That’s what Willamette Week is reporting. KPAM news obtained a copy of ONE of the flyers the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office sent to students, parents, and teachers. There are two different versions of the flyer. The one you see here is the one sent to parents to go over with their children who went to school with Kyron.
Did your child see KYRON’s step-mom, TERRI on 6/4/10, at or near the school?Did you see a White Ford F250 Truck on 6/4/10 at or near the school?
WW has learned that federal, county and city law-enforcement officials say the reason for the search of Sauvie Island is that cell-phone records reveal Kyron’s step-mother, Terri Moulton Horman, may have been on the island the day he disappeared.
And as searchers comb the island, law-enforcement officials say the investigation is increasingly focusing on the step-mother, because of problems with her account of what she was doing the day Kyron went missing.
This information comes from five separate law-enforcement officials from agencies at the city, county and federal level. To our knowledge, none is directly involved with the investigation.
The white Ford pick up was seen being towed away from the parents home some days ago. Law enforcement authorities said it had a dead battery. Sure.