New Search in The 14 yr old Cold Case of Jaliek Rainwalker
Jaliek Rainwalker went missing in November of 2007. There was a massive search for the twelve-year-old but no new leads have come until today. New York State Police are searching in a wooded area after a new lead.
When Jaliek Rainwalker Went Missing
Jaliek Rainwalker disappeared in November of 2007 under suspicious circumstances. The case went from a missing child case to a probable homicide about ten years ago. Jaliek's adoptive father, Stephen Kerr had been a person of interest. He was the last one to have seen Jaliek in his home in Greenwich. Police retraced that night with Kerr. He told them he picked Jaliek up from a respite foster home in Albany County and the two stopped at Red Robin in Latham to eat before heading to Greenwich. Nothing was found during massive searches on the route they took.
Where are they Searching Today?
According to News Channel 13, New York State Police have new credible leads. They are now searching in a wooded area around the South Troy Dodgers Baseball fields. They are hoping to find any evidence of Jaliek or other clues that could help them solve this cold case and finally get justice for Jaliek.
The New York State Police Search
Police are searching the forty-acre property of the South Troy Dodgers Baseball fields near Thompson Street. They are using K9s along with a scuba unit that is utilizing a robot to check under manhole covers in the area. Reports indicate that many of the same investigators that originally worked the case are assisting and searching this area today.
Let's hope this leads to getting justice and closure for Jaliek Rainwalker's family and friends.
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