Fairfield, CA — Slow news day today. Aside from that nut in the bunker getting himself dead, I couldn’t really find anything I felt like writing up. But I did find one story out of California that doesn’t seem to be getting covered by the major news outlets, and that’s the death of 13-year-old Genelle Conway Allen.
Genelle was in foster care and reported missing on Thursday after she didn’t return home from Green Valley Middle School. On Friday, her nude body was found lying face down on a cement median in Allan Witt Park.
“I got closer and closer. And the closer I got to her, the more it became real. And then I got right up to her, and I realized that was a human body,” said Eric May who initially thought Genelle’s body was a mannequin. “I tried to wake her up. I did. Absolutely. Look, I got three layers of clothes on. I know how to survive the cold. I was ready to take my outer clothes off and give it to her.”
There aren’t a lot of details, but reports are that Genelle was strangled. Investigators stated they won’t announce whether the teen was sexually assaulted for another six weeks. Detectives currently have no suspects but are hoping surveillance cameras from a nearby business, as well as the surveillance cameras at the park’s entrances and exits, may have captured the person(s) responsible for Genelle’s death.
If you can believe a comment left on Instagram, one boy said that he got off the bus with Genelle the day she was reported missing.
Speaking of unsolved deaths of a 13-year-old girl, did you know they still have not found the person responsible for killing Jodi Parrack? She was the 13-year-old Michigan girl who didn’t come home and was found lying dead in the local cemetery back in 2007. Crazy.Tags: California, Genelle Allen, Missing Person, Murder, park, Strangulation, teen