Crime Wire: Jason Bolton Unsolved Murder and Monica Caison, Missing Kathy Arredondo

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Jason Bolton, Unsolved Homicide

In 1991 Jason Bolton was viciously attacked after attending a party in Fayette County, Indiana.  Left lying on a rural road to die, his death was ruled accidental, but was it covered up and the crime scene staged?

The family of Jason Bolton have believed for over 20 years that he was brutally tortured and intentionally run over, but authorities and local media have been silent. Justice is the exposure of the truth, which is all the family wants.

Crime Wire will talk to Tomi Bolton Schmid, Jason’s sister, to gather the known facts about this case and attempt to shine a light on what went wrong in Fayette County, Indiana that fateful night of August 21, 1991.

Also joining the show is Monica Caison of CUE Center for Missing Persons. Jason’s case is registered with CUE as an unsolved homicide.

For background details and updated information about the Jason Bolton case, please refer to the website: JusticeForJasonBolton.Com

Investigative Agency
Indiana State Police
Captain Ed Davis
9022 South State Rd. 67
Pendleton, IN 46064
765-778-2121

Monica Caison will also be presenting information about a missing person’s case from Texas.


Kathy Lawson-Arrendondo was reported missing Feb. 12 in Houston.

Houston police have an active missing persons case regarding a 37-year-old former Clovis resident, according to the detective assigned to the case.

Detective Antonio Flores said Kathy Lawson-Arrendondo was reported missing Feb. 12 in Houston.

“As far as we know, she left on her own,” Flores said. “She took off and we haven’t heard anything from her.”

He said foul play is not suspected.

Clovis resident Christina Johnson has spearheaded a search for her cousin.

According to Johnson, Lawson-Arrendondo moved to Houston in November 2011 to be with her fiancé, Stephen W. Todd, whom she met on the Internet.

Lawson-Arrendondo’s  daughter, Kelsi, told Johnson that her mother had an argument with her fiancé on the morning of Feb. 11. Kelsi Lawson was living with her mother and fiancé at the time.

According to Johnson, Kelsi last saw her mother asleep on the couch about 10:30 p.m. (CDT) Feb. 11.

Johnson said Lawson left her home without her car keys, cigarettes, cell phone, identification, wallet or ATM card. (http://cnjonline.com/news/story-581153.html)

Details of Disappearance:   CUE Center for Missing Persons:
On 02/11/12 there had been an argument between Kathy a male companion, . At some point he had left the house, but had come back according to her daughter and disabled the car she had been driving, before leaving again. Kathy and her daughter walked to a nearby store to buy shoes.They were then picked up by a friend.They did other errands. and were dropped off back at the house.
Kathy’s family believes she may have gone for a walk shortly after returning home at 10:30 PM,  02/11/12  Her daughter was going to sleep. Kathy’s daughter said her mother  was asleep on a couch in the house, in the daughters room. When her daughter woke up around 7:30 on Sunday morning, 02/12/12. Kathy was not home.
She has not been seen or heard from since. Her case remains unsolved.

Investigative Agency
Houston Police Department (Texas)
(713) 731-5335

If you have any information on this case please contact CUE Center For Missing Persons  at (910) 343-1131  24 hour tip line (910) 232-1687.

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One thought on “Crime Wire: Jason Bolton Unsolved Murder and Monica Caison, Missing Kathy Arredondo

  1. Jason Bolt’s case definitely doesn’t pass the smell test…a lot is being hidden there! Twenty years is fat too long… Let’s get some new clues…

    As for Kathy’s case, how often do women follow their dreams of love via the internet, only to find them shattered? Where is the infamous fiance now? An argument ensued… Seems like he is the most likely suspect, but perhaps they are lacking evidence. Let’s see what Monica has to say….

    Donna
    “Ladyjustice”

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