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« Reply #15 on: Dec 23rd, 2004, 11:52am »

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« Reply #16 on: Dec 26th, 2004, 4:42pm »

Just wanted to post Lil Miss's virtual grave with another nice picture! Thanks for caring!

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« Reply #17 on: Dec 26th, 2004, 4:59pm »

on Dec 26th, 2004, 4:42pm, pattydee wrote:
Just wanted to post Lil Miss's virtual grave with another nice picture! Thanks for caring!

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I was not aware that Lisa was listed with FindAGrave. THat is really pretty. I look for AETV to air her show again very soon. I will post it so you can see it if you havent already. She was such a pretty girl. Thank you for finding all of this cool stuff.
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xx Lisa Kimmell Mentioned in this article
« Reply #18 on: Dec 26th, 2004, 6:56pm »

8. Lisa Kimmell

A case that had baffled investigators for more than a decade concluded with Dale Wayne Eaton sentenced to death for the rape and murder of 18-year-old Lisa Marie Kimmell.

The Montana teen disappeared in 1988 near Casper, and her body was later found in the North Platte River.

Detectives caught a break when DNA found on her body matched a genetic sample taken from Eaton, and when her car was unearthed from his property in Moneta
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xx Website for Lisa Marie Kimmell
« Reply #19 on: Dec 27th, 2004, 7:01pm »

A website has been created for Lisa. This has been approved by her mother, Sheila. She may want changes to it, since I have added content since we last spoke. Please consider leaving Lisa and her family a message.


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« Reply #20 on: Dec 28th, 2004, 7:53pm »

Article That Mentions Lisa Kimmell:

The Casper area reaped a bitter harvest in 2004, as the trials and plea agreements from five 2003 homicides made their way through the courts.

Here's a roundup of Natrona County's most prominent crime news of 2004:

Closing a cold case -- The 1988 kidnap, robbery, rape and murder of 18-year-old Lisa Marie Kimmell gained national attention when Dale Wayne Eaton's case came to trial in March. He was convicted and sentenced to death.

Eaton, 59 at the time of his conviction, was identified as a suspect 14 years after Kimmell's body was found in the North Platte River.

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xx Waiting List For Lisa Kimmell's Upcoming Book
« Reply #21 on: Jan 2nd, 2005, 9:19pm »

Ms. Kimmell requested that a waiting list page be added to Lisa's website so that people could sign up to be notified of when the upcoming book is released. They do not know the books title, relate date, or cost yet. You may send an email to be notified once it comes available.

I will list the direct link so that you may sign up. All you need to do is give your first and last name and an email that you wish to receive the alert. I plan on putting much more content on Lisa's site in the next few weeks. Please keep checking back for more info.


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8. LISA KIMMELL: A case that had baffled investigators for more than a decade concluded with Dale Wayne Eaton sentenced to death for the rape and murder of 18-year-old Lisa Marie Kimmell.
The Montana teen disappeared in 1988 near Casper, and her body was later found in the North Platte River.
Detectives caught a break when DNA found on her body matched a genetic sample taken from Eaton, and when her car was unearthed from his property in Moneta.
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« Reply #23 on: Mar 1st, 2005, 07:22am »

Dont forget that tonight @ 8 to watch the segment regarding the disappearance and death of Lisa Marie Kimmell. This will air tonight @ 8 pm EST on AETV
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xx For Lisa on Friday April 1, 2005
« Reply #24 on: Apr 1st, 2005, 04:12am »

Thinking of Lisa Kimmell today on this anniversary of her passing. Lisa is gone but she's never been forgotten. My thoughts are also with her mom and dad Sheila and Ron. Very sweet people they are.

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« Reply #25 on: Apr 16th, 2005, 11:25pm »

By ANTHONY LANE
Star-Tribune staff writer Saturday, April 16, 2005


An appeal on behalf of convicted murderer Dale Wayne Eaton will go forward in June with a hearing in Seventh District Court to examine whether or not he received effective counsel in a case that resulted in him being sentenced last year to the death penalty.

The hearing is scheduled to begin June 6 in Seventh District Court and is aimed at providing Eaton and his representatives with the chance to "develop a record" in support of the claim that his earlier representation was ineffective, according to an order from Chief Justice William Hill of the Wyoming Supreme Court.

