1983 murder still unsolved

1983 murder still unsolved

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truthforconnie

Ashland, KY

#1 May 11, 2010
In late 1984 a car was pulled from the Ohio River near Maysville. Inside of the car were the bodies of Connie Armstrong and Regina Fannin. The women had been missing since February 9th, 1983. Two men were later arrested and the case was sent to trial. That trial only lasted three days for lack of evidence and the men were released.
This case has seen little interest from anyone since the trial ended and many rumors have swirled through the years about who may have committed this ruthless crime. The group, truth for connie, thinks that 27 years is long enough to wait for answers. The time has come for someone to step forward. Please free your conscience and give the women's families the closure they deserve.
If anyone has information please feel free to post anonimously to this thread or contact law enforcement.

“He who laughs last...”

Since: May 09

...laughs best of all.

#2 May 11, 2010
Do you really think after 27 years anyone has a problem with their "conscience".

This would be the last place you would want to get any leads from because anything posted on this site would be dismissed as "hear say", not to mention all the idiots who are just going to make up shite to try to get other people in trouble.
Ashley

Maysville, KY

#3 May 11, 2010
Ronin did it case closed

“He who laughs last...”

Since: May 09

...laughs best of all.

#4 May 11, 2010
Ashley wrote:
Ronin did it case closed
I wasn't even born in 1984. So I have n alibi.
The Green Hornet

Morehead, KY

#5 May 11, 2010
I would start by asking some hard questions of the owner. #1 might be why he never reported the car missing/stolen. He lives on 10 near Germantown.
brent prince

Morehead, KY

#7 May 11, 2010
Lmfao wrote:
<quoted text>Shouldn have been born at all... Ur a waste of space
yes ronin should have never been born at all cause he always has his nose in someone elses business guess that wat happens when ones doesnt work and sit at a pc all day not very many people like this lil dip stick go to hell ronin
sonofwood

Findlay, OH

#8 May 12, 2010
The Green Hornet wrote:
I would start by asking some hard questions of the owner.#1 might be why he never reported the car missing/stolen. He lives on 10 near Germantown.
Wasn't he afraid that one of the women were gonna report an insurance fraud on him or something? I wonder if that's the reason he did not report the car stolen. He probably didn't want to do anything to draw the police into contact with these women.
I've often wondered if the 2 accused men were "set up". There has always been a rumor that one of the women was getting a little too close to some area doctor/lawyer types and, as a result, had to be removed. I wonder if there is any truth to that.
yabe

Morehead, KY

#9 May 12, 2010
If your Cadillac was missing wouldn't you report it?
sonofwood

Findlay, OH

#10 May 12, 2010
yabe wrote:
If your Cadillac was missing wouldn't you report it?
Yeah, I guess I would...unless the person who stole it knew something on me that I didn't want law enforcement to find out about. That's all I was getting at.
Now, maybe I'm not fully understanding what happened her. I do know that the women were in that river for well over a year. Did he never report the car stolen at all? Are you saying that nobody reported the car missing anytime before it was actually found? If that's the case, then yes, fingers should definately point in the direction of the car owner.
How in the world did he ever get aquitted?
a friend

Maysville, KY

#11 May 12, 2010
they were looking for guns that were stolen from a sports store in mt. sterling when they found the car,,,and that i know for a fact.
sonofwood

Findlay, OH

#12 May 12, 2010
a friend wrote:
they were looking for guns that were stolen from a sports store in mt. sterling when they found the car,,,and that i know for a fact.
This is true. What I do not understand is whether or not they knew the car was missing before they found it.
a friend

Maysville, KY

#13 May 12, 2010
from what i know about it,,,the car was never reported missing,,,,and after they found it,,they gave up on looking for the guns,,,,
WTF

Dahlonega, GA

#14 May 12, 2010
sonofwood wrote:
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Yeah, I guess I would...unless the person who stole it knew something on me that I didn't want law enforcement to find out about. That's all I was getting at.
Now, maybe I'm not fully understanding what happened her. I do know that the women were in that river for well over a year. Did he never report the car stolen at all? Are you saying that nobody reported the car missing anytime before it was actually found? If that's the case, then yes, fingers should definately point in the direction of the car owner.
How in the world did he ever get aquitted?
Car was never reported stolen. And it wasn't an old POS. IF this was my kin I would track that guy down that owned the car and ask him WTF??
Dirty

United States

#15 May 12, 2010
You mean the Caddy that the PD lost? How do you lose evidence as big as a car unless you want to? Suspicious. Also suspicious that the cop working the day it was pulled out knew who was in it before they were ever pulled up is what was brought up in the trial. Maybe there's a reason it's not been solved.
Tatooed

United States

#16 May 12, 2010
The Green Hornet wrote:
I would start by asking some hard questions of the owner.#1 might be why he never reported the car missing/stolen. He lives on 10 near Germantown.
which one? TS or JS?
Tatooed

United States

#17 May 12, 2010
Which woman?
sonofwood wrote:
<quoted text>
Wasn't he afraid that one of the women were gonna report an insurance fraud on him or something? I wonder if that's the reason he did not report the car stolen. He probably didn't want to do anything to draw the police into contact with these women.
I've often wondered if the 2 accused men were "set up". There has always been a rumor that one of the women was getting a little too close to some area doctor/lawyer types and, as a result, had to be removed. I wonder if there is any truth to that.
yepyep

Winchester, KY

#18 May 12, 2010
I remember them finding it.
They pulled the car out where the landing is now. Back then there waS no landing.
I was under the impression that the car had been submerged for a number of years before they found it.
a friend

Maysville, KY

#19 May 12, 2010
JS
sonofwood

Findlay, OH

#20 May 12, 2010
Tatooed wrote:
Which woman?
<quoted text>
not sure which one. i was workin in the maysville area at the time of the trial and that was just somethin goin round. anybody else ever hear that more people were involved besides the two men who were arrested?
anon

Souderton, PA

#21 May 12, 2010
no

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