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*    I am doing some research this afternoon. LIP News will be back tomorrow.


Erma Kaylor

From an October 9th, 2013  WGAL-TV interview between Meredith Jorgensen and Lancaster Police Captain Mike Winters about the May 16, 2012 murder of 83-year-old Erma Kaylor in her home and transcribed on this site (click here for the original).    

     WGAL never followed up with Winters. What did the lab tell them? Where is the DNA information about her killer – race, ethnicity, hair and eye color? Why can’t the Lancaster City Police and the District Attorney’s office solve her horrific murder? Is her killer that smart?
Please check back later today.

9 Responses to * IS HER KILLER THAT SMART?

  1. LNP Sucks Too says:

    Can that paper suck any worse than it already does?

  2. LNP Sucks Too says:

    And they ran a picture of him unlike the P

    • Becky says:

      And had a lot more info! His attorney is Heidi Eakin! She represented DJ Jayne Duncan against Stedman and Lancaster Police Officer Ray Corll! Small world!

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’ll bet her killer looks just like the one in the dna composite in the last one when he was grandstanding for a Superior Court seat. Expect another news conference right before Gov. Wolf fills a seat on the county bench, if he does.

  4. huh? says:

    I know that people sometimes take you to task for writing about Scott and Amber and their whole marriage remarriage custody hidden divorces etc etc. Some say that these are “private matters.”

    Well, then what does one say when the LNP decides to publicize someone’s marital woes? Is it because this guy was the cofounder of Clipper Stadium and took money out of their grubbing hands instead of it going to their Con center?

    Wonder why this was so publicly important?


  5. huh? says:

    Barry, that’s not such a bad idea (I haven’t seen the movie yet).

    Someone should put up a billboard with photos of all the unsolved murder victims. The magnitude of just how many have gone unsolved along with a visual representation might actually have the average Lancaster countian waking up to how lacking their detectives are.

    But we know what is important to this LPD. Inventing new categories of crimes like “riot” when they can’t charge them for speaking their mind.

  6. barry in winnipeg says:

    Maybe it’s time to start putting billboards outside of Lancaster?

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