William Kittrell- Mississippi- 1999 Sept 11, 2015 12:37:02 GMT -5
Post by Scumhunter on Sept 11, 2015 12:37:02 GMT -5
(Above photo credit: Mississippi Department of Public Safety website)
Fugitive Profile as of September 11th, 2015: (Based on Mississippi DPS website, AMW archives)
Full Name: William Dewey Kittrell
DOB: May 29th, 1943 (72 years old)
Last Known Address: 18125 Highway 42, State Line, Mississippi
-Probably has a beard
-Has family in the State Line, MS area
-Is a farmer
-Has worked on offshore oil rigs in Louisiana
-May be on the run with a girlfriend
-Is a smoker
-Is very controlling
-Frequents rodeos and livestock auctions
Who to call if you've seen him: Based on wanted location, our advice would be to call the Greene County Sheriff's Office (Mississippi) at (601) 394-2342
William Dewey Kittrell was aired as a break-four tease on the February 1st, 2003 episode of America's Most Wanted.
Mississippi FBI agents say William Kittrell murdered his estranged wife, Glenda, on June 1, 1999. They say Kittrell ambushed her outside of her residence as she was coming home from work. She was shot and killed with a high-powered rifle.
In March of 1999, before the murder, Kittrell allegedly abducted Glenda and took her into the woods surrounding her home. There, they say, he showed her a grave and told her should would soon be in it. On that day, Glenda was able to convince her husband to release her, by promising to work things out with him.
Agents say Kittrell disappeared the day his wife was murdered.
Thoughts? I can't find much online, but according to the Websleuths message board there was a wanted poster (link no longer works for it) that mentions the possibility of Kittrell living in Washington state. Apparently the wanted poster was updated to include Venice, Louisiana as a possible location. In addition, Kittrell is said to have children.
I feel part of the reason Kittrell may be hard to locate is he obviously has no problem living in the boondocks, and could be living a relatively quiet life with a woman in a small town.
Wish AMW didn't suddenly remove him from their website for unknown reasons a few years back since this case still appears to be active.
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