KSP rules Nelson County deaths as homicides

Apr 23, 2014 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WLKY-TV Louisville

GOOD EVENING, I'M VICKI DORTCH. AND I'M RICK VAN HOOSE. KENTUCKY STATE POLICE HAVE OFFICIALLY RULED THE DEATHS OF THE NELSON COUNTY MOTHER AND DAUGHTER AS HOMICIDES.

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Confused

Danville, KY

#55 May 3, 2014
Doctor,could you put that in plain English.you profiled half of bardstown.who did it ?
The Docter

Elkton, KY

#57 May 3, 2014
Are you watcher or confused? Are you a confused watcher? What is your IP address? Are you on that old rerock over there still or are you having trouble thinking so you type in things to seem scary before thinking? You must know something or a person that is a rat or in connection, there are some people out here that do not like people like you, all of you posers think about that, there are people that will do really weird things to you if you go around with no respect
somebody

Bardstown, KY

#58 May 3, 2014
report the docter to KSP
Old man

Danville, KY

#62 May 4, 2014
I don't get out much these days, but I have no ideal what you are saying.i do agree we all should show respect to each other.
just a thought

Louisville, KY

#72 May 5, 2014
May be totally off the mark, but I can imagine if someone I love, that I lost without knowing how, who or why then I would exhaust every resource whether it be silly or not. Just like in the tragic event of Jason Ellis, has a psychic been used in this case or his case? Couldn't hurt I would think. May God bless his family and this one. I am truly sorry for these loved ones and pray for a quick answer to these unspeakable crimes.
Law abiding citizen

Harrodsburg, KY

#79 May 7, 2014
How close to Bluegrass Parkway was this? Any connection between this crime and Jason Ellis' murder? Any new developments? Praying the catch the person or persons who committed this horrible crime.
checking in

Bardstown, KY

#103 May 12, 2014
I can't believe this has just dropped out of the news. Hopefully the detectives have some great leads and are just waiting for all the evidence before making an arrest. I'm still in shock over this and pray the justice in done.
Meeeee

Clay City, KY

#106 May 18, 2014
Any new happenings with the 2 murders. Still hope the find the culprit of this horrendous crime.
father of friend

Elizabethtown, KY

#108 May 19, 2014
It's been too long with no news.
Law abiding citizen

Corbin, KY

#111 Jun 26, 2014
There was something on the news about the method of killing last night.
yep

Cynthiana, KY

#112 Jun 26, 2014
Viewer wrote:
I'm not commenting on this double murder. Although I will bet anyone that puts up the money that this is solved in less than 30 days.... The viewer
Shuda broke you on this bet, arm chair genius whats your take on it now??
Hmmmm

Williamson, WV

#113 Jun 26, 2014
I watched the video on the news re the death certificate. Horrendous! I also noticed (slowed it down to see the certificate) that the time of death said, 10:40 a.m. Now, I wonder if that's the time they were found or their time of death. If it's time of death, why are they looking for this black impala that was spotted around 8 p.m.? I must be missing something.
viewer

Lexington, KY

#114 Jun 28, 2014
yep wrote:
<quoted text> Shuda broke you on this bet, arm chair genius whats your take on it now??
I'm glad you didn't take the bet too.... My timing was off but the ending will be the same. It just a matter of time when we wake up and the person responsible is on the news being arrested for this double murder. I like the head detective on this case and he will get his man in the end..... The viewer
Wondering

Fort Worth, TX

#115 Jul 3, 2014
Is it me, or could you get a good glimpse of the passenger during the brief video clip? If so, I would believe someone would have recognized the passenger, if he lived in the local area. It is a possibility this person traveled to Bardstown to commit the murder.

If there was a passenger in the Impala, that indicates possibly two were involved. Not to mention, the people involved had to be certain the woman and her daughter would be home alone at that specific time. There is no doubt this was premeditated.

Again, the murderers would have to be certain the lady would not have unexpected visitors. The detectives have never announced if there was a break-in. The individuals involved knew they were home alone. How would the be certain of this? That is the question.
Wondering

Azle, TX

#118 Jul 4, 2014
Who would choose a random home to commit such a horrific murder? If the murderers did not know the surroundings? How would the individuals know the two women were home alone without a male presence? How many murderers go around committing such crimes with hopes of being discovered. Call my post spam, nuts and funny all you would like.

The individuals had to know the lady's schedule. This had to be personal and planned. Who would risk being caught in the act by an unexpected visitor to the home? The individuals had to be tipped off with personal information by someone close to these ladies. I could be wrong. I feel an individual provided these guys with small details. Too bad they were not smart enough to plan for surrounding stores with parking lot security cameras. There is no such thing as a perfect murder.
well

United States

#120 Jul 4, 2014
Wondering wrote:
Who would choose a random home to commit such a horrific murder? If the murderers did not know the surroundings? How would the individuals know the two women were home alone without a male presence? How many murderers go around committing such crimes with hopes of being discovered. Call my post spam, nuts and funny all you would like.

The individuals had to know the lady's schedule. This had to be personal and planned. Who would risk being caught in the act by an unexpected visitor to the home? The individuals had to be tipped off with personal information by someone close to these ladies. I could be wrong. I feel an individual provided these guys with small details. Too bad they were not smart enough to plan for surrounding stores with parking lot security cameras. There is no such thing as a perfect murder.
Random murders aren't so horrifically violent. That was passionately hate filled from the sound of it.
Wondering

United States

#121 Jul 5, 2014
The black Impala was recorded leaving the home but no footage shows the Impala approaching the area. Would this indicate the individuals were at the home hours prior to the murder? I wonder if the garage owners use the security camera to record a possible overnight break-ins. Meaning, they only turn on their security cameras at the close of business. That would explain why there is no footage of the Impala approaching the house.

No spam, nuts, or funny votes for my prior post. I know the person who committed such a cowardly murder wouldn't show up to brag on topix.
COMMON SENSE

Louisville, KY

#123 Jul 21, 2014
Hold fundraisers and make the reward 1 million dollars.

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