Donna Domonkos, a public defender who works in Cheyenne, said the argument that Eaton received ineffective counsel is just one part of a larger appeal.

Eaton was convicted in March 2004 of kidnapping, raping and then murdering 18-year-old Lisa Marie Kimmell in 1988.

The jury that found him guilty of first-degree premeditated murder, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated robbery and first-degree sexual assault sentenced him to death a short time later.

District Attorney Mike Blonigen noted at the time that Wyoming does not have a lot of experience with the appeals process surrounding death penalty cases.

"But I would be surprised if this process takes less than 10 years," he said after Eaton was sentenced.

According to testimony at Eaton's trial, Kimmell was held captive on an old bus on Eaton's property at Moneta west of Casper on Wyoming Hwy. 20-26. Eaton raped her repeatedly over several days before taking her to Government Bridge, where he hit her in the head and stabbed her numerous times, investigators said.

Kimmell's body was thrown off the bridge on or before April 2, 1988, and into the North Platte River, where it was found by two fishermen, according to investigators.

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xx Kimmells honor helpers of crime victims
« Reply #26 on: Apr 16th, 2005, 11:26pm »

By TOM MORTON
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Ron and Shelia Kimmell never lived in Casper, and one of their daughters only drove through it.

But their family became tragically entwined with central Wyoming when Dale Eaton murdered Lisa Marie Kimmell in Natrona County in 1988 when she was traveling from Denver to Cody, and he was subsequently tried, convicted and sentenced to death in 2004.

The Kimmells and their two other daughters and their families effectively moved to Casper for a month last year for the trial, and returned again Sunday to pay their respects to those who have helped them and other crime victims.

"It is in an honor to be here today, to recognize the good people that have come into our lives because of our tragedy," Shelia Kimmell told 25 local citizens at the Parkway Plaza where they received awards for their behind-the-scenes efforts for victims.

"When you are a victim of a crime, you are impacted in many ways," she said.

Crime affects people emotionally and financially, Kimmell said.

Many of the award recipients helped the Kimmells and other victims with cards, prayers, flowers, donated goods and services, a shoulder to cry on, and money, she said.

The Kimmells had never met these people before, Sheila said.

Parkway Plaza owner Pat Sweeney, for example, donated the rooms for the Kimmell families and gave them coupons for meals at his restaurants, she said.

Ashley and Cindy Fuller opened their house to the families to get away from the trial and the media, and to feed them home-cooked meals, Kimmell added.

Lewis Pieirson, a local mechanic, offered the families free car care and parts at cost during the difficult month, something they didn't think they would need but did, said daughter Sherry.

Victim-witness coordinator Janeice Lynch of the 7th District Attorney's Office said some of the award recipients are well known.

"Justice isn't served until crime victims are," she said, citing the theme of the 25th anniversary of National Crime Victims' Rights Week.

Those well-known award recipients included the Rev. Bill Moore of First United Methodist Church who has provided spiritual counseling, Kelly Walsh High School Principal Brad Diller, Mick and Susie McMurry, and Rich and Carmen Fairservis.

Others are known when people enter the justice system, such as counselor Bernie Strand, Rose Fry of the Department of Familly Services, Assistant District Attorney Michael Schaefer, dispatcher Lori Jackson, law enforcement officers Jimmy Brierley and Kathryn Davison, and firefighter Patrick Stafford.

Still others are known only to a few such as guardian ad litem attorney Corinne Miller and child sexual abuse victim counselor Val Goen, Lynch said.

While she was not on the list of recipients, the Kimmells and others honored Lynch, who is retiring later this month to become a vice president of the Wyoming Central Federal Credit Union.

Her work with them and other crime victims will never be forgotten, Sherry Kimmell said.

Recipients of the crime victims' rights awards:

Janeice Lynch

Pat Sweeney

Ashley and Cindy Fuller

Michelle Leete

Bernie Strand

Rose Fry

Kenneth and Patricia Hans

Jimmy Brierley

Lori Jackson

Rev. Bill Moore

Toni Reichenbach

Brad Diller

Michael Schafer

Karen Bila

Val Goen

Corinne Miler

Victoria Patricelli

Chris Schell

Mick and Susie McMurry

Josh Bjorkland

Todd Sexton

Patrick Stafford

Wyoma Groenenberg

Kathryn Davison

Rich and Carmen Fairservis

Lewis Pieirson

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xx Convicted murderer Dale Eaton's appeal to be heard
« Reply #27 on: Apr 21st, 2005, 07:21am »

CASPER, Wyo. - A June hearing has been scheduled for a man appealing his conviction for kidnapping, raping and killing an 18-year-old woman in 1988.

