Prosecutors say man who killed his parents had drug debts
A Helena-area man charged with killing his parents acknowledged burglarizing their business earlier this month to get money to pay a drug debt, Lewis and Clark County prosecutors said.Kaleb David Taylor, 21, allegedly confessed to killing David Taylor, 61, and Charla Taylor, 64, on March 18. Kyle Alexander Hamm, 21, and Journey Wienke, 22, have also been charged with deliberate homicide in the deaths.Based on surveillance video, prosecutors believe Kaleb Taylor, Hamm, Wienke and another man broke into the RV park office owned by the Taylors and took less than $1,500 on March 10, according to Hamm's charging documents.
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"She wants all to know that she loved him very much, and Burlington police have asked that people with information about the killing call the department at 658-2700 or CrimeStoppers at 864-6666. I didn't call Kevin, I just went to his house and he let me in. We sat and talked for hours about nothing
A benefit in Florence, Ohio helped raise money for the family who had a mother and son killed inside their Northern Kentucky apartment last week.
Kelli and Aiden Kramer's family members still are struggling with losing them both suddenly.
"It's been a total nightmare. I mean you just don't imagine losing a grandchild with the holidays, Easter coming up.It's just a total shock," Aiden's grandmother Sherry Sexton said.
The killer remains on the run.
Boone County sheriff's deputies found both victims inside their apartment in Burlington on Peoples Lane March 21.
"I just want to know why.Why would you do this to somebody, to someone's family, I just want to know why," Aiden's uncle Dustin Sexton said.
Slain 9-year-old, mother remembered as search for killer continues
A slain 9-year-old and his mother will be remembered Tuesday as the search for a killer continues. Kelli Kramer, 31, and her son Aiden, 9, will be laid to rest Tuesday, six days after their bodies were found inside a Burlington, Kentucky, apartment.
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"Last time I talked to Aiden he says, 'I love you Maw Maw,' he says, 'I'll talk to you later,'" Sherry Sexton said.
Saturday, crowds packed Muggbees Sports Bar and Grill to celebrate their lives.For the parents and grandparents of the victims, this support is what has held them together.
John Kramer and his wife Marilyn, raised their grandson Aiden for several years.Their daughter Kelli recently regained custody.
"I just want to thank everybody for their love and support.It's been a real trying time for us," John Kramer said.
Friend Amanda Warren pulled together raffles and silent auction items, organizing this fundraiser in just about a week to help with funeral costs.
"It makes us feel real good, that the community has pulled through for us and has been there," Marilyn Kramer said.
Loved ones now anxiously wait for answers.
Aiden was a fourth-grader at Burlington Elementary.Kelli Kramer was working at Starbucks in Florence.
"It races through my head all of the time and it just makes me sad every single time," Dustin Sexton said.
"We love you all to the moon and back.And we miss you Aiden," Sherry Sexton said.
The fundraiser went from 6 to 9 p.m. in Florence.
The investigation into these murders is still ongoing. Boone County sheriff's officials have not named any suspect, and are asking anyone with information to call them or Crime Stoppers at 513-352-3040.
A city searched for an autistic boy for days. Then, police say, his dad confessed to killing him. .
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