Wednesday, September 20, 2000

Police seek help with April slaying

Woman's body only recently identified

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        BURLINGTON — Boone County officials are looking for clues in the killing of a 45-year-old Covington woman whose body was found on Petersburg Road on April 10.

        Boone Country Criminal Investigations will hold a news conference with the relatives of Tina Rae Stevens, who has been identified as the victim of a homicide by tests at the state pathologist's office, Cmdr. Jack Banks said.

        Boone County officials and Covington police have been working together on the investigation, Cmdr. Banks said, and only recently identified the body found by a Boone County work crew.

        Cmdr. Banks declined to give information about the way in which it appeared Ms. Stevens was killed.

        The body of the 5-foot-5-inch, blonde, blue-eyed woman was found near the intersection of Petersburg Road and River Road.

        It is the first homicide to be investigated this year in Boone County, Cmdr. Banks said.

        Anyone with information about the crime should call 334-2120.


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