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xx Erica Fraysure - Oct. 21, 1997 - KY
« Thread started on: Sep 10th, 2004, 5:55pm »

Erica Fraysure was driving home on the night of October 21, 1997 when she was last spotted traveling through Brooksville. Twenty-four hours later her car, a black 1988 Pontiac, was found unlocked and abandoned in a hayfield near where she had last been seen. Her belongings including her wallet, purse and checkbook had been left behind undisturbed in the vehicle. Her car keys were missing yet there were no signs of forced entry or struggle. Police do not believe Erica to be a runaway and she has not been heard from or seen since her disappearance.

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« Reply #1 on: Sep 24th, 2004, 09:03am »

GERMANTOWN - Maggie Doherty ordered a graduation cap and gown for her daughter, who disappeared more than four months ago.

It was an act of hope that 17-year-old Erica Fraysure would be found alive before her graduation in May. But it was an act of hope balanced against reality.

''I didn't buy any invitations,'' Mrs. Doherty said.

It has been 136 days since Erica's car, with her purse inside, was found abandoned in a hay field outside Brooksville

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xx Erica's Pal Describes Final Cruise
« Reply #2 on: Oct 9th, 2004, 11:20pm »

BROOKSVILLE - Erica Fraysure behaved normally the night she disappeared, cruising the small Bracken County town with friends and talking about a guy she liked, according to a man who says police have told him he is a suspect in the case.

Shane Simcox, 21, said he had been barhopping with friends and was ''a little'' drunk from beer when the 17-year-old Ms. Fraysure pulled up to a Brooksville street corner where he was standing.

One of Ms. Fraysure's girlfriends got out of the car, and Ms. Fraysure asked Simcox if he wanted to ride around for a while. They rode alone together for 10 or 15 minutes, Simcox said.

''She said she was talking to this boy, that she kind of liked him a little bit, just telling me about him,'' Simcox said.

Ms. Fraysure and Simcox didn't see any friends cruising or hanging around on a favorite street corner, so Ms. Fraysure decided to go home. First, Simcox said, she dropped him at his step-grandfather's house, where Simcox lives.

Police have told Simcox that he was the last person known to have talked to Ms. Fraysue on Oct. 21 - the last night anyone has reported seeing her.

The next day, Ms. Fraysure's 1988 black Bonneville was found pulled off in a hay field on Fronks Lane just outside of Brooksville. Her purse was inside the car.

Simcox said he doesn't know what happened to his friend, but he did not kill her. He believes his refusal to take a lie detector test has made him a main suspect with police.

''They don't have hardly anything to go on, and I think they're just, you know, picking on me a little bit because I won't cooperate with them,'' he said. ''I told them everything I know, and they want me to take a lie detector test.''

Simcox said he agreed initially to the test. But he backed out because he was nervous, and he worried that would skew the test.

Simcox, who served several months in jail on a burglary conviction in 1996 and is on probation for five years, said police officers make him nervous.

He became even more adamantly opposed to taking the lie detector test after talking to state police Detective Bob Scott. When Simcox refused to take the test, Scott told him his criminal record probably would earn him the death penalty, Simcox said.

''I took it as a threat. That's what it sounded to me like,'' Simcox said.

Scott disputes Simcox's account of their conversation.

''That never happened,'' Scott said.

Scott said eight people have taken lie detector tests. Simcox is the only one in the case who has refused to take the test.

''Shane Simcox labeled himself a suspect. Other than that, I can't comment,'' Scott said.

He said the last time he talked with Simcox was a couple of weeks ago. Scott said every interview with Simcox was witnessed by Probation and Pa-

role officer Keith Fetters.

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xx Cop relentless in hunt for Erica
« Reply #3 on: Oct 9th, 2004, 11:22pm »

BROOKSVILLE, Ky. - State Police Detective Bob Scott flew over Bracken County, Ky., fields in a helicopter Monday, looking for some sign of Erica Fraysure, the 17-year-old Bracken County High School student missing since Oct. 21.

On the ground, the sound of the chopper blades sent shivers through Erica's classmates.

''We've been hearing the helicopter all morning. They're wondering if she's been found,'' said Erica's English teacher, Caroline Miller.

The aerial search yielded no new information in the disappearance that has changed the rhythm of life in Brooksville.

Teens no longer gather in the evening to laugh on street corners and cruise in their cars. Parents pick up their children after school and admon ish them to lock the doors. Erica's face smiles from posters on car windows and shop windows and bulletin boards in local restaurants.

At the school, Mrs. Miller wears a small white ribbon - a statement of hope that Erica will be found alive. Throughout the school and the town, white ribbons flutter from doors and loop on lapels and ties and the shoulders of sweaters.

The ribbons proclaim hope. The fear engendered by the sound of a helicopter proclaims something else.

