Three retired investigators looking into Kristy Kelley case

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WARRICK COUNTY, Ind. (WEHT) – Three retired investigators are looking into the Kristy Kelley case.

Kelley’s father, and his attorney, April Edwards, believe her death wasn’t an accident.

Retired Evansville Police Detective, Guy Minnis, retired Crime Scene Tech, Mike Ford, and retired Chief Deputy Prosecutor, Neil Thomas, are working pro bono.

Edwards says the team is digging through the investigation files. They were recently released by the Warrick County Sheriff’s Office.

The team hopes to determine if she died accidentally, or if someone else is responsible. They also haven’t ruled out suicide.

Edwards doesn’t believe they have all the evidence.

The team is trying to interview the people involved.

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

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