Dale Wayne Eaton's attorney, Donna Domonkos, said Eaton claims he had ineffective counsel, among other things. The Natrona County District Court hearing has been scheduled for June 6.


Eaton was convicted last year of first-degree murder, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated robbery and first-degree sexual assault. The jury recommended a death sentence.

Eaton also received life in prison plus 50 years.
There were no leads in the case until July 2002, when authorities dug up Lisa Marie Kimmel's car on Eaton's property in remote central Wyoming.

Kimmell, of Billings, Mont., disappeared March 25, 1988, as she was traveling from Colorado to visit her boyfriend, Ed Jaroch, in Cody.

Eight days later, Kimmell's body was found 30 feet from the bank of the North Platte River west of Casper. Investigators said she had been sexually assaulted, hit on the head and stabbed several times over several days before being thrown from Government Bridge.

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« Reply #28 on: May 27th, 2005, 07:32am »

Judge sets hearing on effectiveness of Eaton's legal representation


CASPER -- A judge scheduled a hearing next month for a convicted murderer to help determine if he received effective legal representation in his trial last year.

Dale Wayne Eaton was sentenced to death for kidnapping, raping and murdering 18-year-old Lisa Kimmell of Billings, Mont., in 1988.

Attorneys on both sides have been asked to provide any new information that might reflect on the effectiveness of Eaton's trial representation, according to a letter from Seventh District Judge David Park.

Eaton was found guilty of first-degree premeditated murder, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated robbery and first-degree sexual assault.

The hearing, scheduled for June 6, was ordered by Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice William Hill to develop a record that will be used to determine whether Eaton received effective counsel.

Park's letter, dated Tuesday, is addressed to Natrona County District Attorney Mike Blonigen and Tina Kerin of the state public defender's office.

It discusses three areas of concern raised about Eaton's counsel: that it was generally deficient, a change of venue was not sought and jury selection was not handled properly.

In each area, Park asks for arguments outlining which questions cannot be answered on the basis of the trial record, or in other words, why a hearing is need
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xx Judge orders Eaton to attend hearing
« Reply #29 on: Jun 6th, 2005, 04:58am »

By ANTHONY LANE


Convicted murderer Dale Wayne Eaton will need to be in Casper next week for a hearing that is part of the legal effort to have his death sentence overturned, Seventh District Court Judge David Park ruled Wednesday morning.

The evidentiary hearing scheduled to begin Monday is intended as an examination of whether Eaton received effective counsel in his trial last year. Since the hearing could delve into matters that former members of his legal team would ordinarily be barred from discussing, Park said, Eaton could be needed to provide permission for them to talk freely.

Eaton was generally silent for the duration of Wednesday morning's hearing at which the question of his return to Natrona County next week was perhaps the most tangible issue in a series of legal arguments.

Eaton was convicted in March 2004 of kidnapping, raping and then murdering 18-year-old Lisa Marie Kimmell in 1988. Since then, he has since been housed in Rawlins awaiting his execution.

Public defender Tina Kerin briefly conferred with her client before repeating his desire not to attend next week's hearing.

Park declined this request as he also turned down a number of motions during Wednesday's hearing, many of them dealing with requests from attorneys on each side to gain access to various pieces of information.

Kerin also argued for a motion that Natrona County District Attorney Mike Blonigen and other prosecutors from his office be removed from the hearing.

"I have very real concerns that Mr. Blonigen is making himself an unsworn witness in this hearing," Kerin said, referring to statements made by Blonigen that seemed to draw on his experience in prosecuting Eaton in his trial last year. Since most of the public defenders working on the appeal were not present for the trial, Kerin said, allowing Blonigen's involvement would create an "unfair, unlevel playing field."

Park ruled against this motion, pointing out that it would take months for a special prosecutor to get "up to speed" with the case if one were appointed at this point.

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