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~ Memory loss 

and a problem with facts ~

 

WHO’S WATCHING

BRETT?

CORTNEY ERIN FRY

     “The case of a missing 19-year old mother from Columbia confounded police and residents for seven months. 

    Cortney Erin Fry went missing in July 2004, only to turn up dead Jan. 22 in a Manor Township field.

    Police, along with relatives and friends of Fry, spent months urging the public for help in solving the case.

    FOX News Channel’s ‘On the Record with Greta Van Susteren’ aired a segment on the case before the victim’s skeletal remains were found.

    A grand jury was impaneled to review testimony and evidence in the case.  Witnesses told the grand jury that Micah Stewart, 19, Fry’s boyfriend and father of their daughter, described the slaying to them.

    Stewart was charged in July with the homicide.  He is in prison awaiting trial.

    Stewart allegedly strangled Fry in their Columbia apartment, then took her body to the woods, where he doused it with gasoline and set it on fire.”

Brett Lovelace, “Nine homicides committed in county in ’05,” Intell, January 3, 2006.

RENEE J. BINKLEY

    “Three other domestic-related killings also contained grisly details.

    …In a separate case, a 39-year-old Lancaster city man shot his girlfriend inside a van. 

    Todd A. Smith shot Renee J. Binkley, 40, on Sept. 4.

    Smith was handling a .12-guage shotgun as Binkley drove their 1989 Ford van toward Conestoga and South Queen streets.  Binkley, the mother of two, was shot once in the back.

    Smith, who dated Binkley for about two years, has said he didn’t know the shotgun was loaded.

    The case has been under investigation for four months to determine whether Smith shot Binkley by accident.  The district attorney is expected to make a ruling on the case after a ballistic analysis on the shotgun is completed.”

Brett Lovelace, “Nine homicides committed in county in ’05,” Intell, January 3, 2006.

KENNETH W. ECKERT

    “A Lancaster city police officer suspended in March after being charged with groping a woman helped end a cross-county chase last week for a man in a stolen Mercedes-Benz. 

    Kenneth W. Eckert, 25, a three-year police veteran who is awaiting trial for indecent assault, was jogging June 14 near his Millersville home when he spotted Ryan Wayne Klein, 22, running down the street.

    Eckert chased Klein several blocks before alerting Manor Township police Cpl. Kim Geyer, who arrested Klein.

    ‘I would love to be a police officer again,’ Eckert said Tuesday.”

Brett Lovelace, “Suspended cop assisted in chase,” Intell, June 21, 2006.

“VERY STRESSED”

    “For six months, David Stewart has endured rumors and accusations that his son was involved in the disappearance of Cortney Fry.

    The storm of controversy surrounding Micah Stewart has intensified since authorities announced Monday that Fry, 19, was killed and her body dumped in a Manor Township field.

    ‘Micah is being called a murderer,’ Stewart said.  ‘I’m at the point where I believe my son is innocent until proven guilty.’

    Stewart, 50, said he spends days in his cramped Columbia apartment awaiting telephone calls from his 19-year-old son, who is in Lancaster County Prison on $30,000 bail.  The younger Stewart was arrested Friday, the day before rabbit hunters found Fry’s remains, on charges unrelated to the Fry investigation.  He has not been charged in the Fry case.

    ‘My son is hurting and very stressed,’ Stewart said.  ‘It’s been rough on all of us.’”

Brett Lovelace, “’I believe my son is innocent,’” Intell, January 26, 2005.

“LEAVE ME ALONE”

    “Todd A. Smith has spent the past 10 days wondering if police will arrest him for killing his girlfriend.

    Smith said the Sept. 4 shooting that killed Renee J. Binkley as the couple drove through Lancaster was a terrible accident, and he is wracked with sorrow over pulling the trigger.

    ‘I want the police to leave me alone and let me grieve,’ Smith said.  ‘This wasn’t my fault.  I didn’t do anything wrong.’”

Brett Lovelace, “Boyfriend grieves the woman he shot dead,” Intell, September 15, 2005.

INDECENT ASSAULT

    “The former girlfriend of a Lancaster city police officer charged with indecent assault on a female has accused him of repeatedly abusing her during their two-year relationship, according to court documents.

    Kenneth W. Eckert, 25, a three-year veteran of the police force, has been suspended from duty after being charged March 30 with indecent assault.

    He is now accused of sexually assaulting his former girlfriend while on duty, according to a protection from abuse request filed Tuesday in Lancaster County Court. 

    …The woman also describes how an intoxicated Eckert allegedly came to her house in the middle of the night in February.  He allegedly lifted the woman out of bed and said, ‘I’m going to do what I should have done a long time ago,’ before throwing her down.

    The woman also accuses Eckert of forcing her to have sex with him in November while she was recovering from abdominal surgery.”

Brett Lovelace, “Ex-girlfriend accuses officer of abusing her,” Intell, April 7, 2006.

 

    Does Brett suffer from memory loss?  Who told him it was gasoline?  What happened in the Renee Binkley case?  To be continued…