Sunday, August 25 2013 9:35 PM EDT2013-08-26 01:35:41 GMT
A memorial service for Katelyn Markham will be held on Sunday, August 25th at the Fairfield High School Performing Arts Center. Two years ago, Markham went missing from her townhome. On Sunday, AprilMore >
A memorial service for Katelyn Markham will be held on Sunday, August 25th at the Fairfield High School Performing Arts Center.More >
Monday, August 13 2012 7:13 PM EDT2012-08-13 23:13:59 GMT
One year ago, Katelyn Markham disappeared from her Fairfield town home. There have been some minor updates in the case but still, Katelyn hasn't been seen or heard from in 12 months. Over the past year,More >
There have been some minor updates in the case but still, Katelyn hasn't been seen or heard from in 12 months.More >
Saturday, April 21 2012 11:17 PM EDT2012-04-22 03:17:53 GMT
Friends and family of a missing Fairfield Township woman gathered for an event in her honor on Saturday night. Katelyn Markham disappeared eight month ago from her townhome and hasn't been found despiteMore >
Friends and family of a missing Fairfield Township woman gathered for an event in her honor on Saturday nightMore >
Saturday, December 3 2011 12:46 AM EST2011-12-03 05:46:43 GMT
Fairfield Police Chief Micahel Dickey sat down exclusively with Fox 19 Friday afternoon, saying that the department is following up on new leads regarding missing 22-year-old Katelyn Markum, and has begun re-searching certain areas.More >
Friday, August 19 2011 1:29 PM EDT2011-08-19 17:29:53 GMT
Police have released the 911 call that Katelyn Markham's fiancee placed to report her missing. Markham, 22, of Fairfield, has been missing since Saturday when she didn't show up for work.More >
It's been two years since Katelyn Markham went missing from her Fairfield, Ohio home. On Tuesday, Indiana State Police released that her death has been ruled a homicide.
On Sunday, April 7, 2013 skeletal remains were located near Cedar Grove, IN. The Franklin County Coroner's Office, Indiana State Police, Franklin County Sheriff's Deputies, and Indiana Conservation Officers responded to the scene.
On April 8 those remains were positively identified as those of Katelyn Markham of Fairfield, OH who had been reported as missing on August 14, 2011.
After reviewing the results of post-mortem examinations conducted by various forensic specialists, the Franklin County Coroner has ruled that Katelyn Markham's cause of death is undetermined and her manner of death is Homicide.
Earlier today the Franklin County Coroner's Office released the remains of Katelyn Markham so that her family could make funeral arrangements.
A group of people also gathered at the Fairfield Police Department Tuesday, hoping for answers to many unanswered questions.
"A lot of people really care and felt like Katelyn needed a voice, and she needed a voice today that says justice needs to still be sought, and that this case can't go cold," said Shari Crystol, who helped search for Katelyn.
Crystol was just one of over a dozen who came out in support of justice for Katelyn. Her father, David Markham, stopped by the rally saying Tuesday is a day he's been looking forward to, but also one he's dreaded.
just a vivacious, goofy, colorful character. One day it feels like it's
been two years, another day feels like it's been two weeks," David Markham explained during a sit down interview with FOX19 on Tuesday.
The last two years have required a painful dose of patience that has been tried at every turn.
"Nothing in this has gone quickly. It's all been so slow and really
coming up empty handed," said Markham.
"This is the day where he got the news that his daughter has been released. It's just a flood of emotions. It just keeps coming back, and that's why we just need to keep the faith, you might say," said Dave Rader of the Ohio chapter of Texas Equusearch.
The Indiana State Police and the Fairfield Police continue working jointly in their investigation into the death of Katelyn Markham.
"Sometimes justice comes slow, but we're doing everything we can. I know sometimes it's not enough. Indiana State Police has stepped up, and they're helping. We will jointly solve this," said Officer Doug Day of the Fairfield Police Department.
"Eventually people will stop caring. Well, guess what, sometimes people don't stop caring, and the people behind me, none of us are going to stop caring. Katelyn needs a voice, and we'll be her voice until there's justice," Crystol told FOX19.
Anyone who has any information regarding her death is urged to call the Indiana State Police at 812-689-5000, Fairfield Police at 513-867-6094, or Crime Stoppers at 888-352-3040 or 513-352-3040.
Monday, July 28 2014 6:59 PM EDT2014-07-28 22:59:54 GMT
Neighbors struggled to make sense of the shooting deaths of a family of five in which the father was known to many throughout their apartment complex as a friendly maintenance worker.More >
A maintenance worker with financial problems killed his wife and three children with a shotgun, then committed suicide, over the weekend in what state police called one of the worst cases of domestic violence in Maine...More >
They were born just two weeks apart. A 10-week-old baby and 8-week-old pit bull have a fascinating relationship. They absolutely adore each other! Louisiana native Brandi Hodges, 25, has posted photosMore >
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Tuesday, July 29 2014 12:28 AM EDT2014-07-29 04:28:54 GMT
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is asking for a temporary restraining order on the office of Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery to keep MCAO from investigating allegations of campaign mismanagement.More >
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is asking for a temporary restraining order on the office of Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery.More >
Monday, July 28 2014 10:46 PM EDT2014-07-29 02:46:51 GMT
A player for the Phoenix Suns who was arrested in May on drunken driving charges had a blood alcohol content level of .222, police reports said.More >
P.J. Tucker was pulled over May 10 after a Scottsdale police officer notice the 2011 Mercedes-Benz Tucker was driving had slowed to 10 mph and ran a stop sign at Camelback and Buckboard, a police report stated.More >