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"fremont canyon bridge" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"And that would cross the Fremont canyon bridge. Kennedy and Jenkins were whispering to each other. And Becky was begging them not to whisper and to tell them what they were saying because you know, the whispering. Of course, you're going to think what the hell are they talking about? Right. Well, I'm getting worried right? Yeah. The name. He whispered the Becky Becky if we ever get through this on never be greedy again. So it seems that to Amy going to the store to buy candy for herself with somehow the cause of their ordeal. This just makes me wanna cry doesn't it? This little girl was blaming herself in Becky Toler, Amy. It's not your fucking head off. Don't worry. Then the car's headlights flashed across the steel of a bridge Jenkins drove across the bridge, slowly and parked on a narrow dirt road at the far end of the bridge. Yeah. And then he said, okay here we are. And he said that they couldn't both go in at the same time. So both the girls were begging him to let them go together and Kennedy opened his door and the dome light showed Becky swollen bruised and bloody face. So this was the first time that Amy really saw how bad becky's face looked. And she screamed Kennedy handed Becky is open beer can. And she took a sip from the can then Kennedy told Amy to get out of the car and come with him at this point, Amy stopped crying. And she said, okay. Becky, she crawled over her sister becky's lap and got out of the door that Kennedy was holding. And she told her sister that she loved her. And this was the last time that Becky would ever see Amy as she was dragged away from that car, then Kennedy came back, and he was only gone a couple of minutes. He told Becky that her little sister was talking to the man and then. He said we're supposed to go up the road a bit. And wait for a signal then we'll come back down when it's your turn to talk to him. So Jenkins started up the car and the two men were whispering again, Becky, begged them not to whisper at this point. She's hysterical. They drove about one hundred and fifty yards up the road and stopped the car, then Kennedy Andreas and climbed into the back seat. He took off becky's close. She pushed him away trying to block his hands. But he tore off her Bronner panties. And he climbed on top of her Becky told him she'd never had intercourse before, but he raped her. It was very painful, but he really seemed to enjoy her suffering the more she seemed in pain the more. He liked it Jenkins who'd been sitting in the front smoking a cigarette and watching this rape got out of the car climbed in the back, and he also raped Becky. When they were finished with that Becky asked if she could get dressed, she thanked them for not letting her little sister, see the rape Jenkins got back in the car and started it then he backed down the doctor road to the spot where they first stopped where Kennedy had taken Amy out of the car and disappeared for a few minutes. So at this point becky's thinking, she's going to see her little sister, they raped her. And then maybe heard a little sister will be able to go home. But that isn't what happened at all. The men parked beside an old outhouse Jenkins shut off the car in both men got out. Now the night was pitch black hannidy and Jenkins stood on either side of the car door as Becky got out of the car, and they each took one of her arms and walked her into the darkness at the bridge less than thirty steps from the car. Kennedy spoke he said, okay, we're going to meet Amy right here. Now, he said here is if this was their queue because on the word here, both of the men grabbed her and tried to lift her over the guardrail. It was only three feet high. But they couldn't get her over it. So they weren't very strong, but she fought them with all of her strength. They couldn't get her to let go of the rail. So Jenkins began choking her. Jenkins. Make sure she's gonna die..
"fremont canyon bridge" Discussed on True Crime Brewery
"Twelfth and Melrose streets in casper, Wyoming when Becky and Amy came out of the store. One of the car's tires was flap unbeknownst to the sisters the two men who had slashed the tire Jerry Jenkins and Ronald Kennedy were the same guys who pulled into the parking spot next to them at that moment, and the men offered to help Becky and Amy had been set up for an abduction that night was the night when becky's worst nightmare came through on the Fremont canyon bridge the. Cold heartedness in cruelty of Jenkins and Kennedy was more than anyone in the community could comprehend and it would hunt Becky until the day that she died. So this is a truly haunting case for our New Year's episode one of the most disturbing cases for me. I guess for personal reasons it's just a really upsetting case for me. It's been hard for me to research it who's a tough case. It really was. So what kind of a beer are we going to have to drink to get us through this. We're going to have sour ill. Well, thank sticky. We're thinking of me weren't you are worse. This is a sour called the serpent. Cerise by snake river brewing company in Jackson, Wyoming. So as we've said, it's a sour. So it's hazy reddish, amber coloured beer with a big fat, long-lasting Whitehead. Nice looking beer, and it's got what you'd want sour cherry oak. Some vanilla. There's a hint. And current sounds delicious. It is it's a very tart medium dry. Nice beer Goodwin. Yeah..
