LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - On Thursday Florida private investigator Bill Warner told WKYT about his theory involving more than a dozen missing or murdered women, some from Kentucky, some from surrounding states. The women all share similar descriptions, petite with blond hair, and all of their cases are unsolved. "I'm just saying you have to step back, you have to look at other cases that are either in your state or surrounding state, do all these girls fit a profile and they do," Bill Warner said. Police working the cases of Misty Gwinner, in Kentucky told us they didn't think they were related. WKYT crime analyst... Don Evans... A retired Lexington homicide detective... says by creating that website, Bill Warner could potentially hinder some of those cases (WTH). "It's not always beneficial when someone puts something out on social media, (the article was posted on my website you dope) because it causes the police to basically chase rumors (WTH)." An FBI spokesperson in Louisville (receptionist who answered the phone) tells us goofballs at WKYT they were unaware of Bill Warner's website or any potential investigations involving missing women of similar descriptions (need to gear up Louisville FBI)."Investigators would always welcome any information, but at the same time you prefer stuff from people related to the case, that are actually involved with the investigation, unless they have some direct evidence." Bill Warner has talked with the families of four of the women he spotlighted, and they all say the exact same thing Local Cops, State Police and FBI Failed Miserably in Finding Missing Girls Holly Bobo, Lauren Spierer, Paige Johnson, Jessica Heeringa, Kelli Bordeux, Jennifer Kesse and Claim No Link, Get Real.
WKYT 'Reporter' Victor Puente, 17 Look-A-Like Petite Blond Females Listed as Missing, Kidnapped or Murdered and Cops Have No Answers for Parents of Heather, Kelli, Paige, Holly, Lauren, and 12 others. Who is responsible for seventeen white, very pretty, petite look-a-like females with long blond hair who have been listed as missing, kidnapped or unfortunately murdered over the last few years? Serial killer Ted Bundy slaughtered more than 100 women nationwide his lawyer has revealed. The psycho went to the electric chair in Florida in 1989 at age 42, after admitting 30 killings, a way, way low number.
Bill Warner Sarasota Private Investigator, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at www.wbipi.com