Officials determined that the murder victim was a prostitute. She had been living with the tenant in unit #2, in direct violation of that tenant's lease agreement and in violation of the terms of her housing assistance contract with the Ogden Housing Authority. Kier employee Terri Muchmore, had been informed by other residents that the murder victim had been living with the tenant in unit #2, but she did nothing about it.... Evidently, Kier had done nothing about it for 17 years.
When I questioned Kier about their deliberate failure to obey my directive to evict the tenant in #2, Kier claimed that they had lacked enough proof to evict the tenant. (they apparently lacked the integrity to tell me about that too). Terri Muchmore admitted in an email to me, that she (Kier) had always suspected the tenant in #2 of being a prostitute, stating that other tenants had informed her (Kier) that the murder victim had been living with the tenant in unit #2. HUD rules state that a Landlord may evict a Resident, if the Landlord has reason to believe that the Resident is involved in any type of criminal activity, that could adversely affect the safety of the other residents or the complex as a whole.
I recently learned the "REAL" story behind these gruesome murders
- E-mails from Kier containing news clippings about the murders;
- An E-mail from Kier, admitting that they suspected the tenant in #2 was a prostitute and that knew the murder victim had been living in #2;
- My written order to Kier to evict the tenant in Unit #2 .
- An E-mail from Kier telling me that the tenant in #2 had been evicted after being arrested for prostitution at the building... nearly a year after I ordered them to evict her.
|News clippings sent by Kier|
Apparently for my scrapbook?
- My email to Kier employee Terri Muchmore, ordering Kier to evict the tenant in Unit #2 for violating the terms of her lease.
- Kier's email to me, establishing that they had deliberately ignored my order to evict the resident that the murder victim had been living with, until after her arrest for prostitution... Nearly a year later.
Five years after the murders, one family still grieves over the loss of their loved one, marking the upcoming anniversary of this tragedy, on the retaining wall of my building.