KSP Searching Property Connected To Missing Person Case In Bards – LEX18.com

BARDSTOWN, Ky. (WAVE) – Kentucky State Police are executing a search warrant at a property in Bardstown connected to a high profile missing person’s case.

A WAVE 3 News crew at the scene confirmed the search was taking place at the home of Brooks Houck’s grandmother. Brooks is the former boyfriend of Crystal Rogers, a Bardstown mother of five who went missing in 2015.

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Nelson Co. Sheriff: Missing Bardstown, KY woman likely dead, boyfriend now a suspect

BARDSTOWN, Ky. (WDRB) – Nelson County Sheriff Ed Mattingly says a Bardstown mother who has been missing since July 3 is likely dead and her boyfriend, Brooks Houck, is now a suspect in her disappearance.

“I think it’s safe to say she’s dead,” Sheriff Mattingly said of Crystal Rogers in a press conference Friday. “Crystal Rogers was extremely close with her family. She has had no contact with her family. There are certain things people do when they exist on this earth and she has vanished on this earth.”

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Fundraiser held for missing Bardstown, KY woman

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BARDSTOWN, Ky. (WHAS11) – A fundraiser was held for Crystal Rogers to raise money to continue search efforts almost two months after her disappearance.

Wristbands were sold for canoe rides as well as pork chop lunches.

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Devices help find missing kids, at-risk adults

ST. GEORGE – Children with autism and adults who have Down syndrome or Alzheimer’s have a tendency to wander off and get lost.

They might be as close as 50 yards or as far as a mile away from where they were last seen, St. George Police Officer Derek Lewis said. As a result, St. George Police have conducted searches for as long as eight hours, sometimes going door-to-door.

Lewis, a 10-year veteran of the police department, successfully applied for two grants to obtain two devices, called receivers, as well as for 10 wristbands that emit sounds that the receivers can track.

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Free Child Safety Identification Wristbands for Schools

Since it’s that time of year for class trips, we’re giving away free child safety identification wristbands to schools while supplies last. Wristbands are disposable, constructed of Tyvek and manufactured by Precision Dynamics/VIP Band. These are ideal for a class trip setting where a single chaperon is responsible for a large group of children.

To request your free wristbands, please do the following:

  1. Go to the Contact tab located on the home page or click here.
  2. Provide your name, facility name and facility address (note, residential addresses will not be accepted.  Must be a school, day care, camp, etc. with U.S. address).
  3. Provide desired quantity (please keep to a reasonable classroom size).

Within 24 hours, you’ll receive a confirmation email indicating your order is being processed and then a second email once shipped. Wristbands will be given away on a first come, first serve basis. Stay safe!