Young Couple Arrested For Killing Tee...

Young Couple Arrested For Killing Teenage Girl

There are 34 comments on the KMPH-TV Fresno story from Jan 16, 2008, titled Young Couple Arrested For Killing Teenage Girl. In it, KMPH-TV Fresno reports that:

Two teenagers were arrested Tuesday around 9:30 p.m. in connection to the murder of an 18-year-old girl. via KMPH-TV Fresno

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Crysta

Pollock Pines, CA

#1 Jan 16, 2008
i love Krista pike. i can't believe someone could do this to her!!!
Tammy Warrenton Mo

Saint Peters, MO

#2 Jan 17, 2008
Do people understand that when they take someone's life it hurts everyone in the whole world...the "suspects" MURDERS BOTh need to be tried as adults and sentenced to DEATH"An eye for an eye" I don't know Krista personally my son does, and now he has to deal with the lost
Reanne

El Dorado Hills, CA

#3 Jan 17, 2008
R.I.P Krista pike
during third period at el dorado i heard the news.I was very upset to hear that one of my best friends had been murdered.i hope that the killers are trailed as adults. To those such as me that feel the loss in a very out going and loving friend remember her as the loving, funny, caring person that she is.Man to think I will never see her wonderful bright smile again brings tears to my eyes.What is the world coming to i swear that any one that could murder a sweet and wonderful girl and (one of my best friends Krista pike aka giggles) diserves to rot in hell for eternitiy.If your wondering why this girl is also known as giggles its sort of self explanitory.she was one of the happiest people i know even when she was having a bad day she had a smile on her face, to me she was the person i could tell any thing to and she would never judge me or tell a soul she brightend my day wish a simple smile and words of wisdom even though her words were mainly small silly sayings that you cold never forget.so to those who know my pain just remember her for the good times and to those who don't Im sorry you missed out on meeting such a wonderful beautiful girl.

Love always and forever
Krista pike's good friend
Reanne armacost
stacy

Fresno, CA

#4 Jan 17, 2008
oh my god i just got out of a relationship with dustin gran i cant beleve this happend it could have been me
Cody

Turlock, CA

#5 Jan 17, 2008
This is what is happening to the generation of the lost, the generation of the forgotten. Keep it coming ACLU and every other leftist who keeps the protection of God and his covering off of our schools. How can we change the world from where it is headed? I'll tell you how. Bring Christ back into the school, start standing up to the punks who bully and host evil in their lives,and start holding parents responsible for actions of their children. You know, the same actions that lots of parents love to see with their eyes wide shut! Restore the school and restore the family. That is the only way. Without committing to both, this type of story will be as common as the daily rise and fall of the stock market. People need to start opening their eyes to what our children are dealing with and the types of evils our children our faced with. For example: did anybody bother to question these murderers about the content of their myspace pages? Why didn't the parents see the signs of their children's rotting soles? or did they just decide to overlook these warnings? they need to be in the county jail side by side with the children they miserably failed.
sarah

Los Banos, CA

#6 Jan 17, 2008
i miss krista we were friends for a long time and now she is gone im so mad....everybody just pray for their family for strength thay need it, and please pray for her boyfriend
debbie lunch lady at EDHS

United States

#7 Jan 17, 2008
i didnt know krista personally but i kinda feel like i know all of the kids. This is a really tragic thing to have happen to such a beautiful young lady, my prays and thoughts are with her family. GOD BLESS
christina

Redmond, WA

#8 Jan 17, 2008
I just want to say that my heart goes out to this poor girls family. I am so sorry for your loss. I didn't know her but this is still a terrible thing that could happen to anybody. Nobody deserves something like this to happen to them. I can't understand how someone could do this to somebody else, how they could just take somebodys life. Its heartbreaking.
withduerespect

Sacramento, CA

#9 Jan 18, 2008
With all due respect, God and religion don't need to be inserted whenever something goes wrong. There are bad people who front as religious church goers too...What we should be teaching our children and schools, regardless of religion/culture, is ETHICS AND MORALS. how often do people just sit down with their kids nowadays and remind them to be good whole people who do good things for other people? Kids are used to being spoiled and even in poorer families, getting everything they want without working for it or having to see the other side of the tracks(I'm not saying this is true 100% of the time but it is common in suburbia).. This is a lost generation, I agree, but not just because of the lack of religion or whatever. We don't necessarily need a ever powerful god to fear in order to stay in line and be good people, that's just one method. Many condolences to the family of this girl, I don't wish all kinds of harm upon her murderers(from what I hear they are teenager friends of her's themselves), I'm sure they will get plenty of punishment...what they needed was someone to let them know along time ago that doing something like that would NEVER be ok and is selfish beyond belief.
Cody wrote:
This is what is happening to the generation of the lost, the generation of the forgotten. Keep it coming ACLU and every other leftist who keeps the protection of God and his covering off of our schools. How can we change the world from where it is headed? I'll tell you how. Bring Christ back into the school, start standing up to the punks who bully and host evil in their lives,and start holding parents responsible for actions of their children. You know, the same actions that lots of parents love to see with their eyes wide shut! Restore the school and restore the family. That is the only way. Without committing to both, this type of story will be as common as the daily rise and fall of the stock market. People need to start opening their eyes to what our children are dealing with and the types of evils our children our faced with. For example: did anybody bother to question these murderers about the content of their myspace pages? Why didn't the parents see the signs of their children's rotting soles? or did they just decide to overlook these warnings? they need to be in the county jail side by side with the children they miserably failed.

