Friday, January 29, 2016

Possible Break In Missing IU Student Lauren Spierer Case with Arrest of Sex Offender Justin Wagers as PI Bo Dietl Blasts Bloomington PD Chief

The mom of Indiana college student Lauren Spierer from Westchester County who disappeared in 2011 near IU is hopeful that a raid on the home of sex offender Justin Wagers will finally be a long-awaited break in the case. Dozens of prior tips, leads and searches have come up empty since the disappearance of Lauren Spierer, 20, an Indiana University student from Edgemont who went missing June 3, 2011, after a night out with pals. 

“I guess it feels different because the police said the raid is linked to Lauren’s investigation — and the FBI is involved,” Charlene Spierer told The NY Post on Friday. Spierer learned of the developments through media reports and hasn’t been updated by the FBI or Bloomington police. “I don’t have any specifics,” she said. Justin Wagers, 35, of Martinsville, who is being held on charges of public indecency and performing sexual conduct in the presence of a minor, is connected to the FBI probe, officials said. 

Charlene and her husband, Robert, have two private investigators in Indiana working the case, said Michael Ciravolo, president for the firm, Beau Dietl and Associates. “We know they took away soil samples, took away the car,” Ciravolo told The Post. “From what we’re hearing, there was no reaction from the dogs. We haven’t gotten any word that there were any positive signs, or that they’ve come up with anything regarding Lauren or anybody else.”  

Wagers, known as a “serial flasher,” has numerous convictions for sex-related offenses. County police agencies and the FBI were tight-lipped about the search. Investigators towed a white pickup truck from the property that appears to be owned by Sex Offender Justin Wagers.
Meanwhile, private-eye CEO Bo Dietl blasted Bloomington Chief Michael Diekhoff. “The family shouldn’t be learning about this from the media,” Dietl told The Post. “The Bloomington police have kept this family in the dark for four years now.” In 2011, Dietl called the top cop “Gomer Pyle” — accusing him of not cooperating with his gumshoes and of soft-pedaling in the probe. He apologized then, but renewed his attack Friday. "The chief of police used to be a traffic cop. Maybe he should still be a traffic cop,” he said.
It's 23 miles From where sex offender Justin Wagers lives in the 2900 block of Old Morgantown Rd, Martinsville, IN to 500 block of N College Ave, Bloomington, IN where Lauren Spierer was last known to be at about 4:30 am on June 3, 2011. What was sex offender Justin Wagers doing in Bloomington IN at 4:30 am, was he at/or in the the Waffle house parking lot?

Vanished: Last-Known Steps of Lauren Spierer Led Her Past Waffle House on 10th Street and N. College Ave, Waffle House Was Open at 4:30 am. “The only place open at 4:30 am on Friday June 3rd, 2011 along the path that Lauren Spierer took up and then back down N. College Ave near her apartment at Smallwood Plaza was the Waffle House at 530 N. College Ave. The Waffle House is open 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, there are cars in the parking lot that faces N. College Ave at all times, it has been determined that two male registered sex offenders work at this Waffle House. Known fact that sex offenders hang out with same.

Sex Offender Justin Wagers: According to the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office, Wagers has been a registered sex offender since 2007. That’s when he was released for crimes he was convicted of in 2005. But Indiana court records indicate Wagers first faced criminal charges as early as 1999. In total, he’s been charges with sex crimes, including public indecency and vicarious sexual gratification, more than two dozen times in several counties. In 2011, Wagers was picked up again for intimidation, invasion of privacy and harassment in Monroe County and public indecency in Johnson County. 

He later pleaded guilty to the intimidation, invasion of privacy and public indecency charges and was sentenced to two years in prison. The harassment charge was dismissed. Most recently, Wagers was arrested and accused of being a serial flasher by Johnson County Sheriff’s Office investigators. A woman claimed Wagers exposed himself to her while she was riding her bike in Greenwood last August. Investigators believe he committed similar crimes in Franklin and Edinburgh. He is now in custody for those crimes at the Johnson County Jail.

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