Thursday, February 16, 2012

Dustin McCowan Supporter Offers $10,000 Reward For Information On A "New" Suspect In Amanda Bach Murder Case.

UPDATE 2/16/2012 … BILL WARNER PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR ON AMANDA BACH MURDER CASE, THERE IS NO CONNECTION TO ANY OTHER CASE…..The phone call I got from someone claiming to be a police officer, on Jan 5th, 2012, concerning the Amanda Bach murder case came from phone line, 219-662-3245, which is registered to the Crown Point Police Department.
I took what the police officer told me that day as fact about specific aspects of the Amanda Bach murder case and possible links to other unsolved cases, but now that I know the police officer who called me on the registered phone line to the Crown Point Police Department is the father of murder suspect Dustin Mccowan, serious doubt comes into play about the truthfulness of what was said and just what the hell was Crown Point police officer Elliott McCowan trying to do, “I feel like I’m getting played here by a cop“..  see news article CLICK HERE.

NORTHWEST TIMES INDIANA,  UNION TOWNSHIP .....Family and friends of Dustin McCowan believe it was not the 19-year-old who killed his former girlfriend Amanda Bach, but someone else, possibly a multistate serial killer. Now, they're putting up a $10,000 reward to find the person they believe is responsible for what they see as McCowan's wrongful incarceration. Elliott McCowan, Dustin's father, said the $10,000 reward came from a supporter who wishes to remain unnamed.

AMANDA Bach disappeared Sept. 15 after allegedly spending an evening with Dustin McCowan at his rural Union Township home. On Sept. 17, 2011, her lifeless body was found with a single gunshot wound to her throat along a Union Township railroad easement, about 300 yards from McCowan's home. McCowan was arrested and charged with Bach's murder. He's currently being held in Porter County Jail awaiting his August 2012 trial.

The elder McCowan, a Crown Point police officer, asks that anyone with information in the case contact the Porter County Sheriff's Department. He said the reward only stands for information received through March 18, 2012. 

Florida-based private investigator Bill Warner has been following the case and said he sees some similarities between Bach's disappearance and killing and that of a 44-year-old woman in Dyersburg, Tenn., who was found dead along a county road, miles away from her car with its flattened tire.  "They're all petite females, all light brown or blonde hair," Warner said.

Warner said the first he heard of the Bach case was about 9:40 a.m. Jan. 5, 2012 when he received a four-minute phone call from a man claiming he was a police officer in Valparaiso.
Warner said the man provided him with "inside information"and brought up similarities in a series of cases.

BILL WARNER PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR POST OF 2/15/2012...."In a phone conversation on Thursday 1/05/2012 with a detective and/or police officer from the Crown Point Police Department in Crown Point Indiana, that came in on unpublished number 219-662-3245, I was asked if I knew how Karen Swift had been murdered, (shot, strangled, knifed?), was the body of Karen Swift moved from where her car was found, did the car Karen Swift was driving have a flat tire, how close was Karen Swift’s body found near to a cemetery and was Karen Swift’s body found with or without clothes. The cause of death in the Karen Swift murder case has not yet been determined or released (since December 10th, 2011).

"I get the phone call from a supposed police officer. I had no idea where Valparaiso was," Warner said. "
The more I looked into it, the more fishy things got." Warner blogged about the case and within hours, that blog posting was linked on three different Facebook sites maintained by McCowan supporters.

Warner said he wanted to know where he was getting his information, so he traced the number and determined it was from an inside line at the Crown Point Police Department, where McCowan's father works. "
I feel like I'm getting played here," Warner said.

Elliott McCowan said he made that phone call and said he sees similarities in the fate of the women. "I'm the one who called that guy (Bill Warner)," Elliott McCowan said. "It's very similar to what happened to Amanda. It's possible. You can't rule anything out."

BILL WARNER PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR ON AMANDA BACH MURDER CASE......If I get a phone call from someone who claims to be a polcie officer and the phone call comes in on a phone line, 219-662-3245, registered to a police department then I take what the police officer tells me as fact about a specific murder case, but now that I know the police officer who called me on the registered police phone line is the father of the murder suspect in the specific case (Amanda Bach) serious doubt comes into play and just what the hell was police officer Elliott McCowan trying to do?

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