“See beauty in everything.”

Since: Aug 07

United States

#10 Jan 18, 2008
It's very sad that people will kill about anything. I'm sorry for her and her family and friends.

And Krista and I share the same first name. Huh.
Marlena

Madera, CA

#11 Jan 18, 2008
she was one of my best friends and the first person i met when i came to madera....and i love her sooo much and i miss her. Its hard to believe that someone would do something so horrible to such a very special person. i hope the killers get what they deserve.
Heather

Turlock, CA

#12 Jan 18, 2008
We can white wash this all we want but just take a look at the history of our nation. I am not saying that one has to believe in Christ in order to be safe in school. What I am saying, however, is that it is seemingly ironic that since the laws of this land have cracked down on religion/prayer/God in school, this seems to be the outcome. Not to say this didn't happen in the 50's but come on......not nearly as often. I recall Columbine Shooting being what seemed like the stepping stone to horror that society as we know it had never seen before. Now it is just another story on the news when a kid blows away 9 at a mall or kids shoot up 20 + at school. These two kids were idolising satan for how long? Just look at their myspace accounts. The problem is that morality goes hand in hand with God and the leftist in America are not willing to go there. So if we want our children protected from being brutally murdered by satanist, we will go back to the roots of what our nation was founded on. And for all who know the suspected killer's father....you cant help but wonder how far the apple fell from the tree. Lets reclaim our children, our community, and our schools.......before its too late.
Brittany-Ann

Madera, CA

#13 Jan 18, 2008
Krista was one of my really good friends we talked about everything, she was so awsome and great she was always a happy person she brightened up the day i will miss her she will always be in my heart R.I.P
Jay

Madera, CA

#14 Jan 18, 2008
I just want to give my condolenses to the family, friends, and fiance of Krista. My prayers are with all of you. I hope that you are able find peace within to get thru this trying time.
amanda lilley

United States

#15 Jan 18, 2008
krista was a great friend of manny of us at eldorado. we all miss her varry much hope her family can get throught this as well as all her friends.KRISTA WE MISS YOU SO SO MUTCH YOU WERE THE HAPPYEST PERSON EVER...
R.I.P. krista pike
1998-2008
Siouxgirl

Fresno, CA

#16 Jan 19, 2008
I was touched by an article where Mr Hollier expressed compassion for all four families that are involved. The finger pointing starts and stops at the the young lady now in Juvenile Hall being tried as an adult looking at life w/o possibility of parole. The parents will live their own hell here on earth. It is another wake-up to parents everywhere to pay attention to your kids though. Don't ignore them. Don't assume that you know them. Try listening more, and talking less.
Shandi

Hanford, CA

#17 Jan 19, 2008
I didn't know Krista... I met her..
but i wasn't a good friend..but she was sweet.. the kinda girl who couldn't do anything wrong..
she didn't deserve this at all..I know the two people who did this..
and they are worthless... she deserved so much more..
she deserved her wedding..
her happiness.. her life...
and all because of Jealousy..

she or Thomas won't get the happy ending they deserve...
i give my condolences to the pike and hollier family..

im sorry...
Susan

Modesto, CA

#18 Jan 20, 2008
As soon as i heard about this horrific murder, i accessed Dustin Gran’s myspace page before they stripped it offline all together and found myself playing detective. Before long, just by Gran's page, i figured out who the players were. Now that it's all out, there is just one thing that i want to touch on that has yet to even really been brought out, surprisingly. I am no one to judge by any means, but just based on his myspace page itself, i was not impressed with Thomas Hollier, the boyfriend, that this whole thing was apparently about. Let's just say that Gran’s and Navarra’s pages were not the only ones that were demonic and violent. I understand that in this country we have the freedom of religion…under religion on Hollier's page he listed atheist…ok, under loves…his answer…killing things. And what just gave me a sick feeling in my stomach….under who do you want to meet….Hollier’s answer….THE DEVIL. Ok THAT'S DISTURBING. Again, i am no one to judge, but in my opinion….BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU ASK FOR. In this case, he met the devil. And there is a picture of him wearing glasses on the front page of the Madera Tribune. Hollier’s page was extremely demonic and violent and to say the least it was very unpleasant and volatile, that is, until he changed it and it is now reads a “Loving Memories of Krista-Rae Pike” By all means a nicer page…again, i just want to say that i was so unimpressed with “the boyfriend” that it was so hard to feel sorry for him, but my heart ached for Krista, an innocent victim, in a very disturbing tragedy.
Heather

Turlock, CA

#19 Jan 21, 2008
Susan.....You are sooo very right. I also visited the boyfriend's myspace page after I saw a local news channel talking about the satanic and violent contents of the accused killer(s) myspace. I really could tell no difference. It was extremely disturbing and not normal at all. I question wether the investigation needs to continue just to see what these kids were really tampering in. I am not saying that the boyfriend had anything to do with the killings but from his myspace page, he definately had an obsession with the dark side. I think these kids were in over there heads with satanism at its finest. However, why would we be surprised??? Isnt this type of brutality/murder exactly what satanism stands for?
Hollee

Visalia, CA

#20 Jan 22, 2008
Krista was most likely the loveliest person i had ever met.She had a feeling about her that just made you want to be around her. I remember during our freshman year we had to go swimming and i didn't really want to go out in public cuz...i was kinda chubby lol :)...And Krista agreed to jump in the pool with me.Since then she and i had been friends.
What a beautiful person she was.

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