residence to go for a ride with some people she knew. Police say the group was headed to a rural area near the Magoffin-Breathitt county line  

State police say an acquaintance of Rowe’s contacted the Magoffin County sheriff’s office Monday to report she had been shot and her body dumped near the rural area where the group had been headed. (LEX 18)

 Isn’t it amazing when suspects are actually confronted with their crimes? The finger pointing begins.

The three suspects facing murder charges in the case of a missing eastern Kentucky woman pointed fingers at each other during a hearing Wednesday. (LEX18)

Police charged the 3 suspects with the following:

Reed was charged with murder, while the Arnetts’ were charged with individual counts of criminal facilitation to commit murder. Everyone was charged with tampering with physical evidence, according to a press release issued by the department. (Herald Dispatch)

To date no body has been recovered. Brandy Rowe has been missing since December 23, 2006.

Even without the body, police “have discovered enough evidence to substantiate a charge of murder,” said Trooper Elliott Gollihue, a spokesman for the Pikeville state police post. (Lexington Herald Leader)


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