Kim’s 50-year-old sister, Julie, disappeared without a trace in May 2012, and Kim says she is convinced Julie’s husband of seven years, Cregg, killed her in a fit of rage — which he vehemently denies. Why does Kim say she fears the worst for her sister?
Cregg insists he had nothing to do with his wife’s disappearance and says he is tired of her family falsely accusing him. What does Cregg say happened the day Julie disappeared? And, why did he wait 10 days to report her missing? Cregg says he believes his wife is still alive, and he accuses her ex-husband, Steven, of being involved in her disappearance — but Steven points the finger right back at Cregg. What happened to Julie?
Then, in 2013, the partial remains of missing teen Dylan Redwine
were found about 10 miles from his father, Mark’s, Colorado home — a few months after Mark and his ex-wife, Elaine, appeared on the show. Elaine, Dylan’s mother, returns with an update. What does she say she realized after she first appeared on the show? And, hear from Mark, who is offered another chance to take a polygraph test. Will he accept?
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“My sister disappeared three years ago, and I believe her husband killed her,” Kim says. “Cregg is rageful, violent person, a liar and very narcissistic. I am very afraid of him.”
“We hadn’t heard from my sister-in-law Julie for weeks,” Jill says. “We were leaving messages. So I called the Trotwood Police on a Friday, and they informed me that Cregg filed a missing person’s report — and it was like, why would you wait nine days to report somebody missing?”
“When I found out my sister was missing, it was instant panic,” Kim says. “I immediately thought Cregg had done something to her.”
“Am I convinced Cregg killed her? Yes, I am,” Jill says. “I want Cregg to know, you think you can run but you can’t hide. God will get you for it.”
“I’m furious,” Kim says. “He tries to play like he’s the victim. In fact, he’s the murderer.”
Cregg vehemently denies having anything to do with his wife’s disappearance. “I don’t personally feel that I have to prove anything to anybody. Her family’s been falsely accusing me since she disappeared. I don’t care what they think. I don’t care what anybody thinks. I have nothing to do with my wife’s disappearance,” he says.
Cregg explains what he says happened the day Julie disappeared.
“Common sense is just not making sense to me here.”
If you have any information on the disappearance of Julie Earley, contact the Trotwood Police Dept : (937) 854-3988.
Still Searching for Justice
Dylan Redwine, 13, vanished without a trace in November 2012 during a court ordered visit with his father, Mark, in Colorado. Dylan’s mother, Elaine, confronted Mark on Dr. Phil’s stage,
desperate for answers. Mark denied having anything to do with his son’s disappearance, and although he agreed to take a polygraph test, it was never completed.
In June 2013, authorities announced that Dylan’s partial remains were found near Vallecito Resevoir in southwestern Colorado, about 10 miles from his father’s house. A cause of death could not be immediately determined, and a criminal investigation is ongoing.
“Dylan’s partial remains were located in sight of where Mark’s house is. Mark can see that area from his front door of his house,” Elaine says. “What happened when they found his remains, you know, I can’t even communicate it,” Elaine says tearfully. “It’s just very difficult, I will never be able to put into words how I felt that day.”
Mark still denies any involvement in his son’s death.
Elaine and her son, Cory, say they made a shocking realization when they last appeared on the show.
Mark Redwine joins the show via telephone. “The first thing I want to address is the polygraph test,” Mark says. Tune in to hear what Mark has to say!
Elaine has some questions for Mark. How will he respond?
Statement from La Plata County Sheriff’s Office, April 11, 2015:
This is an active investigation, and we will not make any further comments, except that we will continue our investigative efforts until there is a resolution for Dylan.