''I think maybe the child is gone,'' said Dick Cheesman, who works at Shepherds' Place restaurant near Brooksville's city hall.

''I think she's in the ground. We have prayers for her every week in church, and I know God can do anything. But it's been so long. I don't think they'll find her alive.''

It's been four weeks since Erica's uncle saw her in her 1988 black Bonneville on a Brooksville corner at 9:30 p.m. It was the last reported sighting of the pretty dark-haired teen. The next night her car was found pulled off in a hay field on Fronks Lane, just outside of Brooksville. Her purse was inside the car.

Scott does not believe she ran away. She is a good student. She had just asked for more hours at her job. She has friends but no steady boyfriend. There was no indication of trouble at home or at school or at work.

In the days and weeks that followed her disappearance, Scott has chased tips and rumors, checked out alibis. Det. Bob Scott's daughter is Erica's age. ''He told us he was treating this like it was his daughter,'' said Erica's grandmother, Betty Fraysure. ''I think he is. He's trying everything he can think of.''

Scott's long hours are beginning to show on his face. As he alighted from the helicopter on Monday, his words where clipped and weary. ''Nothing new.''

''The helicopter was something that hadn't been used yet,'' Scott said. ''We've done everything that I know to do to try to find her.''

Recently he sat down with every junior and senior girl in Bracken County High School. They brought pencil and paper and Scott had them write down anything they could think of re lating to Erica, including rumors, incidents, names of anyone they remember her mentioning, or even talking to.
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xx Psychic Tip Leads NO WHERE
« Reply #4 on: Oct 9th, 2004, 11:23pm »


Erica Fraysure

BROOKSVILLE -- A psychic's tip that the body of Erica Lee Fraysure is at the bottom of a lake has led Northern Kentucky law enforcers on another wild goose chase.

About 20 volunteers, mainly from Campbell and Harrison counties' law enforcement agencies, spent the bulk of Wednesday dredging a four- to five-acre private lake less than 2 miles from where Erica's car was found last October off Ky. 1159 in Bracken County.

"The only thing we can say is (the psychic) is drawing a lot of attention," Kentucky State Police Trooper Curtis Finley said. "Any time that you have that much attention, it's your obligation to follow that lead whether it's a psychic or not."

A raft and two boats helped divers from Campbell County Water Rescue search the entire lake but the effort that started around 10 a.m. and went into the evening proved unsuccessful.

The search of the rural Kentucky lake, which is in a hollow of wooded, rolling hills, was prompted by a psychic's Sept. 24 appearance on Montel Williams' nationally televised talk show. Sylvia Brown, a psychic from New York, assured Maggie Doherty that her daughter's body could be found at the bottom of a lake.

Ms. Brown also said a man had strangled the 17-year-old girl because she had rejected his advances and that the teen's body could be found on the "left side" of the lake.

Kentucky State Police Detective Robert Scott, the lead investigator in this case since Erica was last seen on Oct. 21, began coordinating Wednesday's search soon after the psychic appeared on TV.

Detective Scott called staffers at the talk show, who gave him the psychic's New York phone number. When Detective Scott tried reaching Ms. Brown to find out what she meant by the left side of the lake, a message machine continued to click on to tell him that he would have to pay $450 to speak to the psychic for 30 minutes or $250 to speak to her son, who also is a psychic.

Wednesday was the first time law enforcers had dredged the private lake, the only lake in the area. But they had searched its perimeter soon after she disappeared. At least two other searches of the perimeter have taken place since then.

A security gate blocks entrance to the property that contains the private lake, so any assailant would have to approach the water through the woods. Law enforcers searched that terrain diligently last year and found no trace of Erica being carried or dragged to the lake.

"There was no evidence of anyone going through or dragging someone through there," Trooper Finley said.

Tips welcome

Kentucky State Police have received tips from up to nine psychics with information about Erica Lee Fraysure. None has been fruitful. Investigators still want to hear from those with tips. Detectives can be reached at (606) 428-1212.

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xx For Erica Fraysure on Oct. 21, 2004
« Reply #5 on: Oct 21st, 2004, 04:58am »

Today marks seven years since Erica Fraysure disappeared without a trace. I wanted to say to Erica and her family that she is still missing, but she has not been forgotten. Thinking of Erica today and all other days and hoping she can come home soon.

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« Reply #6 on: Jan 6th, 2005, 05:13am »

Today is Erica Fraysure's 24th birthday. I wanted to say that I am thinking of Erica today and hoping that answers can be found for her whereabouts soon. I know that she is loved and missed by many.

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« Reply #7 on: Feb 9th, 2005, 5:24pm »

Erica Fraysure now has her own website that includes materials for download to help in the search.

