EIGHT MONTHS!Posted on January 16th, 2013 3 comments
ARREST HER KILLER!
It has now been eight months since 83-year-old Erma Kaylor was brutally murdered in her West Vine Street home on May 16th, 2012. Her killer is still on the loose. Police Chief Keith Sadler said the police would do their job and find and arrest her killer. When will that happen, Chief?
There will be much more later today.
A reminder that there is a “Community Meeting” planned for this evening at 4:00 pm in the St. Joseph Catholic Church. From the Lancaster City Police Facebook page (a map to the church is below):
COMMUNITY MEETING PLANNED FOR SOUTHWEST CITY RESIDENTS-WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16TH, 2013.
The Lancaster Violent Crime Reduction Initiative (LVCRI) has planned a community meeting on Wednesday, January 16th, 2013 at 4 PM. The meeting will be held at the St. Joseph Catholic Church on St. Joseph Street. The goal of LVCRI is to stop the drugs and violence that plague communities and they want to hear idea…s from residents on how to improve the neighborhood. This is an opportunity for residents to be heard and to participate in making their community safer. All are welcome to attend. LVCRI supporters include the Neighborhoods of Southwest Lancaster, Boys and Girls Club, Water Street Ministries, Lancaster Community Safety Coalition and the Lancaster City Police.
3 responses to “EIGHT MONTHS!”
Concerned January 16th, 2013 at 13:19
This unsolved murder has taken way too long to solve. If Chief Sadler can’t solve any murders while he’s in office than he needs to turn in his badge. Doesn’t he realize that the victims families need and want justice and closure. I bet if that was one of his family members he would do whatever it takes to make an arrest in their murder. So why doesn’t he care about someone elses family member? I’m not just talking about this particular case. I’m talking about all the unsolved murders.
anonymous2 January 16th, 2013 at 13:52
I am concerned with justice for the victims. But is anyone addressing the cold-blooded killers out there still walking the streets? Where is the concern for public safety? Who will be next?
Concerned January 16th, 2013 at 16:52
I agree that this needs to be addressed. People should be able to feel safe in their own communities without fearing that their lives or their families are in danger. They need to get these cold-blooded killers off the streets and locked up where they belong so that everyone can feel safer. The longer they are walking the streets no one is safe.