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Florida Cadet Missing, Boyfriend Uncooperative

March 17, 2011  | 

Investigators are attempting to locate Kelly Rothwell, a 35-year-old south Florida cadet, who has been missing since Sunday.

When located in New York, Rothwell's longtime live-in boyfriend, a retired corrections officer, has declined to speak with investigators about the case.

Rothwell had been attending the Pinellas Police Academy in St. Petersburg. She was living with David R. Perry, 46, in Indian Rocks Beach northwest of St. Petersburg.

The Pinellas County Sheriff's Office is continuing its search for Rothwell. Deputies arrived at the couple's home Sunday to find both vehicles missing. Rothwell's green 2007 Subaru Outback was located two miles away.

Read the full story at TBO.com.

Tags: Florida, Domestic Disputes


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Michael @ 3/17/2011 6:20 PM

Sounds like the boyfriend wants to become "a person of interest". What an idiot, I would have someone watching him around the clock until I got more PC to yank his chain. Hope she is alright.

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