Subpoena filed in Kristy Kelley case


BOONVILLE, Ind. (WEHT) – A new investigation into Kristy Kelley’s death is set to have its first court hearing this month.

April Edwards, the attorney for Kristy’s dad, has subpoenaed phone records.

Edwards wants to see what Kristy’s ex-husband was doing the night she disappeared.

According to Edwards, text messages were deleted from Clay Kelley’s phone.

Edwards wants to see who else he was talking to.

The Warrick County Sheriff’s Office said Kristy died accidentally.

In 2014, her body was found in her car at the bottom of a pond near Boonville.

Kristy’s father, Todd Scales, wants a new investigation.

Clay’s attorney has filed to block Edwards’ subpoena.

A hearing on August 28 will address the request.

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(This story was originally published on August 5, 2019)

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