10 Responses to Alicia Hummel

  1. Roberta Kost says:

    Were was her husband during this time ? I didn’t see were they questioned him.

    • Stay Strong says:

      Police confirmed that her husband was out of town with many family members validating that fact. Of course it’s possible he hired to have it done but law enforcement do not think he was involved per the articles I’ve read.

      Seems to me she “was in the wrong place, at the wrong time”.

      • Brenda says:

        I have some thoughts on this myself. Sometimes people establish a solid alibi for themselves. That doesn’t mean they are necessarily innocent.

      • Stay Strong says:

        Ladies,

        We’re definitely aligned in that it’s very possible that her husband (or anybody for that matter) could establish an irrefutable alibi and still be responsible by having a proxy do the criminal act. I said as much in my post.

        The husband moving away could be a function of guilt (as suggested) or him/her being inappropriately labeled within the community.

        If he was responsible, he should spend the rest of his life in prison.

    • Linda Boyd says:

      Why would a young seemingly healthy woman go out to a remote location alone.? That is just playing out her luck. I would be scared of a pindrop out there.

  2. Patrick Kerrigan says:

    I wonder, if she was having any problems with someone at work. I am surprised that all her supposed friends did not want to go fishing with her. Did one of them know something was going to happen.

    Also, her phone is missing, which is interesting. But their should be records of all the phone calls she made. It could be that the offender’s picture might be on there. Also, where was she staying while on her fishing trip.

  3. Mlb says:

    they didn’t find her phone either.

  4. Cody says:

    The “person” or “persons” responsible need to be hunted much more aggressively. We lost a good one that day.

  5. Nancy Malsom says:

    Someone knows something. Help this family gain closure.

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