Body Confirmed As Kayleah Wilson, Homicide Named Cause Of Death

May 21, 2010

Colorado (ChattahBox) – A body found in an irrigation ditch in Greeley, Colorado has been confirmed to be that of 12-year-old Kayleah Wilson, who went missing several months ago.

Kayleah was last seen alive on March 30, when she left her family’s home to go to a birthday party.

She never made it to the party, and police began searching for the young girl.

But this week a ditch worker made a horrifying discovery when he found a decomposing body and alerted authorities.

Police have now confirmed that the body is that of Kayleah, and that she was murdered.

While the cause of death has been determined, police are refusing to release the information, explaining that it is a key part of the investigation.

It is a tragic end to a horrible case.

Our condolences to Kayleah’s family and friends.



2 Responses to “Body Confirmed As Kayleah Wilson, Homicide Named Cause Of Death”

  1. minnie on May 21st, 2010 11:45 am

    i was on top of this story since day one. i would go on my computer just to find out if she was found alive. unfortunately, it didnt happen that way. it is so sad to know that there are so many sick people out there that would do such a horrible thing. but what i want someone to explain to me is, how does a parent, let her 12 year old daughter, walk alone to a party or to any place. this girl had to walk almost 10 blocks just to get to her friends house. let alone, the party house. im not putting blame, but i just dont understand how anybody can let there 12 year old walk alone. look at the consequences now. im sorry, but thats how i feel. RIP Kayleah Wilson.

  2. olivia on May 22nd, 2010 3:37 pm

    Minnie – Walking in a suburban neighborhood to a friend’s party at the age of twelve is common, not shocking. Kids walk to school, or to the store, or to friend’s houses all the time. If she were six, I could get your point. But Kayleah was almost a teen. What happened was a tragedy based on the sick killer who was a predator. They would have found someone no matter what. Making it seem at all as though the parent’s made a bad choice is uncharitable, at best. They were letting her be a normal 12-year-old.

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