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A personal crime it was, as far as I am concerned. I think that Jessica knew her murderer and knew this person very well.

Why didn't the boyfriend allow Steve to see his granddaughter??? Why??? Think about it.

I hope they find the jerk who murdered Jessica. This case is cold now.


I too think she knew her attacker. Especially if she was stabbed repeatedly... overkill. Have they questioned the guy that found her I wonder? Checked him out?


You should submit this to Ann Rule's website...although she is working on some other things, this sounds right up her alley! Someone needs to figure it out! How sad!


Hmmm... I don't know who murdered Jessica Fear but it was fun catching up on your blog again. Oh, and a belated Happy Birthday!




hey im heidi Jessica fears sister & ijust wanted to say thanx for talking to me & we know who did it now!!


Jessica was a very dear friend of mine, I stopped in to see her at Sunoco when she was working before reporting to work for duty; even the night she was murdered. I last seen her the night she was murdered on our video camera as I zoomed in on her around 3:10 am, she was talking on the phone. We talked alot before work and confided in each other. I surely hope JW gets what coming to him. RIP Jessica, your surely missed.


Some of these comments are going to be removed because really, the family issues don't belong in this forum and I think you all know it.

Now, back to the business at hand. When is this guy going to trial? There has been very little in the news about it since they sent him for a forensic exam.


I agree with you, some of the comments were uncalled for.I just wanted to let you know that Mr. Westervelt goes to trial on April 30, 2007 wtih no more delays. Thanks for the article that you put together about Jessica. I miss her so much.


I was at the same gas station this happened last night and saw a memorial cross they have on the wall for her. Everyone here seems to think she was stabbed to death with a pen, not that she was murdered in such a brutal way.


I guess they don't read the paper. Jessica was murdered, she was viciously stabbed with a knife. I hope that all convience store workers watch who they befriend. You never know who will become enraged for the littlest reason. Jessica is deeply missed everyday.

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