"fremont canyon bridge" Discussed on Criminal
"Night. When the sun came up, Becky began to try to climb out of the canyon. Her pelvis was fractured. She couldn't move her legs. So she moves slowly pulling herself up the steep sides. Finally, she got to the top to the highway. There was a couple driving by and Sar and they stopped and helped her NATO her in their car to El Koba, which was about. The ten to fourteen miles away. And there that were they could get to a phone. There was nothing out there. There's no phones or nothing. Anyway, they took her to the store and in a call ambulance. Ambulance came in. The sheriff came and they started that started the investigation casper sheriff Bill SD's told reporters that you could easily see the path Becky taken because it was covered in blood. Detective develop was sent to the hospital to try to speak with Becky about what had happened. She was very coherent and able to give us details on what happened. She described what the two men looked like. And she said that they called each other, Jerry and Ronnie, and we hit. We were familiar with these two people. They were small time hoodlums here in casper. So we were familiar with. The with who they were. So we got some photos and did a photo lineup, and she picked him out mmediately Twenty-seven-year-old Ronald Kennedy and twenty nine year old. Jerry Jenkins were arrested that same day, a diver was sent back out to Fremont canyon to cert- searching for becky's younger sister, Amy. Her body was found underneath the bridge in about three feet of water. The autopsy found that the impact of the fall had killed her on the sense gently. News of the crime spread quickly in casper. And while police didn't release the names of the victims or Salan right away. It didn't take long for people to figure out what had happened to Becky, Amy, and who done it. Casper residents began calling the police station desperate for more information or it was pretty much. A wakeup call probably. 'cause you know, we haven't had any. Thing like that. Did I recall. Before that. Any kidnapping and murder. So must have shook the town pretty hard should do. It certainly did. Detective all has lived in casper since he was nineteen. He describes it as a good town full of hardworking people a little bit of that old west feel to it always felt like a friendly town. He raised his kids, they're one of whom was eleven at the time the same age as Amy, but casper which had always felt so safe now felt different. I'm Phoebe judge. This is criminal. April of nineteen, seventy four, seven months after Becky, Amy were thrown off the Fremont canyon bridge the trial of Ronald Kennedy and Jerry Jenkins began. It was held not in casper, but in Cheyenne, the defense had argued that the two men could never get a fair trial in casper. The case was just too well known, Ron Kennedy, and Jerry Jenkins were charged with two counts of rape, two counts of kidnapping, and I agree murder, Ron Kennedy, lived at home with his mother. He was unemployed and had been in and out of prison. Jerry Jenkins was married with a newborn baby just a few days out of the hospital on the crimes occurred. He also had a long arrest record almost twenty arrests. By the time he was eighteen for public drunkenness, deft, and. Jeff. In the months leading up to the trial, Becky received threats police believe the threats were coming from the defendants relatives, detective develop, kept a close eye on her, and when it was time to travel from casper to Cheyenne for the trial, he escorted her and stayed in the hotel room right next door. So he could be close. I stayed with. With her all time actually in. We grew to be friends. Were he who in the court room when Becky testified? Yes, I was there during the whole trial. The defendants were in the room while she described what happened? The night of September twenty fourth in detail at one point telling the jury that you heard, one of them say, make sure she's gonna die. Make sure she's going to be dead. Oh. It was pretty tough. You know, there were a lot of people in there, and some of them were crying. It was. So you know. Pretty pretty rough on a lot of people. But she did. She did an excellent job. She pretty much did everything matter fact Lii an agent from the FBI crime lab testified that hair found in Jerry Jenkins car matched Becky. He concluded it had been forcibly pulled from her head and police officers in the casper police department testified that the tire on the girls car had gone flat because it had been slashed. The jury deliberated for just over four hours on April. Thirtieth nineteen seventy four, Ron Kennedy. And Jerry Jenkins were found guilty on all counts. They were shutting to death and. And. However. The year after that, the Wyoming legislature. Abolish the death penalty. So the. Were then resentenced to life? I, I, I, I liked the first verdict. Better after the trial, Becky in her mother wanted to get out of casper. They went to Mexico where her stepfather was working on an oil rig. They stayed for a year. Becky got a job as a teacher, and when they returned detective, develop, took her under his wing, he helped her get a job working for the police department to you. She became a meter maid. She she worked down downtown with the police departments, so I get to see her quite a bit. She, she wrote parking tickets and did things like that. I talked to her on the phone, meet with her once in a while. Sometimes we'd have lunch. Becky then got a job selling advertising for a local radio station and detective develop thought she seemed to be doing well, but she wasn't. She made an appointment with the doctor and on the intake form she wrote, I wanna be normal again once a year. She had to appear before the parole board and tell the entire story of what had happened to her and her sister detective developed. Remember, she was terrified that the men would somehow be released. Kennedy used to come up rear for parole and Becky would have to. Say something to the parole board. He she'd have to be with them and go over the story with them every year, which was. Pretty tough on her. Also, she was drinking a lot and checked herself into a rehab facility. And when she finished treatment, she seemed to be doing better. Choose doing well at work. She met someone, she got engaged and in nineteen eighty-seven as she was planning her wedding. She asked detective all if he would walk her down the aisle and give her away Shia, why you would do that. And I did. Nice real nice. I was quite honored. It was a church wedding and chew. You know, really look great. In nineteen ninety. Becky had a baby, a little girl named Vale, six months later, her husband left. She started drinking again and she still every year had to go before that parole board until the whole story all over again. I think she all always thought about her sister. Hey, you know, in wondered why she died and she didn't. And I think she had some. I don't know if it'd be guilt or what receptor remorse about that, but that was always on her mind. And I think some, you know. Some people may have reminded her of that. What do you mean who? Well, I think so. You know, I think maybe they bring it up. And it would bother her.