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Tuesday, February 1, 2011

[CA] Whoever murdered cop's wife Cheryl Rose Wynn didn't leave evidence behind. Reward offered.

..."We have no suspects,
no leads,
no evidence"...

Monday marked a painful one-year anniversary for a retired LAPD officer [Steve Wynn]. His wife was found murdered in their Orange County home, and the case remains unsolved. A large reward has been offered in the case... Cheryl Rose Wynn, 48, was found stabbed to death inside her Orange home a year ago... "We have no suspects, no leads, no evidence," Orange police Sgt. Dan Adams said. "We have nothing. It's very unusual that we have nothing to work off of"...






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[CA] The wife of a retired police officer, Cheryl Rose Wynn, was murdered in their home - Detectives continue to investigate the stabbing death of a 48-year-old woman [Cheryl Rose Wynn]... Wynn's husband [ex-LAPD Detective Steve Wynn] told officers that he came home and found his wife on the bedroom floor... Wynn's husband is a retired police officer who works as a private investigator [Wynn Investigations]... Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Aaron Towner at (714) 744-7456...


REWARD: $50K IN STABBING DEATH OF RETIRED POLICEMAN'S WIFE
dailybreeze.com
01/31/2011
A $50,000 reward was offered today for information that helps solve the stabbing death of a retired police officer's wife, who was found dead in her residence in Orange a year ago today. Cheryl Rose Wynn's husband arrived home on Palo Loma Place about 6:30 p.m. last Jan. 31 and found her dead, Sgt. Dan Adams said. There were no apparent signs of forced entry, he said, adding that investigators don't have a motive for the killing of the 48-year-old woman whose family offered the reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of her killer... He said his wife, who worked for Boeing for about 20 years, is also survived by her adult daughter, a 3-year-old grandson and two stepsons. Anyone with information on the case was urged to call Detective Aaron Towner, (714) 744-7456 [Full article here]

$50,000 REWARD OFFERED IN WOMAN'S KILLING ONE YEAR AGO
The Orange County Register
By Denisse Salazar
Published: Jan. 31, 2011
[Excerpts] ...Her husband, Steve Wynn, told officers he came home and found his wife on the bedroom floor bleeding, Adams said. He is a retired police officer from a Los Angeles County agency. "We have no suspects, no leads, no evidence," Orange police Sgt. Dan Adams said. "We have nothing. It's very unusual that we have nothing to work off of." Steve Wynn described his wife as a very giving and loving person. "We are hoping that maybe the enticement of $50,000 will encourage someone to come forward if they know who was involved," Steve Wynn said during a telephone interview. Cheryl Rose Wynn worked for The Boeing Company for 24 years. She was a procurement agent in the company's supplier management group in Cypress... [Full article here]


$50K REWARD MARKS ANNIVERSARY OF ORANGE MURDER
KABC
John Hartung
January 31, 2011
[Excerpts] Monday marked a painful one-year anniversary for a retired LAPD officer. His wife was found murdered in their Orange County home, and the case remains unsolved. A large reward has been offered in the case. A tangible pain is still visible Kristina D'Elia's face. It was a year ago Monday that her mom was murdered inside her home... On Jan. 31, 2010, 48-year-old Cheryl Rose Wynn was stabbed to death. She was found by her husband... No arrests have been made. Monday, the family announced a $50,000 reward... "Frustration is definitely the key word in this case. No lead to a suspect. No evidence at this point that we can find anywhere else other than what we found that night in the residence, so we're looking for the public's help on this case, for sure," said Orange Police Sgt. Dan Adams. Kristina D'Elia's stepfather, Steve Wynn, did not want to talk on camera, but did issue a statement Monday: "It is a very emotional day. It is a sad memory. There isn't a day that goes by that we don't remember Cheryl. We hope the reward of $50,000 will get someone to speak who may know something," wrote Wynn... [Full article here]

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2 comments:

  1. I'm so sorry that there are still no answers.

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  2. Was Cheryl Wynn psychologist Robert D. Here's daughter?

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