FAMILY IN MOURNING The Family of Two Women Murdered In Boone County Speak Out
Reported by: Elizabeth Norieka
Videographer: Akash Vaghela
Web Producer: Elizabeth Norieka
Also Contributing: Kennie Bass
Reported: May. 15, 2012 9:13 PM EDT
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A double murder and sexual assault in a quiet Boone County community has many people on edge as police search for the suspect.
Through her tears, Kay Linville talked to Eyewitness News about the tragedy that unfolded in the very home she grew up in.
Deputies say Timothy Parsons murdered her niece 35 year old Leigh-Anne Kinder- Parsons and Leigh-Anne's mother, 62 year old Sue Kinder.
This all happened Monday night into Tuesday morning in the Blooming Rose area.
Deputies say Leigh-Anne's 15 year old daughter saw her mother and grandmother murdered.
Deputies say Timothy Parsons then sexually assaulted the teenager. Linville says she fears the teenager will now have to go to counseling after seeing how upset she was following these tragic and terrifying incidents.
Linville points to a troubled past between Timothy and his wife as a possible motive for these murders.
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