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Monday, November 05, 2018

Vermilion Police Withhold Evidence in Amy Mihaljevic Case **UPDATED**

For the last 10 years, Vermilion Police and Chief Chris Hartung, have refused to release the name of the man who attempted to abduct 2 women in Vermilion in 1984. I believe these attempted abductions are related in some way to the Amy Mihaljevic case for a couple reasons. 1. The man was driving a car that matches the description of the vehicle Amy's body was kept in. 2. It's a similar crime. 3. The abductor mentions a suspect in the Amy Mihaljevic case by name - Dean Runkle.

Both Chief Hartung and Dean Runkle know the name of this individual and have never shared it. In fact, Vermilion police refuse to provide the name of the suspect to other members of law enforcement, including detectives and retired FBI.

There are enough clues in the reports, though, perhaps someone out there can figure out who this person is. Please share. Please take a long look. Ask you parents. Who is this person and what was their relationship to Dean Runkle?


**UPDATE**
Less than an hour and one of my readers seems to have already identified the man. I am trying to verify. When I do, I will share the name.
**UPDATE 2**
There's a name on here, Tresp. I always figured it was short for "trespassing." Turns out it was the last name of the suspect. Meet Jerry Tresp, who was arrested in 1985 for attempted rape and attempted murder. He appears to have been incarcerated in 1989, during Amy's abduction. He is now a free man. I hope to speak to him soon about Dean Runkle.

Thank you to my Irregulars who figured out in 15 minutes what I couldn't crack in 10 years.

A special thank you to Cindy Jahnsz for links to the articles!


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