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03/27/2012

Homicide Investigation - Carl Anderson

Carl Anderson

Cheryl Crawford

         Teri Dean



News Release

Stone County Sheriff’s Office

March 27, 2012

 

I would like to give my condolences to the family of Carl Anderson and thank them for being patient during this investigation.

I would also like to acknowledge the following for their assistance in this investigation:

a.      Christian County Sheriff’s Office

b.      Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Division of Drug and Crime Control

c.       Missouri State Highway Patrol’s State Crime Lab, with special thanks to Jason  

          Wyckoff

d.      And a special acknowledgement to Detectives Shawn Fields and Matt Maggard

         and their Captain, Tim Gideon of the Stone County Sheriff’s Office, who put in

         countless hours into this case.


Today, Teri Dean, and Cheryl Crawford are being charged with Murder in the First Degree in the death of Carl Anderson. Investigation continues on Eugene Crider with the possibility of charges being filed against him at a later date.

 

The facts supporting these charges are as follows:

 

On February 25, 2012, The Christian County Sheriff’s Office took a report of a missing person, identified as Carl Glenn Anderson.  Carl was last seen at the residence of Teri Dean, Eugene Crider and Cheryl Crawford, all living at 263 Akita Run, Stone County, Missouri on February 23, 2012.

On March 6, 2012, Stone County Detectives executed a search warrant at the residence on Akita Run.  During the execution of the warrant, a large amount of blood was found in several locations on the ceiling in the master bedroom.  The carpet flooring, exterior windows and the interior door in the master bedroom had recently been replaced.  It was observed the ceiling had been cleaned and ceiling texture removed in an attempt to conceal the visibility of the blood stains.  Samples of the blood were taken from various areas in the master bedroom, including the ceiling, ceiling fan housing and ceiling fan blades.

The blood samples were sent to the Missouri State Highway Patrol Crime Laboratory for identification purposes (DNA).  It was determined the blood samples were that of Carl Anderson.

On March 9, 2012, Teri Dean, Gene Crider and Cheryl Crawford were arrested in Lake Ozark, Missouri.  At the time of their arrest, their cell phones were seized and later searched.  By examining the phone records and cross referencing the cell phone towers, it led Detectives to a property located on Highway OO in Stone County which belongs to Earl Kearney, a know associate of Teri Dean.  The phone records showed that one or more of the three suspects spent a considerable amount of time at the property of Earl Kearney on the evening of Thursday, February 23rd and Friday, February 24th.

A search warrant was applied for and obtained for the property of Earl Kearney and the warrant was executed on March 19, 2012.  Based on information from that search warrant and after doing further investigation, a second search warrant for the property was applied for and obtained.  The second warrant was executed on March 21st.   During the second search warrant, human remains were located.  Laboratory exams confirmed the remains were that of Carl Glenn Anderson.

Our investigation is still ongoing so we are not at liberty to answer any questions at this time.

 

Richard L. Hill

Sheriff, Stone County

 

 

 

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