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Thinking of Erica today on her birthday. Hoping that answers can be found SOON for her disappearance. I know that she is loved and missed by many.

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xx Erica Fraysure: Questions remain unanswered
« Reply #9 on: Oct 21st, 2005, 07:16am »

By WENDY MITCHELL Staff Writer


BROOKSVILLE -- The door is still open in the search for a missing Bracken County girl.

A copy of the original poster, circulated in 1997 in an attempt to locate Erica Fraysure, remains on the door of the Bracken County Sheriff's Office; an age-enhanced photograph showing what she may look like at age 21 is posted nearby.

Eight years ago today, Oct. 21, 1997, then 17-year-old Erica disappeared.

Her last name is not necessary -- most of the people in the area know the blue-eyed, brown-haired girl by her first name and the high school photograph that is on the posters seeking information on her whereabouts.

Left behind eight years ago in a Bracken County hay field were Erica's car, purse, paycheck, car keys and the question on the lips of family, friends and neighbors; where was Erica?

Bracken County Sheriff Mike Nelson continues to ask the public for information that could lead to finding the missing girl.


The door to Bracken County Sheriff Mike Nelson's office still displays posters seeking information on Erica Fraysure. Fraysure disappeared eight years ago today. Terry Prather/Staff
Following an intense search that raised more questions than answers, police continued to look into leads from every direction.

In 1998, Erica's mother, Maggie Miller spoke with psychic Sylvia Brown on the Montel Williams Show which led Kentucky officers to re-search the area of a private lake about 2 miles from where Erica's car was found. Divers searched the waters, but found nothing.

Officers maintain they are still looking at the case as that of a missing person.

Even retirement from Kentucky State Police has not kept Robert Scott, now the Falmouth police chief, from comparing notes and following up on reports of sightings or leads, said KSP Detective Chris Jaskowiak who inherited the case from Scott.

"Erica Fraysure is far from a forgotten case; she is always on our minds and Bob (Scott) and Mike (Nelson) and I are in contact all the time about her," said Jaskowiak who took time on a day off to discuss the case.

Not intending to infer that there is new information into the disappearance of the teen, Jaskowiak is often discussing tips that have already been checked and information from other states about cases that may look similar.



"Periodically, there are leads called in. We always check them out," said Jaskowiak. "She is still posted on the NCIC computer as a missing person and occasionally we get calls from her profile on the Missing Children Web site."

Friends and family members continue to grieve over the not knowing as the anniversary of her disappearance appears on the calendar each October, said family friend Tony Berry.

"They just need to know where she is," said Berry.

Last seen wearing a purple sweater with white stripes and jeans, Erica had on Keds tennis shoes and a Winnie the Pooh wristwatch when she vanished.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Erica Fraysure is asked to call KSP at 800-222-5555.

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« Reply #10 on: Oct 21st, 2005, 9:17pm »

Thinking of Erica today on this 8 year anniversary of her disappearance. Hoping for answers soon. She's still missing but not forgotten.

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« Reply #11 on: Nov 28th, 2005, 7:47pm »

Cold Case detectives in Ohio and kentucky are comparing two murder mysteries. The disappearances eight years ago of two dark haired young women in two months. There are similarities in the Laney Gwinner case in Butler County and Erica Fraysure in Bracken County. The one big difference is that Fraysure is still missing. Local 12's Deborah Dixon has exclusive details from the tiny town still haunted by the teen's disappearance.

8 years of changes in this tiny Kentucky town are subtle. The town restaurant has changed hands. And most of the regulars at the so called gossip table have died, so has talk about 17 year-old Erica Fraysure's disappearance.

Angie White, Carbo's Cafe: "Now everything's went on with their ways, thinking well, some day we'll know."

Missing flyers used to be up in every store. They got too yellow and torn to stay up. Erica's tattered poster is still here on the Bracken County Sheriff's door. It has haunted every cop who worked it. The Kentucky State Detective on the case now plans to meet with Butler County Sheriff's Cold Case Detective Frank Smith, who started working the Laney Gwinner murder case five months ago. She disappeared from Fairfield two months after Erica in 1997, something few people here in Brooksville noticed.

"I watch the news, I don't remember that case."

Smith sees similarities.

"Erica's car was found in a field outside Brooksville. Laney's car has never been found. Her body was found in the Ohio River. Erica's was never found."

Smith thinks the Ohio River is one tie to the two cases. Laney's body was found in the river, and one of the rumors here in Brooksville puts Erica's body there, too. Erica Fraysure's story does come up around halloween near the anniversary of her disappearance. Like Laney Gwinner, the stories have no endings, yet.

Deborah Dixon Local 12.

CrimeStoppers pays for tips on both of these cases. Call 352-3040, callers are identified by code numbers, not names.

