Oregon Reserve Deputy Indicted for Murder
October 14, 2010
Steven Monte Crum, a Morrow County (Ore.) Sheriff's reserve deputy, has been indicted for murder involving the death of a pregnant woman in the rural area, Oregon Attorney General John Kroger has announced.
Crum has been arrested for the murder of Jessica Rae Killian, whose body was discovered on Oct. 4 on a farm. A firearm was used in the crime.
Crum has also been charged with aggratated theft for at least $10,000 from the Pheasant Cafe and Lounge.
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devin killian @ 11/25/2011 6:26 AM
I pray to God that the people chosen to sit on this jury are decent honest people. I hope they are dont let their community relations and close knit support rally get in the way of serving justice. The man they know doesn't exist (he never did) He is a facade of what steven Crum would have been if he wasnt void of humanity. He is a monster that murdered my sister in the most cowardly way. And he did it because he cant be exposed for what he really is, A monster! I miss her Everyday and will until the day I die, - Big Sister
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