Thursday, April 10, 2003

Two men charged in Georgetown slaying

The Associated Press

GEORGETOWN - A Florence man and a second suspect in the June 6 murder of Diane Snellen are in custody and being held on $500,000 cash bonds.

David Tyler Dressman, 19, was arrested in Florence on Monday, Georgetown Police Detective Tom Bell said Wednesday. The other suspect, 24-year-old Timothy Wayne Crabtree of Georgetown, already was in the Scott County Jail on another offense.

Crabtree and Dressman, who is being held at the Woodford County Jail in Versailles, both have been charged with murder and burglary.

Snellen, 41, who worked at the Toyota plant in Georgetown, was found dead in her home in the Colony subdivision. The mother of two had been stabbed repeatedly in the chest and also suffered an injury to the back of her head, according to autopsy reports.

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