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« Reply #13 on: Nov 3rd, 2007, 8:48pm »

By WENDY MITCHELL

BROOKSVILLE -- It was a Tuesday evening, like so many other fall nights in Bracken County.

Weather conditions were similar to what area residents are experiencing this week, warm with an occasional need for a light jacket after dark.

As a nation watched on television, singer Reba McIntire belted out the National Anthem before the Florida Marlins began the third game on the way to beating the Cleveland Indians in the 1997 World Series.

And Germantown teen Erica Fraysure, who had been socializing with friends in Brooksville, was about to disappear.

After 9:30 p.m., Oct. 21, 1997, Fraysure was never seen or heard from again.

She never picked up her paycheck from working at a local restaurant and her black 1988 Pontiac Bonneville was found abandoned off Fronks Lane; the keys were missing.



Family members were frantic, friends were worried and those who didn't even know the pretty brunette were helping in the search. Police interviewed dozens of people, even conducting polygraph tests on some who allowed it.

Over the 10 years since her disappearance, there has been plenty of theory and conjecture, even national spotlight, but nothing has brought closure to the girl's family. Fraysure nor her body has ever been found.

Kentucky State Police are still treating it as an open missing person case.

"We are still open to all possibilities, but we are also, since it has been 10 years now, looking at putting some persistent rumors to rest," said KSP Detective Chris Jaskowiak, on Thursday.

Several people have been interviewed over the years and it has finally been determined that a party allegedly attended by Fraysure was actually held the day after Fraysure went missing.

"She was not there. The party was Oct. 22," said Jaskowiak.



Another was that Fraysure had run off on her own.

"If you were going to do that, we may have found your car broken down on the side of a highway, not in a field with your personal identification in it. That would be something a person would need. There is less than a 1 percent chance of that being the case here," said Jaskowiak. "She would have contacted somebody in all this time."

Because there has been no resolution and with gossip often helping reveal crimes to local police in small communities, a solitary individual is believed to have done something to Fraysure, said Jaskowiak.

According to Jaskowiak, the Federal Bureau of Investigation was asked to create a profile of what type of person would be capable of making a girl disappear the way Fraysure did.

"There is a profile by the FBI of a person of interest, a sociopath who may have had a history of animal abuse, strained family ties and they may have been in jail at one time or another. They tend to keep to themselves so much they have few friends and nobody they would confide in. They would be capable of killing someone and disposing of the body without ever feeling the need to share the information with anyone," he said. "They wouldn't brag about it."

It is also believed the person was from the community, familiar with the area and may still maintain a local address while moving around a lot. By local, police were not limiting the address to Brooksville, but including surrounding communities and cities.

In the initial investigation, the KSP detective handling the case, Bob Scott interviewed several people, including one who fit the profile as a person of interest, said Jaskowiak, who did not name the person.

According to published reports and court records, Shane Simcox, the last person seen with Fraysure, was interviewed by Scott and he denied any link to her disappearance. Simcox, who was living with his grandfather in 1997, later got into scrapes with the law which resulted in jail time in 1998. He had previously been arrested for breaking into a Brooksville store in 1995. He had declined Scott's request to take a polygraph test in 1997 and his current whereabouts are unknown.

"He moves around a lot," said Jaskowiak.

Chris Below, a suspect in other similar cases of missing young girls with long dark hair and slight builds, sent to prison in Ohio in 2004 for involuntary manslaughter in the disappearance of Kathern Fetzer, has also been "looked into thoroughly." said Jaskowiak.

"If you recall there was the serial killer tow truck driver theory too. In the time since I have been on the case there have also been four people who confessed to killing her, and all have been false confessions," said Jaskowiak.

The death of Chris Mineer, reportedly a friend of Fraysure's, and his girlfriend Carmen Moorhead in 1998 is not related to the case either.

"That was purely a domestic situation," said Jaskowiak.

A farm where Simcox worked was also investigated to no end, as were a laundry list of other locations where people claimed to believe she was buried.

"Cadaver dogs have gone over the parking lots a number of times. There are a lot of wells and places to dispose of a body in the area of Bracken, Robertson and Mason County. Remains would have been found by now if her body was just dumped. We believe it was probably buried or heavily concealed somehow," he said.

There are personal items which may help in the search. Fraysure was believed to be wearing a Winnie the Pooh watch, a purple sweater with white stripes, Keds sneakers and jeans when she went missing.

Posters with Fraysure's image, at 17, the age she was went she went missing and with age enhancement still appear in area businesses and in the Bracken County Courthouse.

Fraysure's mother, Maggie Doherty could not be reached for comment.

Anyone with information regarding the Erica Fraysure case is asked to call KSP Post 6 at 859-428-1212, Bracken County Sheriff at 606-735-3233.

For more area news, go to www.bracken-online.com
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