Skip to comments.Investigators visit Frederiksen’s father
Posted on 11/02/2005 4:55:03 PM PST by richierichIII
Authorities spent more than one hour on Friday at Casey Frederiksens fathers Charles City home.
An investigator with the Floyd County Sheriffs Office spent about an hour on Friday assisting the U.S. Postal Inspector with an ongoing investigation at 807 B St.
Dennis King, Frederiksens father, resides at the address.
It was nothing bad, King said of the visit.
Frederiksen, 26, was indicted last month on one count of possession of child pornography for allegedly having more than 1,000 images on a computer of children being sexually abused.
Floyd County Attorney Marilyn Dettmer said the charge is separate but intertwined with a state investigation into the murder of his fiances 5-year-old daughter.
Evelyn Miller disappeared from the rural Floyd apartment she shared with her mother Noel Miller, Frederiksen and two brothers on July 1. Her body was found five days later in the Cedar River two miles from her home.
Authorities say the child was murdered but have not released details of how and when she was killed. No arrests have been made.
King said his son may not have been the focus of investigators visit on Friday.
Im not sure, he said. There might be other people involved. Casey might not be involved.
King declined further explanation.
The U.S. Postal Inspectors office was involved in the investigation which led to Frederiksens arrest and, according to Evelyns grandfather, issued a number of subpoenas for grand jury testimony last Thursday.
King was among at least five people to testify before the federal grand jury. Also testifying were his mother Sandy Kuykendall of Floyd, Evelyns father Andy Christie of Waterloo and her uncle Jeremiah Christie of Des Moines, and Frederiksens fiance Noel Miller.
Jeremiah Christie, who testified before the grand jury which indicted Frederiksen on the pornography charge, said the grand jury was again asking questions about a computer Frederiksen owned and his alleged drug use.
Sadly, this kind of thing is all too common.
"Nothing Bad" what? like the postal inspector and investigators just droped in for coffee?
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